Ultimate Diabetes Control - Low Carb, High Fat (LCHF) Diet
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- Excellent program for Type 2 Diabetics
- Medically Developed
- Targets Blood Sugar Management
- Whole food-based
- 60-Day Money Back Guarantee
- Brief Adjustment Period
- Rapid Effect On Lowering Blood Sugars - Watch Insulin Intake!
If you’re trying to figure out the best way to get started on a diet that will help to reverse your type 2 diabetes, you probably want the same as most of us – a simple, easy to understand, planned, all laid out for you program or process.
You already have a full-time job and you don’t want to feel like you have to take on another full time “job” while making the change to a healthier lifestyle. That by itself is challenging enough. How about a program that takes the complexity out of the process and actually HELPS to transition to the healthier lifestyle.
That along with being focused on a diet/lifestyle program designed specifically for type 2 diabetics makes a program such as this absolutely the best opportunity for folks like us to come along in a long while!
Discover the Ultimate Diabetes Control on Low Carb, High Fat (LCHF) Diet
Where and How Did it Start?
Did you know that Insulin was only discovered in 1922 by Banting, Best, Macleod and Collip at the University of Toronto. That is less than 100 years ago!
Before then, children with Type 1 Diabetes were treated on Low Carb, High Fat (LCHF) diet which prolonged their survival markedly. Inexplicably, this tried and tested wisdom was ABANDONED after the 1950s!
WHY Such Recommendation?
Type 2 Diabetics were advised to eat more Carbohydrates (at least 130g/day). Diets for Diabetics were build around the 1977 USDGA Food Pyramid! It was assumed that people with diabetes are at risk of developing arterial damage and heart disease. So the advice was to control cholesterol levels by eating High Carb, Low Fat (HCLF) diet.
This cannot be further from the Truth!
It was the first Mistake… Recommending High Carb, Low Fat Diets! It has now been demonstrated that it is the high blood glucose concentrations that cause the arterial damage, NOT their normal blood cholesterol levels. Rigorous blood glucose control is therefore much more important.
LCHF (Low Carb, High Fat) Diet – You are about to discover the future!
This program receives an honest and encouraging recommendation and we feel confident that you will heartily recommend it to friends or family who also suffer from type 2 diabetes.