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Beating Diabetes
Nature's Way
 100% remedy for treating the root cause of
diabetes in as little as 14 days;

 save

thousands of dollars on medication

and hospital bills;

 Experiencing the freedom to live life to the
fullest- eat anything you want;

 And so much more.
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What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body makes use of glucose, a form of sugar, which is
our major source of energy. We acquire glucose from the food we eat and when it gets into our
bloodstream, our pancreas generates a hormone known as insulin that assists the sugar to get
inside our cells for use as energy. There are two types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2.

Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease - the person's body has destroyed his/her own insulinproducing beta cells in the pancreas. People with Diabetes Type 1 are unable to produce insulin.
Most patients with Diabetes Type 1 developed the condition before the age of 40. Approximately
15% of all people with diabetes have Type 1. Type 1 diabetes is known to be fatal unless the
patient regularly takes exogenous insulin. Some patients have had their beta cells replaced
through a pancreas transplant and have managed to produce their own insulin again. Type 1
diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes or childhood diabetes. Although a large number of
diabetes Type 1 patients become so during childhood, it can also develop after the age of 18.
Developing Type 1 after the age of 40 is extremely rare.

The majority of people with Type 2 have developed the condition because they are overweight.
Type 2 generally appears later on in life, compared to Type 1. Type 2 is the most common form
of diabetes. In the case of insulin resistance, the body is producing the insulin, but insulin
sensitivity is reduced and it does not do the job as well as it should do. The glucose is not
entering the body's cells properly, causing two problems:
1. A build-up of glucose in the blood.
2. The cells are not getting the glucose they need for energy and growth.
In the early stages of Type 2 insulin sensitivity is the main abnormality - also there are elevated
levels of insulin in the blood. There are medications which can improve insulin sensitivity and
reduce glucose production by the liver. As the disease progresses the production of insulin is
undermined, and the patient will often need to be given replacement insulin.

Causes of diabetes
The cause of diabetes depends on the type. Type 1 diabetes, for instance is genetic in nature, and
then set off by particular infections, just like Coxsackie virus. The mechanism is unclear,
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however it is thought that after the infection, the body's own immune system damages the cells
where insulin is made. Type 2 DM on the contrary is caused primarily by lifestyle and genetic
factors. Some health conditions and medicines can also trigger diabetes. Exocrine pancreatic
disorders and use of glucocorticoids, for instance, can bring about diabetes.

Symptoms of diabetes
Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients can go through the same symptoms. Disproportionate
urination, disproportionate thirst, and excessive hunger are the three basic symptoms of diabetes
mellitus. Loss of weight may also be present. Sustained high blood glucose can also result to
microvascular changes that can lead to blurring of vision and prolonged wound healing.
Symptoms may develop quickly for type 1 diabetics, while they typically develop slowly among
type 2 diabetes patients.
Anyone suffering from diabetes ought to eat foods which are having low sugar content, fats and
salt. The following is really a checklist of certain foods that can assist you to maintain a healthy
diet and also steer clear of diabetes-related illnesses.

Keeping fit and healthy
It is not easy to keep fit and healthy when you are dealing with diabetes. Diabetics have to make
significant dietary changes, and also have to regularly monitor their health. A lot of things can
help you deal with this condition. The glycemic index is a number that all foods have. It lets you
know how the food will affect your blood sugar. Select foods with a low glycemic index.
You have to be meticulous about what you're eating when you have diabetes. Different types of
foods have different effects on your blood sugar levels. Large meals need larger insulin
injections, and smaller meals need smaller injections. If you watch your meals, you can actively
manage your glucose levels.
Even if you are feeling ill and experiencing loss of appetite, being a diabetic makes it especially
important to take care of your body by continuing to eat healthy foods, and monitor your glucose
levels. If your level of glucose is low, make sure you drink plenty of water so that you do not get
dehydrated. Having a diet with healthy carbohydrates is good for a diabetic. Diets that are very
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low in carbohydrates should be avoided, since the body will be robbed of vital nutrients. Adding
more carbs to your diet is a good source of energy.
If you're a diabetic, it is vitally important that you indulge your hunger cravings in a way that is
healthy. You do not have to totally stop eating sweet foods. Keep your blood sugar levels
controlled and you can indulge on occasion. Allow room for the after-dinner treat by cutting out
carbohydrates from your entree. You should have the ability to identify which foods are high in
the glycemic index, which quickly elevates your blood sugar. Some examples of foods with high
glycemic indexes are cereal, desserts, juices, breads and pasta. Processed foods send your blood
sugar on a roller coaster. Add more fresh vegetables and fruits, meats and fish to your diet.
If you skip meals, your liver tries to compensate by releasing extra glucose to give you energy
when there is not enough food, causing your blood sugar to rise. Regular meals and snacks that
contain carbohydrates will keep extra glucose from being released. Establish schedules for your
meals. If you skip a meal or wait too long, your sugar level will be dangerously out of control.
This can be problematic because when liver glucose interacts with your already-high blood sugar
level, it propels your overall blood sugar level to dangerous heights.
If you suffer from diabetes and you are a smoker, you should try to quit. Smoking is especially
harmful for a diabetic because it has the ability to raise blood sugar to a dangerous level. If you
want to quit and seem to be having a hard time, talk to your doctor. It is important to lower the
stress in your life. Stress and anxiety can raise blood sugar levels in diabetics. If you are having a
particularly stressful day, try doing breathing exercises or yoga to release some of the stress. You
can also learn different exercises in breathing, which provide great benefits because you can do
then anywhere.

Healthy meals
Choose diets containing lots of fiber. It is certain to lower your chances of developing diabetes.
This is a good way to replace high glycemic foods, such as white bread or processed foods by
whole grain foods. Research demonstrates that diets rich in whole grain are at lesser risk of
suffering diabetes. If you have diabetes and like to snack, resisting the "quick fix" snacks in

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vending machines is really hard. You should avoid giving in to this temptation. Instead, consume
a food with complex carbohydrates like fruit and vegetables.
Carbohydrates are essential to gain energy. It is necessary to opt for wholesome carbohydrates,
like brown bread, whole wheat foods, and so on to be able to gain energy. While preparing their
diabetes diet plan, one should not forget to eat smaller, but more regular meals approximately
every couple of hours or so to prevent starvation. Patients ought to stay away from processed and
packed foods, since they have salts as well as preservative chemicals which are never good for
diabetic patients.
Fresh salads, sea food and meat dishes, soups, sandwiches made with brown or even whole
wheat bread, brown rice, fruit salads, and so on are a few of the foods that can be included within
the diabetic diet.

Recommended foods for diabetics:




Nuts such as, Pine nuts, Brazil nuts, and peanuts.
Fresh vegetables such as, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, onions, mushrooms, celery,
cloves, etc… Leafy vegetables like, fenugreek as well as spinach may also be included in
your diet.




Sea food which includes, fish like, salmon, prawns and mackerels, etc.
Poultry products that are high in dietary fats and healthy proteins - but keep in mind to
eat these in boiled or perhaps grilled form to prevent excessive calorie intake.



Dairy products, such as low fat milk, fat free yogurt in addition to cottage cheese; all of
these foods are higher in proteins and even calcium and may be consumed by diabetics in
reasonable quantities.



Fiber rich meals also ought to be included particularly in the gestational diabetes diet plan
because this assists with the right digestion of food and ensures correct bowel movement.

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Foods that should be avoided
Sugar as well as glucose containing foods aggravates diabetes and hence, they should be
completely cut out from the diabetes diet plan program. Foods that contain sugar consist
of jellies, jams, frozen treats, cookies, cake, tinned syrups, etc.
Oily Meals: Fatty foods comprise of higher quantities of bad cholesterol that is dangerous
for diabetic patients. It is essential to stay away from all fatty foods, for example bacon,
deep-fried meats; salad dressings, for instance mayonnaise, butter, cheese, margarine, oil,
egg yolk along with other high fat dairy products.
Carbohydrates: Carbohydrates that are found in breads as well as sweets increase blood
sugar levels and therefore, it is essential to avoid consuming foods that contain excess
starch. Certain foods to avoid if you are suffering from diabetes include cookies, white
bread, rice, pizzas, and so on.
Starchy vegetables and fruit: Certain veggies, like potatoes, yams, sweet potatoes, corn,
and so on should not be eaten. On the other hand, a variety of other vegetables, including
carrots, beet, beans etc should be eaten in minimal quantities. Fresh fruits to avoid while
suffering from diabetes, include bananas, plums, oranges, grapefruit, strawberries,
mango, custard apple, and so on.
It is essential to adhere to this particular diabetic food checklist in order to stabilize your
situation. Those having difficulties due to diabetes should attempt to maintain their sugar levels
normally as far as possible. An individual should enjoy a balanced wholesome diet throughout
the day as well as exercise regularly.

Remember, it is important to seek medical advice
before making any significant modifications in diet or
meal plans.
Treatment
Left untreated or if poorly managed, complications like loss of vision, amputation, and multiple
organ injury may arise from diabetes complications. Traditional treatment methods involve

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insulin injections, oral hypoglycemics, changes in lifestyle, and annual or regular checkups.
However, none of these methods have demonstrated the kind of results that Dr. David Pearson's
diabetes Miracle Cure has demonstrated.

Dr. David Pearson is an independent medical researcher specialized in insulin production and
diabetes. His treatment methods are completely natural with minimal to zero side effects. It has
been tested and trusted with thousands of video testimonials from delighted individuals. Watch
some of the testimonials here.
His treatment method sets off the tan fat in the body, raises the body's metabolic rate and aids
individuals to pass through their weight reduction objectives. Individuals can now bid goodbye
to the painful needles, costly medication, restricted eating habits, test strips and customary visits
to the doctor. This project will help them create a healthier way of life and work with them to
eliminate the risks of complications.

An innovative approach to reverse diabetes
Dr. Pearson's Diabetes Miracle Cure comprises of three steps that will help individuals tackle
diabetes at the root and improve their quality of life and wellbeing.

What if?
1. What if there was a completely natural treatment that treats the root cause of diabetes?
2. A treatment that's 100% proven effective?
3. And totally unknown to your doctor and many other doctors around the world?
4. What if this radical secret when used causes a significant positive turnaround in your
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6. What if you could be you again? Enjoying precious relationships and activities to the
fullest.
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Find out what Linda Ellison from North Port, Florida, had to say about Dr Pearson's programme.

"In just a few days, my blood sugar went from 228 to 110
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programme."

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 Finally treating the root cause of diabetes in as little as 14 days;
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