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On December 20th, 2006, The United Nations declared diabetes a global threat, and to help increase awareness of this epidemic, designated November 14th as “World Diabetes Day.”
Type 2 diabetes accounts for 95% of all diabetes cases, and in the U.S. alone, the number of people with this diagnosis has doubled just in the last two decades.
Type 2 diabetes is a condition where the blood sugar is abnormally and chronically elevated. Basically there is too much sugar out in the bloodstream yet not enough in the cells, causing extreme fatigue.
Diabetes is linked to every degenerative disease we face today including heart disease, neurological disorders, cancer, high blood pressure and kidney disease.
Diabetics are at risk for developing gangrene, loss of eyesight and even blindness. They age quickly because the high sugar levels suppress growth hormone needed to regenerate tissues.
Diabetes was once rare but today is believed to be mostly attributed to the unhealthy weight gain, obesity, and lack of exercise so common in all modern western nations. But if you look at the root cause of type 2 diabetes, you have to go deeper than overeating and lack of exercise. To learn more, read: 8 Common Misperceptions about Obesity and Why Body Ecology is the Ideal Obesity Solution.
Many of the food and lifestyle habits we’ve created contribute to a state of imbalance that can lead to patterns of illness and dis-ease, like diabetes. One way to recreate balance is to start nourishing yourself today with healthy, whole foods that support you on your path to health and healing.
So where do you start? The Body Ecology Way of Life is ideally suited as a roadmap back to health, well being and balance. Our antifungal Diet is without a doubt the perfect diet for a diabetic because diabetics have a systemic yeast infection called Candidiasis. The Body Ecology Diet is sugar-free, mineral-rich and also helps conquer this dangerous blood borne infection, candida.
As you follow our way of life, as tens of thousands now do your blood sugar will naturally become balanced and you will experience many other benefits including weight loss.
But, naturally, as you begin your new diet you still want to enjoy the food you are eating.. We all deserve to love the food we eat every day AND feel healthy and energized.
Our delicious array of health-promoting foods and beverages will add a new dimension of taste as you watch your blood sugar levels normalizing
Here are 8 of our favorite foods that go a long way in the treatment and prevention of type 2 diabetes:
Here are a few reasons why they are perfect for helping reverse type 2 diabetes
We recommend cooking these vegetables to make them more digestible. When eaten raw they also suppress the thyroid.
Take a look at just a few benefits of sea vegetables:
Sea vegetables are delicious, and easier to find and prepare than you may think. Start by reading “8 Healthy Seaweeds Worth Knowing and Trying
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