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My mom didn't see her type II diabetes diagnosis coming…

by , 18 August 2014

When my mom got the diagnosis that she had type II diabetes, it was a big shock to her and my whole family. She hadn't been feeling great for a while, but she never thought it was anything to really worry about.

But type II diabetes is a silent killer. Most people, like my mom, are only diagnosed once serious health complications have occurred.

Don't let this be your fate!

Read on to find out early warning signs and how to prevent it turning into full blown diabetes…


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Listen to your body to detect symptoms of Type II Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes causes serious health complications. That's why it’s very important to know how to spot the symptoms...

The symptoms of type 2 diabetes are:

·         Increased thirst
·         Increased hunger (especially after eating)
·         Dry mouth and sweet breath
·         Frequent urination, yeast infections and itchy skin usually around the vaginal or groin area
·         Unexplained weight loss (even though you’re eating and feel hungry) or recent weight gain
·         Fatigue (weak, tired feeling)
·         Blurred, decreased vision
·         Headaches
·         Loss of consciousness (rare)
·         Slow-healing sores or cuts
·         Velvety dark skin changes of the neck, armpit, and groin, called acanthosis nigricans
·         Numbness and tingling of the hands and feet
·         Impotency

If any of these seem familiar, it's important to go for a glucose blood test. And start a treatment plan, for early prevention of further serious complications. My mom’s approach was a full lifestyle change these can be the beginning of reversing the onset…

Seven steps to help your body reverse diabetes

The good news (about time!) is that most individuals with Type 2 diabetes are able to reverse or dramatically slow down their disease with the proper steps:

  1. Get insulin problems under control- Diabetes is turned on by insulin resistance. But proper insulin sensitivity you can help reverse the process. Limit consumption of sugars, grains and processed carbohydrates and focus on healthy proteins, fats and green veggies.


  1. Get your fats in good balance- Overabundance of Omega-6 fats in the diet is a contributing factor in diabetes. Pay attention to your intake of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fats and try to get them closer to a 1:1 ratio. For many people, supplementing with a good quality Omega-3 oil can help. Avoid Omega-6 seed oils and their sources. Eat fatty fish like salmon and sardines for the Omega-3s.


  1. Fix your gut- Not your beer gut, your intestines. Grains and toxins cause damage to the intestinal lining and facilitate leaky gut syndrome. Depleted beneficial bacteria in the gut caused by poor diet, antibiotic use or being bottle fed as a baby can make the problem worse. Remove the grains, avoid toxins whenever possible and take a high quality probiotic to help the intestines heal. As a note: Some people will have continued damage to the gut with exposure to grains, especially gluten, as little as only every ten days or even every six months.


  1. Exercise- Even the mainstream medical community recognizes the advantage of exercise, as it increases your muscles’ ability to use insulin and over time, can help fix insulin resistance. All exercise isn’t created equal though and fortunately, smaller amounts of high intensity exercise have been shown to have a better effect on insulin levels (and weight loss) than an hour of daily moderate cardio. According to the Healthy Sceptic: “A pair of studies done at McMaster University found that “6-minutes of pure, hard exercise once a week could be just as effective as an hour of daily moderate activity. I recommend high intensity exercise anyway for its various health advantages, and it’s great for diabetes control too.


  1. Lose excess weight- Obesity and diabetes often go hand in hand, and while the debate still rages on if one causes the other, studies show that losing weight can help mitigate diabetes, and also lowers your risk of getting it to begin with. Certain dietary and lifestyle improvements can help you lose weight and are beneficial for diabetes reversal as well.


  1. Reduce StressStress raises cortisol and can lead to hormone imbalance, insulin issues and increases risk for certain types of disease. Work to reduce your sources of stress from lack of sleep, exposure to toxins, mental and emotional sources and poor diet. Getting quality sleep every night can help reduce stress hormone levels and is great for blood sugar.


  1. Supplement- Supplements can help your body heal from diabetes, especially while your body works to gain proper insulin reactions again. Supplements often associated with helping diabetes symptoms and improving the disease are cinnamon, omega-3 fatty acids, alpha lipoic acid, chromium, coenzyme Q10, garlic, and magnesium and the big one is Vitamin D!

My mom is working on reversing her type 2 Diabetes but it’s a long process but the lifestyle changes are essential.

Seeing my mom with this disease has been hard and I’m trying to do everything in my power to help her find solutions. I hope these help you or your loved one.


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