A group of 45 medical societies is calling for bariatric surgery to become a standard treatment for diabetes.1
Until now, this procedure was a last resort for weight loss. It involves stapling, binding, or removing part of the stomach. It costs an average of $14,500 and insurance usually doesn’t cover it.2
About 17% of patients have complications. These include nutrient deficiencies, infections, internal bleeding, and intestinal blockages.3
Besides surgically modifying a person’s intestines, mainstream doctors commonly offer another treatment for diabetes. They prescribe drugs. Lots of them. Many patients are on four or more medications just for their diabetes.4
A Better, Safer Way to Fight Diabetes
There is a better, safer, and cheaper solution. To understand the best way to control diabetes, you need to understand what causes it.
When someone has diabetes, they can no longer process glucose (sugar) in the blood. They have too much glucose and not enough insulin, which is the hormone that metabolizes it. Glucose is the breakdown product of carbohydrates.
The best way to get rid of the glucose is simple: Eat less of it.
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A low-carbohydrate diet allows you to lose weight while keeping glucose levels low. And replacing pasta, rice, corn, potatoes, and other high-carb foods with protein fights hunger. Proteins are the most naturally satiating foods.
Researchers writing for the journal Nutrition last year found nearly 100 studies showing that low-carb eating curbs diabetes.5 Here are main findings of the review:
- Low-carb diets reduce high blood glucose, the main feature of diabetes.
- Carb restriction reduces or eliminates the need for diabetes medication.
- Eating fewer carbs has no side effects.
- Low-carb diets are easy to stick to because people don’t feel hunger.
We’ve long recommended a type of low-carb eating called the Paleo Diet. Studies show it not only lowers blood sugar, but it reduces inflammation, helps you maintain muscle, lowers cancer risk, and improves sleep.
5 Basics of the Paleo Diet
Here are the Paleo diet basics:
- Eat protein at every meal. The best sources are organic eggs, wild-caught salmon, pastured chicken, and organic, grass-fed beef, pork, and lamb.
- Lower carbs by swapping out grains for leafy green vegetables.
- Add healthy fats including avocado, olive, and coconut oils.
- Eliminate added sugars and dairy other than grass-fed butter.
- Eat plenty of nuts, seeds, fruits, and non-starchy vegetables.
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In Good Health,
Executive Director, INH Health Watch