Safe Starches

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14 Feb, 2015 06:48 PM

Safe Starches?

Where is the logic in feeding sugar to a diabetic?

Dr. Ron has answered every way shape and form every explanation about what the truth is about safe starches.

Quote by Dr. Rosedale:

I believe, quite simply, that all sugars, and foods that convert 
into sugar, will have a detrimental effect if eaten, and therefore 
the fewer non-fiber carbohydrates that a person has, the better,
 and that the difference should be made up by consuming more 
beneficial fats and oils.
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Safe Starches

Dr. Ron Rosedale
Posted September 6, 2012 at 6:27 pm | Link
* The worst diet to be on is one that is both high in carbohydrates and fat, the sugar formed preventing the fat from being burned …If one is going to go on a high fat diet, the (non-fiber) carb intake has to be very low. 100 gm/day (non-fiber) carbs in humans is enough to totally prevent ketosis. This is a major reason that I believe there is no such thing as “safe starches”.

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