Prediabetes, and Type 2 Diabetes.

Treating the root cause of the disease, instead of the symptom is the key. Eliminate all refined carbohydrates to reverse obesity, prediabetes, and type 2 diabetes.

Obesity, Prediabetes, and Diabetes Type 2

Obesity, Prediabetes, and Diabetes Type 2 are associated with most of the diseases of modern society (cardiovascular/cerebrovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease). These are all metabolic dysfunctions related to the malnutrition of overconsumption which leads to metabolic inflammation, or metal inflammation. The best way to reverse diabetes is to not get diabetes in the first place… Continue reading Obesity, Prediabetes, and Diabetes Type 2

What Did You Have For Dinner?

If type 2 diabetes were an infectious disease, it is said we would be in the midst of an epidemic. This problematic disease is striking an ever-growing number of adults, and with the rising rates of childhood obesity, it has become more common in youth, especially among certain ethnic groups. The good news is that… Continue reading What Did You Have For Dinner?

Are You Pre-Diabetic? How Can You Tell?

Of all the chronic diseases currently known to mankind, diabetes is the most common. The onset of diabetes starts years before it becomes full-blown and starts affecting one’s health. How can you know if you are on the path to being a full-blown diabetic? What can you do to arrest and reverse this process? In… Continue reading Are You Pre-Diabetic? How Can You Tell?

Metabolic Inflammation As A Cause Of Insulin Resistance

In previous articles, I have discussed the role of metabolic Inflammation in obesity and diabetes. Today, we will narrow down to the specifics of what insulin resistance is, its effects and how metabolic inflammation increases the chances of one developing it. What is Insulin resistance? Approximately 30% of Americans, and up to 50% in the… Continue reading Metabolic Inflammation As A Cause Of Insulin Resistance

>1:3 Americans Are Prediabetic Most Don’t Know It

Prediabetes is reversible, it doesn’t have to progress to diabetes. If you have prediabetes, you should know you are definately not alone. In 2015, it was estimated that 84.1 million Americans age 18 and older suffered from this condition. That is a whopping 1 in 3 Americans! Being prediabetic doesn’t mean you will certainly develop… Continue reading >1:3 Americans Are Prediabetic Most Don’t Know It

What are Market for Developing Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes

Understanding the risk factors that could lead to prediabetes and diabetes type 2… • Weight: Being overweight (have a body mass index—a BMI—of higher than 25), increases your risk for developing prediabetes. This is especially true if you carry a lot of extra weight in your abdomen. The extra fat cells can cause your body… Continue reading What are Market for Developing Prediabetes and Type 2 Diabetes

Most Patients With Prediabetes Don’t Know They Have Prediabetes.

What are indications that you might have diabetes or prediabetes? Diabetes develops very gradually, it could take up to several years. It follows that when you’re in the prediabetes stage, you may not have any symptoms at all. You may, however, notice that: • you eat a standard American processed food diet or • you’re… Continue reading Most Patients With Prediabetes Don’t Know They Have Prediabetes.

Prediabetes is a “Pre-Diagnosis” of Diabetes

Are you pre-diabetic? How can you tell? Can it be ignored?? Of all the chronic diseases currently known to mankind, diabetes is the most common. The onset of diabetes starts years before it becomes full-blown and starts affecting one’s health. How can you know if you are on the path to being a full-blown diabetic?… Continue reading Prediabetes is a “Pre-Diagnosis” of Diabetes

Why Treat Obesity and Prediabetes

Why Treat Obesity and Prediabetes | Reverse Diabetes MD from Gurpreet Padda on Vimeo. It’s important to treat obesity and prediabetes before diabetes can develop because obesity is the leading indicator in developing diabetes. Data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey reveals that only 12.2 percent of American adults are metabolically healthy.  Eighty-six… Continue reading Why Treat Obesity and Prediabetes