Most of us ignored the manual, just plugged it in and tried to figure out the rest. Today, most new electronics now come with a quick start guide which has the most basic 4 or 5 steps to get your machine working and then anything else you needed, you could reference the detailed instruction manual.
Instruction manuals are just so much more useful this way. I can write an entire book about obesity oh, wait, I did that already , or fasting oh, wait, coming up or type 2 diabetes next up for But many of you will not want to go through the entire instruction manual. So this is the quick start guide for reversing your type 2 diabetes. Most doctors, dietitians and diabetes specialists claim that type 2 diabetes is a chronic and progressive disease.
The American Diabetes Association, for example, almost proudly proclaims this on its website. Type 2 diabetes is almost always reversible. Recognizing this truth is the crucial first step in reversing your diabetes or pre-diabetes.
Suppose your friend is diagnosed as diabetic, then works hard to lose 50 pounds. He takes himself off all his medications and his blood sugars are now normal. What would you say to him? Keep it up! My doctor says this is a chronic and progressive disease so you must be lying to me. The disease is reversible. But only diet and lifestyle changes will reverse it. NOT medications. The most important thing, of course, is to lose weight. Quite the contrary. Insulin, for example is notorious for causing weight gain.
Patients intuitively sense that they are heading down the wrong path. Yet you prescribed me a drug that made me gain 25 pounds. How is that good? It was not good. The key was weight loss, whereupon the diabetes often goes away or at least gets significantly better.
So, logically, insulin does not help reverse the disease, but actually worsens it. Other medications such as metformin or the DPP4 drug class are usually weight neutral or have a slight weight loss effect.
Medications make blood sugars better, but not the diabetes. The essential feature of type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes is that our bodies are completely filled with sugar.
Imagine our bodies to be a sugar bowl. A bowl of sugar. When we are young, our sugar bowl is empty. Over decades, we eat too much of the wrong things — sugary cereals, desserts and white bread. The sugar bowl gradually fills up with sugar until completely full. The next time you eat, sugar comes into the body, but the bowl is full, so it spills out into the blood. Insulin is a normal hormone produced when we eat and its job is to allow glucose into the cells.
When it is no longer able to do it, glucose piles up outside the cell in the blood, and it is called insulin resistance. But why does this happen? Like trying to blow air into an over-inflated balloon, it simply takes more force. Insulin resistance is an overflow phenomenon.
At first, the clothes go without any trouble. After a certain point, though, it is just impossible to jam in those last 2 T-shirts. The cell is filled to bursting with glucose, so trying to force more in is difficult and requires much higher doses of insulin.
When the insulin levels are unable to keep up with the increasing resistance, blood sugars rise and your doctor diagnoses you with type 2 diabetes and starts you on a pill, such as metformin. But metformin does not get rid of the sugar. Instead, it simply takes the sugar from the blood and rams it back into the liver. Much of this extra sugar will also just get turned into fat. The problem, of course, has not been solved — the sugar bowl is still overflowing.
So, the very next time you eat, the exact same thing happens. Sugar comes in, spills out into the blood and you take metformin to cram the sugar back into the body. This works for a while, but eventually, the body fills up with sugar, too. Now, that same dose of metformin cannot force any more sugar into the body. So you go to your doctor. MP3 Music. Pre-order Price Guarantee.
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Elevated blood sugar leads to rebound hunger that causes you to eat more at the next meal, which can make you gain weight 7. Second, most margarines contain trans fats , which are the most unhealthy type of fat you can eat. Food manufacturers create trans fats by adding hydrogen to vegetable oils in order to make them appear more like saturated fats, which are solid at room temperature. While studies have not shown saturated fats to cause harm, trans fats are definitely bad for you.
Toast with margarine raises your blood sugar and insulin levels, causes rebound hunger and increases your risk of weight gain and heart disease. The only healthy ingredient is the eggs. In addition, commercially sold muffins are often very large. The dramatic increase in portion sizes over the past 30 years is believed to play a major role in the obesity epidemic. Sometimes muffins are topped with additional sugar, or filled with chocolate chips or dried fruit , further adding to their sugar and calorie content.
Muffins are usually high in refined flour, refined vegetable oils and sugar, all of which are very unhealthy. Some fruit juices on the market actually contain very little juice and are sweetened with sugar or high-fructose corn syrup. High sugar levels increase your risk of obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and other diseases 14 , 15 , Consuming large amounts of fruit juice can have the same effects on your weight and health as drinking sugar-sweetened beverages The resulting spike in insulin and drop in blood sugar can make you feel tired, shaky and hungry.
Despite a reputation for being healthy, fruit juice is very hign in sugar. It actually contains a similar amount as sugary soda. Toaster pastries are an undeniably quick and easy breakfast option. However, their ingredients are anything but healthy. For instance, Pop Tarts contain white flour, brown sugar, high fructose corn syrup and soybean oil. In addition to being high in sugar and refined flour, toaster pastries only have a couple of grams of protein.
One study showed that women who ate a breakfast with 3 grams of protein and 44 grams of carbs were hungrier and consumed more at lunch than women who ate a high-protein, low-carb breakfast Around The Web.
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