Newsweek looks at the issue.
In any case, why not reduce your need for insulin with low-carb eating?
Steve Parker, M.D.
DR. Parker does not have diabetes and does not need insulin to live as 100% of type1 thin healthy diabetics do. To state “why not reduce your need for insulin with low-carb eating?” sounds foolish and unprofessional. Types1 know what eat and live a healthy life and still need insulin to live.
Someone with type 1 diabetes eating a high-carb diet will almost always need a lower dose of insulin when they switch to low-carb eating, in my experience. Of course, they’ll still need insulin.
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