Type 2 diabetes is preventable and in most cases totally reversible. It is a disease that people have eaten themselves into. People can eat themselves out of it if they choose.
Type 2 diabetics tend to be very stubborn in their ways and have a difficult time changing their habits. Diabetics and their health complications account for 1 out of 3 medicare dollars! The conventional treatments for Type 2 Diabetes in no way addresses or corrects the root of the problem.
3 Reasons Why Conventional Diabetes Treatments Fail Miserably
- Failing to address the root cause. Type 2 diabetes is a disease of insulin resistance more than it is a disease of elevated blood sugar. Treating patients with dangerous drugs like like Avandia has proven to be a nightmare, considering the enormous health risks associated with taking such Rosiglitazone drugs. The safe, natural solution for increasing insulin sensitivity lies in restricting & eliminating foods that cause insulin resistance, chiefly: Sugars & Alcohol, foods high in carbohydrates like grain-based carbohydrates & starches, partially hydrogenated trans fatty acids.
- No diabetes drug corrects the root of the problem. Dangerous diabetes drugs like Avandia and Metformin do nothing to correct the underlying issues. Theses drugs have been linked to a high risk of heart attacks and death and there have been over 13,000 lawsuits to date against drug manufacturers.
- Conventional Diabetic Dietary Dogma Exacerbates Type 2 Diabetes. Doctors, nutritionists and dieticians who routinely recommend eating a ‘balanced diet’ often end up creating havoc for patients. Foods like grain-based carbohydrates will only break down into sugar rapidly inside the body. High carbohydrate foods should be restricted for diabetics.
Since there is no one right way of eating for anybody, it is most important to recognize biological individuality. That is why identifying your Metabolic Type is so important.
Depending on your type of metabolism, type 2 diabetes can be reversed with very different nutrition regimens. Some diabetics are called “carbo types”, others are called “protein types”, and yet others are called “Mixed Types”.
Each metabolic type responds differently to certain food choices. Protein Type diabetics will respond to a diet that is HIGH in protein and fat and LOW in carbohydrates. Carbo Type diabetics will respond to a diet that is LOWER IN PROTEIN and FAT and higher in vegetables. Mixed Type diabetics will respond to a relative combination.
I have witnessed how Metabolic Type Nutrition will dramatically lower blood sugar, decrease body fat and reverse type 2 diabetes. I have also seen how a diet that works for one person is absolutely the WRONG diet for someone else.