High-Carb Diets and Diabetes

Back in 1988 Dr. Garg published a study and concluded that a diet high in monounsaturated fat was preferable to one high in carbohydrate (CHO) for people with type 2 diabetes because the high-CHO diet raised the blood sugar levels and triglyceride levels and lowered the HDL level compared to the higher-fat diet.1 I wrote a letter to the editor pointing out that this study’s results would not...

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