Traditional medicine emphasizes "managing diabetes" rather than "curing diabetes." So first, I should probably point out the difference. Managing diabetes means you do things to keep the symptoms of diabetes in check, i.e. you do things to lower your blood sugar. In traditional medicine, this mostly means you take oral medication and/or insulin and adjust it according to how high (or low) your blood sugar is when you check it several times a day/week/month. Most traditional doctors will also suggest eating fewer carbs, a "low carb diet," and getting more exercises. However, this does absolutely nothing to cure diabetes because all you are doing is controlling the symptoms rather than actually addressing the root cause of the diabetes. Of course, exercise and eating healthier can help slow down the disease but even these positives don't even cure it.
In alternative medicine (natural medicine) circles, a completely different approach is taken. You are taught how to CURE your diabetes, i.e. you are taught how to use food to heal your cell membranes that are causing your insulin resistance and reverse diabetes entirely. You are taught natural ways to get your metabolism working correctly again.
When you manage your diabetes with medicine, it is a constant roller coaster ride when it comes to your blood sugar levels. Most medicines are just making your body produce extra insulin when the real problem is actually that your cell membranes have become so badly damaged they can't work with insulin. You may be producing enough insulin, maybe even more insulin than a normal healthy person, but your cells are so faulty they can't work with it. So, instead of taking your blood sugar all day and taking medications that can even drop your blood sugar too low, you would be much healthier and lead a much higher quality life if you can heal your membranes and your endocrine system. Would you like to know how? Here is the best resource that I know of to help you heal your cell membranes and cure your diabetes naturally, rather than artificially managing the symptoms with prescription drugs.