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Old Tue, May-31-22, 04:05
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Default ADA Releases a Low and Very Low Carb Guide

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has released a 28-page guide for Health Care providers on implementing low-carbohydrate (LC) and very low-carbohydrate (VLC) eating patterns to improve outcomes in adults with type 2 diabetes.

The purpose of the Guide is to assist Health Care Providers, including Physicians, Registered Dietitians, certified diabetes care & education specialists (CDCES), and others, to assess whether these interventions would be appropriate for their patients and if so, how to best implement them.

The Guide is authored by Kelly Siverhus MS, RD, CD, and several advisors. These include three American Diabetes Association Dietitians, five expert advisors including 4 Registered Dietitians and an MD, and a Registered Dietitian primary advisor from Diabetes and Nutrition Consultants. One of the four expert Advisors was Dawn Noe, RD, LD, CDCES, who gave a presentation on Person-Centered Implementation of Low Carbohydrate Eating Plans at the American Association of Diabetes Educators (AADEs) annual conference in Houston, Texas, in August 2019. She graciously shared her slides with me for this article.

This new Guide is the culmination of several American Diabetes Association position statements, a consensus report, and several Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (2019, 2020) publications which included the use of both a low carbohydrate and very low carbohydrate (ketogenic) diet. 2018 titled Low Carbohydrate Eating for People with Diabetes. 2018 joint statement with the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) where they classified a low carbohydrate diet as Medical Nutrition Therapy in the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes in adults. 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes which included use of a low carbohydrate diet in its Lifestyle Management Standards of Care April 2019 Consensus Report on Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes that included both the use of a low carbohydrate eating pattern (26-45% of total daily calories as carbohydrate), as well as the use of a very low carbohydrate (ketogenic) eating pattern (20-50 g carbs per day). 2019 and 2020, the ADA included the use of a low carbohydrate and very low carbohydrate (ketogenic) diet in their Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.

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Old Wed, Jun-01-22, 18:26
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Big (admission) statement, a sea change in the dialogue. Iím hoping the message will continue to expand in providing a healthy, endorsed nutritional pathway
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Phone must have lost my comment, but like Rob, I'm amazed at what a couple of decades can do
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And millions of deaths.
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