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Did You Know You Can Reverse Diabetes Naturally? Here’s How

Diabetes is a chronic health condition that requires constant maintenance and care.

Type 1 is usually genetic and cannot be reversed. Type 2 diabetes, on the other hand, is usually triggered by environmental factors.

Since outside forces cause diabetes, this means that by changing your lifestyle you can actually reverse diabetes naturally.

It isn’t easy, and it won’t happen overnight, but it is possible.

What Causes Diabetes?

A doctor will diagnose someone with diabetes when their pancreas stops producing insulin, produces insufficient amounts of insulin, or doesn’t respond properly to insulin (also known as “insulin resistance”).

If your body can’t produce enough insulin or use it properly, glucose cannot exit your bloodstream. So instead of going to various cells, glucose moves around different parts of your body causing damage. The cells that need this glucose to function properly also suffer.

Folks with type 2 diabetes usually still produce insulin, but it isn’t enough to compensate for their increased blood glucose levels.

Symptoms and Complications of Untreated Diabetes

When sugar just sits in your bloodstream, it can cause all kinds of damage. Typical symptoms and complications of untreated diabetes could include:

  • Frequent urination
  • Chronic thirst
  • Hunger
  • Fatigue
  • Poor eyesight
  • Hearing impairment
  • Heart vessel damage
  • Skin conditions
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Kidney damage
  • Nerve damage
  • Foot ulcers leading to possible amputation

Understand the Risk Factors to Reverse Diabetes Naturally

Once you understand what’s causing your body to become diabetic, you can start treating diabetes naturally through comprehensive lifestyle changes.

Unlike type 1 diabetics, folks with type 2 haven’t completely lost their ability to produce insulin but certain environmental factors complicate matters.

Every case is unique. Understand how these risk factors pertain to your personal conditions before you develop a treatment plan.

According to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, these are the main risk factors for type 2 diabetes:

  • You are 45 or older.
  • You have a family history or blood relative with diabetes.
  • You are of African-American, Hawaiian, Alaskan, Latino, or Pacific Island descent.
  • Your cholesterol levels are not within a good range.
  • You are inactive and sit at work.
  • You have a personal history of heart disease or you’ve had a stroke.
  • You experienced gestational diabetes during a previous pregnancy.
  • You have depression.
  • You have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
  • You have high blood pressure.
  • You are currently overweight or obese.

How to Manage Diabetes Naturally

Looking at the list above, you’ll notice that some factors are completely out of your control such as your age and ethnicity.

But even though we can’t change our genetic makeup, we can change some environmental risk factors to help reverse diabetes naturally.

Focus on weight reduction

Not all diabetics are obese, but about 90% are overweight. Reducing your weight takes stress off your liver, kidneys, and pancreas which can help them function as they should. As you lose weight, you’ll probably start consuming less simple carbs and sweets, too.

Get active

A majority of Americans are fairly inactive outside of work and sit all day at a desk job. Incorporating physical activity into your daily routine is a must for treating diabetes naturally.

No one’s asking you to sign up for a high-intensity kickboxing class or run a marathon. Thirty minutes of low intensity exercise each day is all it takes. In addition to reducing weight, exercise helps regulate proper blood sugar levels.

Food is fuel

It’s important to make healthy food choices when your goal is to reverse diabetes naturally.

Foods to avoid:

  • Refined sugar and simple carbs
  • Alcohol in all forms
  • Conventional dairy and milk
  • Hydrogenated oils and fats

Foods to consume more of:

  • High fiber foods like veggies, beans, or brown rice
  • Lean protein from chicken, legumes, or grass-fed beef
  • Seeds, berries, and nuts
  • Eggs

How to control glucose naturally with supplements

It’s hard to get all the important vitamins and nutrients we need through diet alone. That’s okay because you can supplement your diet.

These are excellent choices for maintaining healthy glucose levels in combination with a healthy diet and lifestyle:

  • Chromium picolinate
  • Fish oil and omega-3 fatty acids
  • Alpha lipoic acid
  • Bitter melon extract
  • Cinnamon

 

Make sure to talk to your doctor before beginning any weight loss program or taking any new supplements. Certain medications and conditions can cause interactions with natural supplements. It’s important to discuss your plans with a qualified professional to properly assess your situation and risk.

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