The first step to understanding a diabetes diagnosis is proper information. It was long believed that no one really knew what went on inside a diabetic body.
The research of Dr. Robinson and his team, and the research of other modern medical researchers, now explains what goes on inside the body of a diabetic.
There are two types of diabetes: type 1, which is incurable and type 2, which is curable. Type 1 diabetes is not reversible because the pancreas does not secrete insulin, which must be injected instead. With type 2 diabetes, the pancreas still secretes insulin. However, the insulin created to transport sugar to the cells to be used for energy is inadequate.
Sugar Is The Culprit
This is because, over the years, a build-up of sugar inside the body reaches a point where there is too much for the insulin to transport; additionally, the sugar that is transported to the cells is not absorbed properly.
The reason for this is excess sugar in the body gets converted into fat. The fat finds its way into the blood stream where it coats the cells, preventing them from absorbing the sugar and using it for energy. This is the main reason for lack of energy found in type 2 diabetic patients. When sugar transported to the cells is not absorbed, this is referred to as Insulin Resistance, where the body is not sensitive to insulin.
For the cells to be able to absorb sugar and use it for energy, fat coating the cells must be removed. Once it’s removed, cells are able to return to normal function. When the cells in your muscles are able to use the sugar for energy the right way, it is known as Insulin Sensitivity, where your body is sensitive to insulin. The state where the body metabolizes sugar causes the reversal of type 2 diabetes and the complete healing of the body.
How Diabetes Diagnosis Occurs
High levels of sugar in the blood are not enough to diagnose diabetes. If one’s blood glucose level is 4.5 mmol/L and the individual consumes sweets a night before a blood test, the test will show a blood sugar level higher than the 4.5. A diabetes diagnosis looks at other factors as well, particularly hemoglobin.
Type 2 Diabetes Is Determined by Two Things:
- Higher than normal blood glucose levels
- High amount of creatinine secreted in the urine resulting in a high hemoglobin count
Explanation: normal blood sugar levels are between 4.5 and 6.5 mmol/L and normal hemoglobin levels mean one is not a diabetic. What are the acceptable hemoglobin levels? See the test results in the book The Journey.
Diabetes information on how to help restore the body’s Insulin Sensitivity and heal from type 2 diabetes can be accessed on the Order Page. You can beat your type 2 diabetes diagnosis!