Alafairsmom wrote:I follow Bernstein but my blood sugars just don't go that low....... I
I switched to Atkins and in a week and a half my glucose stabilized and I was off metformin and glyburide. I was expecting the same turn around with PT, but it's not so speedy. I still think it is my best and only chance of surviving this CAD. I take 2 K2 daily, one in the am and one in the PM, with something fatty. Cheese or an almond milk with a splash of heavy whipping cream. I welcome advice, except as I have said in the past, the Esselstyn type..
Alafairsmom wrote:.if it worked as Zarfas and Ken say, they would be doing it and would have been cured months ago
Alafairsmom" It's not a godsend for diabetics, especially the absolutely no fats or oils of Esselstyn. That would mean no Omega3, CoQ10, E or other oils. That's my rant about vegan, no oil. If others can use it successfully great, but it will not work for me and my Type 2. Many plants spike my blood sugar, and I've stopped fruit as well to comply with Bernstein. I appreciate your response, Owen. I'm not disappointed in PT, just know that the calcium burden and blockages are severely impeding progress.[/quote]
no, the body needs fats, but as I asked you, how much fat are you getting? as you said:
cheese?(these have omega 3s?)
[quote="Alafairsmom wrote: . Cheese or an almond milk with a splash of heavy whipping cream
Perhaps a safer alternative would be 3 grams of the amino acid arginine. Creates the NO molecule, which will also helps dilate the arteries.
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