When insulin was discovered in 1921, recommendations on carbohydrate restriction began to loosen. Carbohydrate restriction remains, however, a direct treatment for the pathophysiology of diabetes. Insulin treatment may be harmful to some diabetics, exacerbating an existing state of hyperinsulinemia; carbohydrate restriction, conversely, reduces glucose, insulin, and insulin resistance simultaneously. This 2018 review summarizes the clinical evidence supporting the use of a ketogenic diet for Type 2 diabetes and provides guidance as to its safe, effective clinical application.Read More
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