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    NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

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    NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by graham64 on Wed Jan 11 2017, 21:19


    Ironically further down the page is the antidote  Rolling Eyes


    https://www.facebook.com/MyDiabetesMyWay/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf


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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by chris c on Wed Jan 11 2017, 23:12

    Sic Katharine Morrison on 'em!

    Has anyone else noticed there seems to be a major push back against the recent small victories of common sense? Lots of dieticians spewing crap in the meeja.
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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by Eddie on Thu Jan 12 2017, 14:12

    @graham64 wrote:

    Ironically further down the page is the antidote  Rolling Eyes


    https://www.facebook.com/MyDiabetesMyWay/?hc_ref=PAGES_TIMELINE&fref=nf

    The ACCORD study tried lowering type two diabetics BG with insulin and a multi drug regime. So many died the study was abandoned early on the grounds of ethics. Of course, a low carb, whole fresh food diet, was not even considered, far too dangerous. facepalm


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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by graham64 on Thu Jan 12 2017, 22:45

    @chris c wrote:Sic Katharine Morrison on 'em!

    Has anyone else noticed there seems to be a major push back against the recent small victories of common sense? Lots of dieticians spewing crap in the meeja.

    It's a desperate rearguard action in an attempt to quell the tide of good low carb news but given time the dietitians will be overwhelmed by a tsunami  Twisted Evil


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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by chris c on Fri Jan 13 2017, 21:16

    It's already happening, they are making themselves and their acolytes look increasingly desperate and ridiculous compared to all the science-based posts and posters. Mind you there will be more casualties, a vegan was threatening that "we" would have lawsuits against Aseem Malhotra.
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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by graham64 on Fri Jan 13 2017, 22:25

    @chris c wrote:It's already happening, they are making themselves and their acolytes look increasingly desperate and ridiculous compared to all the science-based posts and posters. Mind you there will be more casualties, a vegan was threatening that "we" would have lawsuits against Aseem Malhotra.

    Fortunately there are dietitians who are bucking the trend and moving away from commercialised dietetics dogma, the following post is by a lowcarb RD and she's far from alone check out the comments section for more RD comments

    http://sustainabledish.com/defense-real-food-paleo-whole30-dietitian-responds-us-news-world-reports-best-diets-2017/


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    Re: NHS Scotland: My Diabetes My Way

    Post by chris c on Sat Jan 14 2017, 23:31

    Great stuff! Yes there's an increasing number who are actually aware of science and who have noticed outcomes.


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