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What percent of calories come from carbohydrates in virtually all published studies on the Paleo diet and blood sugar disorders?CorrectIncorrect
Carbohydrates, whether from pizza and beer or sweet potatoes and berries, have the same impact on human physiology.CorrectIncorrect
Which patients should not use intermittent fasting to help with hyperglycemia?CorrectIncorrect
What is the advantage of the protein-sparing modified fast diet?CorrectIncorrect
Which botanical treatment has been shown to have similar effects to metformin on the regulation of glucose metabolism?CorrectIncorrect
When taking metformin, time of day does not influence its effects.CorrectIncorrect
What is one of the primary causes of hypoglycemia in children?CorrectIncorrect
What are the criteria for Whipple’s Triad?CorrectIncorrect
Which non-glucose-related lab result can contribute to dysglycemia?CorrectIncorrect
Which lifestyle interventions need different adjustments for hypoglycemia vs. hyperglycemia?CorrectIncorrect