What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is a disease in which the body the body is not able to process blood sugar adequately due to the fact that either the body does not produce any insulin or not enough insulin and thereby not allowing the cells to respond properly.
Types of Diabetes
There are three types of diabetes:
1. Type 1 – Type 1 makes up only about 10% of all diabetes cases and is often referred to as insulin-dependent diabetes, juvenile diabetes or early-onset diabetes and it usually developed before age 40 and often in early adulthood. Type 1 diabetes requires the patient to have insulin injections for life, ensure proper blood-glucose levels and follow a special diet.
2. Type 2 – Type 2 makes up about 90% of all diabetes cases. In Type 2 diabetes, the patient’s body does not produce enough insulin for proper function or the cells do not react to insulin. Type 2 diabetes can often be controlled by diet, exercise and weight loss. Overweight individuals have a much higher risk of developing Type 2 diabetes than those with a healthy body weight.
3. Gestational – Gestational diabetes affects females during pregnancy when they are not able to produce enough insulin but can be controlled through a healthy diet and exercise. If uncontrolled, it can cause the risk of complications during childbirth.
In a study that we did recently about 60 to 70% of our patients could be off all or most of their diabetic medicines within 8 to 12 weeks just by working on resetting the insulin receptors!
The vast majority of Americans have Type 2 diabetes or late-onset diabetes which is a problem with insulin resistance. The American pharmaceutical system has developed drugs that actually make the problem worse. Yes, they decrease the blood sugar but they do not do anything to get to the root of the problem which is insulin resistance. Young Foundational Health Center has found that a low heat protein is probably the best thing out there to reset the insulin receptors. In a study that we did recently about 60 to 70% of our patients could be off all or most of their diabetic medicines within 8 to 12 weeks just by working on resetting the insulin receptors!
If you are suffering from Type 2 diabetes, there is hope. Young Foundational Health Center can help you by developing a nutrition and supplement plan to aid in resetting insulin receptors and your cellular health. To find out more about how Young Foundational Health Center can help to deal with diabetes, call our office at 727-545-4600 and schedule your appointment to get on the path to a healthier you!