I just have to wonder…My aunt died when she was a child from what is now known as Type I diabetes. Insulin was not yet available at the time of her death. The treatment she was given was a diet as devoid of carbohydrates as was humanly possible. Fast forward now to my day and time. There is no doubt in my mind that Bernstein's low carb management works for those who follow the plan. The great irony is that it is a dietary approach of carbohydrate restriction just like what my aunt was provided so many years ago before insulin. It seems like instead of forward progress, we have come full circle. I would welcome others thoughts on this matter. Best wishes to all who are on the same journey as myself…living with diabetes.
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