Low carbohydrate, nutrient-dense, animal food-rich diet. Meat and eggs don’t cause type 2 diabetes. They help reverse it.
Instead of refined sucrose, try Inositol as Myo-Inositol or IP6. It’s sweet and can even stabilize blood sugar, which can enhance insulin metabolism, treat depression and diabetes, and is also important for fresh stem cells and ATP energy metabolism.
Get sunlight. Increased bright sunlight exposure is associated with a reduced risk for type II diabetes and heart disease by lowering blood insulin and lipid levels.
Exercise and movement. Glucose levels have been shown to decline after exercise.
Keep stress down! High cortisol is shown to be a major cause of diabetes. It’s crucial the body isn’t in a state of high stress all the time. Try meditation, affirmations, EVOX therapy, or Wim Hof breathing.
Are fruit and honey okay to eat? If you purposely overeat on sugar past satiety, or you don’t eat enough vitamins and minerals and b vitamins, the sugar might cause more stress on the body. However, normal amounts of tropical fruits and honey may be okay. I eat raw honey every day. The sugar I eat is mostly from organic fruit and honey. Some studies show honey can actually lower your blood sugar. Along with fructose and glucose, honey contains hundreds of compounds: phenols, amino acids, minerals. One of the reasons honey may be protective is because fructose can actually get into the mitochondria without insulin. When it does, it can help to restore the oxidation of glucose, allowing blood glucose levels to fall as their normal uptake increases. High blood sugar is a deeper problem than just a few bites of raw honey a day. It’s consistently eating processed carbs and fake foods. As for fruit, fructose itself is a naturally occurring substance in nature that has been part of the human diet since the beginning of humanity. High-fructose corn syrup on the other hand is an entirely different story – it is an unnatural chemically altered food. It is bad in every aspect. When fruit has fully ripened the disaccharide (double sugar molecule) sucrose is broken down easily into fructose and glucose (single sugar molecules), requiring very little digestive strength, (the same is true for raw honey and well-cooked root vegetables). To summarize, type II diabetes is preventable by taking the right lifestyle steps. Keeping stress low, avoiding industrial vegetable oils, and prioritizing nutrient-dense foods is key to keeping blood sugar levels normal. Insulin resistance leading to metabolic syndrome and diabetes is the root cause of virtually all chronic diseases in the Western world. Get in shape now.