Can Diabetes Be Cured Permanently

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Is There A Diabetes Cure?

With all the research on diabetes and advances in diabetes treatments, it's tempting to think someone has surely found a diabetes cure by now. But the reality is that there is no cure for diabetes -- neither type 1 diabetes nor type 2 diabetes. (Although lifestyle changes can achieve remission in type 2 diabetes in some cases.) However, there are treatments, including simple things you can do daily, that make a big difference. No. Natural therapies such as deep abdominal breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, guided imagery, and biofeedback can help relieve stress. And emotional stress affects your blood sugar levels. So learning to relax is important in managing your diabetes. Supplements don't cure diabetes, either. Some natural supplements may interact dangerously with your diabetes medication. Others have been shown to help improve your diabetes, but always check with your doctor before taking any supplement. Be skeptical about claims of a diabetes cure. A genuine cure will have been tested repeatedly in clinical trials with clear success. Even though there's no diabetes cure, diabetes can be treated and controlled, and some people may go into remission. To manage diabetes e Continue reading >>

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  1. Nonocat

    Can diabetes or prediabetes be cured? Not controlled, but cured?

    Can type 2 diabetes or pre diabetes be cured? Anyone have experience with this?
    Most of the information I've been finding on this is just about it being reversed.
    I would like to know if it can be cured. As in, can someone eventually eat a piece of birthday cake and not get a spike ?

  2. furball64801

    We have been asked this 100s of times, some say yes and some say no. Definition of cured means you can eat anything and have blood sugar under 100 and a lot depends on what made or caused the numbers to rise in the first place. Some lose weight and control it, can they eat tons of garbage and lets say cake and or ice cream daily maybe never. If it could be cured this site would not be here, but for many it can be controlled with diet, exercise and weight loss that never did a thing for me but hey were all very different.

  3. FastingGlucose

    Originally Posted by Nonocat
    Can type 2 diabetes or pre diabetes be cured? Anyone have experience with this?
    Most of the information I've been finding on this is just about it being reversed.
    I would like to know if it can be cured. As in, can someone eventually eat a piece of birthday cake and not get a spike ? My personal opinion is that it depends on how much damage has been done to the pancreas. But there have been people on this forum who were diagnosed and now can eat a high carb meal like a piece of cake and not spike. But obviously if they go back to their old ways the diabetes will eventually come back.

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