When people are first diagnosed with diabetes, the traditional medical community approaches the disease as if it can not be cured. Modern doctors and nurses are trained to treat diabetes as a "progressive disease." In fact, this is the terminology they use when they talk to you. They say things like, "As your diabetes progresses, you'll need to..." as if it was a foregone conclusion that it WILL indeed progress, i.e. that there is no chance for a cure. Moreover, they are trained to treat the symptoms of diabetes, not the underlying causes. Specifically, almost all treatment is focused on lowering blood sugar, not on curing what is causing the blood sugar to be high in the first place.
Newly diagnosed patients are trained on how to test their own blood sugar. They are encouraged to do so often. They are taught how to adjust their medications, both oral medications and insulin injections, according to their sugar levels. A diabetic's whole life often ends up revoling around how their blood sugar reading will turn out. It can become rather depressing which can cause their diabetes to get worse.
By controlling blood sugar, the medical industry can chart the information and document what they call "progress." The problem is with their type of "progress" your diabetes will progress as a foregone conclusion right for the start.
Even support groups, often organized by or sponsored by local hospitals, are mostly focused on helping each other cope with the fact you're going to get worse rather than helping each other cure diabetes. Don't get me wrong - I think support groups are great BUT I wish there was more support for helping each other CURE diabetes.
The worst part to me is that the diet prescribed by modern medicine for the diabetic does not even come close to what it should be if the focus is to CURE diabetes. It does not focus on eliminating certain foods that CAUSE diabetes. In fact, it actually prevents one from curing it and it does not focus on adding those foods that are literally like medicine to the diabetic - and NOT just medicine to help lower blood sugar but can actually help the body to heal itself and get rid of the diabetes.
I have cured my own diabetes and I don't just mean lowering blood sugar. My blood sugar no longer surges when I eat a heavy helpings of carbs because I have actually cured my diabetes, not just maintained the primary symptom. It only took me about 5 months to get there. I'm in my mid-40's and I literally feel better than I have since I was 30 years old. I'm quite certain I have added many years to my lifespan given what I have done. I have a new lease on life and I really want to get this message out to as many other diabetics as possible:
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