When I discuss "diabetes reversal" ... I'm talking about type 2 diabetes, the kind that is associated with being overweight or obese. ... Second, when I talk about "diabetes reversal," I'm talking about trying to put the diabetes into remission, meaning that the blood sugar levels are normal without diabetes medication. In other words, the disease is undetectable.
Third, if the diabetes is too far advanced or if you have been on diabetes medication for too long, the diabetes might not be fully reversible, or may quickly relapse.
Fourth, it takes hard work and sacrifice to master the eating and exercise strategies that reverse the diabetes. I can show you the way, but I can't make you do it. You have to want it badly enough to make it happen.
I suspect that 75% to 80% of people with type 2 diabetes can potentially reverse their disease to the point of full remission. These remissions can last for years. Perhaps lifelong remissions are possible!
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