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Cherise/LADA Sep 17
Question: what is the hardest part of your day or life when it comes to living with ?
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Jeff Dachis 12h
Swapped out for One Drop | Chrome w Cream colored vegan leather case, white stitching, and white meter accent Series 2. Very excited to have these (and more!) available in a only a few weeks for One Drop | Chrome users.
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Dr David Unwin Sep 17
I rather like Prof Taylor’s comment ‘there is a long silent scream from the liver for about ten years before the development of ‘ So watch for central obesity abnormal liver function and a raised triglyceride level All I find can improve on cutting sugar and starchy carbs
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Dr David Unwin 14h
This is my contribution to the conference held in London this year Usual stuff about sugar and carbs but moving on from to triglyceride and the epidemic of fatty liver
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Krista Lamb 12h
I hear comments like this so often and it breaks my heart because it's so much more complicated than what you eat. The stigma and misunderstanding around is frustrating and a lack of empathy helps no one.
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Jeff Dachis 18h
Rocking the One Drop | Chrome with tan vegan leather case with white accent stitching and white meter accents Series 2 direct to Apple Watch. What do you all think?
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Ken D Berry MD Aug 8
Your body only needs 1 teaspoon (4 grams) of sugar in the entire blood stream to function normally. Any more than that is DISEASE.
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Garvan Institute 1h
On the frontline of : why Australians visit the GP. Important piece by / using data out today
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Dr David Unwin Aug 22
Delighted to see this from Yet another organization agreeing a low carb diet is 'safe and useful' for people with Particularly pleased to see the diet 'can help manage heart disease risk factors' In my practice we see significant improvements in blood pressure
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rory robertson 5h
I'm saying ~100 years of evidence says that if your advice for weightloss & to cure did not feature , then advice sub-optimal. In Oz, unethical is worse than useless coz it suppresses fact that sugar&carbs cause :
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Adrian Brown PhD RD Sep 16
If a person is not being successful then yes I agree other options should be offered. But giving low carb as general ‘population’ advice IMO lacks evidence. For those with low carb is definitely an option & in some, may be the best option.
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Medscape 18h
Patients with psoriatic arthritis and psoriasis may have an increased risk for .
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Chris Maguire Sep 16
I still find the reuse of insulin needles worrying. And have lots of evidence and data to show the harm it causes. Would love to hear why people don’t change every time
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Full Throttle T2D 17h
Soar young king, soar!
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Nicola Guess Sep 17
Thoughts on a robust(!) rejection of our review on of : 1) We rely WAY to heavily on MA in nutrition, almost religiously. 2) There is a LOT of skepticism about restriction. 3) The physiology of low-carb is poorly understood per se & by the field.
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Diabetes.co.uk Sep 14
What symptoms do you have when you are ?
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Subliminal Messenger Sep 12
It's actually about the reversal of type 2 diabetes because he had to switch diet and lose weight. Most have the same issues
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Hope Warshaw RD CDE Sep 13
A2: People with who take one of the sulfonylurea medications (or other insulin secretatgogues) are at risk of hypoglycemia, a topic that is often not covered with them.
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Arjun Panesar Jul 26
It never ceases to inspire me when I see just how many people are opting to choose lifestyle to help them on their journey of remission rather than meds - 356,000 people on the Low Carb Program! 🔥
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John ©ase Sep 13
YMMV. 3/4 lbs sent my BG to 135 for hours. I can only handle 1/4 lb at a time
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