There are innumerable studies and research done to show that Type 2 Diabetes can be reversed. Below is a list of references that you may find helpful.
Do not allow yourself to believe that your diabetes situation is hopeless and that it cannot be reversed. It is easy to feel and think that diabetes is ” Irreversible” and the only way is to keep suffering and keep with the “status quo” of your diabetic condition, and think that drugs and only drugs is the solution. Reversing Type 2 diabetes is possible and can be done with natural remedies!
Fortunately, you arrived at this site and you need to be congratulated for making the effort to be here. It does show that you are anxious and determined to look and consider alternative approaches to treating and reversing diabetes. It shows that you care about your health and about those that you care about and who care about you! You have taken interest in your own health and well being and want to have a better life and a healthy way of living life. You certainly have come to the right place to do so. Thank you for caring about your health, which is extremely important to you and those around you.
To offer you encouragement, it is important for you to know that there have been numerous studies and research done that has proven in real life situations that diabetes can be reversed naturally! Some references are here below for your perusal and satisfaction. Perhaps you have not heard about Jerry Mathers and about how he had his diabetes reversed and is happy to be a spokesperson so that you can be helped too! As you probably know Jerry Mathers has had a very interesting life. He was a star in the show “Leave It To Beaver” , and had diabetes and as mentioned earlier, he had his diabetes reversed using natural remedies. Here is a link to provide you with the information you need to make an educated decision about diabetes and reversing your diabetes naturally.
National Diabetes Fact Sheet, 2011. “Complications of Diabetes in the United States.” 2011.
Dr. Scott Saunders, MD. “Type 2 Diabetes the Fastest Growing Disease in the West.” Senior Living. February, 2012.
American Diabetes Association. “Statistics about Diabetes.” January 26, 2011.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, MD. “Spotlight on Reversing and Preventing Diabetes.” November, 2005.
American Diabetes Association. “Diagnosing Diabetes and Learning About Prediabetes.” January 4, 2014.
Mayo Clinic. “Treatment and Drugs.” January 25, 2013.
American Diabetes Association. “Diabetes Myths.” January, 2014.
Nancy Klobassa Davidson, R.N. and Peggy Moreland, R.N. “Stress, Illness and High Blood Sugar.” April 3, 2013.
American Diabetes Association. “What About Insulin?” January 3, 2014.
H. Peter Chase, MD. University of Denver. “Understanding Diabetes: Chapter 4, Type 2 Diabetes.” 2006.
American Diabetes Association. “Amylin Agonists: A Novel Approach in the Treatment of Diabetes.” May 2004.
American Diabetes Association. Diabetes Spectrum. “Glucose Metabolism and Regulation: Beyond Insulin. 2004.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration. “Incretin Mimetic Drugs for Type 2 Diabetes.” 2013.
RxList. “Byetta.” 2012.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration. “Exenatide (marketed as Byetta) Information.” 2009.
National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse. “Connection Between Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Stroke?” August, 2013.
American Diabetes Association. “Grains and Starchy Vegetables.” December, 2013.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention. “Eat Right.”