By: Dana Spencer 6/10/2015
There are lots of Blogs on this method. I wanted to link to one, but they were all more complicated than they needed to be, so I’ll post the way I do it. Read More
Eating meat sounds so restrictive only to those who are behind the veil. Once that veil is lifted, one realizes that this really is the only way to be free of restrictions. – Margot 9/09
I am diabetic, been eating Zero Carb for 2 weeks and my blood sugar is still too high, why is this?
Since this question comes up a lot I (Dana) decided to post Caitlin’s answer, so I can direct people when she’s not available. 😉
This sometimes happens to diabetics in the early days of ZC (Zero Carb Diet). That level is high for someone in good control, but it is not dangerously high. For those that stick with ZC, their levels come back down within 4-8 weeks.
Two and a half years ago, at the age of 27, I was working as a personal trainer and was physically very active. However, I was forced to stop working towards the end of 2012 because I was experiencing debilitating fatigue and severe migraine headaches. The doctors I consulted told me that my symptoms were most likely due to excessive stress.