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Keto Diet For Diabetics {2019}

Keto diet for diabetes? Can the Ketogenic a restrictive diet be used by us diabetics safely and for life. What are the true ramifications and limits of this diet? Are there better ways to control both insulin and blood sugars without going to such extremes? What is a micro-nutrient, and a macro-nutrient and how do they impact health? As an added bonus I will discuss my own personal diet and how it compares to the ketogenic diet. Lastly, how can we as diabetics put this all together to easily keep A1C’s in the low 5’s, and at the same time feel energetic, strong and vibrant thought the day?


I am happy to share my diabetic experiences, knowledge and practical applications here with you all. I truly recognize the beating hearts on the other side of this screen who want to make their life better.

I was diagnosed as a diabetic a little over 5 years ago. It rocked my world because I had been very health conscious and extremely fit my entire life. Coincidentally, my university Bachelor of Science degree also happens to be in the nutritional sciences, so I had a very detailed understanding of what happened. With the help of my amazing doctor, we put together a game plan that has kept me well controlled and healthy.

I must say, even with my background it has not been easy. Balancing out the numerous medications has had its challenges. It is a constant learning curve as we get a better understand of how our bodies respond to both food and in my case the numerous medications.

My humble advise to new diabetics is this. Always work with your doctor. If possible have your doctor provide you with a certified diabetic educator. Two, be careful with advise coming from the hidden internet arm chair quarterbacks. Everyone these days claims to be an expert. Watch out for those scams. If one promises a cure, run and do not look back. What I have learned is this, there is no cure for diabetes. There is only control and consistency…

All this plus much, much more will be covered in up coming episodes….

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