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The End to Diabetes by Dr. Joel Fuhrman


Friday, April 11, 2014

Almost no oils, animal products, dairy and daily lots of greens and beans with smaller amounts daily of nuts and seeds and other vegetables and lower sugar fruits. And none of that white stuff either!

Did I get that right? Now this is targeted at diabetics. Now this is even stricter than Eat to Live, which I think is very strict.

Up till now I preferred his Eat for Health which has a gradual change to his eating plan.

But he promises the End to Diabetes if his plan is followed strictly! That is quite a promise!

chris

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FROSTY99 4/12/2014 3:57PM

    I am not sure one can live with such strict limitations. Sure in the short run, but it has to be something that one feels satisfied with on a day in, day out basis and I am not sure this is the answer. Maybe it would work to get things under control but not many of us can live without more variety.

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SWEETLIPS 4/12/2014 9:41AM

    I will tell from experience that this has worked for me - On March 6, I tested with a blood sugar of 292 with medication. Within a week of making the dietary changes my fasting blood sugars were within the normal range of 68-99, with medication. I recently added in exercise and have been released from one of my diabetic medications. My diet is vegan, raw, mostly green and I am loving it. I wish you well - sometimes strict is necessary to get the change started, and as you move around, then decide what you can add or not, and see how your body reacts. Time will tell.

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CETANISTAWI 4/12/2014 4:11AM

    Real foods: yes. But we are omnivores, not herbivores. At least, I am. Good luck to you.

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DS9KIE 4/12/2014 1:45AM

    bet he is right

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SUSANBEAMON 4/12/2014 1:27AM

  i don't trust doctor diets. if they have published a book, i trust them even less. diet will help you control type 2, if you follow your diet completely. research has shown that for some people with type 2, losing lots of weight will put the symptoms in remission. but one size does not fit all, no matter what it is.

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ARTJAC 4/12/2014 1:27AM

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RD03875 4/12/2014 1:17AM

    Sorry but eliminating dairy is not good for me. I would rather discuss something with my Dr. First before going with someone I've never heard of before. May be good for some but not for everyone!

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2HAMSDIET 4/11/2014 11:07PM

    I know years ago that Dr. Dean Ornish found in his research that type 2 could be reversed. The diet was also limiting .

Dr Ornish is a heart surgeon.

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MERRYMARY42 4/11/2014 10:07PM

    if it only was possible

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DONNABRIGHT 4/11/2014 8:47PM

    Not sure I could stick with it!

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1CRAZYDOG 4/11/2014 8:15PM

    I happen to be type 2 and I think no matter WHAT style of eating you choose for yourself, the bottom line is to listen to your body with any changes you make. Either it works . . . or it doesn't. IF it doesn't, then you plan again and evaluate. I do believe for me, there are definitely things in my diet which were TOTALLY reactive and not good for me. Did I like 'em? Heck yes! BUT was it worth eating that food and feeling lousy??? NO NO NO.

It is an individual choice, of course. There is no "one size fits all", but I would rather experiment by eliminating potential problems foods. This does seem like a bit of a radical change from the usual eating pattern people hav, but again, the worst that can happen is it won't work.

One caution I would give is NEVER change your pattern drastically when you have diabetes (or any other disease/syndrome for that matter) without discussing it first with your health care provider so you can be monitored. And YOU have to be dedicated to self-monitoring as well.

I have not specifically followed his diet, but I do concentrate on G-BOMBS (greens, beans, onions, mushrooms, berries and seeds. I do have limited meat, chicken and fish, but it is minimal. That took me from a blood sugar of 330 in the beginning (Jan, 2010) to my current average of 85. Not bad if I do say so myself!

Thanks so very much for this information.

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HAPPYMOM8 4/11/2014 7:52PM

    Sounds easier to me than dealing with Diabetes.
Diabetis is rampant in my family and I don.'to want any part of it!


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SANDRALEET 4/11/2014 7:30PM

    If it sounds to good to be true it probably is I followed to much to be fouled again

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