The Easy Path for Reversing Diabetes Naturally

I happened to think that there are those who are so resigned to being type 2 diabetic that you wouldn’t attend the free summit or even read long articles about how to reverse type 2 diabetes.Screen Shot 2016-04-05 at 12.55.56 AM

We certainly don’t recommend that you take yourself off your medications and we don’t recommend that you do anything without speaking to your doctor.

And perhaps you are pre-diabetic and still have some time. You have all the classic symptoms but you’re just ignoring it hoping it will go away.

Here is a simple test you can do that won’t really hurt you at all. It involves temporarily switching your diet from sugar to fat.

  1. Stop eating grains, breads, pastries, rolls, rice, potatoes, and anything made from these products as best you can.
  2. Stop eating sugar, fruit, or anything sweetened and labelled “low fat” or “low calorie” with high fructose corn syrup or other sweeteners you can’t pronounce.
  3. Stop drinking sodas or fruit juice.
  4. Instead eat more meat, fish, chicken, and eat avocados and nuts, and salad with plenty of olive oil and steamed vegetables with a little olive oil on them as well.

And then just see what happens. These are relatively small changes. And you can do this for 2-3 weeks without starving or killing yourself. You can eat as much of the other things as you want. No counting calories, no worrying about portions. Just see how you feel.

If you feel better, then you’ve learned something. If you don’t, then no harm.

It’s a simple request. And we’re making this request because we love you. Your family and friends – they love you and they’re asking you to try this.

What’s the big deal?



3 thoughts on “The Easy Path for Reversing Diabetes Naturally

  1. Great advice, even for those of us >70 – diabetes is a killer, but can be managed well with your diet and some lifestyle adjustments. I’d ward away from all the meat however, but that may be because I’m personally vegan and don’t believe it’s required (or healthy, for that matter) to eat the amount of meat that currently makes up most first world diets… moderation is key either way. Thanks again!

  2. Kegan – thanks for your comments. If we had to choose between eating meat with hormone and antibiotic injections, feed with GMO soy and corn, I would opt for the vegan diet as well. Until more recently those were the only choices we had.

    We can certainly get our protein from soy – however – in today’s environment, soy is one of the largest GMO crops. We produce over 90% of our soy through GMO. So our choices for a diet with good protein content are changing.

    Another concern over a pure vegan diet is the sources for Omega-3 fats – the good fats. We can certainly use Avocados and flax seeds but flax seeds can only be eaten in moderation and don’t provide the same volume of Omega-3 that our bodies need.

    There is plenty of research that is more recent now comparing mortality rates for vegan diets and although those certainly have shown better results than the traditional American fast food diet, the availability of 100% grass-fed beef and cage free chicken all organic are starting to produce results that are more comparable.

    But for those who insist on the vegan diet, I would just recommend aligning with local farmers who use organic farming techniques (they are often too small to afford the cost of USDA certification but when you visit the farm and speak to the farmer’s you don’t need that). Most vegans also try to avoid fats and that’s where the vulnerability lies. With more olive and coconut oils and avocados, the fast issue should be manageable.

    Thanks for your comments.

  3. Since I have diabetes I’m always looking for ways to control or reverse it. I know what I should and shouldn’t eat.
    I really like your idea of eating this way temporarily to start. It makes sense to see how you feel after a couple of weeks.
    I’ve already tried other ways of reversing diabetes naturally. This could work for me. Thank you for the information!

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