Treating type 2 diabetes without insulin.

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Type 2 diabetes is a chronic illness that affects over 100 million adults in the United States alone. It is a condition which impedes your body’s ability to properly metabolize sugar, which is a basic source of energy your body needs to function.  Also referred to as adult-onset diabetes, normally developed in adults, is now linked to childhood obesity. Once it develops, there is no cure, however it can be treated with medication, such as insulin, and in some cases with proper diet and exercise. Yes, with the right knowledge of external environmental factors, insulin can be avoided.

Day to day life can be affected greatly, and maintaining a good quality of life can be a challenging adjustment to make, and it could take you by surprise, because the symptoms may build up slowly over time.  Here are some symptoms to look for:

  • blurred vision
  • increase in hunger
  • becoming extremely tired after eating
  • general fatigue
  • slow healing sores
  • becoming sick more often or for longer periods of time
  • increased thrist
  • weight loss or weight gain

Other serious risk may occur in people who suffer from type 2 diabetes. In general, healing from can other illness can be much slower, also, it could be likely to develop other complications while in the process of healing. Weight gain and fat distribution may be affected greatly, being overweight can make it difficult for the insulin to be absorbed, and in many cases fat gets stored in excess on the abdomen. Nerve and eye damage can occur form improper blood flow, which has a tendency to affect the feet, and other extremities. The kidneys are also at ricks, which could put one on the road to dialysis.

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Blood sugar levels can be maintained with proper diet. Yes, if you do have adult-onset diabetes, it is possible to control it by eating food that does not contain many sugars or carbs, and have a low inflammation impact. This will reduce the need for your body to release high levels of hormones, and store excess amounts of fat.  To maintain a more steady blood sugar levels naturally, you must first learn what not to eat. Foods to avoid are:

  • soda, candy, or anything containing high amounts of sugar. Especially high fructose corn starch.
  • any food that is highly processed, and contains many ingredients that are hard to read, or pronounce. These tend to be difficult for the body to breakdown.
  • white bread, pasta, or any other food high in carbohydrates. Most carbohydrates will eventually get converted into fat.
  • fruit juices, and dried fruits. These normally contain a lot of sugar.
  • any food that is high in both fat is a big NOFor example, pasta in cream sauce or doughnuts, neither will give you a happy ending.
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Now that we know what not to eat, let us focus on some beneficial foods.

  • Salmon, chicken, and leaner cuts of beef. Just about any lean meat would be a great healthy choice, especially if paired with a side of veggies.
  • Unaltered fruit. This is any fruit without added sugar: banana, berries, kiwi, grapes….
  • Sweet potatoes and leafy greens. Any vegetable low on the glycemic index will do!
  • Onions, peppers, tomatoes, artichoke,,,ect. These are all good for you and add a lot of flavor to your dishes.

Quality of life can be maintained without the use of insulin, and you can feel great every day, just click below to learn more and explore all your options!

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