Regress Diabetes Without Medication
(AAI Smoothie Healing and Optimizing)
Regress Diabetes with smart smoothies. Really. It can be done. What’s most annoying about diabetes is having to give up some of the goodies we enjoyed most of our lives. However, contrary to popular belief, if you handle it properly, you can stabilize your diabetes enough that you can sometimes enjoy some of your favorite treats and satisfy that craving. There is a natural treatment for diabetes and this is definitely the way to start it.
Let’s talk about how our system works and the development, treatment, and prevention of diabetes:
When the small intestine absorbs food, it quickly releases sugars from the food known as glucose into the bloodstream. The pancreas senses this sudden jump in blood sugar and releases insulin, which is actually a hormone, and this links with glucose molecules to deliver this glucose to cells at a slow and steady rate. This slow and fixed delivery of glucose to cells keeps the cells working consistently, and as a result maintains the body’s energy levels steady throughout the day.
When we eat too much, we overload our bloodstream with glucose. Doing this puts your body in the state of hyperglycemia (high blood sugar), and your pancreas must strain itself to produce extra insulin in order to deal with the issue.
Conversely, if we eat very little quantities throughout the day, our blood sugar can drop to dangerous levels. The body becomes hypoglycemic (in a state of low blood sugar) and the production of insulin slows to a crawl. When we finally have the opportunity to put food in our stomach, glucose floods an unprepared bloodstream, leaving the pancreas struggling to produce enough insulin to properly deal with the sudden, dramatic change in blood sugar. As you can see, the role of regulating sugar levels in the body is of paramount importance. Finding a way to regress diabetes is unequivocally a major focal point for physicians here in America, where we continue to see an increase in the development of diabetes.
Over time, constant strain on one’s pancreas can lead to developing type II diabetes, which occurs when your insulin response isn’t able to appropriately manage the elevated levels of glucose present in your bloodstream. Even though type I diabetes is usually inherited genetically or incited by illness, type II diabetes usually results from many years of bad eating habits. Type II diabetes is much more common than type I. Moreover, it accounts for up to 95% of all diabetes diagnosed in America. As we’ve mentioned before, though, the good news is type II diabetes can be prevented or reversed with proper eating and lifestyle habits, which we will discuss here. To regress diabetes, it’s imperative that these lifestyle changes be tended to right away.
Before we can regress diabetes, we need to understand the intricacies of this illness. Here are some of the main symptoms associated with this disease.
Hypoglycemic symptoms: Hunger, sweating, dizziness, confusion, irregular heartbeat, numbness and/or tingling of the lips.
Diabetics may even experience symptoms of both hyper and hypoglycemia. You are more at risk of diabetes if you: are overweight or obese, have high blood pressure, have high LDL cholesterol, have the Family history of diabetes or heart disease, are of African-American, Asian-American, Latin-American, Pacific Islander or Native American descent.
Problems associated with diabetes include blindness, heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and poor circulation of the limbs (that may result in amputations).
To regress diabetes you must know that the key to maintaining healthy blood sugar levels is consistency and moderation. The objective is to make sure the blood sugar levels never get too high or too low, so insulin is constantly released at a steady rate.
The efficiency of insulin regulation is directly correlated to what we eat and how we eat it. In our continued quest to regress diabetes, consuming high fiber, low sugar and nutrient dense plant foods on a consistent, sensible schedule can significantly improve how your body regulates its energy levels. Consuming these foods as a smoothie is incredibly efficient for the body at the digestive level, by breaking it down almost to a molecular level, ensuring your body’s cells get exactly what they need by making it easily absorbable.
- High fiber fruits, vegetables and legumes like leafy greens, berries, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, apples and beans
Once in the intestines, soluble fiber turns into a gel that slows the absorption of sugars in the blood. This stabilizes the rate at which the pancreas releases insulin. Insoluble fiber helps blood sugar levels by bulking up the foods without adding extra fat, sugar, protein or calories. This allows the body to feel full on foods that do not release too much glucose, limiting insulin-spikes that can lead to type II diabetes. These plant foods are also high in vitamins and other antioxidants that help combat free radicals especially dangerous to those with diabetes.
Research suggests that enjoying 1 to 2 tablespoons of cinnamon a day can significantly help the body to process insulin.
These foods carry high levels of magnesium, which happens to be a mineral that diabetics seem to always lack. Magnesium has been noted to help control glucose levels and prevent damage to the retina, which is a common concern among diabetics.
- Complex carbohydrates like whole oats, brown rice, quinoa and whole-wheat
Complex carbohydrates take a time to be transformed into glucose in the body, which causes a slower, steadier release of insulin than simpler, refined carbohydrates, which spike your blood sugar levels.
A serving of each supplies just about the recommended daily requirements of chromium, a mineral that helps cells by decreasing the buildup of excess blood sugar.
- Wild Reishi (Extract from)
A Chinese study conducted by researchers at the Department of Pharmacology of Peking University in Beijing whom published
in the December issue of 2006 of the Journal of Asian Natural Products Research, specifically looked into the reishi mushroom’s effects on diabetic kidney disease. After the 8-week trial period, the diabetic subjects showed noticeably reduced markers of kidney stress, as well as a considerable reduction of triglyceride and blood sugar levels. The researchers determined that reishi mushrooms could prevent or halt the progression of diabetic kidney complications.
In an earlier study, which was published in the May 2009 edition of Phytomedicine, it was recorded that over a period of 1 month the researchers fed 0.03 and 0.3g/kg of reishi mushrooms extract to mice that had been diagnosed with diabetes. The reishi extracts were noted to lower their blood sugar levels within a single week, prompting the researchers to believe that reishi inhibits an enzyme used by the liver to produce glucose. Look up this incomparable extract online. Google search Wild Reishi Super Potency Extract by Dragon Herbs. We have no affiliation with them but trust, promote and use their brand.
Diabetes is an illness that affects the whole country and can ultimately affect anyone that isn’t managing their diet properly. At AAI Rejuvenation Clinic, we offer testing kits that allow you to check your blood sugar levels at home if you are someone interested in understanding how their body is processing sugars. If you have and are looking to regress diabetes, we want to help you. If you are a man and are suffering from erectile dysfunction set on by diabetes, know that there is hope through testosterone therapy. In The Journal of Sexual Medicine, Volume 3, Issue 2, Pages 253 – 266 (March 2006) a study was conducted on men that had low testosterone levels, were diabetic and suffered from erectile dysfunction. After being treated with injectable testosterone therapy for only 2 weeks 30% of the group noticed a significant difference in their erection firmness and their ability to maintain their erection. These men continued their testosterone therapy and continued to document noted benefits in all areas related to libido and sexual function. We can help you test your low testosterone and help you qualify for testosterone therapy. If you have never participated in Testosterone therapy and are interested in finding out about qualifying for Testosterone injections Therapy you can fill out our Medical History Form and be contacted within 24 hours or, you can call us directly by dialing;