Tag Archives: Diabetes

First high-carb-low-fat day after 8 years on a low-carb-high-fat diet

by in Carbs, Insulin, and Diabetes August 7, 2016

A little taste of what’s to come from the results of my experiment with continuous glucose monitoring: this roller coaster ride is what most people experience every day. What was on the menu: melon, raspberries, watermelon, (nap), coconut water, tomato salad, fresh corn, a little ‘financier aux pistaches’, and finally, popcorn to finish off the day. Can […]

Reversing diabetes: a four-week programme

by in Carbs, Insulin, and Diabetes August 8, 2014

The key factors of the process of reversing diabetes are: dropping blood sugar concentration and keeping it low, dropping insulin concentration and keeping it low, and alkalising the blood, fluids, tissues and organs—especially the pancreas, to eliminate accumulated acids and reverse the physiologically debilitating effects of chronic acidosis so common to diabetes. We have examined both the process of developing and […]

Reversing diabetes: understanding the process

by in Carbs, Insulin, and Diabetes July 14, 2014

The fundamental problem, the cause of all the complications associated with diabetes, is the chronically elevated glucose and insulin levels. Independently of the fact that each individual, each one of us, has a different tolerance to carbohydrates, a different metabolic response to the presence of glucose and insulin in the blood, there are basically only two ways […]

We were never meant to eat simple or starchy carbohydrates

by in Carbs, Insulin, and Diabetes February 6, 2012

The transition between hunting-gathering and farming took place over a period of about 1000 years between 11000 and 10000 years ago in the Fertile Crescent, a crescent-like shape of land that stretches across parts of Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, Iran and Iraq. The first people to settle were hunter-gatherers that built villages in places they found provided […]