Medication is vital in advanced diabetic stages, but the medication usually brings about side effects that leaves the root cause untreated. Light at the end of the tunnel – type II diabetes is preventable and reversible. Being a lifestyle disease, majority of its victims spend time condemning themselves but how about they just focus on how to reverse it. Carbohydrates and blood sugar levels do not match well, same as how Gluten is known to trigger Hashimoto`s.
Once a patient was diagnosed with type II diabetes as well as blood sugar levels, he discovered the easier way to handle it was to start with stabilizing his blood sugar level that eventually stabilized everything else, that is; anxiety, hair loss, and antibodies.
The basic reason why people who lived a couple of decades earlier did not suffer from cancer, diabetes or heart diseases is simply because they did not have processed foods or simple sugars. Excessive carbs and sugars lead to increased secretion of insulin that continues for a couple of years till the pancreas is unable to control the rising blood glucose.
Amylin is the hormone responsible for making people feel satisfied so they can stop eating as it works to subdue the livers sugar output and is produced by the pancreas. When low levels of amylin are produced, people don’t feel satisfied and the glucose levels increase. An increase in the level of insulin produced leads to insulin resistance by the cells forcing the pancreas to keep producing more insulin.
Type II diabetes and insulin surges further lead to autoimmune thyroid destruction. In turn the low thyroid impacts on blood lipids. Blood glucose levels are capable of causing diseases. Most people who suffer from thyroid issues and diabetes are undiagnosed. It is important to undergo thorough testing as well as handling diseases bearing in mind the body is a system of interactions rather than focusing on one disease.