Low-carb diets should be reinstated as pillars of diabetes control, suggests new study
A new literature review suggests that current dietary guidelines on how to handle diabetes are not optimal and should be revised.
In a recent editorial, published in the online journal Diet, Nutrition and Mental Health and Wellbeing, two members of the not for profit organisation Nutrition Society have assessed the strength of evidence in favour of low-carb diets for diabetes management.
The authors collected data from seven randomised control trials and intervention studies conducted between 2001 and 2015. All of them appeared in peer-reviewed journals and tested low-carb against high-carb, low-fat diets for managing diabetes.
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