I am a diabetic. Can someone who is a diabetic tell me what medicine to take so that my diabetes is cured.?
- Natural HealerLv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
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Diet: Proper diet is critical for both preventing and treating diabetes, especially Type II diabetes. One of the most important dietary precautions you can take is to eliminate all refined sugars and sugar products from your diet. Such products include refined sugar, corn syrup, cornstarch, dextrose, dextrin, fructose, fruit juice concentrates, glucose, lactose, malt, maltodextrin, maltose, mannitol, sorbitol, sorghum, sucrose, and xylitol. Honey, Maple syrup, Agaves or Chicory syrup must also be eliminated if you are pre-diabetic or diabetic. Also reduce or eliminate your intake of alcohol and caffeine. Remove fast food, refined foods, processed "junk" foods, soda, fried foods, and all products containing white flour. Choose quality protein snacks between meals, or soaked nuts, and fresh vegetables and vegetable only juices as between meal options.
To help your body better regulate blood glucose levels, also reduce your overall carbohydrate intake, replacing simple carbohydrates with complex carbohydrate foods. This means use whole flours and grains, beans, legumes, and fresh fiber-rich vegetables, rather than choosing to eat refined foods. Eating five to six small meals a day, instead of the traditional three larger meals, can also help balance blood sugar levels and prevent excessively high insulin spikes after eating. In addition, a vegetarian diet high in organic vegetables and complex whole grains, along with small intakes of whole fruit that contains seeds or pits, rather than fruit juice, has also been found to be helpful for many people suffering from Type II diabetes. Jerusalem artichoke is another food that can help diabetics control blood sugar levels. A diet rich in healthy fats, such as avocados, nuts, seeds, extra virgin olive, raw virgin coconut butter and high lignin flax seed oil also supports you in maintaining level and stable blood sugar levels.
Many Type II diabetes patients fare well on a diet that consist of 55 to 60 percent complex carbohydrates, 15 to 20 percent protein (with a minimum of 45 grams of protein per day), and 20 to 25 percent healthy fats. In addition, you should increase your fiber intake to a daily level of 40 to 50 grams of fiber, with 10 to 15 grams of soluble fiber. High-fiber foods like beans and whole grains can be added slowly, perhaps at a rate of one serving per week, along with an increase in your intake of pure, filtered water.
Quick Action Plan for Diabetes
1. Be aware for early signs of blood sugar problems. Have the proper yearly tests performed.
2. Keep in mind that the goal of diabetic treatment and self-care is to restore blood sugar levels close to normal and to correct related metabolic disorders. One of the best ways to accomplish this is by eating small, frequent meals throughout the day that emphasize fresh, organic foods that are low on the glycemic scale, such as raw and lightly steamed vegetables, low sugar whole fruits, nuts, seeds, whole grains and legumes, yams, wild fish, poultry, lean cuts of beef, bison meal lamb or veal.
3. Minimize or eliminate your intake of simple carbohydrates and all sugars, as well as tobacco and processed "junk foods." In addition, reduce your intake of alcohol and caffeine. Both alcohol and caffeine could be enjoyed on special occasions, rather than daily or even weekly habits.
4. Remain hydrated; drinking adequate quantities of pure water is essential for all aspects of your health.
5. Engage in regular light exercise and stress reduction because they are keys to maintaining lower levels of blood sugar.
6. Consider supplementing with nutrients such as B-complex vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin E, chromium, magnesium, potassium, essential fatty acids, CoQ10, alpha lipoic acid, and vanadium. Stabilized rice bran supplements can also be helpful.
7. Herbs such as astragalus, bitter melon, fenugreek, garlic, ginseng, Gymnema sylvestre, and huerque can also provide significant benefits.
8. If you have already developed Type I or Type II diabetes, combine the above self-care natural cures with professional care from a holistically oriented physician or other alternative health care practitioner. Particularly useful professional care therapies for treating and preventing diabetes include chelation therapy, food allergy testing, parasite testing and if necessary, cleansing, oxygen therapy, and professional dietary and nutritional counseling. Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine can also be helpful.
9. Prevention, if you are pre-disposed and managing a diabetic condition, is a life-long commitment. By committing to the guidelines above, you can significantly improve your symptoms, and, if you suffer from Type II diabetes, quite possibly reverse them altogether. Implementing diet and lifestyle changes can help improve your energy levels, and your confidence in your ability to experience greater health.
Best of health to you
CheersSource(s): naturalcures.com herbdoc.com
- MeghanLv 44 years ago
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- KaiaLv 71 decade ago
At this time there is no cure for diabetes. There is control.
I don't know where you are, but there are diabetes specialists and dieticians who can help you control it with the proper combination of medicine, diet and exercise.
Word of advice, you can't ignore the condition, you can't pretend like it doesn't matter.You have to do the right things, or it will kill you.
I just lost a dear friend a few months ago who decided he could play the "insulin game"...the one where you eat what you want, gain weight, don't exercise, and take more and more insulin. He killed himself treating it like it wasn't a big deal.
I had a cousin who was diagnosed early in the 1900s when treatment was pretty iffy, and lived into her 80s. But she was smart enough to schedule her life so that she did what she needed to control her diabetes.
Be smart. Be informed. And good luck!
- Stephanie FLv 71 decade ago
Each diabetic is different and should be seen by a doctor to be assured of the right prescription for your diabetes and your body. There is a pill and there are shots. It depends, but all have to be prescribed by a doctor anyway. What works for one person won't work for another. My brothers diabetes will actually be controlled by his diet, not medicine. My friend is on a pill. My uncle is on shots. All are different. I will pray for your health. Happy Holidays.
- 1 decade ago
There is no cure for diabetes. How I wish there was! I'm a type 1 diabetic. You need to talk to a naturapathic doctor, but I take liquid vandium and gymnema tablets to help lower my blood sugars. I have been able to lower my dosage of insulin since starting to take these. Good luck and keep your spirits up!Source(s): personal experience
- MaggieLv 51 decade ago
Once you have diabetes it can't be cured, just treated with proper diet and possibly insulin. You need to keep OJ in the frig all the time and make sure you eat proper or you can go into a diabetic coma. Good Luck to you!
- 4 years ago
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- TheresaLv 44 years ago
An A1C is a test that tells the doctor what your average blood sugar is over the last 3 months. Your doctor is probably correct. If you don't trust your doctor get a second opinion. But don't neglect your health in the mean time. Its sounds almost like you are in denial. It's not a death sentace but you need to deal with it.