What Does Craig Good Think About The Ketogenic Diet?
It’s a fad - (It’s not - in actually got it’s first popularity in 1863.) It’s something you should only do under the care of a doctor People that write about it are nuts. I’m adding a personal anecdote to #2. See, I followed the recommendation of the American Diabetes Association (until 2008 they mentioned zero, nada about low carb diets.) My diabetes doctor sent me to a dietician who told me to eat a “low fat diet, and healthy whole grains.) I followed my doctor’s advice. The problem was that advice caused me to need to inject at least 60 units of insulin a day and still see fasting blood sugars in the 190 range. Only after starting a ketogenic diet could I start to see normal blood sugars while leaving insulin behind. Mr. BNBR says I shouldn’t say more than equate Mr. Good’s advice to the stuff we had to avoid when I marched in parades in college. Edited following response from the Quora messiah Craig Good Let me deal with Mr. Good’s insubstantial (but already upvoted answer.) It’s a starvation response NO NO NO. Think of how illogical this is. People are well fed, they have sufficient nutrition and all of the essential nutrients in their diets. Their bodies Continue reading >>