Reversing Diabetes – Can Diabetes Be Reversed?
Diabetes can be reversed if only it is managed very well. Remember that the human body is very powerful, and it can heal itself, from repairing its internal organs to damaged skin. Type 2 diabetes has been shown that it can be reversed, and mostly by weight loss.
People who have had Type 2 diabetes for 4 years or less, weight loss can reverse their diabetic condition, since the secretion of insulin is returned to normal. Type 2 diabetes is caused by too much fats, and especially in the pancreas and liver. These fats prevent both secretion and the normal functioning of insulin to the body. This condition can be reversed by losing weight. Losing 5% to 10% of your weight accompanied with physical exercises can help to slow the progress of Type 2 diabetes or stop its progress.
The point is that the amount of fats that people can tolerate in their bodies is different. Type 2 diabetes only develops when the amount of fats in your body is more that your body can tolerate. Diabetes will only disappear when this person loses these fats, which can only be done through weight loss.
Healthy diets alone have been found to reverse diabetes complications in mice. To date, diabetes reversal in humans has been found in anecdotal basis. Achieving better blood glucose control has been associated with improved kidney function and reduced neuropathy symptoms.
Limiting the amount of calories that you take can help to reduce your blood sugar to a non-diabetic level, up to a point where you will be classified to be pre diabetic. The more your weight results are good, the better you are in reversing diabetes.
***If your diabetes is reversed, you can leave taking medications. You can then manage your blood glucose at normal levels without these medications and stick to healthy diet, weight management and physical exercises.