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*MY MESSAGE TO DIETITIANS & DIABETICS* (MUST WATCH)



In this video I talk about the HFLC movement which is recommended to diabetics from dietitians. The HFLC movement has gained a lot of attention in the last 20 years or so, but for all the wrong reasons.

Type 2 diabetes is typically diagnosed in adulthood and it impairs the body’s ability to produce insulin.

Dietitians will routinely prescribe a high fat, low-carb diet for their patients to treat the condition, but this only serves a temporary purpose. It does NOT treat the underlying cause. That cause is FAT.

Fat is the enemy.

Everyone is born with fat cells and after a fatty meal these individual cells will swell up to a point they overflow. That excess fat spills over into the bloodstream. This is the ‘spill-over’ effect.

This fat then migrates to the muscle cells. It then takes refuge there and gums up the locks which surround those fat cells.

Insulin is the key to the cell and if there is any fat in the lock it becomes difficult for insulin to tease it’s way into the lock and if it can’t fit then glucose can’t get into the cell, so it will return to the bloodstream.

Intramuscular lipids also interfere with insulin signalling. Insulin does not get the green light to enter the cell and will not allow glucose into the cell.

If your dietitian prescribes a high fat, low-carb diet then they should be fired immediately. This is incredibly dangerous information to be giving their patients.

In extreme cases patients may have to have their arms or legs amputated because those muscle cells have shut off all glucose supply because of the excess fat which builds up.

A plant based diet can reverse type 2 diabetes in a matter of weeks, so it would be in the clients best interests to adopt a high carb, low fat diet until the condition has expired.

Dietitians go and educate yourself!

Up Those Carbs & Keep It Moving!



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