Yes, people with type 2 diabetes have insulin insensitivity, meaning their bodies do not properly absorb and utilize glucose.
No, the ketogenic diet has not been proven as a cure for type 2 diabetes, especially given its potential long term effects on overall health.
Yes, people with type 2 diabetes should monitor their sugar intake (including carbohydrates). They should also monitor their saturated fat intake, which can increase cholesterol and worsen type two diabetes and its symptoms.
Lifestyle can drive, treat, or prevent many of the biggest contributors to premature death and reduced quality of life, particularly in the context of disease epidemics resulting from sedentariness and the standard American diet.
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