REVERSE Diabetes with this “17.3%” Secret (EASY!)
The scary thing about type 2 diabetes is that once you have it, you’ll always have it. A diagnosis sets the stage for a lifetime of using drugs to help keep you blood sugar levels under control.
… at least that’s what mainstream medicine would have you believe.
And it’s a lie.
The TRUTH is that you do NOT have to be on diabetic medications for the rest of your life.
It’s possible to REVERSE your diabetes—and it’s a lot easier than you might think.
Folks, diabetes is not a death sentence.
It’s not a prison sentence, either. You do not have to be shackled to blood sugar meds for the rest of your life.
Studies are published regularly showing that you can control—and even REVERSE—your diabetes.
Research recently presented at the virtual ObesityWeek conference adds more proof.
For this study, 88 type 2 diabetics completed a weight loss program for the University of Pittsburg.
They consumed a very low-calorie diet of just 600-800 calories per day involving high-protein meal-replacement shakes for three months.
Then they reintroduced low-calorie solid foods and avoided foods that spike blood sugar.
By the end of the program, the participants lost an average of 17.3 percent of their body weight.
That was to be expected.
But the impact on their type 2 diabetes is what really stood out.
In the end, 12 percent of the participants experienced full remission of their diabetes. This means they were able to control their blood sugar without using any medications.
And 11 percent went into partial remission, meaning they could use less medication to manage their blood sugar levels.
Those who lost the most weight experienced the biggest benefit to blood sugar control.
The researchers plan to follow the patients for one year to evaluate the program’s effectiveness over time.
Other studies have also shown that limiting calorie intake through fasting can help diabetics manage insulin sensitivity and blood sugar.
Folks, the research is in, and the answer is clear.
Lose the weight, lose the diabetes.
It’s hard work, but your life—and your quality of life—depends on it.
Be sure to talk with your doctor before fasting or severely limiting your calories. While it is clearly beneficial for improving insulin sensitivity and lowering blood sugar levels, it can be risky for some people, and can lead to symptoms like muscle loss, fatigue, and low blood pressure.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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