Re: Reversing Prediabetes
- From: Chris Malcolm <cam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 1 Apr 2010 04:11:40 GMT
Ozlover <this@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Susan <susan@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Robert Miles wrote:
They USED to recommend a lowfat diet with plenty of "complex
carbohydrates", but they don't seem to be giving many details
now that research has shown that many of the "complex
carbohydrates", such as the easily digestible starchy foods,
digest and produce glucose just about as fast as table sugar.
They still do, they're just doing it visually instead of verbally.
But many research papers referring to the standard ADA diet have stated
that it's 55% of calories from carbohydrates or even at times, 55-60%.
I see! These "research papers" 'refer' to something which doesn't
Which you claim doesn't exist. As you know from the arguments you've
been having herte recently, there are several people here who think it
does exist. And there are plenty of research papers which think it
exists. I'll tell you where I'd look for it: in the ADA's professional
There's obviously something very weird going on here. Is there the
slightest possibility that you might be wrong?
What an absurd idea!
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