How to Achieve Near-Normal Blood Sugar with Type 1 Diabetes
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November 11, 2016
Dr. Keith Runyan, MD is a retired physician previously in private practice in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dr. Runyan specialised in internal medicine, nephrology, and obesity medicine. He practiced emergency medicine for ten years before starting his private practice in 2001. In February 2012, he began the diet for the treatment of is diabetes and learned that this diet was also effective for the treatment of numerous other conditions, including obesity. He added obesity medicine to his practice and became board-certified in obesity medicine in December 2012. Dr. Runyan completed an Ironman-distance triathlon on October 20, 2012, in a state of nutritional ketosis and feeling great. In 1998, he developed type 1 diabetes at the age of 38. Dr. Runyan controlled his diabetes was fairly well with intensive insulin therapy but was plagued with frequent hypoglycaemic episodes. In 2011, while training for an Ironman-distance triathlon, Dr. Runyan was looking for a better way to treat his diabetes and perform endurance…