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Why Are Diabetics Not Being Told The TRUTH?


The current treatment of patients with type 2 diabetes is a complete disaster. Plus the current ‘dietary dogma’ that includes a heavy grain-based diet – is driving more and more people to insulin resistance and diabetes.

Why are Diabetics NOT being told the truth? Perhaps because it’s so influenced by financial interests and old dietary dogma. Any successful treatment should include recommending real food without sugar and carbs to naturally lower blood sugar and insulin response.

Putting sugar-rich desserts and cakes on the cover of “Diabetic Living” magazines (top image) is shocking in our opinion. The image here was taken from a simple Google image search and the covers of many of the magazine issues feature carb-heavy meals and desserts. It should be as unthinkable as recommending smoking on the cover of a lung disease magazine.

Some Dietitians are Appalled!

Registered Dietitian, Diana Rogers, shared how appalled she was that her colleagues are not telling Diabetics the Truth in her blog post here.

She explains some key truths about Sugar and Carbs – worth a read, especially if you have diabetes and you’ve been told by your dietition to follow the standard ‘food pyramid’ or ‘My Plate’ recommendations.

“I’m appalled constantly at the misinformation we nutrition experts are telling folks with diabetes. It’s all over the place.

 The ‘everything in moderation’ mantra, and how we need to eat less meat, less fat, and more whole grains, is a pervasive theme drilled into young dietitians, and spread to the public through our dietary guidelines. This information is making people sick.”

Diana Rogers, RD

Our Intention

With many of our community members looking for answers to understanding the “Diabesity” (Diabetes & Obesity) Epidemic – we’ve decided to curate topics here on the blog to continue the conversation.

Bookmark this post and check back here as we’ll update this post with important information and clips.

Dr. Sarah Hallberg: Reversing Type 2 diabetes starts with ignoring the guidelines.

Can a person be “cured” of Type 2 Diabetes? Dr. Sarah Hallberg provides compelling evidence that it can, and the solution is simpler than you might think.

Dr. Jason Fung: How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes Naturally

Dr. Fung’s findings support approaches we also recommend here in the Savvy Team, such as a low carbohydrate diet, skipping snacks and including periods of fasting.

Diabetes is a curable disease. As a dietary disease, it demands a dietary treatment. The principles are outlined here.

Why Sugar & Excess Carbohydrates are ‘Toxic’.

Toxic Sugar – ABC Catalyst Program Segment

WHY Sugar is as Bad as Alcohol (Fructose, The Liver Toxin)

This video shows how Sugar leads to the same problems as Alcohol by examining the Biochemistry.

SUGAR: The Bitter Truth

This original lecture from Prof Robert Lustig digs into the Bio-Chemistry of excess sugar and carbohydrates in the diet and explains the addiction it creates. It is worthwhile investing the time to watch this full lecture

Original Full Lecture from Prof. Robert Lustig.


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