How to Control Diabetes Diet
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What exactly is diabetes and can you control diabetes by diet? Diabetes isn’t really a disease about not having enough insulin; in actual fact diabetes isn’t a “disease” at all. It is a symptom of having a pancreas that is too damaged to produce the insulin needed by your body to regulate the levels of sugar in your blood. With traditional medicine, diabetes can never be cured. The drugs prescribed by doctors only control the symptoms of the disease, they never deal with the cause of the problem.
There is new research out for people with Diabetes and this natural discovery is helping people cure their Diabetes completely without the use of medicine. It has been discovered that it is our modern lifestyle that is causing not just increased risk of heart disease but also increases in Diabetes.
The human body was designed to run on a diet of fresh fruit and vegetables, nuts, seeds, vegetables and plenty of water. What the modern diet consists of now is sugar, fats and oils, cigarettes, alcohol, chemicals and pesticides. We just keep filling our bodies “fuel” that it is not designed to deal with and your pancreas has to absorb and process this. What scientists have now discovered is that the root cause of diabetes is when your pancreas becomes diseased by the acids, sugars, fats and carbohydrates that are so common in our modern diet. If you don’t stop the attacks on your pancreas you develop type 2 and eventually type 1 diabetes.
Once you “cleanse” the pancreas from the overflow of acids, it starts to rebuild itself. It starts to recover and gradually starts to rebuild the pancreas and so produce more insulin naturally. The simple truth about diabetes, and many other modern diseases in fact, is that it is much more important to pay attention to what you put inside your body than to try and deal with the symptoms with drugs!
It would seem that the best way to control diabetes is to change your lifestyle. Cut out all the processed foods with refined carbohydrates, additives and way too much fat and sugar and revert back to a more natural diet of fresh fruit and vegetables, unrefined carbohydrates and reduced alcohol consumption, a “control diabetes diet”.
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By Anne Morgan