Well, now, how the heck are you, Fergus? We all missed your stirring up of things. Stir away! (Is it a coincidence you showed up here on Halloween, or...........? )
Fire burn and cauldron bubble indeed! Add eye of frog and tongue of newt for a pleasing and very low carbohydrate broth I believe. Simply stir.....
All the best,
I hope things are well with you too.
I've been moderating a UK diabetes forum, flying the low carb flag of course, which is one reason I've been conspicuous by my absence here. Now I know how much hard work goes into it, I wanted to say thanks to you guys for all the effort you put in.
Keep up the good work you lot!
It's a battle, Lanie, it really is.
There's a very strong consensus among the people who really matter, we diabetics, that low carb is the most rational, effective, beneficial and safe means of normalising blood glucose and controlling diabetes, bar none.
The vested interests in pharmacology, medicine and politics are very slow to catch on unfortunately. It's shameful that they are not only resistant to change but do their best to discredit anything that contradicts their dogma.
There is hope though. This month a group of us are having a Parliamentary launch of a new healthcare initiative here. The first pilot project, hopefully, will be a trial of carb retriction on type 2 diabetics to test the impact on blood glucose, insulin levels, and lipids. Now we have a fair idea what the results will show, don't we?
Fingers crossed that we're in the early days of a better nation.
Always grateful for more references. Do you have a link to the TVEditor thing?
Yeah, I think nincompoopedness and idiocracy (is that a place where all idiots are treated equal? or, where idiots can vote...) know no boundaries. Chris, you know that hot air rises, right? So, just wait. Fergus, keep us informed about how the pilot project goes, ok? Hope your little haggis are doing well.