RE: Best and Worst Foods?

Our bodies and physiologies are wonderful at countering shortfalls in nutrition quite efficiently, it is the excess sometimes that creates more trouble… 😊 You are right, diabetes ketoacidosis can be very dangerous and is mostly seen in people with uncontrolled blood sugars, infection, injury, a serious illness, surgery, etc. I don’t think that diet per se (high in fat, carb or protein) are directly responsible for ketoacidosis. Plenty of studies show that people with HbA1c below 6.5% have had little to no long-term complications that including ketoacidosis as well. Its a no brainer, to achieve and maintain a 6.5% HbA1c would mean not eating foods that spike the blood sugars out of whack and we know the culprits here.  

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