What is type 3 diabetes? We all know there are two main types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2. There is also the transient gestational diabetes which only affects women during pregnancy. But now diabetes is being linked with Alzheimer’s and it’s being called type 3. Are you at risk? Continue reading What Is Type 3 Diabetes? – Are you at risk?
I came across a research paper dating back to 2005. It was about the relationship between obesity in children, magnesium deficiency and insulin resistance. Insulin resistance (IR) precedes the development of type 2 diabetes (T2D). A condition you do not want your child to acquire, especially at such an early age. Continue reading Obesity in Children and Mg deficiency = insulin resistance
What have you been told?
Reversing diabetes naturally will be scoffed at by the allopathic medical fraternity. They will tell you that type 2 diabetes is a progressive and chronic disease. A disease that can be controlled adequately with pharmaceutical drugs but can never be cured. Patients are expected to live as best they can with type 2, but in the end succumb to its various symptoms which are multiple and unpleasant. Continue reading Reversing Diabetes Naturally – and it costs nothing!
More importantly, how to reverse it!
So you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Has your doctor explained to you what you can do to reduce or reverse your symptoms? Does it involve pharmaceutical drugs? Have you been told it’s hereditary and/or to do with your lifestyle? Is it implied that it’s your fault? Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes – what causes it?
Who Can Get Diabetes
This is such a huge subject, I want to concentrate on the more common type of Diabetes which is Type II – adult onset diabetes. This description of ‘adult onset’ may soon have to be changed as more children and teenagers are succumbing to this disease, mainly because of their unhealthy diet and sugar overload due to soft drinks, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) and other damaging choices.
Is Sugar The Culprit?
We all need a certain amount of sugar in our diet as it is necessary for energy but an overload of sugar in the diet can cause Magnesium (Mg) deficiency. The problem is, our refined sugar does not come from eating the sugar cane or the sugar beet. Sugar is processed and ‘purified’ so that when we consume it, it is a concentration of its original form. Hence far too much is then taken into the body. Nutrients that were in that plant have been removed. Metallic nutrients such as Mg, Cobalt (Co), Chromium (Cr), Manganese (Mn), Copper (Cu) and Zinc (Zn) are all lost; these minerals are essential to life. The body then has to use its reserves of vitamins and minerals to process the concentration of sugar so that it is digested. Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes and Treatments