Type-2 Diabetes is not a Life Sentence
Type-2 Diabetes (also known as Insulin Resistance Diabetes) can be reversed by making certain drastic but rewarding lifestyle changes.
You might have learned that type 2 diabetes is due to a certain lifestyle, which include a poor diet and a lack of exercise. We see type 2 diabetes as the cause of poor insulin management.
To rectify the problem, you first have to learn what went wrong in your body to be able to understand why certain lifestyle changes need to happen.
1. Poor Diet
By “poor diet” we mean the type of food which causes the pancreas to release too much insulin, constantly bathing the cells in insulin up to the point where they become resistant and therefore glucose cannot be stored in the cells anymore. This result in a buildup of insulin and glucose in the blood stream.
When high levels of insulin are in the blood stream, it is impossible for the cells to receive or release glucose (energy).
This is what we call Insulin Resistance:
- Glucose starts to back up in the blood stream, but the body can manage this for a certain time, by turning the glucose into fat. This is not a natural pathway, but it is forced to happen.
- High triglycerides, because of the fat build-up in the blood. (Thus, high triglycerides are almost always linked to a high carbohydrate diet)
- Metabolic Syndrome, which has a bunch of different symptoms such as hormonal problems, like…
- High Estrogen and High Testosterone, which cause women getting bald and men growing breast and beer bellies.
- Estrogen also causes weight gain, which develop fat cells.
- Fat cells manufacture their own estrogen, which causes weight gain – a vicious circle.
2. Poor Metabolism
A poor metabolism is normally one of the causes of a “poor diet”. Besides the point that a high carbohydrate diet causes too much insulin to be released, a “poor diet” also does not consist of the right nutrients, fibers, vitamins and minerals our bodies need.
Skipping meals are the other factor which slows the metabolism, because when the body does not get the right nutrition at the right time, it holds back on all reserves because it thinks that a famine is on the way.
3. Lack of Exercise
To burn stored energy in the cells, burn excess glucose in the blood stream and to get the metabolism running like it is supposed to you need to do some sort of exercise.
Whatever exercise you prefer, do it for at least 30 minutes every day to get your heart rate up and burn some energy.
Note: Please, don’t make the mistake which most people make, and that is the attitude to eat anything you like just because you did some exercise.
4. Lack of Sleep
Research has shown that if we don’t get enough sleep, we tend to crave high carbohydrate foods. (It is almost as if the body’s cycle is not completed before we start the next day)
Why do you have to use Manna Blood Sugar Support with each meal?
It has been scientifically proven that Manna Blood Sugar Support slows down the absorption of glucose from the food you eat to the blood stream up to 43%. Thus, Manna Blood Sugar Support reduces the GI of anything you eat by up to 43%.