Articles of Interest


 

Sarah Hallberg is the Principal Investigator with Verda, which is a company that has a custom app to enter and sustain a well-formulated ketogenic diet for the purpose of reversal and prevention of metabolic health issues. This is groundbreaking because the medical question was; "Is a well-formulated ketogenic diet sustainable past a few weeks?" This is the foundation upon which Fresh Way was created

There are three main questions this study answers, including: "Is it safe?" "Is it sustainable?" "Does it achieve a permanent reversal of metabolic disease?" The answer is yes, it does. Click on this form to learn more about why and how we incorporate this into primary care.

If you are going to eat keto, how to do it well. Click on this form to find out more. Effectiveness and Safety of a Novel Care Model for the Management of Type 2 Diabetes at 1 Year 


Why Won’t We Tell Diabetics the Truth?

When we tell people about a ketogenic diet, we thought "but we thought people had to have carbohydrates?" Click on this link to find out more: https://robbwolf.com/2017/01/05/why-wont-we-tell-diabetics-the-truth/

 

Carbohydrate Addiction

https://www.hormonesmatter.com/carbohydrate-addiction/

There is a lot of evidence linking carbohydrate addiction to neuroscience. The hormones are a huge problem. Angela answers the question the other two macronutrients vital to our heal and longevity. We can function completely and live our lives without a slice of apple and bread. People who are interested in how to live without carbohydrates will be fascinated by this study. Additionally, Angela explains the link between carbohydrates and our brain. We see how opiates behave as well as carbohydrates behave within our brain. "Why does eating carbohydrates suspiciously look like an addiction?"

 

If you want to learn more on the effects of Diabetes, please click on this resource link and call the office if you have any questions or concerns.

https://www.niddk.nih.gov/about-niddk/strategic-plans-reports/diabetes-in-america-3rd-edition?utm_source=constituent%20group&utm_medium=e-mail&utm_campaign=diabetes%20in%20america#spectrum 

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