How to Beat Diabetes Naturally

How To Beat Diabetes Naturally

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How To Beat Diabetes Naturally

In this video the presenter John G. Clark M.D goes through the causes of diabetes. The best way to defeat a lifestyle disease such as diabetes you have to stop what is causing it and take up habits that promote good health.

How To Beat Diabetes Naturally

I would also recommend another natural remedies expert, Agatha Thrash MD , she too promotes the use of diet in treating diabetes. Dr Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines Institute says, "for over 70 years, traditional treatment for diabetes was a high fat, low carbohydrate diet with insulin by injection, or pills by mouth. Justification for prescribing the high fat diet was that it keeps the blood sugar from rising too much after a meal, and it prevents too much sugar from spilling into the urine. But the disadvantages of fatty diets far outweigh the advantages. This type of diet does not reduce blood sugar, nor the insulin requirement to handle the excess sugar. In fact, it tends to make the body less sensitive to insulin and induces resistance to it. Elevation of blood fats leads to hardening of the arteries. It promotes the accumulation of ketone bodies in the body tissue and fluids, and accelerates aging."
Other diets that have been used to control diabetes are high protein, high carbohydrate and high fiber diets. Protein diets seem to prevent a significant rise in blood sugar, but are "impractical, monotonous, expensive, promote kidney and liver failure and hardening of the arteries, and are usually high in fat," hence not recommended.

How To Beat Diabetes Naturally

Refined carbohydrate diets (sugar, white flour, white rice, etc.) are rapidly absorbed, elevating the blood sugar after meals, as well as increasing triglycerides. Such a diet is a detriment in treating diabetes, and is no treatment at all. However, when complex carbohydrates–whole grain bread and cereals, brown rice, bran, fruit, vegetables and no refined sugar–compose most of the meal, the disadvantages of a high carbohydrate diet disappear. The body better utilizes the carbohydrate and glucose in the food. When mildly diabetic persons switch from 45% refined carbohydrates to 85% complex carbohydrates, their glucose tolerance test improves.

Most Americans on a high meat diet eat between 14 and 20 grams of plant fiber every day. The ideal vegetarian diet provides 65-70 grams. Insulin must hook up on one side with sugar (glucose), and the other side must slide into insulin "docking sites" (receptors) on cells. For sugar to be properly utilized, the docking sites must be filled with insulin. Here is another advantage of a high fiber diet–the fiber increases the number of docking sites. Obese individuals have fewer insulin receptors, hence fewer sites for sugar-hooked insulin to slide into. Fasting for several days, until the blood glucose returns to normal, multiplies insulin docking sites. This usually takes three to five days, and should be done only in type II (or "adult onset") diabetics. Type I diabetics should never fast. If the person is obese, fasting for a day or two a week, non-consecutively, can be very helpful for diabetic control.

In addition to decreasing the rapid rise of blood sugar after a meal and increasing the number of insulin docking sites on cells, a high fiber diet lowers blood fats, helping to carry cholesterol out of the body. It keeps the blood sugar at a lower level than a fiber-free meal. Triglycerides (blood fats) and cholesterol are also decreased, thus lessening the risk of coronary heart attack.

Exercise along with the diet is important and cannot be overemphasized. Exercise enhances the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin, increasing the number of insulin receptors. It helps decrease body fat, thus making people more sensitive to insulin.

Dr Agatha Thrash further states that, "We have found over the years that a total vegetarian diet, high in fiber and the unrefined carbohydrates, low in fats; coupled with a regular exercise program; and weight control is the very best to control diabetes and to prevent the serious complications of this disease. By far the majority of people stay on the program. They enjoy the food, for it is palatable, practical and attractive. The whole family can benefit from eating this food. Most of those who stay on the program never need to take pills or insulin again.

How to Beat Diabetes Naturally

In this video the presenter John G. Clark M.D goes through the causes of diabetes. The best way to defeat a lifestyle disease such as diabetes you have to stop what is causing it and take up habits that promote good health.

I would also recommend another natural remedies expert, Agatha Thrash MD , she too promotes the use of diet in treating diabetes. Dr Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines Institute says, "for over 70 years, traditional treatment for diabetes was a high fat, low carbohydrate diet with insulin by injection, or pills by mouth. Justification for prescribing the high fat diet was that it keeps the blood sugar from rising too much after a meal, and it prevents too much sugar from spilling into the urine. But the disadvantages of fatty diets far outweigh the advantages. This type of diet does not reduce blood sugar, nor the insulin requirement to handle the excess sugar. In fact, it tends to make the body less sensitive to insulin and induces resistance to it. Elevation of blood fats leads to hardening of the arteries. It promotes the accumulation of ketone bodies in the body tissue and fluids, and accelerates aging."
Other diets that have been used to control diabetes are high protein, high carbohydrate and high fiber diets. Protein diets seem to prevent a significant rise in blood sugar, but are "impractical, monotonous, expensive, promote kidney and liver failure and hardening of the arteries, and are usually high in fat," hence not recommended.

Refined carbohydrate diets (sugar, white flour, white rice, etc.) are rapidly absorbed, elevating the blood sugar after meals, as well as increasing triglycerides. Such a diet is a detriment in treating diabetes, and is no treatment at all. However, when complex carbohydrates--whole grain bread and cereals, brown rice, bran, fruit, vegetables and no refined sugar--compose most of the meal, the disadvantages of a high carbohydrate diet disappear. The body better utilizes the carbohydrate and glucose in the food. When mildly diabetic persons switch from 45% refined carbohydrates to 85% complex carbohydrates, their glucose tolerance test improves.

Most Americans on a high meat diet eat between 14 and 20 grams of plant fiber every day. The ideal vegetarian diet provides 65-70 grams. Insulin must hook up on one side with sugar (glucose), and the other side must slide into insulin "docking sites" (receptors) on cells. For sugar to be properly utilized, the docking sites must be filled with insulin. Here is another advantage of a high fiber diet--the fiber increases the number of docking sites. Obese individuals have fewer insulin receptors, hence fewer sites for sugar-hooked insulin to slide into. Fasting for several days, until the blood glucose returns to normal, multiplies insulin docking sites. This usually takes three to five days, and should be done only in type II (or "adult onset") diabetics. Type I diabetics should never fast. If the person is obese, fasting for a day or two a week, non-consecutively, can be very helpful for diabetic control.

In addition to decreasing the rapid rise of blood sugar after a meal and increasing the number of insulin docking sites on cells, a high fiber diet lowers blood fats, helping to carry cholesterol out of the body. It keeps the blood sugar at a lower level than a fiber-free meal. Triglycerides (blood fats) and cholesterol are also decreased, thus lessening the risk of coronary heart attack.

Exercise along with the diet is important and cannot be overemphasized. Exercise enhances the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin, increasing the number of insulin receptors. It helps decrease body fat, thus making people more sensitive to insulin.

Dr Agatha Thrash further states that, "We have found over the years that a total vegetarian diet, high in fiber and the unrefined carbohydrates, low in fats; coupled with a regular exercise program; and weight control is the very best to control diabetes and to prevent the serious complications of this disease. By far the majority of people stay on the program. They enjoy the food, for it is palatable, practical and attractive. The whole family can benefit from eating this food. Most of those who stay on the program never need to take pills or insulin again.

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19 comments

  1. “Red meat consumption has been consistently associated with an increased
    risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM)…”

    No news here but the study does quantify the diabetes risk based on the
    amount of meat intake over time:

    “increasing red meat intake of more than 0.50 servings per day was
    associated with a 48% (pooled hazard ratio, 1.48; 95% CI, 1.37-1.59)
    elevated risk in the subsequent 4-year period, and the association was
    modestly attenuated after further adjustment for initial body mass index
    and concurrent weight gain (1.30; 95% CI, 1.21-1.41).

    Of course some people will suggest there could be some ‘moderate amount of
    meat intake’ that may not be identified as a risk factor. Although the
    study doesn’t reveal a safe level of meat intake, the study does go on to
    examine a reduced risk of diabetes parthenogenesis with decreased meat
    intake from baseline:

    Reducing red meat consumption by more than 0.50 servings per day from
    baseline to the first 4 years of follow-up was associated with a 14%
    (pooled hazard ratio, 0.86; 95% CI, 0.80-0.93) lower risk during the
    subsequent entire follow-up through 2006 or 2007.”

    Pan, A., Sun, Q., Bernstein, A.M., Manson, J.E., Willett, W.C., Hu, F.B.
    (2013). Changes in red meat consumption and subsequent risk of type 2
    diabetes mellitus: three cohorts of US men and women. JAMA Intern Med.
    173(14):1328-35. doi: 10.1001/jamainternmed.2013.6633.

  2. You have explain this very well. 

  3. EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! EXCELLENT! Thank you!! So clear, so understandable,
    so important to get this out to all diabetics, borderline-diabetics and…
    well, just about EVERYONE really!

  4. This guy needs to read dr bernsteins diabetic soloution. He understands how
    diabetes happens , but advising whole grains for type 2 diabetic breakfast
    makes no sense.Only whole grains for non- diabetics

  5. Oliver's Real Food

    It’s interesting how stress creates physical problems in the body such as
    obesity and many others according to this video.

  6. great video

  7. Fascinating lecture.

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    Doctors are not trained to cure diabetes but rather treat the symptoms of
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    Great examples!!!

  11. So what causes Pancreas unable to produce enough Insulin? Any recent
    Scientific updates???????????/

  12. I feel worried about constantly checking blood levels being a former
    diabetes sufferer imangined I would undountedly die diabetes …

  13. excellent lecture it explains diabetes more clearly

  14. A new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association
    reports a possible link between developing diabetes during pregnancy and
    autism in kids. My thoughts here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgHr3ReMkrU

  15. Duc Viet Nguyen, Ph.D

    My thoughtful respects to Dr. John G. Clark, M.D. and kind viewers:
    Please accept my grateful great thanks and appreciations for the best
    lecture, and meaningful comments.

    Duc Viet Nguyen
    Independent Research for Health

  16. This information is very well presented. Thank you for posting.

  17. nice page

  18. who is this guy? he is amazing

  19. just saying not all diabetes is because of over feed fat cells i was
    diagnosed with type 1 at 12 a stress free healthy kid who played 5 sports
    and who nearly died as a result of dka

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