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This Researcher Says Diabetes Is Not Always Chronic. Here’s How To Cure It

If you Google type 2 diabetes, reliable sources—like the National Institutes of Health website—will tell you that it’s a chronic condition. But Newcastle University researcher Roy Taylor, M.D., begs to differ. His research finds that some people are able to reverse their diabetes by going on an ultra low-calorie diet. For Dr. Taylor’s new study, 30 diabetic people ate just 700 calories daily for two months. They lost 31 pounds on average. Related: THE 21-DAY METASHRED—One Guy Lost 25 Pounds In Just 6 Weeks! Twelve of those subjects’ blood sugar levels fell below the threshold for diabetes, 126 milligrams per deciliter, as a result. Some of their levels were completely within the normal range, Dr. Taylor says, but the average fell within pre-diabetic parameters. Afterward, the researchers gave the study participants guidance on portion size to help them return to a normal diet while maintaining their new, lower weight. Six months later, all of those people were still diabetes-free. That means that as long as they keep their weight down, they no longer need to take insulin or constantly monitor their blood sugar. They’re no longer at risk for premature heart attacks and Continue reading >>

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  1. Maverik

    I have been on a keto diet for about a week and a half and Monday I came down with a bad cold. So my question is, do I need more carbs to heal quicker or will it matter. Common sense would tell me to increase the carbs and resume the diet when I am well. Any docs or med students out there that can help??

  2. Hacker

    Don't know Mavs, so I'll bump for you.

  3. MPJBR

    My personal experience is that if you get a cold while on a Keto diet, you won't get over it until you resume a more balanced diet. I am a big fan of the ketogenic diets, but they really wear down your resistance and immune system.

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