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I know your time is limited, and this site is very big--90,000 words at last count--so here's a quick rundown of what you'll find in its pages. The emphasis is on teaching you how to bring your blood sugars down to the level that peer reviewed research has shown will prevent complications. The statements you'll find here are not just opinions. They're backed up by mainstream medical research which you can read--and evaluate--for yourself as we provide links to the actual journal articles.

Here's a summary of the most important topics you'll find on this site. Each topic is followed by a link or links to the pages that go into each point in detail.

You Can Avoid Deterioration and Complications No Matter How Bad Your Blood Sugar is Right Now

There are many more topics covered on this site, but these are the ones that are most important. I invite you to come and read the whole site when you have time. The information you find here could save your health!

Our Diabetes Update Blog is Where You'll Find a Wealth of Articles and the Latest Diabetes News

You'll find our blog HERE. There are almost 500 articles posted there which cover research and topics of interest to people with diabetes. Use the "Search" you'll find on either the blog or this web site to find articles that answer your questions and address your concerns

The "Updates to Blood Sugar 101" Blog Is Another Blog That Helps You Keep up with Updates to This Site

All changes to this site are posted in a second, special update blog. Each blog entry lists a change made to the pages here, with a link to the changed page and a brief description of the change.

Here's the Site Update Blog

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This site is huge. You'll find a Google search bar you can use to find what you are looking for at the top of the left hand column of every page. This search will search both the Blood Sugar 101 main site and main blog.

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Now There's a Book Version of This Site's Content

Take it to the beach with you. Give it to your friends or relatives who are having trouble controlling their blood sugars.

Blood Sugar 101: What They Don't Tell You About Diabetes presents the information found on this site in a logically organized, easy-to-read form.

Check it out and read the reviews HERE.

How to Leave Feedback and Communicate with Us

Jenny Ruhl, the author of this site, welcomes your emails which you can send to the address you'll find on the "Contact the Author" page you'll find linked at the top of every page.

Please keep in mind that Jenny is not a doctor and cannot answer specific questions about your medical condition or that of a family member. She cannot help you collect evidence for legal actions involving medical malpractice. She does not give diet advice beyond suggesting that you try the technique you'll find described HERE.

Jenny's research into the validity of claims made for various kinds of low carb diets is the subject of her latest book, Diet 101: The Truth About Low Carb Diets. If you are concerned about the long term health effects of a low carb diet, this book will give you a much better idea of what the real challenges are that face those who attempt to eat this way over the long term. Like all Jenny's writing, this book avoids evangelizing for any one solution to the complex health problems many of us face, keeping in mind that even when we share a symptom, be it high blood sugar or a weight problem, our individual physiologies differ and each one of us must carefully study the alternatives and choose solutions that work for our own unique situation.

 

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