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With type 2 diabetes, the pancreas often makes enough insulin but the body has trouble using it. This has been called insulin resistance as it appears the body has become desensitized to the effects of insulin. This is probably the result of long-term high sugar intake and explains why adult onset is most common. Years of processed sugar and high GI foods bombard the body with un-naturally high amounts of simple glucose.

Brenda, I’m so thrilled to have found you, where have you been all my life? I’m so into healthy everything, and really tired of going to web sites thinking we are of like minds…BOOM! NOT…you’re the real deal, thank you for all you do, for those of us who walk the walk, but still need to milk(non-dairy of course) the brains of precious angels like you! I’ve been on a lifestyle program for over 13yrs & have lost 150 lbs, I went through all the BS “diet” plans, loss 60, gain 80 back…finally the light dawned! I’ve been a model & actress, had been anorexic, so NOT eating was/is a place I’ve visited many times. Part of my crazy diet mania was a fast that was 3 weeks, I lasted 2, it was only 3 protein smoothies a day, zero solid food, water/herb tea…I was working 6 nights a week & had a 3yr old & a teen! OMG what could I have been thinking of? Your detox/cleanse is so doable, and yes I Tivo Dr OZ everyday, no I don’t need to lose any more weight, but I totally believe in cleansing our bodies…it’s like what we do for our car, a little tune up. I went away from dairy milk only because Almond was less calories, then I ran out for a few days & my tummy was upset,(we had fat free in for hubs & kids) I was what’s different? DUH…Who knew? Not me, it also tastes so much better, I mean come on, blind taste test dairy tastes like nothing! Also adore coconut, soy…so much out there, I’m stunned by how many people don’t GET IT? This is 2014 my goodness, I have recipes emailed to me that are freakishly scary…like “Weekend Casserole” over the moon fat/carbs/SODIUM unbelievable…one had, I swear over 6,800mg of sodium per serving…just dial 911 before you take the 1st bite! Honey, I get my herbs/vities/organic stuff, from Swanson.com they have a great selection of almost everything. I usually buy my fish oil locally because I get a better deal…I’ve got nothing to do with them except I’ve been shopping there quit awhile now & they’re prices are good & fast S&H. I brought them up cause I just got a high protein & fiber hemp from them, I’m big on meal replacement smoothies just whenever I feel like it…this stuff is terrible! Holy cow, I tried everything to make it look & taste better…YUCK! What was I thinking of, miss know-it-all, blew it… looks & tastes like dirt (poop)! I actually love green juice and/or smoothies…this is so not that, HELP! When I stumbled upon your perfect web post http://www.diabetes.detox.diabetescx.com/diabetes.detox=a3506/ was/am in heaven, I’ve been here for like 2hrs, I have been up & down, but yup…you had me at your crustless coconut custard…Bless you and your family, Andrea

For people with diabetes, healthy eating is not simply a matter of “what one eats”, but also when one eats. The question of how long before a meal one should inject insulin is asked in Sons Ken, Fox and Judd (1998). It depends upon the type one takes and whether it is long-, medium- or quick-acting insulin. If patients check their blood glucose at bedtime and find that it is low, for example below 6 millimoles per liter (108 mg/dL), it is advisable that they take some long-acting carbohydrate before retiring to bed to prevent night-time hypoglycemia. Night sweats, headaches, restless sleep, and nightmares can be a sign of nocturnal hypoglycemia, and patients should consult their doctor for adjustments to their insulin routine if they find that this is the case.[28] Counterintuitively, another possible sign of nocturnal hypoglycemia is morning hyperglycemia, which actually occurs in response to blood sugar getting too low at night. This is called the Somogyi effect.

Over the years, toxins from food and the environment accumulate in the fat adipose tissues. These tissues release pro-inflammatory chemicals that cause more inflammation and oxidative stress. In addition, the body holds onto this fat for protection, making it difficult to lose weight and burn belly fat. 

First i would like to say thank you so much for this information. I stumbled across your videos looking on how to heal my PCOS and Diabetes. My endocrinologist practices integrative medicine. She does not want me to end up on insulin and then suggested surgery for a stomach sleeve -_- which I thought was unnecessary. I currently am on four different medications(Tradjenta, Metformin, Birth Control and Glimeperide) at the age of 26. She has included ALAmax Protect and Vitamin D as natural supplements to help me. I’ve added moderate activity and I’ve changed my diet to reflect no processed carbs/sugars. I still eat dairy however and after watching your video I know I need to leave it alone for a while (I love cheese!). I haven’t noticed huge changes and I’m thinking that all the medication I’ve been putting in my body for the last few years is not helping.

Need another reason to choose this nonstarchy vegetable? The serving size for raw peppers is a whole cup. That’s a lot of food! A serving of cooked or roasted red peppers is 1/2 cup. Strips of raw peppers are highly portable — they can go in the lunch box or in your carry-on when flying. They’re also a colorful addition on an appetizer tray and pair well with many dips.

Avocados are known for their heart-healthy monounsaturated fat content. When substituting these fats for saturated fat, they can improve cholesterol levels, decreasing your risk of heart disease, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

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Alcohol: Alcohol can dangerously increase blood sugar and lead to liver toxicity. Research published in Annals of Internal Medicine found that there was a 43 percent increased incidence of diabetes associated with heavy consumption of alcohol, which is defined as three or more drinks per day. (8) Beer and sweet liquors are especially high in carbohydrates and should be avoided.

Artichoke: contains potent polyphenols (bioflavonoids, caffeoyl-quinic acids) that work to cleanse the liver and provide antioxidant protection while it releases accumulated toxins. Artichoke increases the production of bile in the liver to aid in the digestion of fats, which can relieve bloating, gas and other uncomfortable symptoms of indigestion. Artichoke is an excellent source of fiber, and contains magnesium, folate and Vitamin C.

Food for thought. I am a type 2 diabetic and working very hard to figure out all the proper diet/exercise. I was on three oral meds at the beginning of this year and had insulin shots suggested as the next step. No way! I did the enemas far more frequent than I probably should have but tried colon hydrotherapy and within a couple visits cut Jardiance daily dose in half and fast forward to today, I’m on metformin only. So since January off two meds completely and still working on this third one.

Calcium-D Glucarate: converts to glucaric acid in your body, supporting a crucial detoxification pathway in your liver. Glucaric acid scavenges your body to bind and eliminate unavoidable toxins that would otherwise wreak havoc on your health and performance.

Monounsaturated fatty acids (found in olive oil, canola oil, peanut oil, nuts, and avocados) and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (found in fish, shellfish, flaxseed, and walnuts) should be the first choice for fats.

Insulin then enables glucose to enter cells in the body, particularly muscle and liver cells. Here, insulin and other hormones direct whether glucose will be burned for energy or stored for future use.

Regardless of the route you go, your number one goal should be to cut added sugars from your diet. That includes most desserts, sugar-sweetened beverages and many processed foods or snacks. In general, men should consume no more than nine teaspoons, or about 36 grams of sugar per day, while women should eat no more than six teaspoons, or about 25 grams, of added sugars per day, according to the American Heart Association. In other words, it’s time to start reading nutrition labels.

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