Jessi RobsonPersonal Weight Loss Trainer and WriterSome time ago
What are the causes of sugar diabetes
Asked by Nigel Nhera
I just wrote a very long answer to this but the application crashed and it was all lost. To put it simply, eating foods with a glycemic index of 0 is the most single important thing for people with type 2 diabetes to do. By doing this, your body will not require an insulin response to regulate those blood sugar levels which are spiked from the consumption of carbohydrates of sugars. The pancreas will in most cases eventually heal and regenerate as the insulin resistance is reduced and your body becomes more able to naturally regulate itself after consuming carbohydrates and sugars in the future. Continuous consumption of carbohydrates and sugars will keep you in the loop of requiring diabetes medication to process what you ate. Taking a pause on those items and giving your body a chance to recover from the inflammation could release you from needing medication to regulate this forever.

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Christian Wallentadeja vu experience 2.0
What about Typ 1 ? Can you suggest something similar?
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Jessi RobsonPersonal Weight Loss Trainer and Writer
There are some studies coming to light nowadays which are proving that in some cases, type 1 diabetes can be reversed by an intensive plant based diet during the early stages of the disease. (https://doi.org/10.35841/biomedicalresearch.30-19-182) Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease which causes self destruction of the insulin creating beta cells inside the pancreas. Type 2, on the other hand is not an autoimmune disease. In some rare cases, insulin can be the result of the immune system attacking the bodies tissues but this is again very rare. The number one cause of type 2 diabetes is lifestyle choices. Many people don't realise the amount of work they are giving their pancreas by consuming so many carbohydrates and sugars each day, even if they are considered healthy. I like to think of it as you would a new cars engine. If you do a 25 miles 5 times a day (we're recommended to eat 5 small meals a day at least by the government) then your car would break down sooner than if you say did 25 miles once or twice a day. The more you use it, the more you wear down the engine and eventually it breaks. This is your pancreas in your lifespan. Overwork it, and you'll build up your damage (insulin resistance) and become unable to maintain your glucose levels without help from medicines. Think of the medicines as someone pushing your broken down car. Sure, your getting somewhere - but it's definitely not as fast nor as enjoyable as driving used to be. The key is to not let your body break down in the first place. But of course if it does, changing those food and lifestyle habits that caused the dysfunction initially will put you on the 'road to recovery.' ❤️
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Christian Wallentadeja vu experience 2.0
Thx, if I use less insulin on my body does it help?!!
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