Ketogenic diet, with or without energy restrictions, compared to low-fat diet, with or without energy restrictions, in type 1 diabetes
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What evidence is needed?
More primary research is needed.
What evidence is available?
Reliable systematic reviews that show evidence gaps:
SBU. Mat vid diabetes [Diets for diabetes: A systematic review and assessment of effects, health economic and ethical aspects]. Stockholm: Statens beredning för medicinsk och social utvärdering (SBU); 2022. SBU Utvärderar 345. More about the review
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Evidence gap identifies methods or practices for which no conclusive systematic review of benefits and harms has been published. Gaps in scientific evidence appear on the SBU website to help researchers and granting agencies identify areas that are in need of research or systematic review. An additional objective is to offer healthcare and social service providers a basis for setting priorities.