Reverse Diabetes - A 8 Week Program
Diabetes type 2 India 115 M, China 120 M and Globally 347 M
Over and over, studies and clinical trials have proven that Diabetes 2 is curable if we apply certain simple lifestyle practices over just 4-5 weeks. And, if not treated it can cause all sorts of health issues as well as reducing the quality of your life!
Diabetes was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 2010 based on the 69,071 death certificates in which diabetes was listed as the underlying cause of death. In 2010, diabetes was mentioned as a cause of death in a total of 234,051 certificates. MORE INFO.
Diabetes 2 has a unique nature to deplete you and kill each vital organ slowly leading to blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, amputation and so on. The difference is that this can be easily reversed with normal health practices. As you improve, your diabetologist or GP will let you reduce your medications.
Ayurvedic Diabetes Care
We are proud to be the first Ayurveda centre to host the Reverse Diabetes Type 2. We have personal consultation and group programs. This program is to help you teach how to get out of this growing health issue easily and systematically. Being a lifestyle disorder Diabetes can reduce the quality of your life and help generate multiple grave conditions to your heart, blood vessels, kidneys and eyes to start with.
How do we do it?
Using Ayurveda principles we design a program for you. We will teach you how to make the yummy food that you are eating at the retreat, effortlessly at home. We'll teach you how to put you at the centre of your life and stay vibrantly healthy with simple steps and approaches.
Diabetes Retreat - Soon
You will achieve
This is a holistic program designed over 20 years. This is targeting your full body and mind. Hence, it helps you to go back to your complete vital self.
• Reduced weight
• Reduced blood glucose levels
• Reduced aches and pains
• Increased energy
• Improved sleep
• Better sleep and bowel functions
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Reversing Type 2 Diabetes
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I implement these seven strategies every day with patients to prevent, treat, and reverse diabesity without drugs and surgery.
1. Pull the Sugar
A diet full of empty calories and quickly absorbed sugar, liquid sugar calories, and refined carbohydrates – all of which convert to sugar – creates high insulin levels, eventually leading to insulin resistance and Type 2 diabetes. Among the many problems of chronically high insulin levels include inflammation, high blood pressure, poor sex drive, increased risk for cancer, and depression. The most important thing you can do to reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes and obesity or reversing its impact is to eliminate or dramatically reduce sugar in all its many disguises.
2. Stock Up On Whole, Unprocessed Foods
Whole, unprocessed real foods balance your blood sugar, reduce inflammation and oxidative stress, and improve your liver detoxification to prevent or reverse insulin resistance and diabetes. Choose a rich variety of colorful fruits and vegetables, plenty of omega-3 fats, coconut butter and olive oil, legumes, nuts, and seeds. Whole, real foods turn on all the right gene messages, promote a healthy metabolism, reverse insulin resistance and diabetes, and prevent aging and age-related diseases like diabetes and heart disease.
3. Get The Right Nutrients
Supplements make your cells more sensitive to insulin and more effective at metabolizing sugar and fat. Combined with the right diet and lifestyle modifications, they can help you balance blood sugar and reverse or prevent diabetes. At the very minimum, I recommend:
A high-quality multivitamin and mineral
A suitable Ayurvedic compound to tone pancreas and metabolism.
Suitable supplements such as - One to two grams of omega 3 fatty acids / 1,000 – 2,000 IUs of vitamin D3 / 300 – 600 mg of alpha lipoic acid twice daily / 200 – 600 mcg of chromium polynicotinate / 5 to 5 grams of PGX, a unique type of fiber that controls appetite and blood sugar, before each meal with eight ounces of water
4. Get The Right Exercise
You needn’t spend hours at a gym to get exercise’s benefits. Even a 30-minute walk can help. Vigorous is the key for effective exercise that helps balance blood sugar and lower insulin levels. Get your heart rate up to 70 – 80% of its maximum capacity for 60 minutes, up to six times a week. Step it up a few notches with high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and strength training.Studies show HIIT can benefit Type 2 diabetes2 and obesity3. Best of all, you can do it in just minutes a day.
5. Get Sufficient Sleep
Lack of sleep or poor sleep damages your metabolism, spikes sugar and carb cravings, makes you eat more, and increases your risk for numerous diseases including Type 2 diabetes. One study among healthy subjects found even a partial night’s poor sleep4 could induce insulin resistance. That’s why you must prioritize sleep so you get eight hours of solid, uninterrupted shuteye every night. Create a sleep ritual that includes herbal therapies, creating total darkness and quiet, and relaxing with my UltraBath.
6. Control Stress Levels
In the face of chronic stress, our levels of insulin, cortisol, and inflammatory compounds called cytokines all increase. This drives the relentless metabolic dysfunction that leads to weight gain, insulin resistance, and eventually Type 2 diabetes. The links between stress, weight gain, mental disorders, and blood sugar imbalances show that managing stress becomes a critical component of obesity and diabetes management. You can’t eliminate stress, but you can learn to control it. Meditation, deep breathing exercises, yoga, massage, laughing, and dancing is among the best ways to manage stress and reverse Type 2 diabetes. Check out my blog to learn five ways to never be stressed again.
7. Measure To Improve
Research shows that people who track their results lose twice as much weight and do twice as well. Begin by getting a journal to track your progress in. That could be as simple as a pad of paper, a notebook, a spreadsheet in your computer, or whatever is convenient and works for you.
Now, what should you track? In addition to what you eat, you’ll want to get a baseline of all measurements: your weight, weight, waist size, body mass index (BMI), and blood pressure (optional). Many patients become inspired when they see their results on paper.