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U-turn Type 2 Diabetes

U-turn Type 2 Diabetes

Reversing the Twin Causes of Type 2 Diabetes The work of Prof. Roy Taylor I want to introduce my readers to the life changing work of Professor Roy Taylor, Director of Newcastle Magnetic Resonance Centre, at Newcastle University in the United Kingdom. Prof. Taylor has done some amazing studies in which he showed for the first time the restoration of pancreatic function to normal levels in people recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, after an 8 week program of an extremely low 600 calorie per day diet. Prof. Taylor wrote in his Banting Memorial Lecture: It has become widely accepted that Type 2 diabetes is inevitably life-long, with irreversible and progressive beta cell damage. However, the restoration of normal glucose metabolism within days after bariatric surgery in the majority of people with Type 2 diabetes disproves this concept. There is now no doubt that this reversal of diabetes depends upon the sudden and profound decrease in food intake, and does not relate to any direct surgical effect. The Counterpoint study demonstrated that normal glucose levels and normal beta cell function could be restored by a very low calorie diet alone. Novel magnetic resonance methods were applied to measure intra-organ fat. The results showed two different time courses: a) resolution of hepatic (liver) insulin sensitivity within days along with a rapid fall in liver fat and normalisation of fasting glucose levels; and b) return of normal beta cell insulin secretion over weeks in step with a fall in pancreas fat. Now that it has been possible to observe the pathophysiological events during reversal of Type 2 diabetes, the reverse time course of events which determine the onset of the condition can be identified. The twin cycle hypothesis postulates that chronic calorie excess le Continue reading >>

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Watch "the Two Big Lies Of Type 2 Diabetes" On Youtube

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community Watch "The Two Big Lies of Type 2 Diabetes" on YouTube Thyroiddiabetic Type 2 Well-Known Member I wish I could have seen this 10 years ago I would have been more strict with my diet instead of relying on metformin and still eating some sugar and a lot of carbs.I did lose about 25 kg but didn't toss the carbs.Even though my hba1c has been under 6.2 since diagnosis Similar to my previous posting from this guy but much more detail and understanding I wonder if any have followed this and obtained reversible results. @Thyroiddiabetic thank you for posting this video. I found it absolutely fascinating and so informative. It made me glad that I have made a start with a low carb diet. Yes I am a great admirer of Dr Fung and have followed his ways of eating (and not eating) and have considerable success in both weight loss and lowering blood sugar. In my opinion one of the modern superstars in medicine. Thyroiddiabetic Type 2 Well-Known Member So what do we do now?Do we tell our doctors they are all wrong and even though our numbers may be good it doesn't matter cuz we still insulin resistant. And I am always in trouble anyway with them for this sort of thing. Thyroiddiabetic Type 2 Well-Known Member @Thyroiddiabetic thank you for posting this video. I found it absolutely fascinating and so informative. It made me glad that I have made a start with a low carb diet. Thank you it's truly brilliantly presented a real eye opener Thyroiddiabetic Type 2 Well-Known Member In late 2015, after being T2 for 10 years, I watched this and other Dr. Fung's videos. Then I spent several days reading about 3-4 years worth of his blog posts. He presented very reasonable, clear Continue reading >>

“i Ignored The American Diabetes Association And The Dietitians”

“i Ignored The American Diabetes Association And The Dietitians”

Howard decided to ignore the advice on a high-carb diet to treat his type 2 diabetes. Here’s what happened when he did the opposite instead: The email In Nov 2013, my blood sugar went out of wack with an HbA1C of 16%. A friend steered me to your site. I ignored the American Diabetes Association and the dietitians with their high carb, low fat, reduced calorie intake diets. I went on a no sugar minimal carb intake (no grains, potatoes, rice, pasta, etc.). In nine months my HbA1C was down to 5.6% with the side effects of lost 55 pounds (25 kg), triglycerides dropped from 197 to 67 (2.2–0.76 mmol/l), HDL rose from 34 to 76 (0.88–1.96 mmol/l) without meds. My doctor is not a full believer so has put me on one 500 mg Metformin a day. No before, only the after. Congratulations Howard! More How to cure type 2 diabetes “I finally kept my promise to my mom” PS Do you have a success story you want to share on this blog? Send it (photos appreciated) to [email protected] Let me know if it’s OK to publish your photo and name or if you’d rather remain anonymous. Continue reading >>

Obesity Archives - Indian Lchf

Obesity Archives - Indian Lchf

Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Buffer PocketIve pulled out all of Dr. Jason Fungs blogs on fasting and listed them here in order. Please read and increase your knowledge about fasting. Dr. Fungs Youtube channel here Videos featuring Dr. Fung here Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Buffer Pocket Facebook Twitter Google+ Email Buffer Pocket Source: YouTube channel Goodbye Diabetes My learning from the above video by Dr. S. Vijayaraghavan Premise: Being healthy is in our nature. Human beings are genetically programmed to live for more than 100 years without ailments. The human body is self-healing and self-regulatory. Definition of disease: A disease is [] aerobics bad cholesterol blood sugar bone broth cholesterol cholesterol test cure diabetes cycling diabetes diet diet tips diet tricks exercise family fasting fat fatty food friends good cholesterol HDL hypertension hypothyroid insulin resistance insulin response intermittent fasting LCHF LDL low carb obesity oxtail peer pressure relatives resistance training reverse diabetes rootcause society soup statins sugar symptomatic treatment symptoms treadmill triglycerides walking weight loss Copyright 2018 Indian Low Carb. DISCLAIMER: ILC website contains the experience and knowledge of people who have tried the low-carb high fat approach to food. This website is intended for informational purposes only, not to provide professional diagnosis, opinion or treatment. The information provided in this site, or through links to other sites, is not intended to be a substitute for medical or professional care, and you should not use the information in place of a visit, consultation or the advice of your physician or other healthcare professional. The nutritional and other information on this website are not intended to be and do not cons Continue reading >>

Intermittent Fasting: Not So Fast

Intermittent Fasting: Not So Fast

I’m sure that at least a few of you have heard or read about the latest trend in weight loss called “intermittent fasting.” The very word “fasting” is probably less than appealing, as it pretty much means you don’t eat or drink anything (except perhaps water) for a specified amount of time. Starvation is not exactly recommended among health professionals. But intermittent fasting is different. Is it something you should try? What is intermittent fasting, anyway? Intermittent fasting has been the talk of the town, so to speak, thanks to two recent books to hit the market: The Fast Diet by Dr. Michael Mosley and Mimi Spencer, and The Overnight Diet by Caroline Apovian, MD. Intermittent fasting essentially means that you skip a meal or severely restrict calories on certain days of the week with the intention of losing weight, controlling blood glucose, and/or decreasing heart disease risk. But on the other days of the week, you can pretty much eat what you want (within reason, of course). For many people, this concept sounds appealing. Limiting calories for a couple days a week doesn’t sound that bad if you can eat what you want the rest of the time. The Fast Diet, also called the The 5:2 Diet has you eat between 500 and 600 calories (women get 500 calories, men get 600 calories) for two days out of the week, spread over two meals of about 250 to 300 calories. These fast days should not be right in a row, and your food choices ideally should be more plant-based and emphasize protein. The premise is that after several hours of fasting, the body burns up its carbohydrate stores and shifts to burning fat for fuel. Many claim that intermittent fasting also helps to blunt appetite. The Overnight Diet emphasizes getting enough sleep; a lack of sleep can disrupt met Continue reading >>

Jason Fung, Md- The Complete Guide To Fasting For Fat Loss

Jason Fung, Md- The Complete Guide To Fasting For Fat Loss

Click here to listen on your mobile device in iTunes 02:17 History of Fasting: Fasting has been done since the dawn of humanity. Religions prescribe periods of fasting. Ancient Greeks did it for mental clarity. In the last 50 years there has been a strong move against fasting. Dr. Fung works with diabetes patients, many of whom are overweight. Diabetes must be addressed or the illness progresses to kidney disease. In order to deal with diabetes, they must lose weight. 03:06 Nothing Wrong with Fasting: Dr. Fung investigated fasting and found that fasting had a great many benefits. Periodic fasting allows your body to burn off fat. Dr. Fung uses it with all of his overweight patients. Blood sugar medications need to be monitored closely once implementing fasting, or blood sugar could go too low. When you dont eat, your blood sugar comes down. 05:25 Hypoglycemia: If you are taking blood sugar meds, you may become hypoglycemic. Most people who fast have a lowering of blood sugar, but it most often stays within normal range. Your body will produce some of the sugar. It will also reduce the need for sugar. Your muscles will begin to burn fat. Your brain, which cannot burn fat, burns ketone bodies produced by your body. You need a small amount of glucose for the brain, but that can come from your body fat. You often hear that the brain needs 130 grams of carbohydrates every day, so you should eat that much each day. This is not true. If you dont eat, your body breaks down glycogen and provides glucose. People fast all the time for medical testing and interventions. 09:42 Muscle Loss and Fasting: Starvation mode and muscle loss are two of the many myths. Hypoglycemia is not a big concern unless you are taking blood sugar meds. As you fast, you will consume glycogen. When you e Continue reading >>

Nourish Balance Thrive - Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions And Answers | Listen Via Stitcher Radio On Demand

Nourish Balance Thrive - Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions And Answers | Listen Via Stitcher Radio On Demand

Episode Info: Todays podcast episode is a bit different than usual because Ive solicited questions from the Optimising nutrition, managing insulin Facebook group for kidney expert Dr. Jason Fung. If this is the first time youve heard of Jason, you might be better off starting with his Sigma Nutrition Radio interview and also The Aetiology Of Obesity YouTube playlist.The questions are great - they cover the topics of blood glucose levels, type 1 and type 2 diabetes issues, fasting, muscle loss, what Jason recommends as an effective treatment for diabetes and much more. Before we get into the Q&A, lets start out by clarifying some things about diabetes that Jason was very insistent that we understand...The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes.Many people think that type 1 and type 2 diabetes are closely related but Jason insists thats wrong. They are completely different diseases and you cant even talk about them in the same sentence.Type 1 diabetes is a problem of not enough insulin. The proper course of treatment is to give insulin to the patient. That makes sense.But type 2 diabetes is a disease of too much insulin. Yet, what do we typically do for a type 2 diabetic? We give them insulin. Why? To control what we consider to be high blood sugar levels.But giving insulin to a type 2 diabetic doesnt address the underlying cause that is the insulin resistance. Giving insulin as medicine drops blood sugar levels but the disease remains. Jason likens this method of treatment to giving an alcoholic a drink of whiskey because hes experiencing withdrawal symptoms. Sure, the symptom will go away temporarily but the disease is still there and its actually getting worse.On this episode youre going to hear Dr. Jason Fung answer these specific questions: Q: Which is worse, Continue reading >>

Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions And Answers | Nourish Balance Thrive

Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions And Answers | Nourish Balance Thrive

Dr. Jason Fung: Type 2 Diabetes, Fasting, Your Questions and Answers This content is audio. Choose from the following options: Listen on Overcast (my preferred choice) Stream or download mp3 audio file in new window (43.2 MB) Listen on iTunes Listen on Stitcher (works on Android) Read the transcript Subscribe on some other app using the RSS feed Todays podcast episode is a bit different than usual because Ive solicited questions from the Optimising nutrition, managing insulin Facebook group for kidney expert Dr. Jason Fung. If this is the first time youve heard of Jason, you might be better off starting with his Sigma Nutrition Radio interview and also The Aetiology Of Obesity YouTube playlist . The questions are great - they cover the topics of blood glucose levels, type 1 and type 2 diabetes issues, fasting, muscle loss, what Jason recommends as an effective treatment for diabetes and much more. Before we get into the Q&A, lets start out by clarifying some things about diabetes that Jason was very insistent that we understand... The difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Many people think that type 1 and type 2 diabetes are closely related but Jason insists thats wrong. They are completely different diseases and you cant even talk about them in the same sentence. Type 1 diabetes is a problem of not enough insulin. The proper course of treatment is to give insulin to the patient. That makes sense. But type 2 diabetes is a disease of too much insulin. Yet, what do we typically do for a type 2 diabetic? We give them insulin. Why? To control what we consider to be high blood sugar levels. But giving insulin to a type 2 diabetic doesnt address the underlying cause that is the insulin resistance. Giving insulin as medicine drops blood sugar levels but the disease r Continue reading >>

112: How To Intermittent Fast With Dr. Jason Fung

112: How To Intermittent Fast With Dr. Jason Fung

112: How to Intermittent Fast with Dr. Jason Fung - Cellular Healing TV Episode 112 112: How to Intermittent Fast with Dr. Jason Fung 112: How to Intermittent Fast with Dr. Jason Fung Transcript of Episode 112: How toIntermittent Fast with Dr. Jason Fung With Dr. Daniel Pompa, Meredith Dykstra, and special guest Dr. Jason Fung. Hello, everyone, and welcome to Cellular Healing TV. This is episode 112, and we have Dr. Pompa here, and we have a very special guest today, Dr. Jason Fung. Were going to talk about obesity, diabetes, fasting. Dr. Fung has a lot of expertise in these areas. Before we jump into the conversation, Im going to tell you a little bit about him. Dr. Jason Fung earned his medical degree at the University of Toronto, where he also completed his internal medicine residency before heading to the University of California at Los Angeles for his fellowship in nephrology. He currently practices as a kidney specialist in Toronto. During the course of treating thousands of patients, it became clear to Dr. Fung that the epidemic of Type 2 diabetes and obesity was getting worse. The prevailing dietary recommendations to reduce dietary fat and calories were clearly ineffective. He founded the Intensive Dietary Management program to provide a unique treatment focus for Type 2 diabetes and obesity. Rather than focusing on medications, this clinic focuses on dietary changes that are simple, yet effective. In March, 2016 just this month Greystone Books will publish Dr. Fungs first book, The Obesity Code, which explores the underlying hormonal imbalance that leads to obesity and recommends effective strategies that address the root cause of weight gain. I know you and Dr. Pompa are really in alignment on a lot of different areas. Were so excited to have you on the show Continue reading >>

500 Youtube Videos, 14 Topics

500 Youtube Videos, 14 Topics

YouTube VIDEOS: (+500 video links) 2/23/18 ***** outstanding quality/entertainment two locations /rg.id4 ADD MORE BBC Have your family watch these documentaries on your television by using a device such as Google Chromecast to send it from your computer to your TV attached to the stereo. I currently use a 20 foot HDMI cable attached to my laptop 1A. Bad regulators, bad pharm 1B. Bad Medicine, bad advice 2A. Dieting, sugar, carbs, fats -- 2B, Fasting -- 2C Ketogenic Diet -- 3. Diabetes and insulin resistance -- 4. Cancer and Starve Cancer --5. Alzheimers, neurodegenerative diseases, salubrious ketone bodies (diet) -- 6. Cardiovascular disease (CVD) and the cholesterolfat myth -- 7. Psychiatric drugs and psychiatry -- 7b Neuroscience and conditions -- 8. Healthful drugs opposed by pharma -- 9. Health Issues -- 10. Health-biological Science -- 11. Chiropractics and alternative medicine -- 12. GMOs -- 13. Commercial farming, regulatory capture of FDA, organic? -- 14. Science topics Abbreviations: KOL key op[inion leader, a hack for pharma with talking points; CVD cardiovascular disease Watch Darwin, Diet, Disease, & Dollars, 75 min, 53,000 views, Robert Lustig U of Utah lecture 2014, Origins and evolution of the western diet: health implications for the 21st century, 73 min, 153,000 views, Loren Cordain Food as medicine: Preventing and treating the most common diseases with diet, 75 min, 432,000 views, Dr. Greger, a vegan advocate that misses fructose How to make diseases disappear, 18 min, 972,000 views Rangan Chatterjee TEDxLiberpool (Visit: ) Sugar Science experts from UCSF share the latest research findings on sugar and its impact on health. Panelists: Laura A. Schmidt, PhD, MSW, MPH; Dean Schillinger, MD; and Cristin E. Kearns, DDS, MBA. The speakers make up the team Continue reading >>

Scarborough Doctor's Book Says Insulin Makes You Fat, Fasting Makes You Thin

Scarborough Doctor's Book Says Insulin Makes You Fat, Fasting Makes You Thin

Scarborough doctor's book says insulin makes you fat, fasting makes you thin Dr. Jason Fung's book, The Obesity Code, argues that obesity isnt caused by overeating, but by excessive insulin. Kidney specialist Dr. Jason Fung wrote a book on obesity and its link to excessive insulin.(Cole Burston / Toronto Star) Dr. Jason Fung, 42, a kidney specialist and founder of Scarboroughs Intensive Dietary Management program, says obesity and even those last 10 pounds isnt caused by overeating, but by excessive insulin. He discovered the real culprit of getting fat, he says, after realizing patients in his nephrology practice would get better with fewer medical interventions if they lost weight. Since most of his patients were Type 2 diabetics a disease associated with too much insulin he made the link. According to his new book The Obesity Code, the best, fastest, most economical and effective way to control this hormone before or, after it gets out of control is by fasting. So, insulin, not calories, is the real cause of obesity? Obesity is a hormonal disease. Insulin, a hormone, tells you how much to eat and how much to burn. The body behaves as if the weight is set on a thermostat. Insulin acts to increase that thermostat. So, obesity is not about caloric imbalance. That idea is plainly wrong. Thats why cutting calories doesnt work. When you eat, insulin goes up and your body stores energy. When you dont eat, insulin goes down and your body takes stored energy and uses it. Storing energy (sugar and fat) is the function of insulin. When you have excessive insulin higher than normal amounts and for much longer times than normal your body becomes resistant to the effects of this hormone and produces even more insulin. Its a vicious cycle and it doesnt matter what you do; exercise Continue reading >>

The Complete Guide To Fasting & Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: A Special Interview With Dr. Jason Fung

The Complete Guide To Fasting & Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: A Special Interview With Dr. Jason Fung

“Everyone has a physician inside him or her; we just have to help it in its work. The natural healing force within each one of us is the greatest force in getting well. Our food should be our medicine. Our medicine should be our food. But to eat when you are sick is to feed your sickness.” – Hippocrates Fasting has not received as much attention as it should when it comes to the world of health and medicine. That’s because you can’t really make any money off of it. The ‘pharmaceutical science’ studies used in medical schools to teach doctors about human health simply don’t focus enough on fasting for doctors to be knowledgable in the subject. Doctors also learn very little about nutrition and are trained to prescribe drugs as a result. Dr. Jason Fung is trying to change all that. A Toronto based nephrologist, he completed medical school and internal medicine at the University of Toronto before finishing his nephrology fellowship at the University of California, Los Angeles at the Cedars-Sinai hospital. He joined Scarborough General Hospital in 2001 where he continues to practice and change peoples lives. He is one of a growing number of scientists and doctors to create awareness about the tremendous health benefits that can be achieved from fasting. It’s one of the oldest dietary interventions in the world and has been practiced for thousands of years. If properly practiced fasting was bad or harmful in any way, as some doctors suggest, it would have been known by now, and studies would not be emerging showing the health benefits that can be achieved from fasting regularly. The Research For example, a recent study published in the journal cell shows how a fasting diet can trigger the pancreas to regenerate itself, which works to control blood sugar lev Continue reading >>

How To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, The Quick Start Guide

How To Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, The Quick Start Guide

How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes – The Quick Start Guide Twenty years ago, when you bought a brand sparkly new VCR machine, you would also get a thick instruction manual. Read this thoroughly before you start, the manufacturer would implore. There would be detailed setup procedures and troubleshooting guides. Most of us ignored the manual, just plugged it in and tried to figure out the rest. That’s why we all had the blinking 12:00 on. Today, most new electronics now come with a quick start guide which has the most basic 4 or 5 steps to get your machine working and then anything else you needed, you could reference the detailed instruction manual. Instruction manuals are just so much more useful this way. Well, I don’t know much about VCRs, but I do know about type 2 diabetes. I can write an entire book about obesity (oh, wait, I did that already), or fasting (oh, wait, coming up) or type 2 diabetes (next up for 2018). But many of you will not want to go through the entire instruction manual. So this is the quick start guide for reversing your type 2 diabetes. A Fully Reversible Disease Most doctors, dietitians and diabetes specialists claim that type 2 diabetes is a chronic and progressive disease. The American Diabetes Association, for example, almost proudly proclaims this on its website. Once you get the diagnosis, it’s a life sentence. But, it’s actually a great big lie. Type 2 diabetes is almost always reversible and this is almost ridiculously easy to prove. This is great news for the more than 50% of American adults who have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes or diabetes. Recognizing this truth is the crucial first step in reversing your diabetes or pre-diabetes. Actually, it something that most people already instinctively recognized to be true. Suppose y Continue reading >>

Dr David Unwin - The Glycaemic Index: Helping Patients With Type 2 Diabetes - Jeffry Gerber, Md - Denver's Diet Doctor

Dr David Unwin - The Glycaemic Index: Helping Patients With Type 2 Diabetes - Jeffry Gerber, Md - Denver's Diet Doctor

Presentation slides are available here to download in PDF format Dr. David Unwin is GP based in Southport in the United Kingdom. After 25 years of attempting to treat diabetes by conventional methods, Dr. Unwin stumbled upon the website for patients with diabetes www.diabetes.co.uk From this revelation, Dr. Unwin now ignores official advice and treats his patients with a low-carbohydrate diet. Since adopting the approach, his practice now spends 45,000 less each year on drugs for diabetes than is average for his area. Dr. Unwin is the RCGP National Champion for Collaborative Care and Support Planning in Obesity & Diabetes, as well as a Clinical Expert in diabetes. In 2015 he won the North West NHS Innovator of the Year Award and in 2016 he won the National NHS Innovator of the Year Award for his work in treating diabetes with a low carbohydrate approach. Please subscribe to Denvers Diet Doctor: Join our Low Carb Conferences FB group: All the Low Carb Breckenridge 2017 conference related posts can be found here: Continue reading >>

#lchf Must Share Ted Talk - Fantastic Explanation Of Insulin Resistance & #diabetes!

#lchf Must Share Ted Talk - Fantastic Explanation Of Insulin Resistance & #diabetes!

I liked your talk, one thing related to a question on exercise performance. Exercise on low carb for high intensity, the highest intensity is fueled via the atp phosphocreatine system 2-7 seconds eg 50m sprint and 1-3 RM lifts. Power declines and anaerobic glycolytic system increases after that to sustain high but lower output up to maybe 45 seconds, power output decreases after that. The thing is your glycogen supplies never fully deplete and will be replenished under a zero dietary carb diet just slower and not to as high a level so no super compensation as when you chug sugars. Skeletal muscle lacks glucose-6-phosphatase, it can produce glycogen but can't deliver glucose to the blood stream, think about why that would be, it would obviously be an advantage to replenish significant glycogen levels in skeletal muscle when there is no carbohydrate intake for fight or flight purposes. TLDR you can work out several times a week without carbs when fat adapted in the normal rep ranges and make progress. Also protein isn't the devil as it is portrayed in ketoland because unlike carbs the insulin response which is required help move amino acids to where they are needed is accompanied by glucagon so no hypoglycemia in a normally functioning humans. Continue reading >>

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