Would you rather eat as many calories as you want—and feel satisfied after every meal…
Or restrict your diet to certain foods that always leave you wanting more?
I know which one I’d choose, time and time again.
But if that sounds too good to be true, listen up. Because my favorite “diet” allows you to eat until satisfaction, all while BOOSTING your health.
Especially if you’re battling type 2 diabetes.
Lose eight pounds (and more!)
A new study found that following a low-carb, high-fat diet contributes to significant improvements in type 2 diabetic subjects, regardless of calorie intake.
Researchers randomized nearly 200 subjects with type 2 diabetes to follow a low-carb, high fat diet or a high-carb, low-fat diet for six months.
Blood sugar, lipids, and other metabolic markers were assessed at baseline, three months, six months, and nine months (three months after the study ended).
Now remember, both groups ate “indulgently.” That is, without calorie restriction. And here’s what researchers found…
On average, those in the low-carb, high-fat group lost about eight pounds more than those in the high-carb, low-fat group. They also experienced greater improvements in HbA1c (a measure of long-term blood sugar).
Not only that, but HDL (“good”) cholesterol increased and triglycerides (blood fats) decreased.
Pretty decent outcomes for eating however much you want!
Try a low-carb, high-fat diet TODAY
If this isn’t enough data to get conventional endocrinologists to recommend a low-carb, high-fat diet for those with type 2 diabetes, well, all I can say is… what will?!
Though, I’m not sure how many times researchers will study low-carb dieting before they start to believetheir own findings, advocate for this way of eating, and ultimately save lives instead of hastening death for millions of people each year.
I mean, even in this new study, researchers state low-carb, high-fat diets are expensive and hard to follow, especially while socializing.
I’ve managed to eat this way for about 30 years and I’m a pretty social guy…
All it takes is commitment—and knowledge!
So if you’ve never tried this way of eating, now is a great time to start—diabetic or not. To truly kickstart the new habit, I recommend grabbing a copy of my A-List Diet.
Until next time,
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“Low-carb, high-fat, calorie-unrestricted diet improves type 2 diabetes.” MDedge, 12/13/2022. (mdedge.com/internalmedicine/article/260084/diabetes/low-carb-high-fat-calorie-unrestricted-diet-improves-type-2)