Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes, has tripled in the last 4 decades, and every other American and one in four children are affected by it.
According to experts, the situation will worsen, and 1 in 3 three Americans will develop diabetes by mid-century, and over 1/3 of all American adults are obese.
Yet, you should also consider the fact that diabetes is one of the strongest drivers of our federal debt, as 1 in 3 Medicare dollars is spent on it.
Diabetes, and all the accompanying health issues, ranging from mild insulin resistance and overweight to obesity and diabetes lead to cancer, heart disease, cancer, and premature death.
On the other hand, all these conditions can be prevented and reversed. Even though it is hard to treat and requires maintaining long-term weight loss, diabetes IS reversible, and all its complications like kidney failure, amputation, stroke, and dementia can be prevented by leading a healthy lifestyle and consuming a healthy diet.
Every American consumed 152 pounds of sugar and 146 pounds of flour annually, so this explains the high diabetes rate.
Massively obese patients can reverse their diabetes in several weeks with the help of a gastric bypass. This is due to the fact that food can be a medicine or a poison, and if you start consuming the right foods, the healing of the body happens soon.
The following 7 strategies will help you prevent, treat, and reverse diabetes without drugs or surgery:
- Get the Right Nutrients
In a combination with a proper diet and lifestyle changes, supplements will make cells more sensitive to insulin and better at metabolizing sugar and fat. They will regulate blood sugar and prevent diabetes.
These are the minimal recommended doses:
- A high-quality multivitamin and mineral supplement
- 1,000 – 2,000 IUs of vitamin D3
- 200 – 600 mcg of chromium poly nicotinate
- One to two grams of omega 3 fatty acids
- 300 – 600 mg of alpha lipoic acid twice daily
- 5 to 5 grams of PGX, before meals with 8 ounces of water. This is a unique type of fiber that controls appetite and blood sugar