Yes. Serrapeptase has successfully helped diabetic
patients in balancing the blood sugar levels. However, ensure that you monitor
your sugar levels while on Serrapeptase and discuss the same with your
physician so he can reduce your medication safely.
- First and foremost you should eat a strict
LCHF diet with less than 20 grams per day
- Eat only when you are hungry and avoid
- Sleep enough between 7-8 hours per night
and avoid stress at all cost
- Try intermittent fasting
Please note that as you get
closer to your ideal weight the weight loss rate is likely to slow down and that
its normal to reach to a stagnant level. However, this should not put you down,
continue doing what is right
Returning back to old eating habits is essentially a very
wrong move. Weight loss through a LCHF diet is fast as compared to other diet
so basically yes, chance of regaining weight is to be expected.
There is no evidence that a LCHF diet leads to carb
You can however have a one
day “cheat day” once in a while which may lead to adding weight or stopping
your weight loss. This happens because you go out of Ketosis mode and start
burning sugars again. Usually it will take you 3 days after you stopped the
carbs to get back into fat burning mode.
Yes. By following a LCHF diet you reduce the blood
sugar levels, so you will also reduce your medication. A LCHF diet can be
essential for patients with diabetes type 2, and it indeed reverses the
Note that if you are taking medications, especially
insulin, you need to monitor you blood sugar levels closely when starting a LCHF
diet and adopt lower doses appropriately to avoid low blood sugar. Consult this
with your doctor.
No need to worry as long as you feel fine. At times the
sugars levels can be slightly lower than normal on a LCHF diet more so when you
are on ketosis. The brain relies on ketones for fuel and does not have the same
need for glucose.
However, if you feel unwell it’s advisable to eat
something straight away and break the fast.
A high or low sugar level is a common concern and this
occurs due to hormonal effects in the morning. It’s called “the Dawn Phenomenon”
and may even be more on a LCHF diet. No
need to worry though, it’s natural; phenomenon caused by a morning elevation of
cortisol and other hormones that cause the liver to release glucose that
raising the sugar levels in blood.
No. in absence of other risk factors, raised
cholesterol is not necessarily a bad thing. Studies show that women with high
cholesterol tend to live longer.
The risk of heart disease
is influenced by many other lifestyle evils like smoking, which causes inflammation
and cracks in your blood vessels. For
cholesterol, look at its profile like the HDL high is good, and triglyceride-
low is good. The LDL which is the so called “Bad Cholesterol” can also be good
or bad… depending on its density. The small dense LDL molecules which are
caused by carbohydrates is the bad cholesterol. On the other hand, the large
fluffy low-density LDL is totally harmless since it cannot stick to the walls
of the blood vessels, thus cannot cause blockages.