Yes, they did acknowledge low carb.
In one sentence.
“Some people will find they get better results with lower carbohydrate intake”
Hidden amongst fifteen pages in how to eat high carb.
Recently, the Ada and EASD, filled a joint position paper. Pg 12 says the following
Low carbohydrate , <26% total energy [calories] provided substantial benefit at six months but little at 24 months"
No benefit of moderate carbohydrate 26-45% [of total energy/calories]
This was published in October 2018.
Earlier this month, they released their standard SOC annual document and they state (my paraphrase)
There is no set amount of each macro that is right for all Diabetics.
Well, wonder what changed from October when they listed VERY specific amounts of carb and the results of said specific levels.
The ADA is a sham.
They suggest medication to lower glucose and a diet that raises it.
There’s no bones about it.
They care more for those drug company dollars more than they do truth and definitely we Diabetics.
On the flip
If more diabetics challenged the status quo, thought for themselves, didn’t settle for “just because” answers from their doctors, and stopped thinking “that’s what the pill’s for”
The ADA would be out of buisness, out of our hair and out of our way.
They are making stuttering steps towards the truth. But we don’t have the luxury of time. We must go after those seeking answers and truth NOW.
Every new case of complications isn’t just a statistic, it’s a real human.