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Most people with type 2 diabetes would better their health if they lost weight. Losing even modest amounts of body fat often improves insulin sensitivity, which reduces or eliminates the need for medications to lower blood sugar levels. Insulin resistance puts those with type 2 diabetes at much higher...
 
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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...
 

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While the popularity of low-carbohydrate (CHO) diets has been waning in recent years, the scientific evidence indicating these fad diets can have untoward effects on the human body continues to mount. A recent study compared the impact of feeding either a high- CHO diet (20% fat & 60% CHO) or a high-fat diet (60% fat ... Low Carb Diets Bad for Heart
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“Eating for diabetes management is a breeze with MyPlate”, according to Victoria Shanta Retelny, RD, LDN, author of The Essential Guide to Healthy Healing Foods, “as it offers an instant way to control portions – and balance your plate with whole, real foods.” So divide your plate into parts: non-starchy vegetables (at least 1 cup, ... MyPlate and Diabetes