Regardless of what the medical and pharmaceutical industries think about older diabetics, I firmly stand with Dr. Richard K. Bernstein in believing that older diabetic patients have just as much right to have normal blood sugar as younger patients and non-diabetics.
While older diabetics are more likely to have co-morbidities along with diabetes, a low-carb way of eating is very likely to improve those conditions, too. The lesson here is that the younger and sooner a diabetic begins a diabetes dietary protocol that will reduce insulin resistance, that is hyperinsulinemia, the better diabetic health they can have as they age.
For more details, please see our article, “Older Diabetics.”
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