Secrets to Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Revealed!
Lessons from those who are in “remission”
A new study just came out showing that some people are able to single-handedly reverse their type 2 diabetes.
This study was exciting, inspiring, and hopeful, but here’s what it wasn’t:
The mainstream treats diabetes like it’s an incurable disease, and puts its victims on a lifetime regimen of prescription drugs designed to manage the condition.
But you can do better.
Countless studies have shown that you can REVERSE this deadly condition, and finally take back control of your life… and your future.
In most of these previous studies, however, the people who successfully cured diabetes either had bariatric surgery or were part of a clinical trial that involved drastic calorie restriction.
Both can be successful (although I have major issues with bariatric surgery), but they come with one major problem: Most people with diabetes aren’t going to be undergoing this type of surgery or participating in this type of study.
This particular study was different because it showed that people were able to reverse their diabetes completely on their own.
Researchers looked at data on more than 162,000 type 2 diabetics, and found that five percent of them were able to achieve remission completely on their own.
Most appeared to have achieved their remarkable success through weight loss and lifestyle changes.
They also noted that the individuals tended to have had lower blood sugar levels at the time of their diagnosis, and to never have taken blood-sugar-lowering medications to begin with.
The study authors used the word “remission” to explain what these individuals experienced. I don’t like that word because it assumes the benefit is temporary.
But like any medical condition that is directly caused—or helped—by lifestyle changes, you’re in charge of your fate.
These kinds of results can be as temporary—or permanent—as you make them.
The researchers defined remission as “achieving normal glycemic measures without using glucose-targeted medications.”
Hmm… normal blood glucose without the need for drugs sure sounds like a CURE to me!
But let’s not split hairs over words.
If you’re able to come off your medications, lower your risk of complications, and extend your lifespan (all “side effects” of NOT having diabetes), then I don’t care what you call it.
I call it a success.
Of course, please consult with your doctor before changing your routine, or going off of your meds.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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