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Topic Title: Study: Sugar Can Ease McArdle's Disease
Created On: 01/13/2004 12:09 PM
 
 01/13/2004 12:09 PM

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debbylynns

In the news today:Study: Sugar Can Ease McArdle's DiseaseI manage my McArdle's disease with a high protein diet. I exercise daily watching my heartrate with a Polar monitor. I eat a high protein diet before I exercise. Sugary food on a regular basis makes me very weak and results in poorer exercise and daily muscle strength. I believe this study is very flawed. Yes, sugar will help for an exercise study as this. But it does not apply to longterm treatment or a cure. The study is very misleading and dangerous. Eating a high protein breakfast will yield the same result as will exercising on a daily basis.
     
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