Keto and Type 1 Diabetes
Can Type 1 Diabetics eat Keto? Many times endocrinologists do not understand how Keto can be extremely helpful!
Keto can be amazing for helping Type 1 Diabetics control their glucose levels. In this YouTube video learn about the story of Kory, owner of the “Good Food Low Carb Cafe” in Madison Wisconsin, and how he was misdiagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes and how that almost killed him.
Keto has helped control his type 1 diabetes and lower his A1c in a matter of weeks! He is also an extreme athlete who has done Iron-Man triathlons! He has quite an amazing story to tell!
In next week’s YouTube video we will look at all the yummy Keto options on his menu.
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