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Type 2 diabetes could be reversed in four weeks thanks to diet, this is what will try to test a TV experiment on ITV tonight. Can the symptoms of type 2 diabetes be reversed and a diet can be a cure for this generalized condition? Program The quick fix: diabetes challenged five people to eat only 800 calories per day. The volunteers agreed to eat only four smoothies of 200 calories per day. Doctor in the ITV program Dr. Zoe Williams tweeted yesterday: "Just 1 day from The Fast Fix clinic, it's the #diabeteswareware week and I hope this program gives some hope to those who have Type 2 Diabetes and the health community ". Liam Cowley wrote: "Time for quick fix: diabetes". Let's see what this is about! #diabetes #DiabetesWeek #nutrition I really hope you take a long-term lifestyle change, not just a trick. "Tonight's show featured a true human autopsy to show viewers exactly what the fat looks like on the body. , a volunteer, Dan, managed to show no symptoms of diabetes at the end of the four-week experiment.He also reduced his liver fat percentage from 27.5 to 7.5.The famous chef Rosemary Shrager also participated in the show.You can see the chef telling him to the spectators: "I do not want to lose a leg, I do not want to go blind." Rosemary Shrager's weight loss of almost 14 cm from her waist and three dress sizes has not stopped at 67 – she's worried about diabetes. The participants stayed in a house in Sussex during the experiment, and Professor Jason Gill, an expert in the disease, told Mail Online: "People used to think that diabetes was irreversible. versatile, but recent research suggests that this is not the case. "This is a fantastic opportunity to test this in a controlled environment." Symptoms of type 2 diabetes According to the NHS, type 2 diabetes is something you may have inadvertently. You will not necessarily feel very bad. They list symptoms such as: urinating more than usual, particularly at night, feeling thirsty all the time, feeling very tired, losing weight without trying to encircle your penis or vagina, or suffer swabs or wounds repeatedly. Type 2 diabetes is often triggered in later life. due to problems with the hormone insulin, which means that the body can not control blood sugar levels. The treatment involves changes in diet and lifestyle, such as avoiding sandwiches with a high sugar content. Eating oatmeal could help diabetes, according to one expert. Cassandra Barns, who used to be a nutritionist for the NutriCentre health business, said that exchanging cakes, pizza and buns that contain white flour for whole grain foods, such as oatmeal cakes, porridge and quinoa, could help people with type 2 diabetes. "White breads and baked goods made with white flour such as cakes, pizza and buns should be avoided," he told Express.co.uk.
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