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Send Type 2 Diabetes into Remission - STOP Diabetes


Stop Diabetes

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Diabetes, a prevalent metabolic condition with a global impact, manifests in two primary forms: Type 1, characterised by insufficient insulin production, and Type 2, characterised by impaired insulin utilisation by the body.  India is widely recognised as the global hub for diabetes, with multiple contributing reasons. Furthermore, it is afflicted by a lack of knowledge, restricted comprehension, and a hesitancy to progress beyond the use of medication and injections. 

 

The inquiry frequently posed is to the feasibility of reversing diabetes. Indeed, it is feasible for Type 2 diabetes to enter a state of remission. To achieve remission, it is necessary for your blood sugar levels to remain within the normal range for a minimum of three months without the use of drugs that lower glucose levels.  "Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease, so we don't say it's 'reversed' or 'cured.' Instead, we say it's in remission," explains endocrinologist Sydney Blount, MD. Once your diabetes is in remission, you should see your doctor regularly to check for recurrence.

 

We help individuals to send Type 2 Diabetes into remission through a combination of seven things:

 

  1. A Diabetic-friendly Diet (insights below) tailored for different cultures and individuals.

  2. Yoga, an ancient practice rooted in Indian philosophy, has been shown to improve physical, mental, and emotional health. Check this link.

  3. Herbs and supplements, that have little or no side effects.

  4. A simple exercise regimen that promotes well-being and weight reduction.

  5. NLP techniques that are imparted to help individuals diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes reframe their perspectives (Mind-Body connection).

  6. Hypnotherapy which aids in reprogramming negative thought patterns, fostering positive beliefs, and promoting adherence to self-care routines, including all of the above

  7. Nirmiti Nidra, a simple relaxation technique to destress in two minutes anytime, anywhere, anyplace.


Smart Nutrition: Your Comprehensive Guide to a Diabetic-Friendly Diet

 

A diabetic diet focuses on eating nutritious foods in moderate amounts and sticking to regular mealtimes. This article will provide you with valuable insights and practical tips to help you create a balanced and diabetes-friendly eating plan.

 

1. Understanding Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates have the most significant impact on blood sugar levels. Choosing complex carbohydrates like whole grains, fruits, and vegetables over simple sugars is crucial for better blood sugar control.

 

2. Emphasize Fiber-Rich Foods: Fiber aids in slowing down the absorption of sugar, thus preventing spikes in blood glucose levels. Incorporate high-fibre foods like beans, legumes, and whole grains into your daily meals.

 

3. The Importance of Protein: Protein plays a vital role in managing blood sugar levels and promoting satiety. Choose lean protein sources such as poultry, fish, tofu, and legumes to maintain a balanced diet.

 

4. Healthy Fats Matter: Include sources of healthy fats, such as avocados, nuts, seeds, and olive oil, in your diet. These fats can help improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of heart disease, a common complication of diabetes.

 

5. Portion Control is Key: Monitoring portion sizes is essential for managing weight and blood sugar levels. Use measuring cups, spoons, or food scales to ensure you are eating the right amount of food.

 

6. Limit Added Sugars and Processed Foods: Minimize the consumption of sugary beverages, sweets, and processed foods high in trans fats and refined sugars. These can lead to rapid spikes in blood sugar levels and contribute to overall health problems.

 

7. Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day to stay hydrated and aid in digestion. Opt for water over sugary drinks or juices to avoid unnecessary calories and sugar intake.

 

8. Regular Meal Timing: Establish a consistent eating schedule to help stabilize blood sugar levels and avoid extreme fluctuations. Aim for three balanced meals and healthy snacks if needed, spaced throughout the day.

 

9. Monitor Your Blood Sugar Levels: Regularly check your blood sugar levels as advised by your healthcare provider. This will help you understand how different foods affect your body and make necessary adjustments to your diet plan.

 

10. Seek Professional Guidance: Consult a registered dietitian or healthcare provider specializing in diabetes management to create a personalized meal plan tailored to your individual needs and preferences.

 

By adopting a diabetic-friendly diet rich in whole foods, you can take significant steps towards managing your diabetes effectively. Remember, consistency and moderation are key when it comes to making lasting dietary changes that support your overall health and well-being. If you are keen to reduce your dependency on medications, please contact us.

 

References:

 

- American Diabetes Association - www.diabetes.org

- Mayo Clinic - www.mayoclinic.org

- National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases - www.niddk.nih.gov





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