hi khalid , i want to ask i followed the low carb diet for one year and my sugar level did not exceed 115 mgl if you aware about dr Bernstein approach which only allowes you to eat low carb vegetables along with protein and some fate - i wondered how the body function with low suger only 30 gm a day - i returned back to high carb diet about 100 gm per day i feel refreshed and i feel better but my sugar level fixed at 200 level :D i feel disappointed and also iam losing weight- what is your approach and how you manage your meals in the normal day , are you eating bread and starches and you blood
sugar level in range -- sorry it is long message but really I'm confused
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Brooooo we need bread!!!
First of all, the answer will be dependant whether you are type 1 or a type 2. You don't need to have a low carb diet to manage your diabetes at all, that is a myth. It could be slightly easier managing your diabetes with a low carb diet just due to the fact that your insulin risk factor will decrease, i.e. if you are taking 100 units of insulin a day and there is a risk of 10% not being calculated properly, you will end up with 10 units being misplaced, as opposed to taking only 10 units you will end up with only 1 unit being misplaced. Apart from this, there is no benefit from running a low carb (from diabetes point of view) So have higher carbs meals, and inject insulin accordingly presuming you are type 1. For myself (Khalid Keshta), I have all the bread and starch you can think of.