Thursday, June 27, 2013

Most Diabetes Cases Can Be Cured Without Drugs!


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Most Diabetes Cases Can Be Cured Without Drugs!

    Please understand that nearly 100 percent of type 2 diabetics can be
successfully treated -- meaning you will no longer have the symptoms of
diabetes, or the high risk of developing health complications -- if you are
willing to implement a few healthy lifestyle changes.

    Diabetes runs in my family. About fifteen years ago, I diagnosed my
father with it and gave him these guidelines to follow. He's 81 years old and
does two hours of exercise every single morning. Recently he's added strength
training. He's been able to keep his diabetes under control without taking a
single drug by following these principles.

    If you follow the recommendations listed below, your likelihood of
successfully going off of drugs and having normal blood sugars is close to
100 percent, as treating type 2 diabetes is simply a matter of implementing
some basic strategies to improve your insulin and leptin resistance:

        1. Exercise

        Exercise is an absolutely essential factor, without which you’re
highly unlikely to get this devastating disease under control. It is clearly
one of the most potent ways to lower your insulin and leptin resistance.

        Typically, you’ll need large amounts of exercise, until you get your
blood sugar levels under control. You may need up to an hour or two a day.

Naturally, you’ll want to gradually work your way up to that amount, based on
your current level of fitness.

        If you’re unsure of how to get started, I recommend you view this
comprehensive exercise program video for tips and guidelines.

        2. Eliminate Grains and Sugars

        For the last 50 years, many people have been following the
nutritional recommendations dictated by conventional health agencies, which
advise a high complex carbohydrate, low saturated fat diet. The end result
has been a 700 percent increase in diabetes in the same time frame, and many
have come to view diabetes as an incurable chronic disease…

        This is clearly not true, but the inevitable result of seriously
flawed dietary recommendations. Instead, you’ll want to eliminate foods that
your body will react to by creating insulin, which includes ALL types of
sugars and grains -- even “healthy” grains such as whole, organic grains.

This means avoiding all breads, pasta, cereals, rice, potatoes, and corn
(which is in fact a grain). You may even need to avoid fruits until your
blood sugar is under control.

        3. Eat Right for Your Nutritional Type

        Exercising and avoiding grains and sugars might not be enough unless
you balance your protein, carb and fat ratios for your unique and specific
genetic biochemistry. You can read more about nutritional typing here.

        4. Monitor Your Fasting Insulin Level

        This is every bit as important as your fasting blood sugar. You’ll
want your fasting insulin level to be between 2 to 4. The higher your level,
the worse your insulin receptor sensitivity is.

        The recommendations mentioned above are the key steps you need to
achieve this reduction.

        5. Optimize Your Vitamin D Level

        Interestingly, optimizing your vitamin D levels can not only help
improve type 2 diabetes if you have it, but can likely eliminate the risk of
type 1 diabetes in your children if you are pregnant. It’s also vital for
infants to receive the appropriate amounts of vitamin D in their early years
for these same reasons.

        Ideally, you’ll want to do this by exposing a large amount of your
skin to appropriate amounts of sunshine (or a safe tanning bed) on a regular
basis, year-round. Your body can safely create up to 20,000 units of vitamin
D a day this way.

        However, if neither of these options are available, you may want to
use an oral vitamin D3 supplement. But remember, if you choose to take an
oral supplement it’s essential that you get your levels tested regularly by a
proficient lab to make sure you’re not reaching toxic levels, and are within
the therapeutic range. Maintaining your vitamin D levels around 60-80 ng/ml
can significantly help control your blood sugar.

    These are the top steps you should take, starting today, if you have type
2 diabetes. Doing so will virtually guarantee that your diabetes will
disappear. And if you want to make sure you are not one of the millions
impacted by the coming diabetes epidemic, these same steps will help you to
stay healthy and diabetes-free.

Thank You Dr. Mercola


God Bless Everyone & God Bless The United States of America.

Larry Nelson
42 S. Sherwood Dr.
Belton, Tx. 76513

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