UPDATE: HOW TO CURE DIABETES 2

Today’s post is an update on my progress to cure Diabetes 2. I was unsuccessful on this program but continue to pursue my goal to cure/manage my Diabetes 2.  I began my journey to cure my Diabetes 2 on July 5, 2016.  I successfully followed the program for two weeks. By week 4 I had given up and given in, accepting that this was not the program for me.  I firmly believe that if I had persisted with the program, Blue Heron Guide to Beat Diabetes, I would have achieved success.  However, my determination was not stronger than my inability to resist hunger pangs every two hours including waking up mid-night with hunger pangs.

Therefore, I have determined that I will incorporate some of the components of this program into my daily lifestyle.  I love the morning fruit smoothies, continue to reduce my intake of carbohydrates and severely limit my intake of sugar,  white flour and white rice.  I now include bread and white potatoes in my diet in limited amounts.  I am still fighting the hunger pangs, but no longer during the night.

Another change I am making in my daily lifestyle is increasing the frequency of meals, quantity of fruits and vegetables in my diet and reducing the size of  meal portions.  I have also heeded the recommendation to cook at lower temperatures. I would love to hear from others who have tried this program; your successes and challenges. I am also adding a minimum of 15 minutes of walking daily to my regime to cure my Diabetes 2.I have also been seeking tasty and different recipes for vegetables and include one here. Click image to receive recipe.
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WEEK TWO: HOW TO BEAT TYPE 2 DIABETES

 

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As promised I have kept a weekly journal of my progress on this, my program to cure  my Type 2 diabetes.  This program, Blue Heron Guide to Beat Diabetes, requires a 2-4 week diet of 20 grams carbohydrates daily.  Day One was very easy for me.  I did not experience any hunger pangs and easily stayed on program.  Day Two also went well.  However on Day Three I became hungry about an hour before lunch time.  I ate some Macadamia nuts [which are allowed]. In early afternoon once again I was hungry.  I ate the left-over half of my morning smoothie.  On Day Four I had one-half smoothie about an hour before lunch, had a large salad with meat and maintained well until dinner.  About an hour after dinner I was hungry again.  Now I was beginning to be concerned about my ability to stay with the program. I had a glass of water and a cup of cinnamon tea.  That got me through that day.  On days five through seven, since I knew what to expect, I included small snacks mid-afternoon and just before bed.  I also increased my intake of water as this seemed to reduce feelings of hunger.  Hooray!  I made it through Week One and lost five pounds in the process.

I am now on day two of Week Two.  I am maintaining my commitment to the program.  I find that eating large salads improves my ability to avoid hunger pains.   My blood sugar reading was 108. See you back here next week for an update on Week Two’s challenges and successes.

You can still join me on this journey.  You have nothing to lose but weight and may gain an extended life span. Smile

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