måndag 24 juni 2013

Debunking health myths: A diet with starches, e.g. potatoes and rice, doesn't cause diabetes

Codie-Joy Duncan,
That a starch-based diet causes diabetes is another health myth. It cures type-2-diabetes.

Here are some resources that I recommend:

Please study this about a plantbased diet and diabetes:

The blood sugar level is dropping with a starch based diet, see e.g.:
Some people eating a starch based diet and that are having type 1 diabetes: http://www.drmcdougall.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=36855&p=374878&hilit=type+1+diabetes#p374878

I found this post and the comments relating to diabetes type 1 and a vegan diet: http://jacknorrisrd.com/vegan-diet-for-type-1-diabetes/#comments

I also recommend this video about a starch-based diet:

"The most important support for my conclusion that we are starch-eaters is based on an observation that you can easily validate for yourself: All large populations of trim, healthy people, throughout written human history, have obtained the bulk of their calories from starch. Examples of thriving people include, Japanese and Chinese in Asia eating sweet potatoes, buckwheat, and/or rice, Incas in South America eating potatoes, Mayans and Aztecs in Central America eating corn, and Egyptians in the Middle East eating wheat. "

Quote from: http://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2008nl/jan/grains.htm

Quorn-products contains eggs, and thus hurt and kill animals. They are also bad for your Health.

More about diabetes and a starch-based diet:
“Starchy foods, such as whole grains, beans, and vegetables, are healthful foods, and the body is designed to use the glucose that they hold. In type 2 diabetes, the body has lost some of this ability. But the answer is not to avoid starches, but to restore the body's ability to use them. After all, cultures whose diets are traditionally high in carbohydrate--Japan, China, Latin America, etc.--have had very low diabetes rates until meat, cheese, and other fatty foods displace their healthy carbohydrate-rich diets; only then does diabetes becomes more common.”

Tackling diabetes with a bold new dietary approach: Dr. Neal Barnard: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ktQzM2IA-qU

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