Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, January 19th, 2009
Patients who followed the no-glycemic diet experienced more frequent reductions, and in some cases elimination, of their need for medication to control type 2 diabetes, according to lead author Eric Westman, MD, director of Duke's Lifestyle Medicine Program. The findings are published online in Nutrition and Metabolism.
"Low glycemic diets are good, but our work shows a no-glycemic diet is even better at...
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