Why would fruit make you diabetic? There's no evidence supporting that. Grains and PUFA's I'll agree with you, but that's due to toxins and the hormone dysregulation that comes from a high PUFA diet loaded with inflammatory lectins.
Originally Posted by Leida
I strongly doubt what you have is blood sugar related from eating too much carbohydrate. What you're experiencing is probably from too low sodium intake and ensuing dehydration or from chronically undereating from years of serial dieting that has made you hypothyroid. Get your T3/T4/rT3/TSH checked. I would bet anything you're hypothyroid, in which case a high fruit diet rich in iodized salt is exactly what you need.
I average twice as much carbohydrate now as I did when I started Primal a year and a half ago. My fasting blood glucose has fallen from 80 (low carb constantly) to 73.
Don't put your trust in anyone on this forum, including me. You are the key to your own success.