who have helped many of their Diabetic clients to successfully go into remission. This is thanks to their unique, psychology-based, weight loss therapy. Yes You Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, or at least bring it under control, and go into remission. Being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes can initially be frightening. But with a few small diet and lifestyle changes you can take back control of your life, and your health.
Today, undeniably, diabetes is the fastest growing health threat in the world, creating an urgent public health issue. Since 1996, the number of people living with diabetes has more than doubled. If nothing changes, it is estimated that over five million people in the UK will develop diabetes., but we can no longer deny the epidemic
The WHO estimates that 1.5 million people died as a direct result of type 2 diabetes in 2019. During that year over 9% of the global adult population were diabetic. And every year, unfortunately, the situation is getting even more serious. Research suggests that as many as 175 million adults worldwide are walking around not knowing that they have diabetes!
You should know the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Firstly, with type 1 diabetes the body’s immune system destroys the cells that produce insulin. So the sufferer needs to take medication to help control their blood sugar. There is no cure. With type 2 diabetes the pancreas still produces insulin, but the body is resistant to it. Type 2 diabetics can go into remission by making some lifestyle changes. More info on
, obesity is believed to account for 80-85% of the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Also, recent research suggests that obese people are up to 80 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those of normal weight.The correlation between obesity and Diabetes is incredible. According to
called on people to “Eat fat, cut the carbs, and avoid snacking to reverse obesity and type 2 diabetes”. It controversially speaks out against the current official nutritional guidelines. But maybe it makes sense….. In 2016 the UK’s
It is a disease of excessive insulin resistance, and shows up as raised blood glucose levels. Refined and starchy carbs increase blood glucose levels. And yet both Diabetes UK and NHS websites currently prioritise the consumption of starchy carbohydrates for type 2 diabetics!
In answer, a recent comprehensive review concluded that dietary carbohydrate restriction is
the “single most effective intervention for reducing all of the features of the
metabolic syndrome” and should be the first approach in diabetes management.
Others however can manage their type 2 diabetes without insulin. So, they can control their blood sugar levels by making certain lifestyle changes.
patients with type 2 diabetes are two to four times more likely to have a heart attack or stroke. Poorly controlled diabetes causes nerve damage and reduces the blood supply to the feet. So you experience numbness, and injuries don’t heal quickly. The NHS performs around 175 amputations every week on diabetic patients. Diabetes can also cause kidney disease and eye damage.
Many type 2 diabetics have at least one close member of the family who also has it. And the more people affected, the higher the risk of developing it. So, genes do play a role, but lifestyle choices are also important.
However, you need to be very careful about how much you drink, and how it affects your body. Alcohol reduces your body’s ability to recover when your blood sugar levels drop. Therefore you are more likely to have a hypo. This happens when your blood sugar goes too low.
Trying to find the right information online can be tedious. And you can often end up back where you started, not knowing the answers you were looking for in the first place. Dieting, exercise, healthy eating, organic foods, raw foods, low carbs, high carbs, good fat and bad fat. Over and over, we hear and see it all. So where does this leave you? What about people who honestly want a healthy lifestyle change?
is based around the unique, psychology-based treatment developed by Martin and Marion Shirran. Over a thousand people, including a number of medical professionals have experienced their unique treatment. Newspapers and magazines around the world have also featured it. The Shirrans’ appeared in a Good Morning America TV Special.
following her treatment with the Shirrans’ Recently Martin and Marion Shirran were invited to appear on the This Morning TV Show to discuss their work in the weight loss arena.
. You can read about the many clients that have already completed the treatment. You can hear from some of them, NHS Consultant Surgeons, Nurses, Lawyers. Type 2 diabetes can be controlled: you can have your life back, and you can start today.you real evidence to support our claims.