I often have a feeling that somehow everything in life comes together, with reason, as if that is the way it should be. And so I am thinking about how I was lucky that I got diabetes at first, and after that how I was badly regulated by default for many years. All of those […]
The most important factor which affects blood sugar is food. How much food we eat and what we eat. Food affects the amount of insulin which the body lures or the amount of insulin that DM1 have to take with injections. If the insulin and food are not balanced, we will have elevated or reduced […]
It used to be hard for a man to get information but nowadays, thanks to the Internet, there is plenty of it. When a person faces a new and unfamiliar subject, too much information only makes the situation more difficult. Especially if they are contradictory. In that case he can try to make an effort […]
The first of a series of texts about how low-carb nutrition changed the life of Mirta and her (then) two year old child who was diagnosed with diabetes.
A series about the pioneer of a new approach to diabetes - part two. Dr. Richard K. Bernstein is a legend in the diabetic community. He was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and developed a diabetes management program based on the philosophy "everyone deserves normal blood sugar".