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Please give credit where credit is due

MagazineMay 2003 (Vol. 14 Issue 2)Please give credit where credit is due

Your report on diabetes (WDDTY vol 13 no 12) was useful and timely, and a valuable aid for ongoing client education on the correlation between food intake and wellbeing

Your report on diabetes (WDDTY vol 13 no 12) was useful and timely, and a valuable aid for ongoing client education on the correlation between food intake and wellbeing. I was, however, rather sad to see all the credit for the relationship between high GI foods and pancreatic dysfunction attributed almost solely to the French scientist Dr Michel Montignac.

When I was doing my thesis on diabetes some time ago, I leant heavily on a book by Brian Scott Peskin called Radiant Health: Moving Beyond the Zone (Noble Publishing, 2001), which is a very significant body of research on diet and nutrition. And what of the much maligned Dr Atkins? A quick look at his original diet book is sufficient to acknowledge that the tie-up between high carbohydrate intake and insulin/glucose regulatory resistance is not new.- Helena Pike, via e-mail


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