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 [...]

Fat Doesn’t Make You Fat, So What Does it Do?

By | December 6th, 2016|Categories: Food|Tags: |

Fat, fat fat! Fat is coming back and maybe to stay. It is starting to be discussed as part of our diets as a great component for fullness. But what is really out there about fat consumption? We all already know that carbs make you fat, but is it just carbs? Really? Well, let's start from [...]

Small Food Changes to Beat Diabetes

By | November 15th, 2016|Categories: Food|Tags: , , |

I believe that small food changes are the key to success. In this case, if you have diabetes, small food changes can improve dramatically your life. Diets in which you can't eat certain foods or have to do very drastic changes bring rebound in one way or another. Or because it is too difficult to be realistic [...]

5 Reasons to Reduce Bad Fats From Your Meal Plan

By | September 27th, 2016|Categories: Food|Tags: |

High quantities of (bad) fat in your meal plan has a huge impact on your diabetes management. There are two things to keep in mind when we talk about fat and diabetes management: The fat consumption in the meals impact the blood glucose levels Insulin resistance is also caused by the regular consumption of fat What [...]

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