Cured? Not sure that's the right word to use.
However, I have known of people that have had "reversals" of the condition.
IE, they go off insulin, or were able to drastically reduce their insulin dosage,
after using food based supplements.
Diabetes can not be cured forever.However you can control your sugar level by diet and some special exercises.
Follow yoga with Pranayam(breathing exercise) and some aasans. Do 'Kapalbhati Pranayam' ; 'Mandukaasan' and 'Taadasan' .Your sugar will be in control.
Try to search about Purple Corn and see how its anthocyanin allegedly works to keep blood sugar levels normal.
My grandfather was "border-line" for decades - never went on medication. Many of my personal training clients have stated that exercise controls their blood sugar best. What is amazing some of my clients continued to be technically obese - by the standards set forth of the waistline circumference (women 35", men 40") and yet IF they exercise the sugar levels can be maintained. Exercise may not be a cure but it is a great preventative therapy which I wish I could encourage more people to take advantage of.
Our culture has promoted lethargy. Changing that paradigm is key to our good health not just for diabetes but for all ailments - heart, arthritis and more not to mention back and knee problems. The back is supported by the abdominal muscles and tight hamstrings can cause a bad back. The knee joint is supported by the muscles around it.
Muscles are the armor of our body, exercise is the true natural medicine that we all need.
by Robuck4 5 years ago
If you have Diabetes, what is your formula for keeping your blood sugar under control?What medications are you on?
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by tvs290 2 years ago
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by Bethisawesome 6 years ago
I have a couple questions I was hoping you guys could help me with. I was diagnosed with hypoglycemia about 6 months ago. For the last 6 years or so prior to being diagnosed, I ate only a meal at night(normal sized). Now I eat 3 times daily but breakfast and lunch are usually just enough to keep my...
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by India Arnold 6 years ago
I do Not believe diabetes can be controlled through diet alone. What do you think?
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