Exercise. Commitment to exercise has allowed a number of people to successfully reverse their type 2 diabetes. Exercise helps the body to become more sensitive to its insulin. In combination with a healthy diet, exercise can reduce the demand for insulin in the body and therefore help reverse diabetes
How to Reverse Diabetes (eBook)
- The definitive guide to curing type 2 diabetes safely, quickly and naturally.
- Includes meal plans and an exercise guide.
- Written by metabolic health expert, Ben Ong.
- Suitable for anyone who is at risk of, or has been diagnosed with, type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes.
- Digital-only version
This digital ebook provides an evidence-based explanation of the real causes and costs of type 2 diabetes. This vital information reveals exactly what caused your diabetes, why type 2 diabetes is becoming more and more common and exactly how and what you can do about it.
Using the latest peer-reviewed, scientific research, backed by the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes UK and dozens of other international diabetes research and charitable organizations; this digital ebook lays out an easy step by step method to lower your HBA1c levels, restore insulin health and reverse type 2 diabetes… In less than 90 days without using drugs or side effects!
It also examines the side effects of a number of diabetes drugs that are currently on the market, arming you with the information you need to make an informed decision about your health. It also digs deep to reveal the truth behind those ineffective diabetes supplements and show you what actually works and what is just a scam.
This ebook contains a complete diabetes meal guide and and exercise plans, making this the definitive guide to reversing type 2 diabetes.
- Uncover the real causes of type 2 diabetes, why your doctor is wrong about FAT and why type 2 is becoming increasingly common.
- Find out which commonly prescribed diabetes drugs & supplements DO and DO NOT work… and which ones are doing you more harm than good.
- Learn the scientifically proven diet that helps you cut stubborn belly fat and reverse your type 2 diabetes in only 90 days
- AND – Discover a proven, natural, step-by-step method to lowering HBA1c levels and restoring Insulin health.
Why don’t we take a look at what you’ll find inside?
The 7 MOST COMMON mistakes that ALL diabetics make! (Page 41-42)
The ten signs of insulin resistance that you MUST know in order to fight back! (Page 19-20)
The ONE thing you should be focusing on to combat diabetes! (Page 21)
The 3 tests that you need to have your doctor do immediately! (Page 21)
The 5 damaging events that happen with diabetes, and what to do about them! (Page 24)
The 14 risk factors for Type 2 Diabetes you need to watch for (You’ll NEVER expect #13…) (Page 30)
The essential vitamins you don’t have enough of if you’re diabetic! (Page 34)
The 7 myths that you need to know NOW, before you get started curing your diabetes! (Page 43-44)
The best “drug” for diabetes that NO ONE in Big Pharma wants to admit! (Page 48)
The specific dietary principles you NEED to follow to cure your diabetes! (Page 49-50)
The all-natural nutritional supplements that will MASSIVELY accelerate the curing of your diabetes! (Page 61-62)
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- Comes, with spare lancets and prepaid envelope.
- Not available for NY state
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How to Cure Diabetes
- That 2016 version of the definitive guide to curing diabetes safely, quickly and naturally
- The latest research and science in easy to understand, plain English
- Written by diabetes, prostate and metabolic disease expert Ben Ong
- A revolutionary guide referred to by doctors and patients alike
1. What is diabetes?
Simply put, diabetes is a disorder of blood sugar (glucose) and insulin. In diabetes, something is wrong with the way a person makes and/or uses insulin, a pancreatic hormone that lowers blood sugar by moving it out of the bloodstream and into the body’s cells.
Type 1 diabetes results when, for autoimmune or other rare reasons, the pancreas becomes damaged and fails to produce insulin. This form of diabetes is most often diagnosed in childhood but can occur in adults.
In type 2 diabetes, there are defects in both the production of insulin by the pancreas (insulin deficiency) and the use of insulin by the body (insulin resistance). When damage to the pancreas’ insulin-producing cells progresses to the point where the pancreas can no longer spontaneously release enough insulin to overcome the body’s resistance to it, blood sugar levels rise.
Excess glucose in the blood is a problem because it can damage blood vessels. What’s more, the body’s tissues can’t effectively use glucose for energy because too much of it stays in the bloodstream instead of entering the cells.
It is important to recognize that high glucose levels are a consequence of an underlying process that has been going on for years before blood sugar becomes high. To explain: early on the road to developing high blood sugar and getting diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, an insulin-resistant person usually has too much insulin in the blood. This is due to the pancreas reacting to the death and/or dysfunction of its insulin-producing beta cells.
Essentially, the pancreas realizes that it has two problems: its overall ability to make insulin is getting worse, and the insulin that it is able to make isn’t working very well. So, the pancreas cranks out more insulin to flood the body’s insulin receptors and overcome the resistance. This works to keep blood sugars normal, until so much beta cell function is lost that the pancreas can no longer crank out excess insulin
Other than its implications for blood glucose and progression of type 2 diabetes, why is it bad to have high insulin levels?
Insulin increases the storage of fat and reduces the body’s ability to use fat for fuel. This can lead to weight gain, which plays an integral role in the development and worsening of insulin resistance. Left unchecked, you can see how this will lead to a vicious cycle: insulin resistance leads to high insulin levels, which make it easier to gain weight by accumulating fat, which increases insulin resistance, which leads to high insulin levels, which leads to more weight gain, and so on goes the cycle.
The good news is that diet and exercise can help decrease insulin resistance and its associated weight gain, which may help prevent or even reverse diabetes.
2. Testing blood sugar
Our guide on what you need to know about blood sugar can help you learn more about both high and low blood sugar. This guide focuses specifically on the high blood sugar levels that occur in diabetes.
How do you know if you have too much sugar in your blood? If you don’t know already, it’s simple to test in a few seconds, either in your doctor’s office or with your own inexpensive blood glucose meter.
If you are testing your blood sugar at home, read and follow the directions that come with your blood sugar meter. For most meters, the general procedure goes like this:
- With clean hands, place a test strip in your blood sugar meter.
- Prick the side of a finger with the lancet to draw a drop of blood.
- Place the tip of the test strip on the drop of blood.
- After a few seconds, the blood sugar meter will give you a reading.
Compare your own blood sugar reading with the ranges below:
- Normal blood sugar: Less than 100 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L ) after fasting overnight, and up to 140 mg/dL (7.8 mmol/L ) two hours after a meal
- Prediabetes: Between 100-125 mg/dL (5.6-7.0 mmol/L) after fasting overnight
- Diabetes: 126 mg/dL (7.0 mmol/L) or higher after fasting overnight, or higher than 200 mg/dL (11.1 mmol/L) at any time
Keep in mind that glucometer readings are not considered accurate enough to make a diagnosis of diabetes or prediabetes. If your blood sugar is high on a glucometer, ask your doctor to run a regular blood test to confirm the diagnosis. Also, keep in mind that a single abnormal blood sugar reading is not sufficient to secure a diagnosis of diabetes; at least two are needed.
If you are already on a low-carbohydrate diet and you are concerned about the measurements you’re getting, find out how a low-carb diet affects blood sugar measurements.