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While the evidence continues to mount for low carb as means of managing type 2 diabetes, many of us have just one burning questions: How?

How does a low carb program help type 2 diabetes?

Essentially, when carbs are broken down in the body they are converted into glucose, or sugar.

Put simply, by lowering your intake of carbs, you’re lowering blood sugar and minimising spikes, and helping to put your type 2 diabetes into remission.

Dr. Paul Mason and Dr. Peter Brukner explain how it works, and why a low carb approach can have a such a transformative effect your health.

 

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