The first 8 weeks of eating low to moderate amounts of carbs, one meal a day during the week and fasting at weekends, while sticking to 5,600 calories are week are over. Has my ability to process carbs returned to normal yet? Sadly no, not yet. However I'm not giving up hope of …Read More... about The results are in from the first 8 weeks!
Essential Tips for Those Wanting to Recover Their Health
If you are taking any medication, please read this guidance about the potential impact of changing your diet.
My body is not your body and what works for me may not work for you, so please read this for some tips on how to find what works for you.
If you are not currently doing regular exercise, or are finding it difficult, then please read this for some tips on how you can exercise in a way that works for you.
My own GP no longer carries out fasting glucose testing, instead, relying on the HbA1c test to indicate if a patient is diabetic. The HbA1c test will show an accurate picture of a patients blood sugar levels over the previous 3 months (providing they don't have any inflammatory …Read More... about Fasting glucose – my DIY method
Although I have lost 2.1 kgs (4.6 pounds) this week and dropped my BMI by 0.8 my body fat percentage has increased by 1.1 to 56.6% and my skeletal muscle percentage has dropped 2.0 to 18.7%. My visceral fat remains the same at 13 and I can't measure my waist having lost my tape …Read More... about First week’s results
As I mentioned in my last blog post, I went undiagnosed for a long time as a diabetic due to having normal HbA1c readings. However I also have rheumatoid arthritis, which wasn't in remission at the time, so I had active inflammation, which in turn meant that the HbA1c test …Read More... about The ineffectiveness of the HbA1c test when a patient has active inflammation