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Dietary carbohydrate for glycemic control: Does it matter in type 1 diabetes?

This randomized controlled trial adds to the scarce literature examining the medium-term effects of a lower carb diet in people with type 1 diabetes.

Study under review: Low versus High Carbohydrate Diet in Type 1 Diabetes: A 12-week randomized open-label crossover study.

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