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What could i have for breakfast,lunch,dinner, dessert and 3 snacks? type 2 diabetes.. why should i have them and how do they help me & what do they contain such as protein,vitamins,carbohydrates etc?
Thanks for your help!!



  1. Mr. Peachy® says:

    Rather than seeking knowledge from conventionally trained ‘professionals’, I suggest that you learn from those of us who sought to get off the medication. It’s all about reducing the ‘insulin resistance’ we type two diabetics are famous for. There are at least five self taught medical professionals who became tired of simply treating patients and sought a cure. They all benefited from reading "The China Study" by T. Colin Campbell. The study was designed to find out why people in the rural parts of Asia lived so long and had so few (if any) chronic diseases like diabetes. The conclusion, in a nutshell, was that it has to do with plenty of natural fruits, vegetables, and grains, a healthy lifestyle, and avoidance of man made, refined, enriched, packaged foods.

    Search: Drs. Joel Fuhrman, John McDougall, Neal Barnard, Dean Ornish, and Stephen Sinatra

    All of them got sick and tired of not being able to truly help their patients get better with conventional medical treatment. All learned that proper nutrition not only helps all diabetics by reducing their insulin needs, but can actually reverse the progression of type two diabetes. I’m living proof. Just five years ago, I was 50 lbs overweight, depressed, and miserable. I was taking almost the maximum daily amount of Metformin and got scared that I would have to take insulin. Long story short…. I studied alternatives, started walking a half hour a day, and improved my diet. I quit taking Metformin almost four years ago. I’m currently 59, weigh 175 lbs @ 6′ in height, and feel like I did when I was in my thirties thanks to healthy foods and a little daily physical activity.

    If you read the story of the plight of the Pima Indians, it will help you understand that type two diabetes is a disease of our lifestyle. It has less to do with genetics than professionals would have you believe and more to do with excesses of refined carbohydrates, lack of important nutrients, and sedate lifestyle. Pima Indians: Pathfinders for Health:


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