STOP Your Insulin in 5 Days (Amazing)
Most doctors will tell you that to treat diabetes, you need to overhaul your diet.
Pass on the processed foods… cut out the carbohydrates… say no to sugar.
But you don’t need to give up the foods you love to STOP your diabetes.
Because a new study shows a groundbreaking way to REVERSE your diabetes…
And it could even get you OFF INSULIN in just 5 days.
Mention the word fasting, and most people want to run in the other direction.
Give up food? No way!
But don’t write it off just yet.
A particular type of fasting – called intermittent fasting –is easier than you might think and it could end your diabetes for GOOD.
In an observational study published in BMJ Case Reports, researchers studied three diabetic men who were taking diabetes drugs and daily insulin.
For 10 months, the participants followed an intermittent fasting meal schedule.
On the fasting days, the men could drink water, tea, or coffee during the day, and they ate a low-calorie meal in the evening.
But on the other days of the week, they could eat anything they wanted. No restrictions.
Ten months later, the results were life-changing.
The men lost weight and lowered their blood glucose.
But the truly impressive result?
They were able to STOP TAKING THEIR INSULIN after just one month of intermittent fasting. And one man stopped taking insulin in JUST FIVE DAYS.
Two of the men were able to stop taking ALL of their diabetes drugs.
And the third stopped taking two out of three.
This was an extremely small study, but the results are too impressive to write off.
Eliminating the need for diabetes drugs with something as simple as intermittent fasting is unheard of.
There are multiple ways to do intermittent fasting. You can fast for 24 hours every other day, or fast just one day per week.
Or you could do what I do, and fast for 16 hours a day, and eat for 8 (this is known as 16:8). I do this several days a week.
My advice is to start out with the 12-hour window without food, once a week, and then gradually extend the time to 16 hours.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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