The hypoglycemia of today is the type 2 diabetes of tomorrow. -Dr. Seale Harris
Hypoglycemia, like most metabolic disorders, is primarily diet driven. However, so much information about diet and nutrition is confusing. This public television program, featuring Dr. Robert Lustig, provides clear, easy to follow advice, based on the current science.
“You would never give your child a can of beer but you don’t think twice about giving them a can of soda,” says Dr. Robert Lustig, a neuroendocrinologist at UCSF and the founder of the Institute for Responsible Nutrition. He is fed up that so many children come to his clinic with diet-related disease, such as type 2 diabetes. His efforts to fix this epidemic are showcased in a public television special Sweet Revenge: Turning the Tables on Processed Food. Viewed by over one million people on 400 public television stations, this PBS program addresses health problems associated with our standard American diet and how this affects children and adults in the U.S. and worldwide.
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