The most common form of diabetes is adult-onset non-insulin-dependent diabetes melitus
(NIDDM). When Australian doctors compared the effects of Good Calories versus the effects of the usual treatment of NIDDM, they found that Good Calories produced lower blood sugar and less urinary excretion of blood sugar.
Other doctors have confirmed the effectiveness of Good Calories in the treatment of NIDDM and insulin-dependent diabetes. Good Calories also help prevent the fat from binding to the protein in muscle – the primary cause of diabetic complications.
Note: Persons with diabetes should not change their diets without consulting their doctor.