The ADA (American Diabetes Association) Finally Says the Low Carb Diet is Beneficial for Diabetes

The ADA (American Diabetes Association) Finally Says the Low Carb Diet is Beneficial for Diabetes

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so I wanted to create this quick video if you haven’t already heard the American Diabetes Association finally acknowledges that the low-carb diet is beneficial for type 2 diabetes so this is great step in the right direction this is what they said reducing overall carbohydrate intake for individuals with diabetes has demonstrated the most evidence for improving glycaemia this is blood sugars okay so that’s great a little problem and that they didn’t define what a low carb diet means okay so kind of alluded to the fact that it’s you know from other things that they said it was like 40% carbohydrates which is still way too high okay because their previous recommendations was something like 45 to 65% so they’re eluding to 40% but they don’t really define what a low carbohydrate diet is in the ketogenic world it’s 5% okay and they also mentioned this the most important factor in weight loss is not a specific diet okay well yes it is a very specific diet but the ability to stick to it okay many people find low carb diets easier to stick to now I do understand why they had to say this because they have a group of people who come together I don’t know who makes up the group but it’s certain people on the board and they had to find one point that everyone agrees on and it’s definitely not going to be a specific diet because there’s too many different viewpoints but they did at least acknowledge the ability to stick to it and you can read to the lines because this is going to be a keto low-carb and in a minute fasting so even though they didn’t mention keto keto is low carb and that’s fine too so for those of you that have been waiting this whole time waiting for the American Diabetes Association to finally tell you it’s okay to do a low carb diet I put a link down below so you can get started immediately thanks for watching if you’re liking this content please subscribe now and I will actually keep you updated on future videos

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Many of you have asked, “is a low carb diet safe for diabetes?” The answer is yes. In fact, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) now acknowledges that the low-carb diet is beneficial for type 2 diabetes.

“Reducing overall carbohydrate intake for individuals with diabetes has demonstrated the most evidence for improving glycemia and may be applied in a variety of eating patterns that meet individual needs and preferences.”

The only problem is that they didn’t define what a good low-carb diet is. The ADA recommends somewhere around 40% carbohydrates, which is still far too high (it should be around 5%). As you probably know by now, I recommend a ketogenic diet and intermittent fasting to keep blood sugars under control.

If you’ve been waiting for the ADA to approve keto before you started, now is the time to begin. Take a look at some of the links at the top of the description to get started.

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