A research project targeting people with diabetes (Type 1 and Type 2) has been started by Dr. Richard Feinman and Jimmy Moore.

See here for all the details.

Although Jimmy Moore's site is low-carb, they're looking for personal experiences from all people with diabetes, regardless of their dietary preferences.

The more people who participate, the better the data will be.

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After reading the description, I'm still left with lots of questions about this. Is this just an on-line collection of stories? How exactly is Dr. Feinman involved? Is there a charter for the project? Are the stories anonymous and how do you protect against bogus "Durianrider" stories? Is this a funded study and is it subect to IRBs? What exactly the relationship to Dr. Feinmans presetation at the ORI conference. Does he intend to use these as examples? I might be willing to share, but.
This is not my study, so I can't answer all these questions. Re using these as examples, if you don't want your story to be public, you should say that when you send your information (if you do).

I'd suggest asking those questions on Dr. Feinman's blog here.
I'll do that. The link you provided to Dr. Feinman's blog actually gave a lot more info on the project. Thanx
Dr. Feinman responded to my questions and said he will post more info tonight on his blog.
Good.
Here is my diet: "If it tastes good, don't eat it."
grin

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