I am wondering why Dr Bernstein doesn't recognise LADA - I am a great admirer of his work and who better to teach us about diabetes than a doctor who has had it himself most of his life. But there are a couple of things he says that worry me a bit. Firstly, he doesn't seem to believe in LADA. He claims the majority of people diagnosed with LADA don't have it (I was listening to one of his university teleseminars) but he doesn't say what they actually do have (Type 1 or 2). He basically said it doesn't matter what kind of diabetes you have, the treatment is the same. However, I think most of us would disagree with this as the treatment for types 1 and 2 are different. I understand that the diet component would be the same for both but not the medication part. Unless he was referring to just the diet. Any thoughts on this?