A permanent cure for type 2 diabetes is available and easily achievable. To permanently cure type 2 diabetes, firstly, one has to know that a cure exists. This fact is supported by the world’s largest diabetes association, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF,) whose mission is to cure diabetes worldwide. (Related information is available on their website.)
Can type 2 diabetes be cured? The answer is yes. WebMD (the leading health publisher in the United States) features a story on how a man who almost died from type 2 diabetes reversed his condition. The story can be found in the WebMD, Diabetes, Fall 2016 issue on page 19.
What causes type 2 diabetes?
There are two ways of acquiring type 2 diabetes. The first is hereditary. When you are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, often the first question the doctor will ask is if it runs in your family. This will include the question of your father, mother, siblings, grandparents and great grandparents. If the diabetes was not acquired hereditarily, it means it was brought on by lifestyle choices; mainly related to the food you put into your body. As one consumes refined sugar found in food items and sweet drinks, by the age of 45, the sugar build-up inside the body, overwhelms the liver and pancreas. The pancreas still functions but the insulin it secretes is insufficient for transporting the excess sugar to the cells to be used for energy. The sugar finds its way into your blood stream where it coats the cells. Once that happens, the cells are not able to absorb the sugar and carry it to the muscles where it is used as energy. This is the main reason that on becoming type 2 diabetic, one experiences a lack of energy. At that point, the body has become insulin-resistant. This defines the process of becoming type 2 diabetic due to lifestyle choices; meaning the food the person ate.
Type 2 diabetes and your liver
Almost all type 2 diabetics seeking a permanent cure have no idea of the liver’s role in achieving a permanent cure. The liver is the body’s processing plant for filtering out all the toxins and junk that we put in our bodies, according to Dr. Smith, a diabetes specialist. Over the years, as one is exposed to more and more toxins from processed foods, and one consumes excessive amounts of refined sugar, the liver becomes less functional—it plugs up. Once this happens, the acquisition of type 2 diabetes becomes much easier.
Should type 2 diabetes be managed? Managing diabetes means taking prescription drugs. The purpose of the drugs is to allow the patient to continue consuming sugar. So managing diabetes with drugs simply means one is still a diabetic because the individual is consuming sugar, which made the person a diabetic in the first place.
Is there a cure for type 2 diabetes?
The answer is yes. “The best way to permanently reverse and cure diabetes type 2 is by using several approaches all working together,” says Dr. Anthony Robinson.
One becomes type 2 diabetic hereditarily or through lifestyle choices. There are no known cures for type 2 diabetes passed down through one’s family tree. However, non-hereditary type 2 diabetes is curable because it was brought on by lifestyle choices, just as obesity is brought on by overeating. If not permanently cured, at some point, the diabetes will kill the patient, whether the person takes medication or not. But before the diabetes kills its victim, it will induce a number of serious diseases, such as heart disease, liver failure, and blindness; and it generally begins with the need for limb amputation where the foot may ultimately need to be cut off (not necessarily the leg) due to diabetic ulcers in the foot.
The main cause of type 2 diabetes is overloading the body with refined sugar, as opposed to being overweight or the pancreas’ inability to produce insulin. Some so-called experts, and even doctors, claim that type 2 diabetes is not caused by refined sugar, and the latest drug for this condition claims to remove sugar from your liver. Sugar and the liver are mentioned in their ads. Are these two not mentioned in this article? Evidence shows that even drug manufacturers know that type 2 diabetes is caused by sugar. The drug that is referred to as the front line of defence when one is first diagnosed is designed so that the victim can continue to eat sugar, the very culprit in itself. Our own research that led to the discovery of a permanent cure for type 2 diabetes has also shown refined sugar to be the culprit. Discover Diabetes Self-Cure offers resources for a permanent cure for type 2 diabetes.
Ernest Quansah is type 2 diabetes researcher, educator and cure expert. His research work can be found posted on Academia.edu. Visit his website at: http://discoverdiabeticsjourney.com/