Natural remedies for diabetes
• With natural remedies for diabetes you can achieve fast reversing of the diabetes!
• Diabetes is a disease in which the body doesn't produce or properly use insulin.
• Insulin is a hormone, insulin unlocks ''doorways'' in cells and allows glucose that comes from sugar, starches, and other foods, to enter the cells and be used as energy.
• Glucose provides the energy that the body needs to function normally and fuel daily activities.
• For over 70 years, traditional treatment for diabetes was a high fat, low carbohydrate diet with insulin by injection, or pills by mouth.
• Justification for prescribing the high fat diet was that it keeps the blood sugar from rising too much after a meal, and it prevents too much sugar from spilling into the urine. But the disadvantages of fatty diets far outweigh the advantages.
• This type of diet does not reduce blood sugar, nor the insulin requirement to handle the excess sugar. In fact, it tends to make the body less sensitive to insulin and induces resistance to it.
• Elevation of blood fats leads to hardening of the arteries. It promotes the accumulation of ketone bodies in the body tissue and fluids, and accelerates aging.
• Over the years people find that a total vegetarian diet, high in fiber and the unrefined carbohydrates, low in fats; coupled with a regular exercise program; and weight control are the simplest but effective natural remedies for diabetes and it is the very best way how to control diabetes and to prevent the serious complications of this disease.
Type I Diabetes
- Juvenile Onset
Prevention of Type I Diabetes
- Insulin-manufacturing cells look similar to milk protein to the immune system
Type II Diabetes
- Hereditary tendency
Preventing Type II Diabetes
- Know Your Family History
Natural remedies for Diabetes Type II
- Moderate Regular Exercise
Lowfat Protein Sources-Buffer Blood Sugar
- Beans in all forms are the most helpful because are high in fiber
• Like other scientists before him, Dr. Anderson has also managed to engender in young, lean men only mild diabetes by giving them two weeks of a diet that consisted of 65 percent from fat.
• The same group made one more trial. He gave them food, which only consisted of 10 percent from fat, but now these people was supposed to consume a pound of sugar per day.
• And the result? Even after 11 weeks of the trial there was not induced diabetes in any of the volunteers.
• “By eating a diet of fruits, grains, legumes and vegetables, and exercising regularly, you can have a powerful effect on diabetes.” Neal D. Barnard, MD, PresidentPhysicians Committee for Responsible Medicine
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