Your A1C as a diabetic is important, but is it everything? Not even CLOSE! Your glycemic variability is matters too, which is something A1C cannot measure.
When it comes to type 1 diabetes, people think zero-carb foods such as meat and cheese are "free foods" that you need no insulin for. But that's false!
Is there really any evidence linking meat to cancer, or is it all a hoax?
What exactly should your A1C goals be? A1C is one of the most important numbers in measuring how you're managing your diabetes, but what's the sweet spot?
Lately, I’ve been getting questions by many people taming their type 1, sharing their concerns about testing positive for ketones. It’s actually no big deal, in fact it’s completely normal! Here, I explain why.
We keep hearing all about meat raising the “risk” of cancer. They say that even just ONE slice of bacon will raise our risk of bowel cancer by 20%! But is this a real concern? What does that 20% actually mean, anyway? Today, I dispel this meat-causing-cancer myth and explain the truth behind these ridiculous headlines. Watch and enjoy, preferably…
If 7% isn't a normal A1C, how could it be healthy? And if not that, what should your A1C be? What exactly does it mean to have a "healthy" A1C anyway?
Why do so many professionals recommend eating large amounts of carbs? They often say it's because the brain needs sugar, but there's more to it than that.