How To Control Diabetes




How To Control Diabetes
How to control  Diabetes

This post is about How to control Type 2 Diabetes. Healthy diet can help to reverse type 2diabetes. A ground breaking new study has proved that type 2 diabetes can be reversed through dietary changes. The study showed that this can happen quickly within 1 to 8 weeks. Diabetes is no more a one way street now! A dramatic change in diet plan low calorie, low glycolic food, plant based diet, protein shakes for diabetics reversed most features of the disease within one week and all features by eight weeks.

How to reverse diabetes

Get yourself examined for the following:

  • A test measuring 75grm glucose tolerance for both insulin fasting and glucose. Your insulin during fast should be less than 10. Your blood sugar while fasting should be less than 100mg/dL and should be less than 130mg/dL, after checking your 1 and 2 hour sugar levels.

  • A newer cholesterol test measures the size of your cholesterol particles and is very effective in diagnosing pre-diabetes problem.

  • Good cholesterol – HDL should be over 50mg/dL and triglycerides should be less than 150mg/dL and the HDL to triglycerides ratio should be less than 4.

Recommendations
  • Eat plant based, high fiber, low glycemic diet of vegetables, nuts beans, lean animal protein, whole grains and fruits.

  • Vigorous exercise (biking, brisk walking, running etc) for 30 minutes, 4-5 times a week and strength training for 20 minutes, 3 times a week.

  • Take good quality vitamin D, fish oil and multivitamin supplements. Also take insulin and blood sugar balancing nutrients(including alpha lipoid acid and chromium).

  • Fruit is an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants but also contains a lot of sugar and is therefore discouraged from certain diets. However, the right kind of fruits can be a healthy part of any balanced diet. You should always try to choose fresh fruits which contain a lot of fluid and fiber, as they tend to fill you up on fewer kilojoules. Choosing fresh low GI fruits like apples, pears, peaches and oranges and consuming no more than two fruits at a time shouldn’t have an effect on your blood sugar.

  • Note administer this program after consultation with your physician.

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