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Carbohydrate Restriction Versus Drugs for T2 Diabetes

“The only person definitely known to have died as a consequence of an association with a low-carbohydrate diet is Dr. Herman Tarnower, author of the Scarsdale diet, although, as they say used to say on the old TV detective shows, the immediate cause of death was lead poisoning. His girlfriend shot him.”

That’s how Richard David Feinman starts a post on management of blood sugars in type 2 diabetics with risky drugs instead of carbohydrate restriction. Of course, you can use both strategies if you have to, and many do.

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