It's been a long time since I lost count of the number of people who had completely cured their diabetes and stopped taking all the related medications following a Spud Fit Challenge. My favorite story was that of Robert, who had lived with type 2 diabetes for more than 30 years. He had tried everything, had followed the doctor's orders religiously and had had limited success. He decided to try the Spud Fit Challenge and in just two weeks he stopped taking all the medications, his blood sugar and insulin levels were consistently good! Six months later, he had made a successful transition to a diet based on whole-food plants and was still free of all the symptoms of diabetes.
The above paragraph is my standard answer when people ask me how the potato will affect their diabetes. It sounds extreme but in my experience the results are typical. This works for everyone, every time. Science is so well established about this that it really should be common knowledge. Why this is not something your doctor will probably tell you is a publication for another time.
This week, Laura asked me to explain why potatoes are so good at treating diabetes. I wanted to know the mechanism behind everything. So today I will try to explain this.
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