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So another week goes by in the world of science and nutrition and yet again another piece of clinical research is published showing that reducing carbohydrate intake will improve insulin resistance. In this particular trial the replacement was dietary fats.

Satoru Kodama, MD, PHD1, Kazumi Saito, MD, PHD1, Shiro Tanaka, PHD2, Miho Maki, MS1, Yoko Yachi, RD1, Mutsumi Sato, RD1, Ayumi Sugawara, RD1, Kumiko Totsuka, RD1, Hitoshi Shimano, MD, PHD3, Yasuo Ohashi, PHD2, Nobuhiro Yamada, MD, PHD3 and Hirohito Sone, MD, PHD, FACP1

It is actually beyond belief that our experts seem unable to draw any connection between the increase of carbohydrate in our diet and the increase in diabetes and insulin resistance even though my 13 year old son knows that the key food group that stimulates the requirement for insulin is carbohydrate and that within that food group the key stimulators are sugar and starch.

In fact if you look at the studies which indicate that protein stimulates insulin the results are different when the protein is eaten with or without starch and sugar

So at what point will someone with authority dare to point out the enormous similarities between sugar and starch and when will they then dare to point out to the Government and Diabetes UK that the basis of their recommended diet is actually causing the problem that they are trying to solve. Emperor – no clothes and so on

 

7 May 2009

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