Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Deadly Diabetes Advice For Diabetics From a Registered Dietician!

This is an excerpt from an article on Living With Diabetes, written by a Licensed Dietitian who will, mercifully (on my part!), remain nameless!

"By definition, diet simply means the foods that you choose everyday. There are no special foods for people with diabetes; you can eat all of the same foods that your family enjoys.

Food is such an important part of our culture and while some of our favorite foods may contribute to diabetes and heart disease, we should not have to give them up all together. By simple portion control and modifying the preparation of foods, you can enjoy all the foods that you love."
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So, blissfully "eat all the same foods that made you sick?"

This is incredibly bad advice to give a well person, let alone someone who is dying from diabetes!

Oh, you did not know that diabetes is a death sentence? It, along with its complications is the 3rd leading cause of death in this country and cuts about 10-15 years off of your life span?

Nutrition is the key to curing diabetes and most other chronic diseases. Poor nutrition is a big factor in insulin resistance, leading to a build up of acid in the blood and the generation of free radicals. Free radicals are mutant cells that attack normal cells, turning them into free radicals in a cascading chain of celluar raidcalization and spreding cell damage.

As a result of poor nutrition, acidosis and free radical damage, the insulin receptors on cells do not function properly and therefore glucose, sugar is prevented from entering the cells, which then call for more insulin. The result is that insulin and glucose build up in the blood stream, signaling but not causing diabetes. This leads to obesity, nerve damage, poor circulation; precursors to the complications of diabetes.

40% of diabetics suffer nerve damgae
25% suffer eye damage
50% suffer kidney damage
80% die from cardiovascular damage

Contrary to our mainstream diatician, the diet must be changed radically to an alkaline diet that helps eliminate the acidosis and contributes antioxidants to help fight the free radicalls.

To find out more about how an alkaline lifestyle can treat and even reverse diabetes, click here: http://AlkalizeMyLife.Com

Bill Young 646-961-3818
Nutritional Therapy Coach

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