Role of Diet control ;Regular exercise; Yoga and Pranayam in Diabetes Type2

Diabetes has almost become like an epidemic with more and more people at younger and younger age being diagnosed everyday. Sedentary lifestyle, fast food culture with high stress levels our contributory factors.Diabetes affects your life in more ways than one ,it can also adversely affect your heart , eyes,kidney and may even be fatal But you can take control of your life and diet control regular exercise yoga ;pranayam and if advised regular proper use of medicines.Even if If it is at the prediabetetic stage or borderline, then its even possible to to control it with out medicine and even reverse it. Many have been able to do successfully .Even for frank diabetics , these can help in better control and reducing the medicines and insulin.

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  • I control my "D" without Prescription drugs.

    When it was detected the levels on 2 weekly tests were

    229/129 (ppbs/fbs) week 0

    200/124 (ppbs/fbs) week 1

    Haven't taken any diabetic pill till now and has been more than 2 years.

    ADA's CARB rich diet recommendation will alwaya need medicines to control sugar (and even then you will not be able to get A1C in 5% club) and that explains why ADA (and hence all doctors, nutritionists, dieticians) wants you to eat for 60% energy from CARBOHYDRATES and All so caleld specialists yelling from rooftop that Saturated FAT is bad ... my diet is more ofr FATS and aroun d 100gms carbs/day ... yes it includes saturated FATS also which is GOOD :)

    CARB is the real culprit ...

    If diabetics also need to eat same amount of carbs as a non diabetics then there can be no bigger STUPIDITY professed that this. And these so called EXPERTS suggest this rule under garb of "BALANCED DEIT" -- utter nonsense.

  • Hi Anup

    very interesting. My ppbs is 180 and A1C 5.6, can you pl help me with low carb diet. Thanks

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