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    The low carb junior superstars.

    Post by Eddie on Sun Sep 20 2015, 14:29

    After a sad day on here, some very positive and heart warming news. A new and very young team of low carb warriors take to the internet.

    As a type two non insulin using diabetic, keeping my blood glucose in a safe tightly controlled range day after day can be hard. Achieving the same in a type one child can be extremely difficult to say the least, but can be done. Check out the crew below. By following the recommendations of Dr. Richard Bernstein they are setting new standards of safe dependable BG numbers and proving diabetes does not have to be a progressive disease. One thing is beyond all doubt, following the ridiculous dietary recommendations from the NHS, BDA, DUK and ADA et al this fantastic control is virtually impossible to achieve. These children together will help from loving parents are shaming diabetes organisations all over the world. Will it ever be thus?



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    Post by Paul1976 on Sun Sep 20 2015, 14:34

    Good ol' Dr B to the rescue again! Those results speak for themselves and not an 'Index' in sight eh?! Smile


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    Post by Eddie on Sun Sep 20 2015, 15:35

    @Paul1976 wrote:Good ol' Dr B to the rescue again! Those results speak for themselves and not an 'Index' in sight eh?! Smile


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    Post by chris c on Sun Sep 20 2015, 18:55

    Somone I know has a Type 1 daughter now on a pump. She's sharp as a tack and if anything her daughter is even brighter, yet they were having serious difficulties.

    This was obviously due to the lack of worthwhile instructions they were given to drive it, and of course the appalling diet.

    I pointed them to some resources, and another Type 1 suggested they contact the manufacturer and speak to a pump advisor, which seemingly was never before suggested.

    Havn't seen them for a while but hope they are doing better. It's appalling that the NHS hands out this expensive kit with insufficient information to use its benefits.

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