Can a Low-Carb Diet Be Sustained for Five Years?

Registered Dietitian Joy Kiddie has a blog post summarizing the results of her five-year low-carb journey.

It start thusly:

Tomorrow is March 5th and it is five years since I began my personal health and weight recovery journey that I’ve dubbed “A Dietitian’s Journey“.  While it began in 2017, in a way it still continues today and that is the point behind this post. 

Five years ago, I was obese, had type 2 diabetes for the previous 8 years, and had developed dangerously high blood pressure. 

Recommended. You’ll find out if low-carb eating put her diabetes into remission.

Steve Parker, M.D.

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4 responses to “Can a Low-Carb Diet Be Sustained for Five Years?

  1. Many thanks for the link to Joy’s post, an interesting read.

    I think the name of our blog ‘The Low Carb Diabetic’ gives the game away!
    But my husband Eddie was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes back in 2008, and has lived the LCHF lifestyle since then (as do I, and I am not diabetic).
    https://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.com/2016/05/introduction-to-low-carb-for-beginners.html

    All the best Jan

  2. Judi O

    Been eating low carb for 12 years and doing fine. It helps that I like to cook and I’m pretty creative.

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