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Really annoyed by NHS Diabetes prevention program

Discussion in 'Diabetes Soapbox - Have Your Say' started by RosieMaxwell, Apr 1, 2020.

  1. NéjiSaïdi

    NéjiSaïdi Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Your case proves the rule: treat with food. And that's exactly what you've being doing. Stick to the low carb diet and you'll be pleasantly surprised at how your body is healing. I did the same my self: reduced carbs to a minimum, actually doing all I can to make my diet really LCHF (Low Carb High Fat). My body responded very favorable. I have never taken any medication to manage my T2D. In fact the only medicine I am taking is for intra-ocular hypertension. I invite you to have a look at my labs (my blog) and see for yourself. All I can say is take matters into your own hands, you are your own GP. Your NHS GP will, one day, see the truth in what you are doing; low carb is still a novelty for many GPs and patients alike. Good luck.
     
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