Sustained carbohydrate restriction used for reversing type 2 diabetes also lowered risk factors for Cardiovascular disease.
Published May 1, 2018
A continuous care treatment including nutritional ketosis in patients with type 2 diabetes improved most biomarkers of CVD risk after 1 year. The increase in LDL-cholesterol appeared limited to the large LDL subfraction. LDL particle size increased, total LDL-P and ApoB were unchanged, and inflammation and blood pressure decreased. Continue reading “Cardiovascular disease risk factor response to a sustained carbohydrate restriction”
Low carb diets positive cardio impact on Healthy adults
Published February 5, 2019
Low-carbohydrate, high-fat diets have a positive effect on markers of health. Adherence to the allocation of carbohydrate was more easily achieved in MCD, and LCD groups compared to VLCKD and there were comparable improvements in weight loss and waist circumference and greater improvements in HDL-c and TG with greater carbohydrate restriction. Continue reading “Low Carb Diets in Healthy Adults Improve Cardiometabolic Outcomes”
Low Carb Diet Self Management Program Results
Published August 3, 2018
Especially for participants who fully engage, an online program that teaches a carbohydrate-reduced diet to adults with type 2 diabetes can be effective for glycemic control, weight loss, and reducing hypoglycemic medications. Continue reading “Low Carb Diet Impact on Type 2 Diabetes”
Effectiveness and Safety of Managing Type 2 Diabetes
Intensive treatment effective in weight loss and reduction of bio makers.
Published February 7, 2018
The results demonstrate that a novel metabolic and continuous remote care model can support adults with type 2 diabetes to safely improve HbA1c , weight control, and other biomarkers while reducing diabetes medication use. Continue reading “Effectiveness of Managing Type 2 Diabetes”