Remission of type 2 diabetes is a practical diet for primary care.
He jumped out of his chair and said “take my picture!”
My patient came in today to see me. He asked me what his HbA1C from this week was. I looked it up and told him it was 5.1; I then remembered I had told him if he ate 400 grams of non-starchy vegetables per day there would be a good chance he’d get off his diabetic medications and put his diabetes into remission. I told him we’d then take our selfie and post the picture in our NO More Diabetes Hall of Fame.
According to a study published in Lancet, “at 12 months, almost half of participants achieved remission to a non-diabetic state and off antidiabetic drugs. Remission of type 2 diabetes is a practical target for primary care”
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