Pros and Cons of a Macrobiotic Diet
What happens when you put diabetics on a diet composed of largely whole grains, vegetables, and beans?
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Stay tuned for the thrilling conclusion in Benefits of a Macrobiotic Diet for Diabetes (http://bit.ly/benefits-of-a-macrobiot…).
The pros and cons remind me of a video I did on four ways of Improving on the Mediterranean Diet (http://bit.ly/improving-on-the-medite…).
I’ve got dozens of other videos on preventing and treating diabetes with diet. How Not to Die from Diabetes (http://bit.ly/how-not-to-die-from-dia…) is a good place to start.
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