…to Diabetes Management
For all of us—Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics, pre-diabetics, ex-diabetics, recovering diabetics—whatever we choose to call ourselves, we can choose to follow a specific approach to diabetes management. Or not.
Below are the four (4) main ways that Adventist Vegetarian Diabetics deal with diabetes.
- ADA – American Diabetes Association
- HCNFV – High-carb, low/no-fat, vegan
- LCHF – Low-carb, high-fat, moderate protein
- SAD – Standard American Diet
- What Can I Eat?
Here is a summary chart, comparing the main aspects of each of the first three (3) approaches:
Diabetes Diet Comparisons [PDF]
- Diabetes Diet
- Managing Diabetes
- Why Different Approaches Work
Can type 2 diabetes be reversed?
Changing the Misconceptions of Type 2 Diabetes
Is There Such Thing as a “Diabetic Diet”
Why Is Dietary Advice For Those With Diabetes So Bad?
The Best and Worst Diabetes Food Advice I’ve Seen
Diabetes – How to Normalize Your Blood Sugar
How to Manage Your Diabetes in Extreme Summer Heat
Practical approaches to accurate carbohydrate gram counting
Why “Everything in Moderation” Is Terrible Diet Advice
Why Managing Diabetes Is A Full-Time Job
Adopting a Vegetarian Meal Plan
Cornell study finds some people may be genetically programmed to be vegetarians
Do most vegetarians return to eating meat?
“FORKS OVER KNIVES”: IS THE SCIENCE LEGIT? (A REVIEW AND CRITIQUE)
Long term vegetarian diet changes human DNA raising risk of cancer and heart disease
The Case Against Veganism — Carefully Researched Book Spills the Beans
While I would never argue with anyone who decides to be a vegan for philosophical, spiritual or ethical reasons, I believe it’s important to consider and address the risks if you’re jumping into veganism for its purported health benefits alone.
Types of Vegetarians
Why Different Approaches Work
How 5 People With Diabetes are Rocking Their A1c While Eating 5 Different Ways
6 Things The World’s Most Successful “Diets” Have in Common
1. They Are Low in Added Sugar
2. They Eliminate Refined Carbohydrates
3. They Eliminate Industrial Vegetable Oils
4. They Eliminate Artificial Trans Fats
5. They Are High in Vegetables and Fiber
6. They Focus on Foods Instead of Calories
Dr Jason Fung’s articles:
The Carbohydrate-Insulin Hypothesis is Wrong
Dr Jason Fung
Thoughts on the Kempner Rice Diet
Dr. Jason Fung
Thoughts on the Pritikin Diet
Dr. Jason Fung