In this interview http://diabeteshealth.com/read/2012/08/31/7634/why-do-we-crave-carbohydrates–/
DrB says:“People with type 1 diabetes, who have no beta cells and make no insulin, are missing all of their amylin. They do not have the satiety hormone that tells them they are full”.
The same he writes in the book, suggesting some complimentary drugs for managing hunger or hoodia gordoni or hypnose. But sometimes it feels like he thinks. people miss discipline not sticking to his regime. Especially I feel like he is trying to tell that in his e-book there he answers questions, “Beating dabetes”. He never mentiones difficulties of adapting his WOE and challenges on the way. Does he mention extra sodium intake? May be I’ve missed it.
I don’t know but to eat the same amount of everything day after day… It is a lot of discipline and a lot of planning. The same as eating 5 hours prior to sleep. And it seems rather easy to nuke cheese between papers and enjoy it, as well as jello for dessert :-).
At the same time people starting LCHF diets say that they are not hungry at all, they don’t need to snack etc.
Are you guys hungry? I am experiencing tremendous hunger this week and try to eat more fat, that is the mistake newbies do on lchf if feeling hungry. But it makes me feel sick and spike me hours later even with extended bolus. and I am gaining weight, not loosing it.
What am I doing wrong?