To the NIH - Please acknowledge existing science !

  • By: Lauri Cagnassola
  • Target: People with Diabetes & People Who Know People With Diabetes

National Institutes of Health re: the ACCORD Diabetes Study: "Intensively targeting blood sugar to near-normal levels ... increases risk of death. "


This statement is untrue. This study lowered blood glucose levels only by aggressive drug treatment.


Preventative measures and proven non-drug treatments are being ignored by the NIH, ADA and many other governing agencies.



There is abundant scientific evidence proving a carbohydrate restricted diet can be as effective as drugs in lowering blood glucose levels safely. Many times diet is more effective than medication in controlling diabetes - all without side effects or increased risk of death.  


I ask that the National Institutes of Health publically retract the above quoted statement. It is misleading  the public.


I  also request that the NIH acknowledge the existing science and fund more research by the experts who have experience with carbohydrate restriction as a means of treatment for diabetes.

For more info, or to help people with diabetes, please e-mail info@nmsociety.org .



Thank you.

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