Living With Type 2 Diabetes

Do you have to get used to living with type 2 diabetes?

For many diabetics their diagnosis with diabetes makes it sound like their life is over. They may decide I just have to get used to type 2 diabetes. The reason for this web site is to inform type 2 diabetics you don’t have to live with diabetes. You have a choice to seek to be well.

Diabetes is incurable say the American Diabetes Association, The American Medical Association, the Medical schools, your doctor and others. What they should be saying is we don’t know how to cure it. While they are saying incurable, many diabetics are living drug free lifestyles.

While you are working on getting your sugars under control you will be learning to live with the effects of the diabetic pills, insulin or other drugs your doctor has prescribed. You’ll be having to eat more often than in the past as your sugar levels can drop sooner due to the medications. You’ll be eating something every 2-3 hours.

You’ll be taking special precautions on any trips you take so you may want to review our list of diabetes travel supplies. If you’ll take the time to study and change your eating and exercise habits then you should see steady improvement.

Many raw food practitioners have proved that a diabetic’s symptoms can go away in 30 days by going on an all raw food diet. For many diabetics that is just too extreme a solution. They would rather go on living with type 2 diabetes. By removing harmful foods from their diet and eating an alkaline diet many diabetic symptoms can be reduced over time. Then with their physician monitoring their progress their lowered blood sugar reading will allow a gradual reduction in medication.

Now it’s a matter of time to a medication-free date. Once off medication type 2 diabetes may be controlled with a proper diet and exercise regime. Most diabetics will find that by concentrating on a total wellness program they no longer need worry about having to live with type 2 diabetes.

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