Weight-Loss-Foods-for-Diabetes
May 07

Weight Loss Foods for Diabetes – Understanding the BROAD Study

By Cyrus Khambatta, PhD and Tara Kemp | Science Articles

Weight Loss Foods for Diabetes: Understanding the BROAD Study There is no shortage of scientific weight-loss studies. With chronic health conditions like obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension on the rise, many weight-loss researchers are on the hunt for dietary patterns that are effective at reversing the root causes of these conditions.Most weight-loss studies […]

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Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat Diet Insulin Sensitivity
Apr 12

Low-Carb Diet vs. Low-Fat Diet – How Jessica Increased Her Insulin Sensitivity 25x in 6 Months by Transitioning to a Low-Fat Diet

By Cyrus Khambatta, PhD | Success Stories

Low-Carb Diet vs. Low-Fat DietHow Jessica Increased Her Insulin Sensitivity by 25x in 6 Months by Transitioning to a Low-Fat Diet Meet Jessica.Since the time she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1996, she has worked hard to follow a strict low-carb diet, in order to control her blood glucose to the best of […]

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Insulin Sensitivity 101 - 7 Case Studies
Mar 22

Insulin Sensitivity 101: 7 Case Studies of the Effect of Low-Fat, Plant-Based, Whole-Food Nutrition

By Cyrus Khambatta, PhD | Success Stories

Insulin Sensitivity 101: 7 Case Studies of the Effect of Low-Fat, Plant-Based, Whole-Food Nutrition A few weeks ago, we completed another successful Mastering Diabetes Retreat in Idyllwild, CA. This was our 4th diabetes retreat, and the improvement in insulin sensitivity in our attendees with type 1 diabetes was very consistent.Think of the Mastering Diabetes Retreat […]

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Feb 15

Intermittent Fasting Explained: How (and Why) to Perform a 24-Hour Intermittent Fast

By Cyrus Khambatta, PhD | Science Articles

Intermittent Fasting Explained: How (and Why) to Perform a 24-Hour Intermittent Fast Let’s face it.We eat when we’re feeling lonely. And sad. And frustrated. And angry. And happy. And confused. And excited. We eat in response to our emotions, and this direct connection between our emotions and our food intake usually results in eating more […]

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