Diabetes lifestyle changes for a new life
Solving Diabetes Type 2 in 27 Days is a book I had been dying to read. I had spent many years trying to manage my health and blood sugar, to no avail. When I saw that this book covered the science of a non-inflammatory lifestyle to prevent and control diabetes, I knew it contained the information I needed for my pre-diabetes risk factors.
Right out of the gate, Robert Redfern did not disappoint. Concerning diabetes, he stated:
“The fact is that diabetes is a 100 per cent lifestyle condition caused by eating bread, pastry, cookies, breakfast cereals, pizzas, white rice, high sugar foods, potatoes, parsnips, sugary drinks, and pasta.”
Would you believe that this was the first time I had heard this information explained before? Of course, I had always listened to my doctor about cleaning up my diet to manage blood sugar, but I was given very little direction. I tried to read about diabetes diets on my own, but again, the information was unclear.
I have always thought myself a healthy eater, but Robert Redfern made it plain that carbohydrate-rich foods in my diet were causing the problem. I had to give up my love of unnatural foods, including dairy, if I wanted to remedy my health condition.
The book provides a simple solution as to why diabetes is fast becoming a modern health epidemic:
“Anyone who avoids these unnatural foods and supplements with the missing nutrients does not suffer from diabetes.”
Unnatural foods and missing nutrients are issues I am all too familiar with, both for myself and my family. I have seen many loved ones struggle with this dangerous condition – as Robert Redfern calls diabetes, a “silent killer.” His book states that a diagnosis of diabetes is unacceptable, especially with age. This dangerous disorder and fifth-leading cause of death can cause numerous related health conditions and complications.
Solving Diabetes Type 2 in 27 Days
provides hope for rehabilitation and potential long-term recovery in just 27 days.
DIABETES HAS A “CURE”
I greatly appreciated Robert Redfern’s book because it gives a full picture of diabetes as a health issue, along with a 10 step rehab plan. The book begins by exploring diabetes, hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, the pancreas, the liver, and insulin.
The three main types of diabetes are covered: type 2, type 1, and gestational diabetes, along with secondary diabetes.
Robert Redfern makes it clear that his book addresses type 2 diabetes, diagnosed in up to 90 per cent of cases. Type 2 diabetes differs from type 1 diabetes since the pancreas can secrete insulin, but cells are not able to utilize this hormone. This is called insulin resistance. In comparison, type 1 diabetes is diagnosed when the pancreas can no longer produce insulin. Robert Redfern cautions that his rehabilitation plan should only be used by type 1 diabetics under the care of a health professional.
Through his rehabilitation plan, Robert Redfern provides hope of a “cure” for diabetes with the following explanation:
“Cure is a medical term, and medicine does not offer any cures. However, everything has a cause. Take away the cause, apply the science of a non- inflammatory lifestyle, and your body will be able to repair itself with a little bit of help.”
What I took away from this is that it is totally possible to renew your health if you are willing to make the changes. Since diabetes is an inflammatory lifestyle condition (referring to type 2), there is great hope in making lifestyle changes. Robert Redfern’s sensible plan gives the body the critical nutrients it is missing to regenerate health and sustain recovery through new lifestyle changes.
As an important note, Robert Redfern points out the genetic paradox of diabetes. Many people mistakenly believe diabetes to be a death sentence if it runs in the family; I have long felt the same way about my heritage. The book explains that while it is possible to inherit genetic risk factors for type 1 diabetes, both diet and viral infections have serious impact on the development of the disease. Genetics can also influence type 2 diabetes, but lifestyle modifications can help to avoid the condition altogether.
Remember: “Type 2 diabetes is related to poor lifestyle choices. Type 2 diabetes can be improved and even ‘cured’ by improving upon these choices.”
DIABETES REHABILITATION: WHERE TO BEGIN
If you’re anything like me, you will be chomping at the bit to begin on your diabetes rehabilitation plan after reading this book. If your health is already poor, Robert Redfern’s Diabetes Type 2 Rehabilitation Plan will point you in a new direction.
The health plan covers how to:
1. Clear inflammation, balance blood sugar, and promote healing.
2. Strengthen the immune system.
3. Supplement missing nutrients.
4. Drink enough water.
5. Avoid unnatural foods.
6. Eat really healthy foods.
7. Walk and move daily.
8. Breathe properly.
9. Stimulate acupressure points.
10. Get out into the sun as much as possible.
Truly, there is hope for a debilitating condition like type 2 diabetes. I know this after reading the book and putting the rehabilitation plan into practice. I can tell you from personal experience that these lifestyle changes are never easy, but they are rewarding. As Solving Diabetes Type 2 in 27 Days promises, it is almost impossible not to see a change in your health after putting Robert Redfern’s plan into practice.