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A 35-year-old female asked:
Ketonic diet for insulin resist 35f? allow for stable blood sugars, feeling better and weight loss? no carbs = no sugar spikes/crash & fat burn? good?
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Internal Medicine 32 years experience
May: Be helpful short term. Will suggest modified ketotic diet . Which is adding just a small amount of high complex carbs. This reduces pro inflammatory markers and long term sustainability
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Last updated Aug 10, 2016
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