In part one of this article we looked at what goes wrong in a body burdened with diabetes; the risk factors and symptoms as well as tests to find out if you have it. Put simply, the key problem with diabetes (whether type 1 or 2) is that the body has trouble keeping blood glucose levels low. Yes, moderately – but the fibre in these foods slows the release of glucose into your blood. In a Swedish study scientists compared the effects of a low carbohydrate (low sugar and HIGH fat) diet versus a low fat (high carbohydrate) diet on weight and blood glucose control among type 2 diabetic patients.
The low carb, HIGH fat group’s HDL (high density lipoprotein or “good cholesterol”) actually improved, contrary to what was expected. Despite the weight loss in the low fat, high carb group (which was expected), no statistical significance was seen in their blood glucose level control (Surprise!).
This study shows that you can actually lose weight and have better blood glucose control on a diet rich in healthy fats, low in carbohydrates and with moderate amounts of protein!
In fact this type of diet is now recommended as the first choice by the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare for diabetics in Sweden. Whether you want to manage your diabetes better to prevent those nasty complications or keep diabetes out of your family altogether.

We are a team of people - passionate about health & researching the latest information for you! In this part we focus on what you can do to either prevent diabetes or manage your diabetes. They were randomly divided into the two groups (low fat, HIGH carb (LFHC) versus low carb, HIGH fat (LCHF)). While the low carb, HIGH fat group showed an obvious improvement in the control of their blood glucose levels. According to the Swedish Family Doctor, Andreas Eenfeldt, people see improvements in their blood glucose levels from day one, from their very first meal. In some cases reversing the progression of the disease is also possible if the necessary changes are made. Also their requirements for medications, especially insulin are reduced and general feelings of wellbeing and many other health markers improve. Being the one in charge gives you the pilot seat, putting you in control of what’s in your food.
Our great grandparents ate lots of them and they were healthier than most people are today.

You can get a blood test before you start and then again after a month or two of your new eating plan to see how it affects your blood markers. Worry no more my friend, experts are now discovering that saturated fat is not the enemy is was originally made out to be.
You can avoid the sugar and refined vegetable oils that seems to be hidden in everything nowadays.
We sit in the car to get to work, we sit all day at work, then we sit again when we drive home and finally we sit all evening watching TV. Remember fat does not affect your blood glucose levels and beyond popular belief it does not make you fat.
While you’re at it why not cut back on alcohol too, most types of alcohol are packed with sugar. In fact, there are a lot of practical things you can do about it, especially when it comes to your diet.

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