Carbs really are the enemy

Can a person be “cured” of Type 2 Diabetes? Dr. Sarah Hallberg provides compelling evidence that it can, and the solution is simpler than you might think.

6 thoughts on “Carbs really are the enemy

  1. Yes, indeed. So much of our health care dollars could be reduced if people would accept the science based facts that carbs/sugar, etc., cause inflammation … and it’s the inflammatory process that underlies soooo many disease processes. Not that carbs becoming anathema would fix all ills, but it’d sure make an impact. But we sound-bite news addicts believe whatever ‘they’ say.

    And, oh my, you’d never sell low carb in the Italian community where I live. Pasta, bread … and then of course, pasta, bread, and … more bread … and more pasta.

    Don’t get me wrong. I LOVE pasta and bread (as a matter of fact, I’d rather have warm Italian bread and butter over sweets for dessert any day), but I also know that I become almost crippled (no exaggeration) with stiffness when I eat carbs for long periods. It miraculously stops when I eat (boring) keto. There are so many ways you can disguise cauliflower, but hey, I like being able to climb the stairs.

    Sorry for the diatribe. An ex smoker can be insufferable. Ex carbs addicts can be obnoxious too ads I have just illustrated, eh? My apologies to carb lovers everywhere. (If it’s any consolation, I will self-report that I still get as close as I can and smell the Italian food and warm bread whenever I can. LOL)

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  2. Hey, thanks for the video recommendation. Through these years of understanding what to eat and what not to stay healthy, I have learnt that all of us just need to follow a few simple rules
    1. Don’t eat anything made form of refined white flour
    2. Keep away from white sugar
    3. Stay away from carbonated drinks

    I follow these rules as much as I can and it really works as I had lost around 25kgs and got back in good health when I was in my college days.

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