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What is Diabetes Recovery?

 

Diabetes Recovery means that Type 2 Diabetes is not a one-way downhill fall !


Many type 2 diabetics have the ability to reverse the course of their disease and put their diabetes into remission. Today's massive epidemic of Type 2 Diabetes is the result of dangerous changes in our food supply in the past four decades. At the same time, those diagnosed with diabetes in the United States are often given no option except the use of pharmaceuticals.
Good dietary changes to reverse diabetes have been understood for millennia, yet are largely ignored today.
Instead, dietary recommendations given today to sufferers of diabetes are designed to work in conjunction with pharmaceuticals and will not reverse the course of diabetes on their own.
Type 2 diabetes is a progressive disease. In its early and middle stages it will respond easily to changes in diet, provided they are the right changes, with an improvement diagnostic tests and a reduction of risk factors.
Most diabetics begin to feel better rapidly, as they lose the need for their previously ever-increasing medications with associated distressing side effects.



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** Diabetes is a serious disease. This website can not and is not intended to provide individual medical advice. If you are currently using any form of diabetic medication, significant dietary change may necessitate modification or discontinuation of your medication schedule. Consult a qualified medical practitioner for individual direction and medical advice. **