The current protocol for treating Type-2 Diabetes is out dated on so many counts, it must be outlawed.
- Onset of Type-2 diabetes can be predicted many years in advance. Some of these predictive methods are inexpensive.
- If you have Type-2 diabetes, insulin resistance in your body causes blood sugar levels to spike. Conventional treatment protocol tries to reduce the blood sugar spike (symptom). Very little is done about treating the insulin resistance (cause).
- A drug called Metformin is commonly used to reduce insulin resistance (but only by a small margin). It is toxic to your mitochondria. If you are diabetic, your mitochondria are already damaged.
- Most diabetic drugs whip up your already weak pancreas to produce more insulin. In the process, they destroy whatever insulin production capacity you have left behind.
- Insulin injections top up the insulin level in the blood, making the body even more insulin resistant.
- The 40 minute brisk walk that doctor ordered you is not good enough. Your diabetes needs something much more rigorous.
- Tracking Body Mass Index (BMI) is useless, particularly if you are a thin Type-2 diabetic. Instead, track percentage body fat (PBF).
- Diabetes seem to originate in your gut. But no one works on your gut to fix your diabetes.
- Many thin diabetics probably have Diabetes Type 1.5. Not Diabetes Type 2.
- Many micronutrients help in reducing your insulin resistance. Standard diabetes protocols rarely include a microneutrient treatment.
- Of all the conventional Type-2 diabetes protocol, this is the deadliest: Feeding you with high-carb-low-fat diet for a disease that was caused by consumption of carbohydrate.
- There is a surgery that can reliably reverse diabetes in many of you. For reasons that continue to baffle me, almost no one outside the medical community is aware of it.
- If you have diabetes, the earlier you get control of it the better. If you are going to be waiting for your doctor to tell you these things, you will run out of time.
- There are thing you can do to reverse at least some of the damages caused by diabetes to your body.
In a series of articles to follow, I am going to discuss these points in detail, and support my presentation with references.
As of 2017, we don’t fully understand insulin resistance. We don’t even know what causes it. But there is a torrent of new knowledge that can help us get control of it. Once you do that, you can keep your blood sugar levels at near normal levels and stop diabetes from killing you slowly. If you put a break on diabetes for a few years, new science will come along and help you reverse it for good.