To Beat Diabetes – Go Plant-Based or Low-Carb? Resolve the Conflict & Diabetes Retreats

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Dennis Pollock, of Beat Diabetes, discusses the plant-based vs low-carb approach to beating diabetes, and shares important insights that at least one plant-based doctor has in common with the low-carb folks.

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  • @ellen9579 says:

    Jesus Breaks Every Chain…Thanks for the reminder, Dennis!

  • @Crimepaysaskapolitician says:

    I do both, sometimes several days on end I’m strictly Carnivore. Other days I include a small amount of plant carbohydrates. Always using my meter, I find no significant difference.

    • @louisacapell says:

      Plant based will kill you, though. Nothing wrong with enjoying a little fruit or veg every now and then, but a PLANT BASED diet is deadly.

    • @Crimepaysaskapolitician says:

      @@louisacapell lots of things kill.

    • @louisacapell says:

      @Crimepaysaskapolitician  yes, That’s why we avoid them.
      If I had the choice between eating a diet that I know would help me be healthier, and feel good, and live longer, or eating a diet that I know would cause health problems and make me feel bad and cause me to die sooner, the choice is pretty easy.

  • @alanking5116 says:

    Excellent video!!!! Thank you Dennis for ALL the helpful information you have given me and a lot of others!!!!

  • @DutchCarnivore says:

    Great video! Managing your diabetes is not about meat vs. plants, it’s just the carbohydrates.

  • @balasandarkalieannan300 says:

    What a fantastic reminder thank you Mr. Dennis. God blessed 🙏

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  • @suzyn9119 says:

    That shirt color is beautiful! Lovely blue……

  • @glasswinder says:

    I’ve been watching this channel for a long time and when I got my cgm I could see exactly what Pastor Dennis was sharing and I feel I’m on the right path. Thank you sir and thank God for leading me here.

  • @kostar500 says:

    Diabetes really does exist on a spectrum… and left untreated will become more severe… symptoms are reversible but the core T2 diabetes disease shall remain

  • @marypaino1327 says:

    Here is my major concern, Prof Bart Kay makes a cocky statement that protein does not raise blood glucose but in a large population protein does continue increase glucose (not in high spikes) and is resistant to immediate lowering as many seem to experience. Wish he would modify his position that ignores those who do not reverse insulin resistance with ease

  • @deborahjanik1116 says:

    Thank you for another great video Dennis

  • @goshimasworld says:

    All I know is that healthcare is a huge business.
    1. Giant food companies make money in psychologically telling people to eat their food. Money is made because the food is studied to sell as much garbage. Money is more important than health.
    2. Most of the time medical professionals are not there to see what causes the problem. Diagnose and fix the symptoms with drugs. These drugs fix the symptoms and then more is needed to fix the side-effects. If anyone is cured, then there are lesser amounts of people needing care which means less money.
    3. Drug companies do not make the best products. Curing people wouldn’t make money.

    So a person is surrounded by these three entities which do not 100% see the best outcomes. Money is the driving force. Lack of knowledge and ignorance fuels the fire.

    I personally want to know what I put into my body. I want to to how the body’s reactions and responses.

    After my kidney transplant in 2022 because of the standard American diet which caused the blood pressure to rise out of control. Now being on drugs that suppress my immune system, one symptom is diabetes. I decided to eliminate the cause.

  • @zenane2012 says:

    Greetings from Ethiopia. That was very educational. Thank you, Dennis.

  • @carlking8530 says:

    I have run several tests on myself eating KFC, The last one (last week) , my BS meter said that before my supper meal my BS was 87. One hour and 15 minutes after eating 4 pieces of KFC with a little salad, my BS was only 109. I was eating the original recipe not the extra crispy. So I feel that I’m safe enjoying KFC When I have a craving for fried chicken.

  • @rosebailey3537 says:

    Thank you for your continued hard work for all of us❤ many blessings to you and yours!❤🙏❤

  • @JxT1957 says:

    i reversed my prediabetes from 6.1 to 5.3 by eating a lot less carbs without eliminating them. for one example when i order a burger i throw away the bottom half of the bun and no sugary drinks.

  • @slugo915 says:

    Watch Dr Berry’s video he shared other day. Has another doc on which was a surgeon and she said stay away from all yes All grains! The myths are being out finally. Gm Dennis and godbless 🙏

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