Carbohydrate Restriction With Postmeal Walking Effectively Mitigates Postprandial Hyperglycemia And Improves Endothelial Function In Type 2 Diabetes
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This paper contains additional data from another entry. In a randomized crossover trial, 16 overweight/obese participants with type 2 diabetes were assigned to either a ketogenic diet with less than 10% carbohydrate, 25% protein, and the rest fat, or an isocaloric low-fat, low-glycemic index diet with 55% of calories as carbohydrate, 20% as fat, and 25% as protein for 4 days each, with 9-14 days washout between conditions. All food was provided.
5 participants dropped out, leaving 11 for analysis. There was no notable effect of the ketogenic diet on flow-mediated dilation, but it worsened in the high carbohydrate group, the difference being statisticaqlly significant. The ketogenic diet group say an increase in c-reactive protein while the high carbohydrate group saw no change, but the difference wasn't statistically significant. There was also a significant reduction in endothelial microparticles in the ketogenic group. Other vascular outcomes can be found in the "values" boxes in their respective HEM entries.