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From: Mila (188.2.83.101)
Subject:         Fats and sugars
Date: May 12, 2013 at 12:30 pm PST

Dear Dr. Graham,

I have a question about fats and fruits. From what I learnt so
far, it is not sugar that causes prolonged rise in glucose,
but too much fat in the cells and the blood. Now, if someone
eats SAD and have problems with high sugar / diabetes II /
candida proliferation... and decides to switch to 811, should
there be any carefully conducted transition? That is, once
when the cells and the blood are not coated with fats, sugar
from fruit won't be causing problem. But, what until they
clear up?

I am looking forward to your answer Dr. Graham and I would
like to express my gratitude for wonderfully easy
understandable explanations in the book "The 80 10 10 Diet".

Mila

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