TommyTurtle wrote:If we eliminate (a) trans fats / unstable seed oils (canola, etc) (b) high carb manufactured foods and (c) sugars, especially high fructose corn syrups, we are well on the way to restoring the diets our grandparents and ancestors followed. Heart disease was virtually unknown 100 years ago. So being diligent in eating unprocessed foods can work whether following vegetarian or meat / dairy-based diets. Plenty of examples of primitive people's living healthy lives following either diets
zarfas wrote:yeah sounds like your issue is simply hunger, the reason why the fat helps you
how much fat percentage is your diet
how lean are you
zarfas wrote:high fat?>
and your parents both have type 2 diab etes?
Id look into how a high fat diet might cause diabetes
https://www.drmcdougall.com/misc/2009nl ... abetes.htm
or here which recommends HRT to lower a1c, if you have low T and high e2
http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Testost ... betes.aspx
so you only eat 12-6pm?
guitarplayer007 wrote:Thats odd you struggled with energy since the body uses sugar for fuel..carbohydrate that is and rarely uses animal protein for energy...What do athletes eat when they want sustained energy? Complex carbohydrates of course not a steak
But I suck at being a whole foods plant eater, I did the Mcdouhgall way of eating for 6 months but lost it, but I definitely felt better, my blood was so clean Now I'm back to eating chicken and turkey and beef sometimes.
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