The ADA website now seems updated. They say we should manage our weight and our diet and exercise. You'll find more emphasis on daily exercise and suggestions for 'carb counting' because they acknowledge that carbohydrates play a role in elevated blood sugar. (really?) They continue to say that weight is a factor in type 2. They go on to say that compared to the food pyramid for the general public, the diabetic food pyramid suggests 1/3 cup serving vs. 1/2 cup serving of the same carbohydrate, and that 45 to 60 gr. of carbs is appropriate per meal. So, although the ADA appears to recognize the role of carbohyrates in the role of continued high blood sugar, it does almost nothing to limit them. It recommends "counting carbs". Sure, as I'm eating that huge piece of chocolate cake, I'm counting those carbs! Hope to see you later.