‘Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show’ Episode 253: Mexico’s Dr. Stan De Loach Is Teaching Low-Carb Nutrition For Diabetics
Posted May 15 2009 11:39pm
Dr. Stan De Loach promotes low-carb nutrition for diabetes care
Sometimes those of us in the United States may feel like we live in a bubble and become somewhat oblivious to what is happening in the rest of the world. And in the world of diet and health, this is especially so. But with what is happening in countries like Sweden, for example, with high-fat, low-carb nutrition, it’s is very important for us to pay attention to what is happening in other nations especially as it relates to low-carb living. Today’s podcast guest is doing his part to promote the low-carb message for diabetes control in Mexico City.
In Episode 253 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show with Jimmy Moore,”
we hear from Mexican diabetes educator Dr. Stan De Loach, a Type 1 diabetic who works with the diabetic youth in Mexico to teach the principles of Dr. Richard Bernstein’s method for managing both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. In today’s interview, you’ll hear Dr. De Loach talk about the state of diabetes and obesity in Mexico, why carbohydrates are the reason hyperglycemia is running rampant, the impact of Dr. Bernstein on him personally and with his clients, and some of the cultural differences of low-carb Mexican foods compared with what we have in the United States. Listen to this articulate voice of reason talk about how low-carb changed his life and the lives of his patients.
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Coming up next week, we have Dr. Steve Parker on Monday who is a strong proponent of a Mediterranean-styled diet, but he is open to the benefits of a ketogenic (low-carb) version of the plan to make it even healthier. I think you’ll be surprised by some of the things he has to say. Then on Thursday, Lisa Marshall from 24/7 Low Carb Diner will share her secrets to feeding your family a healthy low-carb meal plan that tastes great and saves you time and money. It will be a FANTASTIC week of interviews!