Jardiance is the only current drug proven to lower blood sugar while reducing CVD by 38%.
It lowers sugar via the kidneys and urine output. It can eliminate almost 300 calories or about 73 teaspoons of sugar from the blood over a 24 hour period.
This is huge potential for type2 diabetics that restrict carbohydrates because with it they can modestly increase their carbohydrates without increasing blood sugar levels.
I currently eat 30 to 40 grams a day of carbs. This drug might allow me to get to 100 to 150 grams without adversely impacting my sugar levels.
1st though you need to know if you're still secreting enough insulin or too little or too much though. Then you can create a plan around carbohydrate consumption and jardiance...
Remember CVD in diabetics is usually associated with over secreting of insulin. High serum cholesterol and not do much the sugar. High sugar is bad over long periods of time, high insulin causes arterial inflammation which allows high calcium I'm your blood to clog and harden arteries.
Jardiance shows an unbelievable 38% reduction of CVD factors....That's awesome....