Thursday, April 7, 2011

Heartscan On Diabetes Cure

Among the more important recent clinical studies is a small experience from Duke University's Dr. Eric Westman. In this study, obese type 2 diabetics reduced carbohydrate intake to 20 grams per day or less: no wheat, oats, cornstarch, or sugars. Participants ate nuts, cheese, meats, eggs, and non-starchy vegetables. 

After 6 months, average weight loss was 24.4 lbs, BMI was reduced from 37.8 to 34.4. At the end of the study, 95% of participants on this severe carbohydrate restriction 
reduced or eliminated their diabetes medications.

That was only after 6 months. Heartscan on Westman Diet

This is a small study, but a good one - an intervention study, sometimes called a clinical trial.  Replication on a larger scale is expensive, but there are a number of small ones with similar results.  More importantly, you can test this approach on yourself, as Shi No Ubi did.  At latest report, my friend is down more than 50 pounds and totally off of blood pressure, diabetes, and gout medications - not to mention, he's feeling a hell of a lot better.

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