Type 2 diabetes can be very tricky to treat. There are defects in both the production of insulin by your pancreas, as well as the way your body uses insulin. This makes type-2 diabetes tough to handle.
Most people with type 2 diabetes are in search of ways to reverse it. Can you do that? In today’s video, we will be discussing how to reverse type 2 diabetes. What is the relationship between food and diabetes? How can you regulate your blood sugar levels with your diet? We’ll discuss all of these AND more…
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Intro – 0:00
Understanding Diabetes First – 00:36
The relationship between food and diabetes – 01:42
Regulating blood sugar levels through diet – 02:31
Physical activity – 03:47
Surgery – 05:14
Fasting – 06:28
Alternatives – 07:08
Best Foods to Eat
Fatty Fish – 08:10
Leafy Greens – 08:49
Avocados – 09:38
Eggs – 10:04
Understanding Diabetes First
Diabetes occurs when your body is unable to make enough insulin to regulate your blood sugar levels.
The relationship between food and diabetes
The sugar in your bloodstream mainly comes from the food you eat. Your liver is also responsible for the sugar in your blood.
Regulating blood sugar levels through diet
Research has shown that following a low-calorie diet can help reverse your type 2 diabetes.
While cutting down on the carbs in your diet can be good, you should also pair it with an exercise routine to get maximum benefits.
One option that type 2 diabetes patients can look at is bariatric surgery. This particular surgery changes your digestive system so that it limits the amount of food you can eat.
Fasting is another way you can reduce your weight. Just keep in mind that it's not seen as regular treatment for the reversal of type 2 diabetes.
There are other things you can do to try and reverse your diabetes. You should include high-quality protein and fat in your regular diet.
Best Foods To Eat
Research has shown that eating fatty fish like salmon, sardines, and mackerel leads to significant improvements in post-meal blood sugar levels.
If you type 2 diabetes, you MUST include leafy greens in your daily diet.
Avocados are one of the healthiest foods you can eat, even though they're high in fats.
Eggs are excellent for people struggling with diabetes. They help improve insulin sensitivity, increase good cholesterol levels, and decrease inflammation.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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