Cory was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, and with the help of his mother he quickly went low-carb. Now, he’s able to keep normal blood sugars with ease.
Gorka discovered the low-carb way. Now, his insulin needs keep falling, and he’s been able to keep his sugars at normal levels without ANY insulin! What??
I recently did a two-week experiment with a strict carnivorous diet dubbed the Paleolithic Ketogenic Diet.. and here’s how it went!
When eating a lot of meat, I notice that my single dose of R insulin doesn’t make the cut. My blood sugar would rise hours after eating! Here’s my solution.
After suffering constant roller coaster blood sugars and needing 150 units of insulin per day, she finally decided to make the switch to low-carb.
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.
Recently, I made a video describing my OMAD (One Meal A Day) experiment. I have since then left the OMAD world and have embraced lunch and dinner!
When your blood sugar is just a little low, what’s the best way to get it up without going overboard? With a little tool known as micro-dosing!
Can you survive and stay low-carb for a week at one of the ADA’s diabetic summer camps? I decided to volunteer as a counselor and see for myself.
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!