Wednesday, June 26, 2013

What You Must Know About Diabetes in Order to Successfully Treat it


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What You Must Know About Diabetes in Order to Successfully Treat it

    First and foremost, you must understand that diabetes is NOT a blood
sugar disease like your doctor may have led you to believe.

    Type 2 diabetes is a disease caused by insulin resistance and faulty
leptin signaling, both of which are regulated through your diet.

    Until that concept becomes well-known in both the medical community and
by the public at large, the misconception about what diabetes is and the
appropriate way to treat it will continue to be promoted and people will
continue dying prematurely.

    Conventional treatment, which is focused on fixing the symptom of
elevated blood sugar rather than addressing the underlying disease, is doomed
to fail in most cases.


    Because most treatments for type 2 diabetes utilize drugs that either
raise insulin, or lower blood sugar. Avandia, for example, lowers your blood
sugar levels by increasing the sensitivity of liver, fat and muscle cells to

    As I will explain below, this in no way addresses your underlying
problem, which is metabolic miscommunication.

    Let me assure you, the cure for type 2 diabetes has NOTHING to do with
giving insulin. Giving someone with type 2 diabetes insulin is one of the
WORST things that can be done. Any physician doing this simply does not
understand insulin physiology.

Leptin is a Major Key to Successful Treatment of Diabetes

    The hormone leptin is largely responsible for the accuracy of insulin
signaling and whether you become insulin resistant or not.

    Leptin, a relatively recently discovered hormone produced by fat, tells
your body and brain how much energy it has, whether it needs more (saying "be
hungry"), whether it should get rid of some (and stop being hungry) and
importantly what to do with the energy it has (reproduce, upregulate cellular
repair, or not).

    In fact, the two most important organs that may determine whether you
become (type 2, insulin resistant) diabetic or not are your liver and your
brain, and it is their ability to listen to leptin that will determine this.

    When your blood sugar becomes elevated it is a signal for insulin to be
released to direct the extra energy into storage. A small amount is stored as
a starch called glycogen in your body, but the majority is stored as your
main energy supply -- fat. Thus, in this regard insulin's major role is not
to lower sugar, but to take the extra energy and store it for future times of

    Insulin lowers your blood sugar as a side effect of directing the extra
energy into storage.

    This is why treatments that concentrate merely on lowering blood sugar
for diabetes while raising insulin levels can actually worsen rather than
remedy the actual problem of metabolic miscommunication.

    Taking insulin is one of the WORST things you can do, as it will actually
make your insulin and leptin resistance worse over time. And taking diabetic
drugs like Avandia may send you into an early grave from a heart attack or
heart failure.

    Fortunately, the safest treatment alternatives are also the most

Fructose – One of the Major Culprits for Both Diabetes and Obesity

    Before I delve into the other treatment strategies, I want to emphasize
the importance of avoiding fructose if you want to successfully address your
diabetes, or avoid it in the first place.

    It’s important to understand that your body metabolizes fructose
differently from glucose (regular table sugar is a disaccharide and 50
percent glucose and 50 percent fructose), and these differences lead to
serious health consequences.

    For example, fructose does not stimulate a rise in leptin, so your
satiety signals are diminished. It also reduces the amount of leptin crossing
your blood-brain barrier by raising triglycerides. And whereas glucose
suppresses ghrelin (the hunger hormone, which makes you want more food),
fructose does not.

    Fructose also increases your insulin levels, interfering with the
communication between leptin and your hypothalamus, so your pleasure signals
aren’t extinguished. Your brain senses starvation and prompts you to eat

    All of this also sets the stage for over indulgence and hence overweight,
and puts you on the path toward both obesity and diabetes.

    I strongly advise keeping your fructose consumption below 25 grams per

    However, it would be wise for most people to limit fruit fructose to 15
grams or less as it is virtually guaranteed that you will be getting “hidden”
sources of fructose from just about any processed food you eat.

    This includes fruits, which also need to be carefully measured to make
certain that you’re not inadvertently consuming too much fructose. See the
table below to get an idea of how much fructose is in your favorite fruits.

    Keep in mind that most processed food is loaded with fructose and is best
avoided entirely. For instance, there are about 40 grams of HFCS per can of

    Clearly, eliminating excess fructose from your diet is FAR safer and MORE
effective than taking a drug like Avandia if you have diabetes. However,
virtually no doctor will inform you of this, as there aren’t billions of
dollars worth of drug company marketing muscles behind this sort of


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Larry Nelson
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Belton, Tx. 76513

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