How Food Effects Blood Glucose
The carbohydrates you consume turn into blood sugar. The more carbohydrates you eat, the higher the levels of sugar you will have released as you digest and absorb your food. Carbohydrates in liquid form consumed by themselves are absorbed more quickly than those in solid food. So having a soda will cause a faster rise in your blood sugar levels than eating a slice of pizza. Source: Healthline
The Pioppi Diet Book by Dr Aseem Malhotra
Cardiologist Slams Government Dietary Advice
View this landmark address - on what will be required to address the diabetes epidemic and reverse its course. Deputy leader of the UK Labour party gave the packed room a heartfelt oration on his own diabetes and weight-loss journey, right before Dr Aseem Malhotra got into the details of what needs to be done. Aseem’s talk pulls no punches, hits all the core issues, and was followed by a massive round of applause.
Andrew Boulton, professor of medicine, University of Manchester, UK, and visiting professor, University of Miami, Florida. Also incoming president of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) believes so. Short 3 minute video and report.