Cheat Sheet: How to Interpret Your Blood Sugar Readings

Cheat Sheet: How to Interpret Your Blood Sugar Readings

How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

What you’ll learn in this module:

  • The disease process of type 2 diabetes
  • What has gone wrong in your body and how we know it is reversible
  • How much of your diabetes is related to your genes
  • Why medications are not a true solution. 

 

 

  • Discussion of research that shows us that type 2 diabetes is reversible
  • How dietary strategies actually reverse insulin resistance
  • Why your doctor doesn’t offer this
  • What do we call it?  Remission, reversal, cure, control?

 

 

  • What is insulin?
  • What is insulin resistance?
  • Insulin resistance begins in the liver first
  • Why the pancreas fails
  • Type 1 diabetes vs Type 2 diabetes

 

 

  • Why did you develop type 2 diabetes?
  • The relationship between genes and diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes is a mismatch disease
  • Your environment is what turns your genes on and off
  • What you can control

 

 

  • How medications work
  • Why the A1c is not the most important determinant of control
  • Why doctors are obsessed with the A1c

 

 

  • What controls insulin
  • Summary of this module’s main points
  • Setting the stage for the next module (How To Make Food Your Medicine)

 

 

  • Discussion of research that shows us that type 2 diabetes is reversible
  • How dietary strategies actually reverse insulin resistance
  • Why your doctor doesn’t offer this
  • What do we call it?  Remission, reversal, cure, control?

 

 

  • What is insulin?
  • What is insulin resistance?
  • Insulin resistance begins in the liver first
  • Why the pancreas fails
  • Type 1 diabetes vs Type 2 diabetes

 

 

  • Why did you develop type 2 diabetes?
  • The relationship between genes and diabetes
  • Type 2 diabetes is a mismatch disease
  • Your environment is what turns your genes on and off
  • What you can control

 

 

  • How medications work
  • Why the A1c is not the most important determinant of control
  • Why doctors are obsessed with the A1c

 

 

  • What controls insulin
  • Summary of this module’s main points
  • Setting the stage for the next module (How To Make Food Your Medicine)

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