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Kanchana Lakshmi Prasanna Angati, MD, of CARE Hospitals in Visakhapatnam, India, led a team that followed 110 patients (ratio of men to women, 3:1) aged 35 to 60 years who had a BMI of either 26 kg/m2 or 27 kg/m2 and changed their eating habits to reflect a low carbohydrate- high fat, or ketogenic, diet. At baseline, the mean HbA1c level of patients was 7.8% and mean glucose level was 169 mg/dL.
Researchers found that after 3 months, the patients’ mean HbA1c level dropped to 6.43%, mean glucose level was 137 mg/dL (P < .0010) and BMI levels dropped to 23 kg/m2or 24 kg/m2. The number of patients taking diabetes-related medications also decreased. The only adverse event reported was mild constipation.
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