klips32;33281 wrote: Note: If the body only gets proteins and fats, it will turn them into ketones, this means no glucose -> No activity of the pancreas -> over time leads to diabetes type 1.
The forum diet that most of the members are using does not include only proteins and fats; it advocates more vegetables than anything else.
One serving of asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, celery, green beans, and iceberg lettuce contains 2 g of sugar.
One serving of green cabbage contains 3 g of sugar.
A serving of bell pepper contains 4 g of sugar.
One serving of onion contains 9 g of sugar.
A serving of broccoli contains 4 g of sugar.
Rutabagas are recommended as an every-day-antifungal on the protocol; they contain 10 grams of sugar per serving.
Avocados can be eaten daily on the diet; one avocado contains approximately 17 grams of carbohydrates.
It’s recommended on the forum diet that (3) different vegetables are eaten at least (4) times a day and at least one vegetable with snacks.
Coconut flour bread is a staple which can be eaten at every meal on our forum diet. Coconut flour contains 32 grams of carbohydrates
per 1/2 cup.