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Diabetes Educator Promotes High Carb Junk

You can listen to people like Courtney “Toxic Sludge” Slater …. someone who read that soy, hydrogenated veggie oils and whole grains are healthy in a book.

Or you can listen to people like me… people who are actually successfully managing diabetes with a truly diabetic friendly meal plan. People who are actually THRIVING!!! The choice is up to you.

Science, Personal Experiment: Intense X

We are all experiments! Which reminds me of this quote by Eric Savage of MythBusters.

“Remember kids, the only difference between screwing around and science… is writing it down.”
At least in the eyes of Eric Savage, through the years I’ve done a lot of science. I guess that makes me a … scientist … :)

ADA and Diabetes Greed

Bagels, cookies and sandwiches… bizarro world … except in the diabetes universe. Reality is turned upside down for profit.

The American Diabetes Ass has no shame… they will whore themselves out to any corporate entity willing to pay in cash.

Idiocracy in Diabetes Care

Is your medical industry professional a member of the Idiocracy? The Medical Industry promotes a high carb, blood sugar elevating meal plan to those that need it the LEAST… diabetics. If that is not idiotic, I’m not sure if anything is…

Weight Loss, Hypertension and Maintaining

Backed up by not only my experience but also those of many others a ‘low carb paleo’ approach is by far the best meal plan to help you lose weight.

Fortunately for ‘us’ … a low carb paleo approach is the best way to lose weight, maintain normal blood sugars and maintain optimum blood pressure. :)

RISE UP!!! Indeed.

I am changing the things I cannot accept.

And I cannot accept …

“Big Food, Big Pharma and the Medical Industry profiting from harmful dietary, nutritional and medical advice.’

I can not accept it, I will not accept it and I am changing it … if only one person at a time.

Change the things you CANNOT ACCEPT!

Creativity in the Kitchen: Egg Hats

To many, following a low carb primal meal plan is very limiting (at least initially) … Therefore being creative in the kitchen and having a willingness to explore other foods and other food preparation techniques is important.