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Re: [IPk] lack of contact Abi's experiences

I have never found a dietician who could handle more than the simple
line I gave.  Perhaps they can handle the more complicated version you
give.  They certainly cannot handle the difference between the types.



In message <email @ redacted>, Diana Maynard
<email @ redacted> writes
>Err Pat, isn't this a bit of an oversimplification? I think some of the type
>IIs would be up in arms about this statement (though luckily for you there
>aren't many type IIs on this list, and (I would imagine) no type IIs on diet
>Obviously keeping down total carbs is one factor, but certainly not the only 
>one. Losing weight is often a vital component, as is keeping BP low (avoiding 
>too much salt, high fat foods, too much alcohol, etc.)
>Dieticians should be looking at all these factors too.
>> If you are not using insulin, then keeping down the total carbohydrates and
>> total calories being ingested at any one time (i.e. eating less, and eating
>> low GI foods, and/or "grazing") is all you need to do.
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