Any Hope Of a Cure for Diabetes?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could fix diabetes?

This answer isn’t as straightforward as it seems as with such a vague question there are so many variables to consider. Basically, the best foods for your diabetic diet are those with low glycemic loads or those rich with foods that contain nutrients or secondary compounds with anti-diabetic properties.
The best cure for diabetes is to lose weight through dietary changes and exercise. There are many drugs that can help, from oral medications to insulin. Eating a healthy diet leaves sugar from carbohydrates available to be used as fuel for your body, rather than stored as fat. Exercise gives your body the opportunity to increase its insulin sensitivity.


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The only surefire cure for diabetes is a pancreas transplant. The good thing is there are many other options you can try before the extreme. Dentist Woody Reznick says “the prevention is really in your mouth.” A new study shows twice as many diabetic patients had gum disease as people without the disease.
There are many treatments that might be able to help your diabetes. The first one that isn’t going to help much is going on a sugar free diet. Although, going for a better diet with foods that have a healthy amount of sugar in them will work. Scale back anything that might be too much too soon.


-Eat a low calorie and low fat diet
-Work out in a session
-Get weekly medical checkups at your doctor
-Drink a half glass of water before each meal
-Eat breakfast
-Drink plenty of fluids, such as water and coffee
-Eat whole grains and vegetables
-Reduce stress in your work and home life
Diet plays a major role in regulating blood sugar levels.


Insulin helps to prevent glucose levels from either becoming too high (hyperglycemia) or too low (hypoglycemia). If you are taking insulin, chances are that insulin resistance (resistance to the effects of insulin) is the cause of your diabetes. There are many medicines you can take to undo insulin resistance.