Reverse Diabetes

Some Information

Today I am going to talk about how to “reverse” Diabetes. I know that this topic Is controversial to many people and even doctors. The one thing I like to do Is give facts when facts are present and for years I’ve studied how to “reverse” diabetes. All doctors are different and approach diabetes differently, The management of diabetes depends on whether your doctor focuses on prescriptions or takes a more holistic approach. Some doctors will decide whether or not you need Insulin medication and how much. Others will advise you on “diet and lifestyle” changes that can help.

Diabetes Is one of those conditions where conversations with your doctor will be much more productive If you have some Information about what’s going on. I like to always If possible to take a more Holistic approach to medicine. I don’t like to put things In my body that will do more harm over time. Everything Is mental. If you think you will have diabetes for the rest of your life then you will. With everything dealing with health, fitness, and nutrition you want to achieve optimal health than you need to start with your thinking. 

The first thing you need to do Is do your own research and talk to your doctor about what you think Is best. Only you know your body. If you want to take a more holistic approach that you want to talk to your doctor seriously about It. The thing about doctors Is that the Information they give you Is what they were taught In medical school. Your Doctor most likely won’t have a nutrition certification. You aren’t going to talk to your doctor about a vegan “diet” most likely he’ll say that being vegan Is bad and you need meat protein to live a healthy life. Unless your doctor has a certification In diet and nutrition just don’t waste your time.

Insulin

Let’s talk Insulin for a moment. Insulin Is a hormone produced by the pancreas. Its function Is to allow other cells to transform glucose Into energy throughout your body. Without Insulin, cells are starved for energy and must seek an alternate source. We all know that high blood sugar Is bad. So how can lowering It with Insulin be toxic? In addition to regulating the level of glucose In the blood, Insulin acts as a general signal to all cells to start drawing nutrients from the blood. Without Insulin, cells will essentially starve as they are unable to transport many nutrients Into the cell. Insulin also stimulates cells In the liver to restore glycogen and turn any excess sugar into fatty acids. The body stops breaking down fat in tissue for energy when Insulin Is present and uses sugar, fatty acids and proteins in the blood as energy.

Did you know that you can overdose on Insulin? Insulin Is a prescription given to people with type 1 diabetes and some other conditions. High Intake of Insulin that Increase mimic Insulin or Increases Its effectiveness can excessively lower blood sugar, resulting In hypoglycemia. Severe hypoglycemia can cause the brain to shut down, resulting In In coma and death. Symptoms are mainly due to decreased brain activity including fatigue, headache, confusion, hunger, and weakness.

Now I know what you’re thinking. How do I reverse diabetes? Well, I am about to tell you. 

How To Reverse Diabetes

If you want to seriously reverse diabetes than you need to change your thinking about conventional medicine. Modern medicine Is what I call band-aids. The band-aid stays on for so long. Usually, once the band-aid comes off more problems are under It.

Diet alone can help reverse diabetes. There Is considerable evidence from clinical trials that a “diet” low In refined carbohydrates Is one of  the most scientifically proven approaches, especially when considering not only Its effect on blood glucose levels, but also the effects It exerts In reducing the sequelae of diabetes, such as high cholesterol levels, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and other complications. The treatment of diabetes with natural medicine also Involves trying to achieve Ideal blood glucose control and metabolic targets, as well as reducing the risk of the complications of diabetes.

1.) One of the centerpiece supplements for Type 2 diabetes is highly viscous dietary fiber products. A good high-potency multiple vitamin and mineral formula Is also a must and should provide 200 to 400 mcg of chromium – a key mineral in the proper utilization of insulin. 

Here Is some other proper utilization of Insulin: (Alpha lipoic acid (400 to 600 mg), which not only helps improve insulin action but also helps prevent and reverse diabetic nerve disease.)(Flavonoid-rich extracts like bilberry, grape seed, or pine bark, which are extremely Important In protecting against the long-term complications of diabetes.)(Onions and garlic, which have demonstrated blood-sugar-lowering action in several studies and help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.)( The oral administration of mulberry extract, cinnamon extract, or extracts of Gymnema Sylvestre, which have all been shown to produce very good results in improving blood sugar control.)

2.) Stay Away From the White Stuff: Almost anything that Is processed Is white. White or processed grains and sugars cause rapid Increases In blood sugar and Insulin, contributing to weight gain and Insulin Resistance. Eliminate white bread, white pasta, white rice, white potatoes and white sugar. Eating whole, unprocessed grains In moderation Is a better choice.

3.) Learn To Read Labels: We all read labels the difference Is most of us who read the labels mainly look at the sugar and fat content In that product. Soda, bottled juice, tea, and energy drinks and processed foods contain huge amounts of sugar, Always In the form of high fructose corn syrup. High fructose corn syrup is especially dangerous because It does not stimulate hormones that control appetite and the feeling of satiety. Even If you are full, your brain does not get the signal to stop eating or drinking.

4.) Get Moving: Yes, get moving more. We all know that exercise helps with heart health and over health In general. But did you know that If you are Diabetic that by exercising Improves insulin-resistance and helps to maintain proper weight? A minimum of 2.5 hours of moderate Intensity cardiovascular exercise weekly, In addition to two to three days of strength training. Getting five hours of moderate-Intensity exercise weekly has additional cardiovascular benefits.

5.) Deficiencies:  Studies have shown that many Type II diabetics are deficient in minerals such as chromium and magnesium. Food sources of minerals Include leafy green vegetables such as broccoli, kale, chard, bok choy, and collard greens. Other sources Include whole grains, beans, peas, nuts, and seeds.

6.) More Fiber: Foods high In fiber slow the release of glucose from food. Choosing foods high In fiber, such as whole fruit, vegetables, and beans slows down the release of glucose Into the bloodstream.

Bottom Line: The bottom line Is that dietary and lifestyle habits must change In order to control blood sugar naturally. These are lifelong changes that will provide health benefits for years to come.

 

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