Diabetics with reduced pancreatic function will likely require insulin for the rest of their lives.
The key to living a long and fruitful life, diabetes complication free, is learning to manage diabetes properly. You can’t know if you have truly normal blood sugars unless you actually test your blood sugars.
Attempting to properly manage diabetes without testing your blood sugar is like driving a car at night without headlights. Cut the CARBS, ONLY eat fatty meats, coconut oil, butter, eggs,  leafy green vegetables and bone broth until your blood sugars are down into normal ranges. It really is simple,  don’t over complicate it,   Sometimes we complicate things so we can use it as an excuse, do not do it! IF you want to reduce blood sugars more quickly, it’s very simple, reduce the fuel for blood sugar,  carbohydrates and protein.
Note 1:  Keep in mind, as you eat lower carbs, you will need to adjust drugs and insulin requirements. I think that the diabetes educators and the nutritionists are well meaning but ultimately they are offering advice that is wrong for me and in fact harmful. It seems unthinkable that no one else is sharing their personal journey with others in the ENTIRE state of NC. I guess what I’m asking is: do every single one of the writer of the blogs on healthy living noted in the following link have a license to dispense advice on diet and fitness? I’d already begun researching and testing, and told her if I ate that much carbohydrate, my blood sugar would be through the roof! Instead I ate under 100g of carbohydrate a day on a 3,200 – 3,600 calorie a day diet, and about 150g a day when eating 5,000+ calories a day (long bike-riding days of 3 to 5 hours of intense riding).
I now eat about 2,800 calories a day and 45-60g of carbohydrate most days, all from non-starchy vegetables and the very-occasional piece of sprouted-grain bread. Steve Cooksey Post author April 30, 2012 at 6:37 pm Mose, my best advice to you is to see if you can find a paleo doctor on this site. The first goal of diabetes treatment is to eliminate the symptoms and stabilize blood glucose levels.


Type 2 diabetes means that the body has insulin resistance; the fat, liver, and muscle cells do not respond correctly to insulin. If left untreated, hyperglycemia can cause damage to nerves, blood vessels, and other body organs. Yale School of Medicine researchers have found that intensively controlling glucose (glycemic) levels in type-2 diabetes patients may not reduce the risk of kidney failure. To test the hypothesis that aggressive glycemic control can prevent renal disease in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus, first author Steven G.
The team found that compared with those who had usual treatment, intensively controlling glucose with higher doses of medication did not definitively reduce the risk of impaired kidney function, the need for dialysis, or death from kidney disease. Coca said many researchers have presumed that such intensive treatment would benefit patients by protecting the kidneys, but these results question whether patients truly are better off with this approach.
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However Type 2’s may wean off of diabetes drugs as long as they maintain truly normal blood sugar.
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I think if this is true for me, it is probably true for others, but I can only speak for myself. Insulin is made by the islet cells located in the pancreas, and is responsible for regulating the blood sugar levels. Insulin is needed to move blood sugar (glucose) into cells, where it is stored and later used for energy.
Chronic hyperglycemia injures the heart, even in patients without a history of heart disease or diabetes. The study, which is a review of data from seven clinical trials, is published in the May 28 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine. Coca of Yale and colleagues searched available medical literature and evaluated seven randomized trials involving 28,065 adult patients who were monitored for two to 15 years.


It is mostly prevalent in young children and teens, who must take multiple insulin injections daily to replace the insulin the body is not making.when glucose levels rise (hyperglycemia) the pancreas responds by releasing the hormone insulin to convert the excess glucose into energy for the cells to use as fuel.
It is also strongly associated with heart attacks and death in subjects with no coronary heart disease or history of heart failure.
In Type 1 diabetes there is no insulin production, thus depriving the cells of the fuel they need for proper functioning. If I eat that many carbs, I will need to take insulin and probably something like Actos again. If blood sugar levels are not brought under control, complications can occur and cause damage to the major organs of the body.
Oh, and I don’t need to take a statin any more either, for my cholesterol, which has improved. This is due to damage of the vagus nerve, which is responsible for moving food through the digestive tract.Persons who have been diagnosed with diabetes require specialized care to to stay in the most optimal health.
It is important to monitor daily blood glucose levels to keep them within normal limits to prevent the many complications that can occur.
There is extra work involved as diabetics must do for their bodies what their bodies can't do. When the body ceases to make insulin, or the insulin being produced is not being used effectively, one must take over that job by closely monitoring their glucose levels and administering to the body the insulin that is lacking. Be mindful of your salt intake as too much sodium in the diet can raise the blood pressure.
Consistently high blood pressure causes damage to the major organs of the body leading to added complications of diabetes.Make regular visits with your health care provider to catch any potential problems in their early stages when they are most easily treated.



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