Can You Reverse Type Two Diabetes? The Answer Is a Resounding Yes!
Exciting new research from the University of Newcastle in the UK has shown that diabetes type two can be reversed. Dr. Taylor and his team were intrigued by the almost immediate reversal of diabetic symptoms in patients who had gastric by-pass surgery. Their investigations revealed that deposits of fat in the liver and pancreas of type two diabetics prevented cause the continuous production of sugar in the liver and inhibited the production of insulin by the pancreas. Remove the excess fat and the body fixes itself.Type 2 Diabetes – Six Ways You’re Stopping Your Metabolism From Working Efficiently
Most people know they need to boost their metabolism to ensure their body is working at peak efficiency. If you have Type 2 diabetes, this is even more vital. However, there are things you may be doing to prevent this from happening without even knowing it, so read on and learn…Sugar Is the Enemy
Are you one of those people who suffer from diabetes? Well, as you probably already know, “sugar is the enemy”. Sugar is in everything we eat these days so the trick is to find what you can eat that has really low or no sugar content. You will not only help ward off diabetes, but you’ll most likely lose weight in the process and that can’t be all bad.Type 2 Diabetes – Gum Disease And Inflammation of Tissue Underlying the Teeth During Pregnancy
Gingivitis, inflammation of the gums, and periodontitis, inflammation of the bones and soft tissue underlying the teeth, occurs more frequently in people who have Type 2 diabetes, as well as older people in general. Researchers at the University of Kentucky in Louisville, United States, and the Ege University in Izmir, Turkey, looked at gingivitis in women and how that might affect their babies. Their study, reported on in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology in May 2015, included 117 pregnant women…Type 2 Diabetes – Carbohydrates As A Source of Energy
There seems to be a love/hate relationship between Type 2 diabetics and carbohydrates. On one hand, they cause a spike in blood sugar, which is especially harmful to diabetics. On the other, they are abundant sources of energy and the food sources containing carbohydrates are often quite delicious. Type 2 diabetes is characterized by hyperglycemia, or chronically elevated levels of blood sugar. This is a serious condition not to be taken lightly. Therefore, diabetics should be very conscious of their meal choices to ensure they don’t further aggravate their condition. This applies particularly to foods containing carbohydrates.