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Ukip MEP and Type 1 diabetic Nathan Gill reduced his insulin requirements by 50 per cent after cutting out sugar and starchy carbohydrates. He has written to Prime Minister Theresa May, who also suffers from Type 1, calling for an urgent overhaul of current dietary guidelines promoting low-fat foods.
Public Health England’s chief nutritionist Dr Alison Tedstone said: “High-fat diets are often high in calories and can lead to weight gain – this can increase the risk of heart disease, Type 2 diabetes and some cancers.
“Too much saturated fat increases blood cholesterol, which also increases the risk of heart disease. “We recommend a balanced diet based on starchy high-fibre carbohydrates that are also low in saturated fats.”
Douglas Twenefour of Diabetes UK said: “Nutrition is a complex science which is why nutrition guidelines go through systematic reviews of evidence and consultations to build consensus.”https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... re-choiceshttps://assets.publishing.service.gov.u ... report.pdf