on 01 Nov, 2013 06:26 PM
olive oil for the most part. Coconut oil does not agree with me. Occasionally I’ll use a tich of ghee but am dairy free otherwise.
Why do you ask? Does it make a difference for you? I have been keto for many years and am just trying to keep my type 2 as ‘healthy’ as possible. I can keep my BS low but the rage is to keep insulin low. I can do that with fats but I lose too much weight and also wondering if keeping it too low, I’m not feeding my cells and sort of starving myself. Not sure if any of this makes sense. I need some professional advice and so far the Rosedale Diet has not failed me so I’d like to know what Dr Ron has to say. I sure hope he (or staff) chimes in. In reality, I probably do a little of both because I don’t eat the same things everday but I do eat about the same portions. Somedays I’m a little hungrier than others but I just eat more veggies but then I add more fat to slow digestion and that’s when I get higher readings.
Ken on 02 Nov, 2013 12:35 AM
I have been doing a little experimenting with olive oil &
MCT Oil for a few weeks now - kinda watching how my system responds
- mainly trying to discover how to better improve my long term
Dr. Ron's plan has been a lifesaver for me and say that without
reservation. My health was going down hill fairly fast just little
over a year ago and I have been around long enough to know that I
would have been very fortunate if I would have been alive within 3
to five years.
I have a lot to be thankful for - I have worked with patients
younger than me that were dying from diabetes and its related
As of this past June my doctor after a year of great lab results
has taken me out of the system as being a type2 diabetic - it is
great to be able to get off 3 daily meds and 1 daily injection for
I am curious what kind of results others are having with olive
oil, etc. I can't give Dr. Ron's work enough props - it's simple
but really is a miracle. I think at times folks try to make it to
complicated, many do I think because of all the hype from big
Guess I need not get on my soap-box - at least not now :-)
Sincerely Wishing you the best of health in the days ahead
Ken on 03 Nov, 2013 03:22 AM
Haven't discovered any major things as yet..
I like the taste of the MCT but it does cost more than olive - I
haven't used it like I have the olive oil - I think after the first
of the year I'll give it a good trial period, I'm thinking maybe a
90 day time frame and see how my system responds. I'm also thinking
of maybe one day olive oil and then next day with MCT Oil.