Low Carb Down Under

Low Carb Down Under

Published on 1 year ago





Jessica Turton is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) with post-graduate qualifications in Nutrition & Dietetics and full membership with the Dietitians Association of Australia. She completed her Masters in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Sydney in 2017 and was awarded the Faculty of Health Sciences Dean’s Scholar Award for her combined degree.

Jessica's Masters Research Project was to conduct a systematic review of all low-carbohydrate diets in the management of Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. This paper was recently published in the scientific journal, PLOS ONE, in March 2018. Jessica was also the recipient of the Charles Perkins Centre Summer Research Scholarship in 2016/17 where she was part of a team that conducted analyses to investigate the association of industry-funding and results in published studies examining the effect of whole-grain intake for cardiovascular disease prevention.

Jessica is interested in developing, evaluating and improving dietetic strategies for the management of diabetes and aims to undertake her Research Doctorate (Ph.D) in July 2018. Though diabetes management is one of her major areas of interest, Jessica is passionate about utilising the nutrition care process to investigate the role of diet in a wide range of health conditions and symptoms, including obesity, insulin resistance syndrome, hypertension, PCOS, dyslipidaemia, gastrointestinal issues and more.


Comments :

Christina Wolf

Christina Wolf . 7 hours ago

As a Type 1 for 33 years, THANK YOU for studying this and putting helpful info out for us! It is such an endlessly hard disease, and low-carb diets make it a little more manageable. Still not easy or predictable— since fats and proteins also affect my blood sugar—but better 😊😊😊

KenDBerryMD

KenDBerryMD . 4 weeks ago

Valuable info here for Type 1 Diabetics. Low-Carb is the safest and healthiest diet for you!

Bruno Marcantonio

Bruno Marcantonio . 4 months ago

FEEDING IS THE PROBLEM - FASTING IS THE ANSWER - BROARDEN THE SCOPE OF YOUR LOGIC - CARBS + INSULIN = FATS EXCESS FATS RENDER DIABETES INCURABLE - YES THIS MEANS CURABLE - DIABETES IS A DIET DISEASE - People Addicted to the JOYS of - Coles,Woollies,IGA etc DO NOT LISTEN TO DIETRY ADVICE - The Pretty Pictures on the Boxes ALWAYS WIN . SWITCH TO ERADICATING SUPERMARKETS , ADVERTISING AGENCIES ,& TV COOKING SHOWS & THE WAR ON DIABETES & MORBID OBESITY WILL BE WON. I AM SURE YOU MEAN WELL - BUT GIVING ADVICE TO THOSE THAT DO NOT HAVE THE IQ TO ASSIMILATE IT - IS A POINTLESS EXERCISE. INJECTED INSULIN IS A - FAT PUMP - WHICH ONLY PRODUCES WHALES. STOP BANGING YOUR HEAD AGAINST A BRICK WALL - WAKE UP - THERE IS MORE INFORMATION OUT THERE - PERSUE IT ! You Qualifications are Miniscule compared to the VAST ARRAY OF SCIENTIFIC DATA EVEN ON YouTube. Look at PAM POPPA IF YOU WANT TO BE MADE AWARE OF A COMMON SENSE APPROACH. - there are many MORE

Dean Wheeler

Dean Wheeler . 5 months ago

Thank God for Dr. Bernstein.

VincentAntoine

VincentAntoine . 8 months ago

this was brilliant, thank you 👍

Curtis Lawrence

Curtis Lawrence . 12 months ago

Being a type 1 Diabetic, eating low carb for me has definitely helped a lot ! I would recommend this diet but eating too much protein can have a negative impact on B.S levels so keep that in mind ! But in general I feel this is great and it is about finding your own balance as we are all unique !

Tony Braun

Tony Braun . 12 months ago

I have been T1 (for 21 years) on Bernstein diet (last 4 years), recently got a CGM, and do an analysis daily on the data, follow the guidelines by Dr Bernstein daily. It has reduced my average BG levels to a A1c of about 5.4% (average 5.8 mmol), virtually eliminated hypos (partly due to the CGM) and maximum postprandial excursions of typically less than 6.5 mmol. If you need any data logs of CGM data on a low carb diet, let me know! Keep up the good work, I only wish I learnt that carbs where not essential 20 years ago, instead of the standard (and what I consider blatantly wrong) dietary advise normally given to T1's. (also my weight has reduced to a steady optimum level, and energy, health, skin, etc all improved dramatically as a result of this dietary change)

lalman1337

lalman1337 . 1 year ago

soo BS go watch dr neal bernard and dr mcdougle they cure diabeates with sugar and carbs and this diabetes 1 and 2 i causes from fat !

K Quitberg

K Quitberg . 1 year ago

Saw a cookbook for diabetes published in 1916. Type I. No: macaroni, bread,pie,cakes, potatoes,sugar. Seems like we took a giant step back to finally take a step forward. Ol timey docs had the anecdotal evidence but not the scientific evidence

biological Health

biological Health . 1 year ago

PHD for this? I guess I have already 3 PHDs :)

Duncan Law

Duncan Law . 1 year ago

https://www.diabetes.co.uk/in-depth/reassessing-benefits-plant-based-diets/

Thanassis Bantios

Thanassis Bantios . 1 year ago

Type 1 on a zerocarb (meat-only), ketogenic diet for 6 years now. It has really been a life changer. Having said that, it is only part of the problem - having the discipline to eat the same meals every day, as well as the same exercise is also part of the solution.

Razvan Florentin Popescu

Razvan Florentin Popescu . 1 year ago

zerocarb. keto carnivore

Ketoed Saudi

Ketoed Saudi . 1 year ago

Big Pharma + Food Industry will never get a plus income when they promote a material such as this. That's simply why being a diabetic to them is something it has to do with your genes! Healthy bread my ass.

Tavi L

Tavi L . 1 year ago

I have also had wonderful results. I have been Keto for seven months. BGs between 4.5 and 6.7. A1c 5.7. No rapid insulin. Halved Lantis. Great not to be riding the roller coaster anymore.

Azzam Jaber

Azzam Jaber . 1 year ago

What an amazing lecture spot on it makes all the sense. This is the most important piece of information in the management of Diabetes...

Claudia W

Claudia W . 1 year ago

Unfortunately, the nine studies all had tiny sample sizes (seven studies had less than ten participants, and the other two had only 48 and 49 respectively) and defined "low-carb" differently so it's really like comparing apples to oranges. However, it does highlight the pressing need for a proper study on the topic!

Peter Faber

Peter Faber . 1 year ago

45 to 65% carbs in type 1 diabetes??? I had no idea. I thought LCHF was standard practice for type 1 diabetes. But I guess I should have known. Fat fear and carb love is standard practice in the medical world. Plus the farmaceutical industry will push doctors to keep telling their patients to eat lots of carbs.

Reality isnt A choice

Reality isnt A choice . 1 year ago

Keto plus fasting properly done works every time. My diabetic scars I've had for years are almost gone too.

L F

L F . 1 year ago

I find that the Keto diet is definitely working for me! My blood sugar levels remain very constant now. I was found to be insulin deficient a few months ago. I love low carb! ❤



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