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Can you Become Type II Diabetic by Eating too Much Sugar?

Sugar and diabetes have more associations than not   H ow much sugar can you consume if you have diabetes? A common question, but not so easy to be answered. We cannot say that sugar is responsible for causing diabetes. But we can surely say, sugar is more involved with diabetes then many would like […] Read More

Why the American Diabetes Association recommended diet doesn’t work – here’s why

The right diet can eliminate insulin and glucose production completely – but we’re not using it   The so called “diabetic diet” doesn’t exist. Sorry to break it to you. But the reason it doesn’t work is because it is all based on managing carbohydrates. But it doesn’t matter how much you manage carbs – […] Read More

Whether sugar causes diabetes or not is beyond the point

Contrary to some, sugar is one of the biggest diabetes triggers T here are some who still believe sugar consumption does not trigger diabetes. The American Diabetes Association (ADA) says that. That’s incredible. Some even think sugar is a important nutrient. There is a belief out there that if you don’t eat glucose or carbohydrates you’ll die. There […] Read More

How to use the Food Glycemic Index, What is Important and What is not

Learn what is important about using the glycemic index chart   Glycemic index is a chart indicating how much sugar (glucose) each food groups will add to your blood sugar levels. Traditional diabetes management encourage you to keep a constant control of carbohydrates consumed. Even though this is a good idea it will not permanently […] Read More

Don’t Throw Away your Liver – You Need it More Than you Think

When talking about diabetes – the liver gets little attention   When it comes to diabetes, the liver which is the second largest organ in the body is – largely ignored. The pancreas and its failure to produce insulin gets all the attention. If you know a little more then you know about insulin resistance. […] Read More