It is POSSIBLE to reverse your excessive blood sugar levels, which is another name for type 2 diabetes.
“Although there’s no cure for type 2 diabetes, studies show it’s possible for some people to reverse it. Through diet changes and weight loss, you may be able to reach and hold normal blood sugar levels without medication. This doesn’t mean you’re completely cured. Type 2 diabetes is an ongoing disease.” – WebMD https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/can-you-reverse-type-2-diabetes
But, “Dieting for just eight weeks can reverse your diabetes,” the Daily Mail reports. A
National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, says, “The study points to the possibility that some people with type 2 diabetes may be able to be treated with diet alone if they are able to lose enough excess weight – and keep it off.”
The former civil servant, who has two grown-up sons, was one of the first people to be put on the liquid diet, which her GP had suggested she try.
Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2011, she had seen her medication increased with every visit to the doctor because she felt increasingly unwell.
But she reversed the condition within 17 weeks of starting the trial, where she first ate just a vanilla and chocolate shake and mushroom and vegetable soups each day.
Mrs Murray said: ‘It only took a few months to do the plan and to get my life back – it was worth every minute. I feel ten years younger now and I will do everything in my power to never go back to how things were before.’
Eddie Morrison has been free of diabetes for three years after losing a quarter of his weight on a liquid soup and shakes diet. The 64-year-old grandfather went into remission six months after signing up for the diet regime.
He had feared he would have type 2 diabetes for the rest of his life after being diagnosed shortly before his 55th birthday. Mr Morrison, a retired oil industry boss from Larbert in Stirlingshire, said: ‘The trial gave me the kick-start that I needed. I struggle to think what would have happened had I not taken this opportunity.’
What is blood sugar made of? Glucose. Glucose is a monosaccharide with formula C6H12O6. As it travels through your bloodstream to your cells, it’s called blood glucose or blood sugar. Insulin is a hormone that moves glucose from your blood into the cells for energy and storage. People with diabetes have higher-than-normal levels of glucose in their blood.
Lowers risk for disease: Intermittent fasting can boost brain health and lower your risk for neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. For one, it reduces obesity and can help protect against diabetes — both increase your risk for developing Alzheimer’s.
When you exercise, you burn it off and turn the glucose to water and carbon dioxide, which you both sweat off and exhale!
How long do you need to exercise for daily? Just 20 minutes of intense walking will start the burning off processes. What are you waiting for? Get moving!