I don’t think any nutrition courses are taught in medical school. Too bad.
Now hospitals have whole “nutrition” teams. You can get consultations while loved one is in hospital.
So surely they know.
They just don’t seem to care.
I try my best to keep any “added” grams of sugar to less than 25 grams a day, not easy.
That is when I’m behaving myself. Sometimes I fall off the wagon. :)
That's by design. Long story, and as insidious as any deep state plot you've ever heard of.
“I dont think any nutrition courses are taught in medical school. Too bad.”
They do a bit, but it’s the government ‘guidelines’ that drive everything, and guess who gets to write those:
Yep, a bunch of Vegans and Animal Rights types. And the fact that these ‘guidelines’ are now literally killing people (diabetics in particular), doesn’t matter to them - what counts is that less cows are being eaten, that simple.
The ‘guidelines’ are effectively laws for the medical practice - tell someone to cut way back on Carbs, the doctor puts his license at risk, along with putting his practice in financial jeopardy. There are doctors who know they dispensing horrific advice, but they either do that, or put everything they’ve worked for at risk. It is also very difficult to deal with mentally - when your job is to keep people healthy...easier to just keep doing it and act dumb about it.
Watch Dr. Berg on YouTube, the only nutrition course you need.