Most likely, you've never given the treatment of diabetes a second thought until now. But things may have
changed, you or a loved one have been diagnosed with diabetes, or you might have a family history of
diabetes. Or maybe you are experiencing blood sugar fluctuations and are concerned you might be heading down
the road of diabetes.
Or perhaps you've been on medications for diabetes for a while and are concerned about their side effects
and you would like to decrease your dependance on them, or you're hoping to avoid having to resort to drugs
in the first place.
Whatever your reason for being here, I'm confident you'll find the help you're looking for.
This series of articles on the treatment of diabetes will help you understand the condition better, and the better you understand it the more likely you are to get control over it and even, if you're seriously committed, to reverse it.
Click on any of the links below to go straight to the article that interests you the most or read them in
order by clicking on the NEXT link at the bottom of each page.
First of all, you need to understand the Causes of Diabetes.
You cannot approach the treatment of diabetes without knowing what has brought this condition about in the first place.
Is it genetic or have diet and lifestyle something to do with it?
What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes?
If you suffer with Type 2, will you need to go on insulin injections?
And if you have gestational diabetes are you more likely to suffer with Type 2 diabetes later on in life?
Answers to these questions are discussed in the article Different Types of Diabetes.
When you have diabetes you can suffer with both high blood sugar and low blood sugar. What are the symptoms of both these conditions?
Perhaps you've heard about insulin resistance and you wonder whether that could be your problem. How do you recognize the symptoms?
Or maybe you've heard about complications such as diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar syndrome? What are the symptoms and what can you do about them? Read about Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms.
Apart from complications with such strange-sounding names, others, more well known problems associated with diabetes are heart disease, damage to retina, kidneys and nerves as well as memory problems and much more.
Are these inevitable consequences of sugar imbalance? Can they be avoided? The article on Complications of Diabetes will discuss this.
For a long time, the best advice on the treatment of diabetes was to go on a low-carb diet.
The reasoning behind it was simple: If carbs are the ones responsible for raising blood sugar the best solution is to cut them out of our diet almost completely.
Find out why carbs are an essential part of our diet and how you can use them to your advantage.
Next you'll find a list of specific healing foods that can actually stimulate the activity of
insulin and the ability of the cells to take up glucose.
Part 1 will consider: Apples, Avocado, Barley, Beans, Berries, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Chicory
Part 2 will consider: Fenugreek, Nuts, Onions and Garlic, Tea, Turmeric, Vinegar
Also, is there any truth to the rumors about cinnamon being very good for diabetes?
Well, find out for yourself in the Cinnamon and Diabetes page.
I will also be giving some suggestions on a few good Supplements for Diabetes and where you can find them.
Considering how important magnesium is to prevent not only diabetes but a
whole host of other conditions, at the end of the series I've included a
list of the best Magnesium Rich Foods.
So get stuck in and enjoy reading this series on the Treatment of Diabetes. You will benefit greatly by
applying as much of the advice as you can to your own life.
Don't wait another minute, you can take control over this condition!
Click on NEXT to go to the Causes of Diabetes or select one of the articles above.
Watch this video to learn about a Simple 3-Step Approach To Totally
Reverse Type 2 Diabetics