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Diabetes Diet Plan — What Is Best for Type 1 Diabetes?

abril 30, 2018

As soon as you employ this process you start to see that you’re able to eat much larger quantities of carbohydrate coming from fresh fruits and fresh vegetables for smaller insulin use I’ll repeat that more carbohydrates for less info and we just got back from one of our retreats we hold these retreats a couple of times per year and it’s an opportunity for people with type 1 diabetes type 1 and a half diabetes pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes to come together and learn about the power of low-fat plant-based whole food nutrition for significant improvements in insulin sensitivity it would cause multiple of these retreats before and every single time we’re able to promote a significant improvement in blood glucose values a reduction in insulin use and a reduction in insulin sensitizing oral medication and we do it using the power of food now in our latest retreat we got a total of 14 people living with diabetes seven of whom were living with insulin dependent diabetes now in this article we’re going to go to detail about the results that each one of these people achieved in improving their insulin sensitivity in as little as four days that’s right we arrived on Thursday we’re there all day Friday all day Saturday all day Sunday you go home on Monday and you would think to yourself well in four days how much positive change can you really get in improving your insulin sensitivity take a look below at the results that each one of our influenza pendant diabetics achieved now let’s go in a little bit of detail here and understanding what is insulin sensitivity in the world of low carbohydrate nutrition what you’ll be told over and over and over again is that the only thing that matters is how much insulin you’re using per day that’s why all the literature out there is showing you how to minimize your carbohydrate intake so that you can minimize your insulin use in the world of insulin sensitivity however your insulin use is just one variable the other variable which you have to take into account is your total carbohydrate consumption insulin sensitivity is defined as your total carbohydrate intake divided by your total influences in a span of 24 hours and in this mastering diabetes retreat what we do is we teach people how to migrate towards a low-fat diet because as soon as you achieve a low-fat diet then the amount of carbohydrate that you can consume that your body can tolerate that your digestive system and muscles and liver can metabolize starts to go up so that means less fat more carbohydrate so as soon as you employ this process you start to see that you’re able to eat much larger quantities of carbohydrate coming from fresh fruits and fresh vegetables for smaller insulin use I’ll repeat that more carbohydrates for less insulin now our first retreat attendee attended the retreat eating 150 grams of carbohydrate in her previous diet and she’d used a total of 88 point two units of insulin which means that her 24-hour insulin sensitivity was about one point seven during the retreat we instructed her to increase your carbohydrate intake while reducing her fat intake she was able to consume an average of two hundred and fifty seven grams of carbohydrate and her insulin used fell to fifty eight point six units for a 24-hour infant sensitivity of four point four so you can see that Kirt change in influence sensitivity over this four-day period was two hundred and fifty eight percent this is what happened in the first four days imagine what happens as soon as she returns to her normal life and continues this approach her insulin use is likely to continue falling and her carbohydrate intake is likely to continue increasing and she controls her blood glucose with more and more precision now our second attendee increased her insulin sensitivity by a total of three hundred and nine percent and she did this by increasing her carbohydrate intake only by about fifty grams per day but as you can see her total insulin use went from 50 units per day all the way down to 22 units per day so what that means is that she’s eating more carbohydrates but she cut her insulin use in half in only a four day period and as a result of that her influence Timothy increased my total of three hundred and nine percent the third person increased her carbohydrate intake from an average of about two hundred grams per day all the way up to about three hundred grams per day and in this process she also cut her insulin use by 50% you can see he or she started out using a total of sixty units per day divided about in half between basil and bolus and reduced it all the way down to thirty units per day as a result she increased her insulin sensitivity by a total of two hundred and ninety nine percent our next attendee increased her carbohydrate intake by twofold in other words she started to eat double the amount of carbohydrate that she ate when she previously came two hundred and eight grams versus about a hundred and ten grams previously as a result of that her insulin use fell from forty three point six units per day all the way down to twenty seven point six units per day giving her an increase in her total insulin sensitivity of about one hundred and sixty two percent this gentleman increased his carbohydrate intake from 275 grams per day all the way up to four hundred and twenty-two grams per day and in the process he was able to cut about eight units of insulin off of his standard baseline of thirty seven units per day what that means is that his insulin sensitivity went from a seven point four all the way to a fourteen point four which is a change of about a hundred and ninety-three percent our next attendee increased her carbohydrate intake by about 50 percent she went from about a hundred grams per day to about one hundred and forty two grams per day now you’ll notice here that her insulin use actually slightly went up and the reason for that is simple before she came to the retreat she was using only basal insulin zero bolus units per day in the retreat we showed her how to decrease her basal use of insulin and in the process she found that she needed a little bit more bolus insulin so her total insulin use actually climbed from eighteen units per day to about 23 units per day despite that slight increase in her insulin use her insulin sensitivity still went up so in the first four days she noticed about a hundred and eleven percent increase in her insulin sensitivity so you can see in each of these situations how adopting a low-fat plant-based Whole Foods approach make significant changes in a very short period of time now each of these attendees has gone back to their life has gone back to their daily routine but done so by changing the food that they’re eating and changing their movement patterns according to what they learned while at the retreat what you’re looking at here is just the tip of the tip of the tip of the iceberg because this four-day period for a lot of these individuals is just a launching point into a brand new lifestyle that leads to improved in some sensitivity over the course of time now we like to talk about the fact that this is just biology we understand the biology of diabetes and insulin resistance better than most people and as a result of that simply by integrating a low-fat plant-based Whole Foods approach we can see dramatic differences in a short period of time that then lead to dramatic differences in the long term now whether you’re interested in participating in a coaching program showing up to one of our retreats or just doing this on your own the world is your oyster keep in touch with us let us know how we can help you and we hope that we can get the same results for you that you saw for all their other retreat attendees thanks for listening [Music]

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