10 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Low-Carb High-Fat Diet

By | May 2nd, 2017|Categories: Food|Tags: , , |

Low-carb high-fat diet (LCHF) is getting more and more attention within the Diabetes community. Still with some negative and controversial opinions, LCHF diet is gaining its space as a way-to-go for diabetes control and possibly also diabetes reversal. As Dr. Trudi Deakin explained in our podcast, glucose is not an essential nutrient as the body produces it [...]

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Ultimate 5 Tips to Improve Your Diabetes Management From Dr. Trudi Deakin

By | March 6th, 2017|Categories: Food|Tags: , |

As you are aware, diabetes is intimately connected with diet and physical activity. At the moment mentalities are slowly changing and fat is no longer the bad guy in the picture of diabetes management. For decades fat was believed to increase weight and everyone turned to more carbohydrate consumption but the truth is that the [...]

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Carb. Content in Vegetables: The Big Truth

By | January 25th, 2017|Categories: Food|Tags: |

Vegetables are great source of fibre, vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. Those are very important aas part of our diet but they also contain carbohydrates. Did you ever imagined? Vegetables and carbs... together. Now this is when all this carbohydrate portion control and healthy lifestyle gets confused. The everyday battle of carbs counting and keeping mindful of [...]

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