Diabetes: Type II
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Around the world over thousands of years, patients have received root-cause holistic treatment for their diseases with personalized treatment, diet and lifestyle modification recommendations. Read the inspiring true stories of practitioners who heal people and who recovered from their problems after Diabetes-Type-II treatment at their clinics. Many have been generous to share their knowledge and experience for the benefit of other holistic experts and patients alike. Many practitioners share their Case Studies and the healing powers of Diabetes-Type-II and related therapies as they heal people who benefited from our expertise.

Was just thinking about how just under a year ago I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. At the time my blood sugar were so high the meter could not read them. Fast forward a year and they average 107 without any insulin or other medication. Low carb works but I could never get here without the awesome support of DR Jonathan Goodman ND. I am grateful to have a doctor who told me I didn't have to accept what big pharma and traditional medicine was selling. Which was take your insulin until you have amputation and kidney failure. I highly recommend Dr Goodman.


Naturopathic Medicine.Dr Jonathan Goodman (Naturopathic Physician)

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6 months ago I went to an endocrinologist looking for help with my T2D. She gave me a long list of medications I could start in addition to the already 1000 mg of Metformin I was taking. The list of side effects, which were worse than my then condition, was even longer and included suicide and cancer. The cost was just as appealing. In the end, she nonchalantly said that I could try a low carb diet and recommended some books she admitted were very old and possibly outdated. I never read the books. But I began searching YouTube for low carb and sugar addiction. Through that, I found Diet Doctor. I had heard of Keto before and even tried it sorta once but probably only heard the EAT BACON part and not the EAT LC VEGGIES and FAT part. I’ve learned so much and am so thankful for this information.

Dietitian: Diet Doctor

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Therapy:

Having "reversed" my type 2 I am now within 4lbs of my goal in terms of weight. Even though I say it myself I'm beginning to look almost human. I have lost over 90 lbs and feel that I look like a human. This was last Christmas in 2017.


Secret of my Success Story:

There's no big secret, just very low carb, low calorie, increase exercise and sheer determination  I don't necessarily do a lot of high fat as I still am watching the calories but I do have full fat, milk, yoghurt, butter etc.. in measured doses.


You can do it too, you know you can.

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I have been controlling Type 2 with diet for over 10 years. No meds. I said no after reading about side effects. I educated myself by reading everything I could about the disease and getting rid of it. Books by Dr. Mark Hyman, Dr. Donald Colbert, Dr. Joel Furhman and many books by nutritionists. For me, I do best by avoiding carbs and sugars. No bread, cereals, pastas, crackers, sugars. Love your veggies, berries, lean meats and fish. Buy organic when you can. I also drink a couple of tablespoons each day of organic Apple Cider Vinegar. I try to walk and ride my bike. I still have 10 pounds I need to lose but overall, blood sugar has been controlled. I have blood work every six months. I learned that high cholesterol usually goes along with diabetes so losing weight is the best fight against that. I say no to Statins too! Unfortunately, I just read a book about the link of Alzheimer's to Diabetes so it is very important to get it under control. Take control of your health and educate yourself and see what works for you!


What do I eat to control my blood sugar?

My breakfast this morning: Oikos Yogurt Triple Zero (only one I've found with Stevia), organic berries and walnuts. Yum!! Read labels!! I try to never consume anything with more than 6 or 7 grams of sugar. Drink a lot of water, black or green tea. I make my own lemonade with pure water and add my own fresh lemon juice. (I don't even use stevia any more. I've read over and over that your taste buds will adjust if you keep with it. It's been true for me).


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My husband made modifications to his diet and started with Ketogenic diet. With in 7 months, his blood sugar numbers have came down to 5.0. Doctor has been very pleased and taken him off one of the medication. He had an appointment last week on in June’ 2018 and his A1C is 4.9. We are hoping that the doctor will take him out from all medication and wishing that to happen in our next visit. 

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Dec’2017:

Later, I realized that God was trying to send me a message on how I could fix everything!  I then adopted the following type 2 diabetic diet plan to save my life:


  1. NO potatoes, wheat, corn, rice or oats in any form and no sugar! (That means NO bread or pasta!)
  2. NO desserts or candy – not even the ones marked “no sugar added!”  That label makes it easy to justify eating them and they become a trap!  They also keep the weight on! 
  3. EAT plenty of meat and green vegetables, including any kind of lettuce!  Dressings on salads are okay. (Tomatoes, beets and carrots are considered “green” vegetables in my book.)  Chicken and turkey are great and beef and pork are also fine! (Contrary to the conventional wisdom about red meat and pork adding too much cholesterol!)  I eat bacon and eggs every morning for breakfast! Eggs are a wonderful source of protein! Fish without breading or batter is good. It can be great if baked or broiled with a good seasoning!
  4. Eat fresh fruit – anything you like!  This is very important because fresh fruit takes care of the sugar cravings that type 2 diabetics suffer from!  Eat bananas in small amounts!  They are high in carbs! If you eat a lot of fruit in one sitting, it will also keep your sugar level up.  Space it out a little. Don’t drink fruit juices! They are like drinking pure sugar. Eat the fruit instead.  Drink plenty of water and NOT diet soda; it becomes a “crutch!”
  5. Sauces are okay if used once in awhile in small quantities.  Most of them contain sugar. (However, pasta is not allowed!)  
  6. Nuts are kind of neutral.  They are low in carbs and sugar, if you eat them without the added sugar glazes.  Eat them sparingly.
  7. The reward:  On the above diet, from time to time, it becomes necessary for a reward or “treat” for having done so well in achieving good results!  Therefore, you may have a small dish of real ice cream or a serving of your favorite desert or a small candy bar (at an establishment that serves them outside of the home!)  This should be done no less than 30 days apart to avoid abuse of the reward system!  Obviously, it is NOT permitted to buy any of these items in bulk and take them home!  (Out of sight, out of mind!)


The problem with the standard type 2 diabetic diet is that it allows the diabetic to eat the same things that they ate before they were diabetic!  They are just supposed to eat less of everything!  Therefore, they are hungry most of the time!  This is why the diet doesn’t work, it is abused by most diabetics, blood sugar levels stay high and frustration grows!  Therefore, a radical change is necessary!  (When I was diagnosed, I was placed on an 1800 calorie/day diet and I was over 6 ft. tall!  I was always hungry!) The goal for the type 2 diabetic should be to consistently lower the blood sugar level so that the disease is controlled!  Then, pills and insulin are reduced or are no longer needed! The above diet will do this if it is followed religiously as a lifestyle without cheating!  This diet is not intended to be inclusive of all food groups.  It will always be necessary for type 2 diabetics to watch their sugar intake!  I have followed this diet from Oct. 2016 to now (Dec. 7, 2017) and have gone from 268 pounds to 207 by Oct. 2017 and have stayed at this lower weight!  I now have more energy and feel better than I have in years! I am 68, have never had any kind of neuropathy in my feet or legs and have gone from injecting 46 units of insulin twice a day to injecting 26 once every other day.  Yesterday, I didn’t need any!  My A1C in Feb. 2017 was 5.8! (Normal A1C levels should be 5.8 or lower depending on which medical professional you talk to.)  Weight loss is the key to lower blood sugar levels in the type 2 diabetic. The above diet, when followed religiously as a permanent lifestyle without cheating, will result in weight loss along with consistently lower sugar levels in the blood!  This diet has done that for me!  I realize that this is a very radical diet and may be hard to follow for someone who loves potato and tortilla chips!  However, diabetes in America is at epidemic proportions and it is killing more people all the time! Therefore, it has become necessary to get “radical” about the type 2 diabetes diet if this disease is ever to be conquered!  The current  diet is NOT working!  


Feb. 2018, I saw my VA doctor and she was so impressed with my dramatic weight loss that she wanted to know what I was doing.  I then informed her of my diet. She asked me to send it to her and said she would use it for all of her diabetic patients!  A few weeks later, she called me and said she has given my diet with both of the above pages to her diabetic patients.


May’22,2018: In the final analysis, the burden of my heart is to help diabetics overcome and conquer this dreaded disease as I have!  I can only provide a way for diabetics to do this and be healthier. I cannot make anyone change the way they eat – the choice and the discipline is entirely theirs!  I tell people now that if they will follow this diet faithfully without cheating, within the first 6 months their doctor will want to know what they are doing!  

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