The fact that diabetes is incurable is not true, at least from my personal experience. My diabetes was so, despite of taking metformin 500 mg, my A1C was 7.7. and I weighted 174 lbs ( I am 5' tall, of course that I was obese). I had a bad eating habit. I had to eat rice twice a day, chicken, cheese, potato chips, noodles etc. The only thing I didn't eat was sugar, sugary food and drinks One day, one of the doctors I met for first time scared me to a point where I decided to change my life and manage it. This is how I managed it.
1. I researched myself to see what food makes my blood sugar go high and what doesn't. I ate all different food at night and checked my fasting sugar level in the morning.
2. I boiled little bit of neem powder in water and drank first thing every morning. I gave up meat, rice, noodle, pasta, potato chips. I ate little portion of food which would be two whole wheat bread with butter in the morning for breakfast. 2 chapatis dal, and green vegetable . Chapati, beans and vegetable for dinner. If I was hungry, I at one boiled egg white, carrots, cucumber or apple. I ate my dinner 3 hrs before going to bed at night. I exercised 30 minutes everyday. Three months later my A1C dropped to 7.0.
3. By this time I lost about 20 lbs. I started replaced neem water with apple cider vinegar. I drank 2 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar with one big glass of water (about 1/2 liters). I replaced chapati with oatmeal, I ate two tablespoon of flax seed, couple of walnuts, grapefruit. I also ate 2 cloves of raw garlic everyday. in 6 months my A1c went down from 7.0 to 5.9.
4. I kept doing the same thing. Periodically I ate gooseberry. In six months my A1C is 5.8. I am off the medication. By this time I am 25lbs lighter and my final weight is 129 lbs. I feel more energetic and healthy. I am so happy I did it....