in their news letter titled” Diet and nutrition “ dated 9th april 2015 has given tips for diabetic diet written by one MichelTheobold and reviewed by RoslynCarsonDe witt MD who appears to be a medical professional.
The tips essentially speak of advising diabetics to follow the following food groups for better health and diabetic control.
1.vegetables, 2 wholegrains,3 fruits,4 low fat or fat free dairy products and 5 lean protein sources such as chicken, fish, lean bacon etc.,
In the context of healthy diet for diabetics, another web site forums.dlife.in advocates low carb high fat diet .
There is one more website southbeachdiet.com which advocates a diet called “south beach diet” which one of the bloggers in this forum has analysed and feels it is a diet different from LCHF and based on “kill the hunger” by high protein diet although not very sure. It appears to low carb high proten low fat diet.
In any case the surprising fact is all these diets claim to be healthy for diabetics although on critical analysis no worthwhile information that they will not cause harm to kidneys is presently available, an issue raised by me in this forum under heading “Kidneys and their failure in case of diabetics which invited heavy reaction from several bloggers who are following a particular diet (many of which sarcastic, vipurative and personal abuses which the good administration has deleted ) without touching the issue raised by me
There appears to be a contradiction as to which diet is good for diabetics to control blood sugar as all the diet styles are originated from USA. and believed to mitigate health hazards for diabetics
It is a known fact that diabetic condition of the body will not cause death directly by itself but through harming body organs and impairing them
In my posting titled “Kidneys and their failure in case of diabetics” I had raised issue of diet causing kidneys getting over worked and the repercussion of their failure. It is essential that professionals such as doctors, biochemists, dieticians, nutritionnists and other members of this forum (who are not committed to this or that diet protocol ) to open up their minds and give adequate response to issue raised by me in the interest of knowledge based debate.