A new report by the CDC says that by 2050, nearly one-third of American adults will be diabetic.
There is much supporting evidence to suggest that changing your diet will not only prevent insulin resistance, hypoglycemia and Diabetes but may reverse it.
Cut out all refined sugars from your diet especially High Fructose Corn Syrup, which pretends to be natural but is not.
Stop drinking sodas. Diabetes obviously has a cause. It's a disease of the 21st century and must be linked to our modern diet. Since diabetes is an imbalance in the way we digest and metabolize sugar we must consider soda as the worst of what we all ingest…liquid, refined sugar.
In nature, sugars are often locked into insoluble fibers like cane, which slows down digestion and lowers the effective glycemic index of the sugar. They are also always combined with essential trace minerals and phytonutrients that are beneficial. Man-made, refined sugars like High-Fructose Corn Syrup is stripped of virtually all minerals, contains no fiber and has none of the healing phytonutrients that you might encounter in a natural sugar plants.
This leaves Agave Syrup, Maple Syrup, honey and a newly discovered sugar called Xylitol.
Increase your intake of antioxidant-laden berries, super green foods like spirulina and chlorella, trace mineral endowed sea vegetables and green tea. VegeLight)
Engage in a low impact daily activity that increases your heart rate and adds oxygen to your blood.
Eat or add 2000 IU of Vitamin D to you0r diet and make sure you get 15 minutes of un protected sun exposure a day. Not only does Vitamins D3 prevent diabetes its deficiency is linked to cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, weak skeletal system and low immunity
Avoid all processed foods, artificial flavorings and all white carbohydrates.
Add 35 grams of fiber to your diet every day.
Limit your intake of red meat and dairy to avoid over consumption of added hormones.