If you’re concerned about your diabetes diagnosis — whether it’s type 2 or prediabetes — then you need to hear everything I’m going to share with you. It’s that important.
If you’re not concerned… well, maybe you should be. The fact is that diabetes is a scary diagnosis. Diabetics are at greatly increased risk of…
Contrary to popular belief, it’s perfectly possible to improve type 2 and prediabetes, to reduce or normalize blood sugar, and reduce or eliminate the need for antidiabetic drugs and insulin injections.
But, hey, don’t take my word for these claims. Listen what experts from leading universities and institutions had to say about it:
The hallmark of type 2 and prediabetes is insulin resistance. By the way, prediabetes is just a milder form of type 2 diabetes, that frequently progresses to outright type 2.
Insulin resistance is the state when your body — such as your muscles, fat cells and liver cells — doesn’t respond properly to insulin anymore.
This applies both to insulin that your pancreas makes, and injected insulin. Insulin resistance is the main cause of type 2 and prediabetes, and common in type 1 as well.
To improve type 2 and prediabetes you need to reduce insulin resistance. When the insulin finally is more effective inside your body, your pancreas will actually produce the same amount of insulin (or less) but your blood sugar will still be lower, thanks to the greater impact of insulin.
And THAT, my friend, is the reason why type 2 and prediabetes can be treated naturally: The pancreas still produces adequate insulin. You probably have more than enough insulin in your blood right now to maintain normal blood sugars, but the insulin resistance is preventing your body from utilizing it properly.
So you don’t need more insulin, you just need to “retune…