Reversing Diabetes

In this updated Reversing Diabetes, Dr. Milton Teske explains how Type 2 diabetes works in simple terms that anyone can understand. Once you understand it, the answers to reversing diabetes become clear. Dr. Teske explains how you can begin to prevent or reverse diabetes today with simple lifestyle changes.

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  1. 1 Rodney Aug 21, 2011, 1:32 AM PDT

    This was very informative and easy to understand.  I am wondering how good carbs affect glucose levels.  Can you eat too many good carbs at one meal?  Also, should I worry about high glycemic index foods if I exercise regularly?

  2. 2 Trudie Aug 29, 2011, 3:34 PM PDT

    Good carbs - unrefined vegetables, fruits, grains and legumes - release sugar into the blood stream at a steady rate due to the high fiber content. For more information about this, please watch Dr Craig (http://newstartclub.com/resources/detail/diabetes_management/).

    Even when consuming the best plant based diet, the 5th principle in the NEWSTART acronym, Temperance, reminds us that energy consumption should balance energy expenditure. Eat according to your caloric needs.

    Again, in regards to regular exercise and high glycemic index foods, the principle of temperance is key. For example, if you are consuming quantities of bread (a high glycemic index food) which are not being burned off with your amount of exercise, this could pose a problem. As a diabetic, you may want to measure your blood sugars on a regular basis, to obtain a baseline understanding of how your body is responding to your lifestyle choices.

  3. 3 Kathy Nov 21, 2012, 1:53 AM PST

    very intersting eat less refined foods and more whole plant foods and lots of walking.

  4. 4 Denise Mar 1, 2014, 5:36 AM PST

    Excellent presentation so clearly explained and totally logical. Thank you ,
    Denise Taylor

  5. 5 Rose Nov 23, 2015, 11:17 PM PST

    Good Day,

    Thank you for this valuable information. I am unable to listen to the videos on my computer. How do I get written information especially on reversing diabetes.

    Regards.

    Rose Khumalo

  6. 6 Dahlia Mar 28, 2016, 3:18 PM PDT

    So is it true that as long as my diabetes has not reached the point where my body is no longer producing insulin, that it can be reversed?

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