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Type 2 Diabetes - A Personal Journey
Ideas based on my personal experiences in learning how to manage type 2 diabetes. I stress that I am a diabetic, not a doctor nor a dietician. I have no medical qualifications beyond my own experience. Nothing written here is intended as medical advice, and any ideas you may decide to use should be discussed first with your doctor. I do not control which ads are displayed by Google Ads nor do I endorse the products advertised. Ads claiming diabetes is curable or reversible should be ignored. What is a Balanced Diet For a Type 2 Diabetic? This question came up on one of the forums I am on recently. There were many conflicting responses, often including discussion about various macronutrients (fat, protein, carbohydrates) and micronutrients (minerals, vitamins etc), the evils of sugar, cholesterol and saturated fats, the need for lots of fruit or grains etc etc. A lot of people also went into great detail about maximum and minimum percentages for fats, carbs and protein. I believe in KISS, so I try to keep it simple with easy to follow rules for my way of eating. As I have to eat this way for the rest of my life I do not want an excessively complicated food selection system. My defi
transcript Let's say that I have made a career of natural health and finding trouble-free, natural cures for diabetes has been my passion for some years now since I was set free from this severe disease. During my research, I have noticed a lot of folks asking the same question: "If there is no natural diabetes cures, then why do thousands of diabetes cases get cured naturally yearly?" This disease called diabetes has been labeled an epidemic by some health experts. There are more than sixty-two million cases of diabetic or pre-diabetic Americans. It means that twenty percent or 1 in 5 is plagued by diabetes or the problems of insulin. American Diabetes Association (ADA) still maintain that there is still no cure for diabetes and believes that insulin treatments are still the most excellent alternative to deal with diabetes. Likewise pharmaceutical companies, who have made and are still making billions of dollars off from diabetes victims. On the other hand, thousands of folks and some physicians say that diabetes can be cured naturally with simple changes to daily life and diet. So who is actually telling us the real truth? Some Facts About Natural Diabetes Cures Research carried out in the year 2003 by Duke University scientists discovered that a low carbohydrate/high fat diet caused seventeen of twenty-one subjects to decrease their usage of insulin or to stop taking it entirely after sixteen weeks. Also diabetes researchers have visited tribal folks living in countries for instance Greenland and have discovered that diabetes is really uncommon in a lot of indigenous societies. Only one in every 2,000 Inuit folks have been found to have diabetes or be pre-diabetic. So, natural diabetes cure is something we should embrace sine it does not have side effects. Furthermore, a lot of other studies are showing some surprising results, such as how to naturally reverse the effects of diabetes. I tell you this day that you have very good chance to cure your diabetes naturally in a few weeks from now. Ways To Naturally Cure Diabetes - It is true that diabetes takes years to develop, but I tell you today that it may just take 4 weeks to reverse it naturally. This can only be possible provided that you are very serious. Maybe the greater parts of your life have most likely been spent developing some bad habits, and which may have possibly played a role to the development of diabetes. It maybe difficult to you breaking those habits, but it is still possible. So, keeping up a positive attitude is very vital in your quest to natural diabetes cures. - The nutritional habits of diabetes victims are mostly filled with processed foods which are low in vitamins and minerals and high in carbohydrates. A good beginning is to stay away from processed foods, including boxed foods, canned foods, and fast food. So, raw fresh foods are always the best for diabetics. This old adage that says "you are what you eat" is the right statement to use here. You don't just eat anything you see if you really want to reverse your diabetes naturally. - Despite the fact that the American Diabetes Association recommends a diet that is rich in carbohydrates, but the truth still remain that the body ends up in converting the carbohydrates to sugar. So, staying away from carbohydrates and making food choices that are high in protein with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is the best way to go. - Another truth is that the average body is filled with plaque, cholesterol, toxins, and even more garbage that you would want to know about. Luckily, water can resolve that very fast. So, take no less than sixteen ounces every 2 hours while you are awake as it will help out and flush out your system without delay. - The best thing is to educate yourself about human body and diabetes. I am sure it won't be a surprise to you to know that lots of folks make a fortune off of your disease each year by selling expensive medicines and insulin. So, learning how to thwart the effects of diabetes with natural diabetes cures methods is something you should pay close attention to now. In 4 weeks you can naturally reverse your diabetes. I mean you can begin right now after reading this article.
Possible Cures For Type-1 In The News (december)
Here are some "bits and pieces" updates for December. Update on Dr. Faustman's Phase-II Trial of BCG Dr. Faustman's lab has published their Fall 2017 newsletter, which you can read here: This newsletter includes more information on her research, especially from the 3rd International BCG conference, The BCG Working Group, and the 2nd edition of the BCG and Autoimmunity book she edited. There are three pieces of new news there: The phase-II trial was fully enrolled in Summer of 2017. This is important because we now know when the trial will end. Since this is a five year study, they should finish collecting data in Summer of 2022 and publish before Summer of 2023. They have given BCG to the three untreated patients from their phase-I trial, so they will have data from six people to report in the future. The lab is going to be recruiting for more studies in the future, so would like to hear from anyone who is interested in participating. No details on future trials were provided. Another piece of news is that Dr. Faustman is branching out, and trying to apply BCG treatment to Fibromyalgia. This research is being done in collaboration with EpicGenetics, and they hope to start the trial
In this episode we'll introduce you to Google Blogs, a Google resource that you can use to find blogs online. This is much more effective for finding blogs than doing a traditional Google search because it will show you blogs and nothing else @ butterscotch.com: http://bit.ly/gHO12G
Diabetes Blogs And Forums
There are many resources available for people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes online, including some excellent blogs and patient forums. To connect with other people living with diabetes, or to read perspectives from other patients, we’ve compiled a list of some popular forums and blogs below (ordered alphabetically). While not exhaustive by any means, we hope this list serves as a good starting point for exploring the diabetes online community (the "DOC"). Table of Contents: Diabetes Forums Children with Diabetes – Founded in 1995, Children with Diabetes is a forum where parents and other family members of children with diabetes can connect and share information and tips about schools and daycare, sports and athletics, nutrition and food, pregnancy, and other information related to raising a child with diabetes. It was started by type 1 parent Mr. Jeff Hitchcock after his daughter Marissa was diagnosed with diabetes. CWD also holds an amazing conference, Friends for Life, every July in Orlando. Diabetes Daily Forum – Diabetes Daily contains a collection of forums where patients, family members, and others in the diabetes community can post personal stories, ask question
There is a continuum of risk for poor patient outcomes as glucose tolerance progresses from normal to overt type 2 diabetes. AACE-defined glucose tolerance categories are listed in Table 1.1 Table 1. Glucose Testing and Interpretation1 Normal High Risk for Diabetes Diabetes FPG < 100 mg/dL IFG FPG ≥100-125 mg/dL FPG ≥126 mg/dL 2-hour PG <140 mg/dL (measured with an OGTT performed 2 hours after 75 g oral glucose load taken after 8-hour fast) I ...
Sharing the good and the bad Browse Kate Cornell’s site and you’ll find quirky posts about her taste-testing a low-glycemic ice cream—“you know . . . for science”—and her first few experiences at the local gym. “I may not be a gym rat, but maybe a gym white mouse,” she writes. The Arizona-based blogger also shares diabetes-friendly recipes and tips. Her favorite carb swap: zoodles (zucchini noodles). Her posts illustrate her succe ...
Diabetes type 1 and type 2 definition and facts Diabetes is a chronic condition associated with abnormally high levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood. Insulin produced by the pancreas lowers blood glucose. Absence or insufficient production of insulin, or an inability of the body to properly use insulin causes diabetes. The two types of diabetes are referred to as type 1 and type 2. Former names for these conditions were insulin-dependent and no ...
Diabetes, or diabetes mellitus (DM), is a metabolic disorder in which the body cannot properly store and use sugar. It affects the body's ability to use glucose, a type of sugar found in the blood, as fuel. This happens because the body does not produce enough insulin, or the cells do not correctly respond to insulin to use glucose as energy. Insulin is a type of hormone produced by the pancreas to regulate how blood sugar becomes energy. An imba ...
The number of people living with diabetes in the UK has tipped over the 4 million mark for the first time, according to 2016 figures released by Diabetes UK. [Read more: Could you have diabetes? 5 hidden symptoms of diabetes that could mean you're suffering] But the good news is that because most of the 59.8% increase in diagnosis is in type 2 diabetes cases, simple diet and lifestyle changes can help reverse the trend. Diabetes UK says there are ...
When thinking of diabetes what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Insulin? Injections? Of course, these things are very important – for type 1 diabetics. However, almost 90% of all diabetics have type 2 and mostly don’t need to inject insulin. But nevertheless, having type 2 diabetes can change your life completely and you need to take good care of your health. In the UK there are more than 135 and in the US more than 1400 diabetes-r ...