Insulin-dependent type 1 diabetes is not treated but is insulin-regulated. Type 2 diabetes, on the other hand, as a result of obesity is usually diagnosed late when the disease has already managed to damage vital organs of the body. In the second case, which also concerns the overwhelming majority of diabetics, about 85% of them are obese with type 2 diabetes; early diagnosis can prevent progressive insulin resistance through an appropriate dietary approach in conjunction with physical exercise.
What prevents reversibility?
387 million people live with diabetes worldwide, 46% of whom are undiagnosed cases. Indeed, 1 in 2 diabetics do not know he suffers, mainly because he has no symptoms and therefore has not been enrolled in a specific sugar test (fasting sugar, glycosylated hemoglobin, sugar curve). This is also the main reason why type 2 diabetes is usually irreversible – diagnosis unfortunately comes late, even after many years of progressive dysfunction of β-pancreatic cells and induced resistance to insulin, with the person already having serious symptoms in the vision and the functioning of the heart and other organs.
Clinical practice shows that even a small weight loss of 5 kg can significantly improve blood glucose (sugar) levels.
85-90% of diabetics worldwide have Type 2 diabetes as a result of obesity. The sooner the diagnosis of sugar occurs and the sooner obesity is tackled through a balanced diet program aimed at sugar regulation and weight loss combined with regular physical activity, the greater the chances of eliminating diabetes. The diet plan should be balanced and at the same time have the right amount of carbohydrate per base meal and snack so that postprandial blood glucose levels are maintained in normal (76-110 mg / dl). Placing meals every 3-4 hours is the key point here in my opinion, so that blood glucose (sugar) is well-functioning. At the same time, it is important for the individual to know and choose mainly foods with a medium or low glycemic index, and to include physical activity in his daily routine, which releases insulin receptors by further helping to lower the blood glucose.
Personalized nutritional care can do wonders either alone or in combination with medication, since the retina of the eye is intact, as long as the extremities of the diabetic are healthy, as long as the organs of the body are not “tanned” by the sugar such as the heart or kidneys.
How; “Relieving” the prolonged obesity that is responsible for β-pancreatic cell dysfunction and insulin resistance, and achieving permanent glucose regulation.