Diabetes and Weight Loss – A Natural Remedy for Diabetes?

My work and life calling is all about healthy living, making healthy choices and finding safe and healthy natural ways to treat various health problems. Over the years of my natural products research, I’ve noticed many people ask the same question: “If there is no cure for diabetes, then how do thousands of diabetics get cured every year?”

The simple answer is weight loss for diabetics …

Diabetes has been called an epidemic by some health experts. With over 62 million cases of diabetic or pre-diabetic Americans, 20% (1 in every 5) are beset by diabetes or insulin problems. And, according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), there is still no cure. They recommend insulin treatments as the best treatment option. As do pharmaceutical companies, who make billions of dollars off those suffering from diabetes.

Yet, thousands of people (and a few doctors) say weight loss is the avenue to health for diabetics with a few simple diet and lifestyle changes.

Who to believe?

Research conducted in 2003 by Duke University scientists found that a low carbohydrate/high fat diet caused 17 of 21 subjects to reduce their usage of insulin or to stop taking it altogether after 16 weeks.

Researchers investigating diabetes and weight loss also visited tribal people living in countries like Greenland, and have found that diabetes is extremely rare in many indigenous societies. Only one in every 2,000 Inuit people has diabetes or pre-diabetes. Compare that to the 1 in 5 for Americans.

And many other studies are showing very surprising findings, such as how to naturally reverse the effects of diabetes…in as little as four weeks!

You can reverse diabetes naturally with these ‘secrets’:

  • While diabetes may have taken years to develop, if you get serious about it, you may be able to reverse your diabetes in a four-week timeframe. The majority of your life was probably spent developing bad eating habits, which most likely contributed to the development of diabetes. While breaking those habits can be difficult on the road to weight loss for diabetics, it is definitely possible.
  • The old adage “you are what you eat” applies here. The dietary habits of diabetics are usually filled with over-processed foods that are high in carbohydrates and low in minerals and vitamins. A complete dietary change is in order. A good beginning for diabetes and weight loss is to avoid processed foods, including fast food, canned foods, and boxed foods. Fresh foods that are raw are the best.
  • While the ADA recommends a diet that is rich in carbohydrates, it is a known fact that the body converts carbohydrates to sugar. Avoiding carbohydrates and making food choices that are high in protein with lots of fresh fruits and vegetables is best.
  • The average body is filled with unwelcome toxins, cholesterol, plaque, and even more unwanted garbage. Fortunately, weight loss for diabetics is easily accelerated with water. Drinking at least 16 ounces every two hours while you are awake will help flush your system rapidly.

Finally, it’s best to educate yourself about diabetes and weight loss. My friend, Joe Barton, a publisher of dozens of books on all natural methods for healthy living, has an amazing report about a natural remedy for diabetes that will work in days. Completely cure your diabetes in weeks. No Kidding.

I urge you to get started now! If you’re a diabetic, your life may depend on it. Find out more about this Diabetes Reversal Report here.

Buck Rizvi

Founder for Ultimate Lifespan. Natural Health Researcher & Evangelist. Father of four. Instrument-rated pilot. Still has trouble impressing his wife and best friend, Daiva.