TYPE 2 DIABETES AND KETO

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Improve, Prevent or Reverse Type 2 Diabetes with Keto

It might seem crazy that there is another option – other than pharmaceuticals – that can help with diabetes. The Ketogenic Diet has been proven to help ease the symptoms of diabetes and improve your blood sugar and insulin.

Type 2 diabetes is caused by several contributing factors, but the main cause is the inability to properly respond to insulin. You can be at risk for Type 2 diabetes if you:

  • Carry too much excess body fat
  • Have high blood pressure or cholesterol
  • Have a close family member with type 2 diabetes
  • Have previously had gestational diabetes

The Ketogenic Diet, allows your body to repair its insulin by taking the added stress off the body that a high carb diet can cause. The Standard American Diet (SAD) is full of refined carbohydrates that spike your blood sugar and can lead to:

  • Obesity
  • Heart disease
  • Fatty liver disease
  • Increased risk of cancer
  • Impairment of memory and cognitive health
  • Premature aging

Maintaining proper function of insulin through a reduction in dietary carbohydrates such as the Ketogenic Diet is very important as insulin regulates how the body uses and stores glucose and fat.

One study done on patients with Type 2 Diabetes on a Ketogenic Diet led to diabetes medication being discontinued or reduced in most participants. So if you’re insulin-resistant, or you suffer from symptoms of high blood sugar, like headaches and fatigue, then a Ketogenic Diet might be right for you.

To sum things up, a Ketogenic Diet can not only help you lose weight and feel great, but it can improve your blood sugar, insulin, and has the potential to reverse Type 2 diabetes.

You don’t have to miss out on your favorite food. There are tons of low-carb alternatives to make Keto a walk in the park. Subscribe to get your FREE Keto alternatives list, and never miss exclusive information about the Ketogenic Diet and how it can change your life!

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