Welcome on the website dedicated to a low carbohydrate, gluten free, nuts free and dairy free diet. Here you can find recipes and information about the diet which treats many health’s issues:
- diabetes type 2
- obesity and underweight ( metabolic disorders )
- polycystic ovary syndrome, PCOS
- parasites infection
- sleepiness and fatigue
- damaged hair and dry skin
The goal is to promote delicious recipes, free of sugar and low in carbohydrates, for people with high level of insulin. All mentioned problem are related to high sugar consumption. However acne is related also to a dairy allergy and intestinal disorders are associated with a gluten intolerance. Cow milk contains many hormones which aren’t necessary good for human body. Undiagnosed and untreated gluten intolerance can seriously damaged intestine. This is reason why our diet excludes sugar as well as cow milk and wheat. They all are related to the metabolic disorders. However feel free to modify our recipes if you are sure that you don’t have any dairy and gluten allergies and still you want to keep diet low in carbohydrates.
Before you start
Do the blood test and find out if you have any problems with the glucose and insulin level. Don’t test only the glucose, remember that insulin is responsible for the blood sugar level. Very often people with normal level of the glucose have already problems with the insulin. Undiagnosed insulin disorders lead to diabetes, infertility and could cause all mentioned health’s issues.
Find out your maximum daily dose of sugar intake. Examine blood sugar before breakfast, 30 and 120 minutes after breakfast. Start with the standard meal which contains 70 grams of carbohydrates. This could be two slices of bread and an orange juice.
1st blood test before breakfast. Test level of glucose and insulin in your blood. This test will show if glucose and insulin levels are normal before any sugar intake. If the level of glucose is over the norm you could have diagnosed hyperglycemia and diabetes. If the level of insulin is over the norm you could have diagnosed insulin resistance. You should definitely reduce the consumption of sugar.
2nd blood test 30 minutes after breakfast. Test level of glucose and insulin in your blood. This test will show how insulin reacts after a meal rich in carbohydrates. If the level of insulin is over the norm you could have diagnosed hiperinsulinemia. Test your daily maximum sugar intake. Repeat the blood test the next day. This time prepare a breakfast which contains only 30 gram of carbohydrates.
3rd blood test 120 minutes after breakfast. Two hours after the meal your insulin should be on the same level as it was before the breakfast. If the level of insulin will remain over norm you have to be very careful with sugar intake. Any other meal will push insulin level even higher. High level of free insulin in the blood is very dangerous for your body cells. They could develop insulin resistance. You should avoid carbohydrates during a day and save your daily limit until a dinner time.