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Diabetes is a disease of insulin resistance (hyperinsulinemia) rather than of high blood sugar (hyperglycemia or blood glucose). As a result, a dietary pattern limiting sugar and starches helps many control an individual’s diabetes or even put in remission.

40+ Potential Targets of Reduced Carbohydrate Therapies: Neurology, Reproductive Health, Gastrointestinal, Mental Health, Oncology, Pulmonary, & more

Save time with these metabolic health research portals

We’re celebrating our Organizing Research team launching a big project with Metabolic Multipliers Sarah Rice & Nutrition Network. References Resource – Therapeutic Carbohydrate Restriction Each curated by 40+ conditions with a metabolic component as...

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Who does diabetes hit hardest?

U.S. Diabetes statistics | hardest hit ethnic groups | Education level | Ethnic group hi’s and low’s | High risk youth groups | Insightful Infographics In the National Diabetes Statistics Report 2020, the Center...

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Raj’s journey: obese & diabetic to healthy

Raj Seth’s notes for his recent podcast on LowCarbMD with Doctors Brian Lenzkes and Jason Fung. Fat as a kid I had always been fat as far back as I can remember. I developed...

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Might keto therapies help fight Alzheimer’s Disease?

Major Risk Factors for Alzheimer’s Disease Studies show that major risk factors for Alzheimer’s include metabolic, lifestyle and genetic factors: Problems with brain glucose usage related to Alzheimer’s One significant alteration experienced by Alzheimer’s...

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My mother’s suffering spurred me to find keto

Christie Barnett’s keto journey: Sitting in a nursing home with my dying mother is where it all began for me, Christie Barnett. There she was, a 71-year-old formerly dignified college instructor, stuck in a...