Learn how you can reverse diabetes and help trigger your body to produce more insulin naturally!

This blog is dedicated to helping you discover a way to reverse the symptoms of diabetes. Diet, exercise, tips, and other useful information can be found through out this blog. Be sure to check out the many resources for helpful products and reviews.

Video Animation of Diabetes

Here is an excellent video animation that explains what diabetes is and what is going on in your body. How your body process the food you eat into the energy you need. How this process has broken down and what you need to do to fix it.

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Is Honey Better for Diabetics than Artificial Sweeteners?

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When a person is diagnosed as diabetic they are often left wondering what exactly they can and cannot eat. Low sugar foods are a must but there are also questions raised about some natural foods and their suitability for diabetics. There are so many different products offering a artificial sweetener alternative, a common question is [...]

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What to Expect If You Have Diabetes

Many people who have diabetes are very worried about the effect that it could have on them so awareness of the condition and how to control it is essential to stop fear from taking over. By following advice on managing the condition diabetes can be controlled to stop it becoming diabetic retinopathy or another condition [...]

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How to Avoid Diabetes

There are many steps a person can take to reduce their risk of diabetes and these are essential if they are already in one of the high risk groups. A person should make themselves aware of the symptoms of diabetes as well as the risk factors and try to live as healthily as possible in [...]

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Why is Sugar Bad for Diabetics?

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Many people who have been diagnosed with diabetes will understand that sugar is not their friend, but they may not be sure why. In all reality, sugar has both positive and negative points for diabetics. Sugar in the form of carbohydrates is needed for fuel and foods such as potatoes, pasta and bread are all converted [...]

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Borderline Diabetes

There is a growing number of people who are not yet diabetic but are in the borderline area where they could easily develop the condition.  This is known as pre diabetes and those in this category have higher than usual levels of glucose but it is not high enough to be considered diabetes.  There may [...]

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The Glycemic Index

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The Glycemic Index is a way of measuring the effects of carbohydrate foods on a person’s blood sugar levels. Foods have a GI rating, so those which can be broken down quickly by the body while they are being digested and quickly pass glucose into the bloodstream will have a high GI rating, while those which [...]

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How Does Insulin Work?

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Insulin is a hormone which should be produced naturally in the body to keep blood sugar levels steady.  When there is an excess of glucose in the body the cells of the pancreas should secrete insulin into the blood, which then goes around the body and gets the liver and muscle cells to absorb and [...]

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Diabetes A1C Levels

Most people will never have heard of A1C but it is something that we should be aware of, particularly if suffering from diabetes. When the body takes in sugar it can stick to the proteins. A red blood cell has an average lifespan of around three months and if the sugars are sticking to the red blood [...]

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Diabetes Type 2

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Type 2 diabetes is the non-insulin dependent category of the condition. This is the most common form of diabetes and up to 95% of the people who suffer from diabetes will have type 2. Those who suffer from type 2 diabetes will have some production of insulin, although it is either not enough or the body [...]

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