I’d be more concerned with the processed and junk food in your diet than any whole food that contains carbs. Big difference between bananas and candy bars!
Recently I received a question asking which carbohydrate foods I recommend to somene who has issues metabolizing sugar properly like Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS), insulin resistance, sugar sensitivity, etc. Personally, what I find to be most important is first to get onto a super healthy diet eliminating all the processed food and junk food. After that, if need be, in today’s video I go over what other modifications and adjustments one can make to their already healthy diet to maintain balanced blood sugar levels.
What do I think of super low carb diets for women, and putting their body into ketosis? Here’s my opinion and a few suggestions to those that are already doing this type of diet or thinking about it.
I don’t think the rules of food combining work for everyone. For myself, I don’t follow them because I find it to be quite detrimental on my blood sugar and energy levels. Depending where someone is at on their health journey, what their diet is currently like, and their health history, food combining can work for some, and not work for others. Here’s my opinion!