Isossa valtavirtamediumissa tyypin 1 diabeetikko kirjoittaa siitä kuinka pätkäpaastoilu on parantanut hänen elämänsä laatua.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/04/well ... &smtyp=cur
But I can’t help but think of another of Dr. Kushner’s suggestions. “You should play with the keto diet at some point,” he said, referring to a diet that restricts the amount of net carbs eaten on a daily basis to, ideally, less than 20 grams. The mainstays of the diet are animal proteins, dairy, fats and very specific low-carb vegetables like cauliflower, broccoli and zucchini. “People with keto say 2,” he said. “What happens is your glucose variation goes away. You get your life back. You get to think about other stuff. Type 1 robs people of their ability to be human, to be unique, to think about other things.”
But with my newfound happiness in intermittent fasting, I’m not ready to adopt another new set of eating rules. Maybe next year.