The One Thing You Should Do Now To Reverse Prediabetes Naturally
Prediabetes can be reversed naturally by removing just one ingredient from the diet.
A person with prediabetes has high blood sugar, but not high enough to be diabetic, according to the CDC. Typically prediabetes is defined as having a fasting blood sugar 100-125 mg/dl, or a hemoglobin A1C of 5.7-6.4%.A prediabetes diagnosis is a precursor to type 2 diabetes, but there are also other health issues that come into play. Symptoms of prediabetes usually include:
• Tired and moody
• Unusually hungry
• Frequent urination
• Digestive issues
• Blurry vision
• Dry mouth and eyes.
Prediabetes Can Be Reversed Naturally
What’s really happening is a breakdown in the assembly line of organs that usually work together toward keeping your digestive functions working optimally. Put simply, once one organ isn’t able to do its job. the other organs become affected. In the case of prediabetes the malfunctioning organ in question is the liver.
According to the journal Diabetes Care, prediabetes is caused by non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which is believed to be the most common chronic liver disease in industrialized countries. Whether we realize it or not, the liver, as the filter of the body, ultimately bears the burden of our toxic environment though your diet.
Fatty Liver Disease Is A Diet Related Condition
Fatty liver is primarily caused by a diet high in animal protein and processed foods. Therefore, the first thing you’ll want to do when faced with a prediabetes diagnosis is reevaluate your diet. Diet is the main reason prediabetes can be reversed naturally. That being said, reevaluating your diet is the most empowering position you can take to regain your health.
“ Sixty-one percent of what Americans eat is processed food, even on commercial diet plans. Processed foods contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs), additives, colorings and ingredients that many of us can’t pronounce or digest. These foods are toxic and they’re one of the many reasons you may be hanging on to weight.” (EAT! – Empower. Adjust. Triumph! Lose Ridiculous Weight)
In re-evaluating your diet take notice of how many foods you consume that come from a box, a can, a jar, a package or carton. These foods are processed foods, high in fat, and they’ll need to be replaced with a whole food, plant-based alternatives, such as highly nourishing low fat foods like fruits and vegetables.
When The Liver Gets Fat You Become Deficient
A fatty liver isn’t something that happens overnight. It is years in the making. When the liver becomes fatty, so to speak, it is unable to store B12 and other essential vitamins and minerals and thus, you’ll begin to see deficiencies. A fatty liver will not be able to neutralize plastics, pesticides and other toxins we encounter every day, which leave us with more internal toxicity. A fatty liver is unable to release glucose as a backup for the pancreas, which is why you’ll see more hypoglycemic reactions.
Most importantly, a fatty liver is unable to properly filter the blood, contributing to blood readings showing high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and ultimately leading to heart disease.
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