Do you know someone with Type 2 Diabetes?

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Or do you have Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 Diabetes can be reversed by removing excessive consumption of sugar and starchy carbohydrates, which result in so much glucose in the blood that the body is unable to cope.

Sadly the official dietary recommendations are in direct conflict with this strategy which includes:

‘starchy foods such as potatoes, bread, cereals, rice, pasta should make up about one third of the food you eat’

Medications and insulin do nothing to slow down the progression of organ damage, because they do not eliminate the toxic sugar load form our body.

Plus medications come with a whole load of nasty side effects too.

While there is no doubt that some people with type 2 diabetes do need medication, diet and lifestyle have to be changed too.

A diet which emphasises real, nutrient-dense food is key.

It features meat and fish, vegetables and fruits, nuts and seeds and some starchy plants like sweet potatoes.

Rachel and myself will be available for questions and answers at my free launch on Tuesday 11th April 2017 at Carlton Colville Methodist Church, 6.30pm

Please come along, there will be Kick Start food available to try and Kick Start recipe books to look through and purchase

Categories: diabetes, Diet, Fitness