Regardless of your personal tolerance, the goal is to achieve better blood glucose control, lower the need for insulin, and avoid diabetes complications by eating fewer carbs.
Ways to Align: 9 Healthy Habits to Prevent Chronic Diseases by Tiffany Joy Yamut, RN Almost 50% (CDC) of individuals 55 and older have two or more chronic health conditions. While it is true that we cannot avoid aging, we do not have to develop chronic diseases. We […]
On A Weight Loss Plateau? 10 Ways To Overcome It Tiffany Joy Yamut, RN I remember starting a low-carb diet for the first time. I was overweight, had acne, and had high levels of fasting blood sugar. During the first six months, I lost weight successfully. My hard […]
The liver is the most important organ in processing the macro-and micro-nutrients obtained through our diet. With the burgeoning rates of obesity in the United States (approximately one-quarter of the population has a BMI consistent with this), cirrhosis is a complication of the extra weight. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease […]
Preface by Dr. Cirino Here is a concise article on carbs written by Tiffany Joy Yamut, RN, a registered nurse, blogger, and wellness writer. We have been sensitized to the word “carbohydrates” over the last few decades. We hear of the “low carbohydrate diet,” and many of us […]