Good article by Tracey Neithercott published in Diabetes Forecast that I spotted on Diabetes Daily:
Worth reading the whole piece, but the opening paragraph sets up the debate:
“When it comes to diabetes, there may be no topic more fraught with controversy than carbohydrates. Sure, everyone agrees that the body uses carbs for energy in the form of glucose. But how much carbohydrate should people with diabetes really eat?”
It pits the “Moderate-Carb” approach against the Low-Carb” approach— both represented by respected medical experts.
It also addresses what it calls the “Fat Question” before asking which what is the “Right Way”?
For me the final sentence says it all:
“In the end, the best diet is the healthy one you’re able to follow.”
What do YOU think?