Fasting Diabetes: REVERSE DIABETES with FASTING!


Fasting diabetes: REVERSE DIABETES with FASTING!

Fasting is not a dietary trend, but a practice that has been around for centuries. People of different religious practices use some form of fasting as a way to purify their body physically and emotionally. The benefits of fasting are indeed numerous, but does it have any impact on diabetes? You will find out in this video.

Improved blood sugar control
Men and women with diabetes have excessive levels of blood glucose or blood sugar. Insulin resistance and insufficient or no hormone production completely build up blood sugar and problems occur. Fasting helps people with diabetes improve blood sugar control, and science has confirmed this. For example, a study of people with type 2 diabetes revealed …

Alternative to insulin
Your body needs insulin because without it your blood sugar cannot enter your cells. We can easily say that insulin is a ticket that blood glucose desperately needs to go to a concert. The crucial aspect of managing diabetes is improving insulin sensitivity. A group of scientists from Canada conducted a case study involving three patients with diabetes who were supposed to comply with a therapeutic fasting program. The main objective was to determine whether fasting …

Anti-inflammatory effects
Inflammation is involved in autoimmune conditions and many other health problems. Although we do not think about it, in that way inflammation also has a lot to do with diabetes. A growing body of evidence confirms that increased levels …

References:
[i] Arnason, T. G., Bowen, M. W. and Mansell, K. D. (2017). Effects of intermittent fasting on health markers in people with type 2 diabetes: a pilot study. World Journal of Diabetes, 8 (4), 154-164.
[ii] Furmli, S., Elmasry, R., Ramos, M. and Fung, J. (2018). Therapeutic use of intermittent fasting for people with type 2 diabetes as an alternative to insulin. BMJ Case Reports, 2018, bcr2017221854. doi: 10.1136 / bcr-2017-221854
[iii] Wang X, Bao W, Liu J et al. (2013). Inflammatory markers and risk of type 2 diabetes. A systematic review and meta-analysis. Diabetes Care, 36 (1), 166-175. Doi: 10.2337 / dc12-0702
[iv] Faris MA, Kacimi S, Al-Kurd RA, et al. (2012). Intermittent fasting during Ramadan attenuates pro-inflammatory cytokines and immune cells in healthy subjects. Nutrition Research, 32 (12), 947-955. Doi: 10.1016 / j.nutres.2012.06.021

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NOTICE: This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. LeGrand and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to replace the medical advice or treatment of a personal physician. All viewers of this content are encouraged to consult their physicians or qualified healthcare professionals regarding specific health issues. Neither Dr. LeGrand nor the publisher of this content assumes responsibility for the possible health consequences of any person or persons who read or follow the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement, or lifestyle program.

Video credits to Dr. LeGrand – Nature’s Health Clinic YouTube channel





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