Type II diabetes: What did we see in the COVID-19 pandemic? Well, it was simply picking up a drug or treatment method, applying it to the patient, and later dropping it. There are obvious examples, be it the case of plasma therapy and ivermectin.
This kind of juggling that allopathy prescribes has resulted in increased awareness among the masses. The increased awareness has forced medical practitioners to adopt a holistic approach. This holistic approach, as we call it, comes under the prospect of Integrated medicine. As we explained earlier, integrated medicine aims to assimilate the best practices of historically available medical solutions.
Is Type II diabetes curable?
Is Type II diabetes curable? The answer to the question is yes. In the last article of the series, we talked about the causes and symptoms of Type II diabetes and how it has turned into an epidemic.
With the reference of Dr. Kallol Guha, the man putting all his efforts into the field of integrative medicine understood how insulin resistance causes Type II diabetes. The biggest symptom of type 2 diabetes is a rise in blood glucose levels.
Do you know why, in the case of Type 2 diabetes, your doctor emphasises reducing weight? It is because the excess fat chokes the glucose channel in the cell, which results in high blood sugar.
The steps to reverse Type II diabetes
Insulin resistance and Type II diabetes may be life-threatening, but they are reversible. Here is a seven-step solution guide to type 2 diabetes. While I explain in brief, you should visit Dr. Guha’s YouTube channel for detailed analysis.
Reversal of Type II diabetes can only happen by working on the root cause, which is insulin resistance. Resistance is caused by the IGF molecule, acid inflammation, and fat deficiency—these are diet related issues, lack of exercise and stress.
The reversal can be done in four stages: adjustment, acceleration, inner transformation, and independence. Anyone trying reversal needs to adopt some methods like juice feasting, intermittent fasting, and regular cleansing of the internal organs. Once the body adapts to these changes and adjusts with them, it needs to be accelerated. It is only at the end of the second phase that the physical transformation becomes visible.
Then comes the stage of inner transformation that can only be achieved through integrating traditional methods with biology. The stage of inner transformation requires muscle building and including positivity as a lifestyle habit. The fourth and last stage of becoming independent is experiencing oneself and becoming self-reliant.
The barrier to reversal: Inertia
There are too many people who talk about reversal and claim to have worked for it. However, the majority of people who use reversal methods fail to combat their own interia. That is normal human behavior; we fail to change our own habits; we do not tend to venture outside of our comfort zones, our casual behavior. However, with a systematic approach, any battle can be won.
After starting the process, inertia comes into play, especially as the blood sugar level drops. If one is able to win the interia battle, the long-awaited reduction in insulin or medicine intake, as prescribed to the patient, occurs. Then comes stage three, when insulin or medicine is stopped; however, sugar levels are not under control. Then comes the effort to maintain sugar levels in the non-diabetic zone.
Reversal is tough, but not impossible. Next time someone tells you that insulin resistance or Type II diabetes are not reversible, show them this video. While you wish to reverse the condition, go to an integrative medicine practitioner, as no pill has ever been made in the world that cures everyone or works the same way for everyone.
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