It sounds impossible. Like a dream.
In just 12 weeks from now, walking out of your doctor’s office in full remission from your type 2 diabetes. Poof GONE.
And I do mean well and truly gone. No more diabetes drugs. No more painful blood-sugar checks. No more worrying about your sugars shooting up out of control.
You see, mainstream medicine focuses on treating symptoms. And I’ll admit, they ARE pretty good at it most of the time. After all, they do manage to keep us alive.
But we pay a huge price. Because living with diabetes can sometimes feel like a nightmare.
Well, it turns out if you STOP focusing on putting out the fires, you can put your energies into tackling the CAUSE of your blood sugar issues instead. And that can change EVERYTHING.
Because according to new research, you can, essentially, reverse the disease putting yourself into diabetes remission. And the thing that’s really turning mainstream medicine on its head is HOW this “virtual cure” is achieved.
See, it’s not some powerful new drug still in testing. It’s not a combo of meds already on the market. And it’s not surgery, either. In fact, it’s not going to make ANYONE rich.
It’s just plain old weight loss… from diet alone.
True diabetes remission IS possible
Now we’re not talking about making a switch to low-fat salad dressings and diet sodas here, of course. The study focused on a pretty intensive diet.
But don’t throw your hands up in frustration yet.
Remember we’re looking for a diabetes remission here. And the diet isn’t a permanent change. In fact, you could be in the clear within just 12 weeks… or three months… from now.
For those three months, the volunteers in the study were put on a very low-calorie diet built around meal replacement shakes to make sure they still got all the nutrients they needed.
And, of course, the weight practically melted off of them. The volunteers lost nearly 40 pounds on average. But more importantly, many of them lost their diabetes.
In just 12 weeks, half of the patients who tried this diet went into complete diabetes remission. Two years later, most of them REMAINED in remission.
The key to continued success
The key is weight loss. Keep it off, and your chances of keeping diabetes from ever coming back skyrocket.
Obviously, you shouldn’t go out and buy a case of Slim-Fast and try this kind of thing on your own. You need to work carefully with a doctor who can help you through the process and monitor your progress on your way to diabetes remission.
But if you’re not ready to make that kind of commitment yet, there’s another approach that can work. And in fact, I’ve seen it happen with my own eyes.
Make the switch to a VERY low carb diet for the 12 weeks instead.
Keto-style diets have been shown to lead to quick and substantial weight loss too. Which means one could help put your diabetes into remission as well.
And when the time is right, you could be strolling out of YOUR doctor’s office diabetes-free TOO.
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