Successful Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes with Diet: Interview with Brenda Davis, RD


Successful Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes with Diet: Interview with Brenda Davis

In this interview, Dr. Tracie O & # 39; Keefe, ND Naturopath and Medical Nutritionist, interviews Brenda Davis, RD, Canadian Registered Dietitian, and author of her work on diet to overcome type 2 diabetes

Brenda Davis is not only a specialist in type 2 diabetes but is also part of a multi-year research team running a diabetes research and education project in the Solomon Islands in the Pacific region.

The Solomon Islands have the highest incidence of amputation and deaths from diabetes in the world. It has a population of 60,000 people in a very small land area without the ability to grow fresh food. So the vast majority of your diet is dry, high-fat, high-sugar foods.

It has been the perfect research site to observe the effects of diet on type 2 diabetes and how a change in diet to a plant-based diet can have immediate and dramatic effects. This may include reversing type 2 diabetes.

All types of diabetes lead to a high risk of cardiovascular disease, heart disease, weight gain, intermittent claudication, increased risk of cancer and, in general, shorten life expectancy.

While traditional Western dictation has tried to use calorie control as a treatment for diabetes, this has proved to be a failure for both short-term and long-term patients.

Brenda Davis explains the type of diabetic diet based on a vegetable and vegan formula that researchers used with program participants. She talks about the importance of educating people about growing fresh produce in their immediate environment to improve their nutritional and nutritional options and how that has an immediate effect on weight loss.

The project was so successful that participants had to adjust their diabetes medications and often discontinued them. There was a reduction in problematic high cholesterol and high levels of triglycerides until a completely normal reading that also led to the ability of patients to eliminate medication for those disorders as well.

As a treatment for type 2 diabetes, this research project demonstrated the profound effectiveness of a plant-based diabetic diet to control and eliminate disease. The change in diet was also accompanied by an education program for participants who taught them about nutrition, eating and exercise.

What is even more interesting about the population studied is that type 1 diabetes is very rare, indicating that the population was not genetically predisposed to diabetic disorders. Brenda Davis talks about how poor people in the Solomon Islands are and how fresh food, which generally has to be imported, was too expensive for the general population.

When researchers switched participants' diets to plant diets, recovery from type 2 diabetes occurred as fast as in a two-week period.

This research can be compared to similar research by Dr. Neal Barnard of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, which has also shown the effectiveness of plant diets to eliminate type 2 diabetes.

Brenda Davis continues to talk about her deep concerns about the emerging promotion of paleo based high meat diets that can lead to increased risks of colon and other cancers.

She has conducted research comparing paleo diets with plant-based diets, more similar to historically recorded paleo diets, and found that modern paleo diets do not actually compare with anthropological records.

Visit Brenda Davis's website at

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Video credits to Tracie O’Keefe YouTube channel





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Successful Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes with Diet: Interview with Brenda Davis, RD

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