Type 2 Diabetes

Published: 4/4/2016
51 minutes

Carl and Richard discuss Type 2 Diabetes. How does one get it? Is it reversible? How does it differ from Type 1 Diabetes? How does the medical establishment tell you to manage it? What does the standard recommended diet for Type 2 diabetics look like? These are all questions Carl and Richard tackle on this week's 2 Keto Dudes.

Errata:

Richard said that a study showed that people with an HbA1c under 8.5 might still be able to see a reversal with an intervention that lowered serum triglycerides - the study was "Very-Low-Calorie Diet and 6 Months of Weight Stability in Type 2 Diabetes: Pathophysiologic Changes in Responders and Nonresponders" and the non-responder group (no reversal of pancreatic burnout) had an HbA1c of 8.4% ± 0.3, the responders (reversal of pancreatic burnout) had an HbA1c of 7.1% ± 0.3 - so if glucose control turns out to be the discriminator the cut off may be between 7.4% and 8.1%.

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Links

Kraft Insulin Patterns

Type 2 Diabetes Etiology and Reversibility

Glucose Metabolism

Effect of Intra-arterial Insulin on Tissue Cholesterol and Fatty Acids in Alloxan-Diabetic Dogs

Diabetic Cataract—Pathogenesis, Epidemiology and Treatment

High hemoglobin A1c levels within the non-diabetic range are associated with the risk of all cancers

Glycated Hemoglobin, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Risk in Nondiabetic Adults

Biological Variation in HbA1c Predicts Risk of Retinopathy and Nephropathy in Type 1 Diabetes

HbA1c and lower-extremity amputation risk in low-income patients with diabetes.

The Type 2 Diabetes Cookbook : Simple & Delicious Low-Sugar, Low-Fat, & Low-Cholesterol Recipes

Richard's blog post "Eat for diabetes"

Diabetes Australia sample diet

Very-Low-Calorie Diet and 6 Months of Weight Stability in Type 2 Diabetes: Pathophysiologic Changes in Responders and Nonresponders

Dietary carbohydrate restriction as the first approach in diabetes management: Critical review and evidence base

Will a low-carb diet damage my kidneys?

Are diabetics being given diet advice that just makes their problems worse?

Richard's Recipe: Fast Food Survival Tips

Carl's Recipe: Carl's Carnitas


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