You have to kind of figure out what you’re going to need for each day and what you can get away with. You’re not eating like a king, but you’re eating. So that’s the important part.
Connie Kargbo has been working in the media field since 2007 producing content for television, radio, and the web. As an associate producer at PBS NewsHour Weekend, she is involved in all aspects of the news production process from pitching story ideas to organizing field shoots to scripting feature pieces. Before joining the weekend edition of PBS Newshour, Connie was a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand where she trained Thai English teachers.
Among people with type 1 diabetes, following a very low-carbohydrate diet (VLCD) can aid in achieving glycemic control, researchers suggested.
Responses from an online survey of people with type 1 diabetes found that those who followed a VLCD reported very good glycemic control -- a mean HbA1c of 5.67% ± 0.66%, according to the study by Belinda Lennerz, MD, PhD, of Boston Children's Hospital, and colleagues. Overall, 97% of these participants achieved the recommended glycemic targets of the American Diabetes Association..