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Type 2 Diabetes Is A Fully Curable Disease

Type 2 diabetes is a fully curable disease. And still conventional medicine treat it as the opposite – as a chronic and progressive disease. We try to mask the symptoms and slow down the complications, instead of curing it! It’s quite easy to prove that type 2 diabetes is a curable disease. Have a look at this chart of the number of required drugs for treating the disease, over 12 months on three different treatments in a 2012 study: The top graph is conventional treatment. Everyone starts out on three different medications and they keep having to take the drugs. This is what we normally do. It simply does not work as a cure and may even make the diabetes worse. The bottom two graphs are common variants of obesity surgery, where a large (healthy) part of the stomach is removed. Many patients suddenly don’t need drugs anymore, their diabetes completely goes away! The point is not to recommend surgery that removes healthy organs – I don’t recommend that. The point it that type 2 diabetes is a fully curable disease. Luckily it’s not even necessary to remove healthy organs to do so, it’s also possible by just changing your lifestyle. Here’s a longer post on the subject Continue reading >>

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  1. Evie

    I heard one cannot reverse diabietes. But it's a bit confusing to me. If I control my diet and my blood sugar level is back in the normal range, does that mean I still have diabetes? In what way is diabetes not reversible? Thanks!

  2. jpg391

    Evie:
    I heard one cannot reverse diabietes. But it's a bit confusing to me. If I control my diet and my blood sugar level is back in the normal range, does that mean I still have diabetes? In what way is diabetes not reversible? Thanks!
    Yes, you still have diabetes even if your blood sugar is back in the normal range. The genetic issue associated with type 2 diabetes is still there. I hope that some day that there will be a cure for all forms of diabetes.

  3. miss-b-haven

    I think using the term "reverse" can be confusing. Some people take it to mean that they are no longer a diabetic. I prefer the term "control". If I returned to the same diet and low exercise lifestyle I had before, those BG numbers would definitely rise. By maintaining what I am doing now I'm able to keep my BG down.
    Karen
    diet and exercise

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