Type 2 diabetes is a serious and rapidly growing epidemic in first world countries today. With the rise of fast food, convenience food and lack of rock solid education to encourage overweight people to lose their excess (and very dangerous) weight. This means that more and more folks are being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
What is type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes is the most commonly known type of diabetes, affecting around 2.6 million people in the UK alone. A person with type 2 diabetes has what is called insulin resistance, meaning their pancreas doesn’t produce enough insulin or the body doesn’t react properly to insulin.
Unfortunately early studies of this aggressive form of diabetes have shown that it’s not reversible, meaning once you have it… it’s with you for life.
BUT… you CAN reduce the side effects of having this form of diabetes.
WAIT! Before you read on, you need to watch this video. If you’re serious about reducing the effects of type 2 diabetes, then you are going to need this.
1. Cleanse your body
Cleansing the body can be one of the best ways to remove unwanted toxins and any bad stuff from the body. The best way to do a cleanse is by starting to drink two to three litres of fresh bottled mineral water a day. Also going on something like a 3 day juice cleanse will refresh the body and flush out dead cells, whilst replenishing your lower bowels.
2. Stay away from refined foods
Refined foods such as burgers, fries, fizzy sugary drinks, cheese, candy, chocolate etc… these are all incredibly bad for your body and the main culprits of your type 2 diabetes. You need to cut out these foods right now which contain things like refined sugar, saturated fat and other ingredients which we don’t know much about yet.
3. Use insulin spiking techniques
Increase your intake of fibre in your diet, also known as “roughage”. This is what is going to help build your insulin levels back up. Eat far leafy greens that are both high in fibre and nutrients. Avoid things like grains (bread, cereal and oats). Another way to boost your insulin levels is by exercising regularly. Don’t go overboard, 3 to 5 times a week is plenty.
Again, if you want to reverse the effects of type 2 diabetes, then you need to watch this video.