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High-fat diet (low carbs) lowered blood sugar and improved blood lipids in diabetics

People with Type 2 diabetes are usually advised to keep a low-fat diet. Now, a study at Linköping University shows that food with a lot of fat and few carbohydrates could have a better effect on blood sugar levels and blood lipids.
People with Type 2 diabetes are usually advised to keep a low-fat diet. Now, a study at Linköping University shows that food with a lot of fat and few carbohydrates could have a better effect on blood...
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More "food" for thought. I know that my brother-in-law, who had bariatric surgery last summer, and who had Type 2, is now showing no sign of diabetes after a massive weight loss and a high protein diet he must remain on for the rest of his life. hmmm......
 
Just wonder what kind of fat they used in the study?
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