Diabetes Types – Can Diabetes Be Cured?

The first thing to understand is that Type 1 diabetes (often called juvenile diabetes) and Type 2 diabetes (often called adult-onset diabetes) are two completely different diseases. In Type 1 diabetes, due to the body’s inability to produce insulin, injections of insulin must be administered daily.

In Type 2 diabetes, the body often makes adequate insulin but the insulin is not able to be used properly (due to insulin resistance), causing yet more insulin production and more insulin resistance.

Gestational diabetes and “pre-diabetes” are Type 2 diabetes. Type 1.5 LADA (Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults) is essentially Type 1 diabetes that appears in adulthood.

Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia have been called Type 3 diabetes because of a shocking correlation between insulin and brain cell deterioration.

At the time of this writing, there is no permanent cure for diabetes, either Type 1 or Type 2. Some people, even medical professionals like Dr. Jason Fung, use the term “cure” for diabetes, with the meaning “to relieve (a person or animal) of the symptoms of a disease or condition.” However, a permanent cure would mean that a diabetic could go back to their pre-diagnosis way of eating without the consequences of elevated blood glucose, glycation of hemoglobin, and hyperinsulinemia. And that just doesn’t ever happen!

So even though it’s very possible, as evidenced by thousands of diabetics, to reverse the symptoms of diabetes, without diabetes medications or insulin, to a normal A1C, daily blood glucose, and fasting insulin levels by eating a specific diabetes dietary protocol, the symptoms of diabetes will most certainly return if the patient does not continue the way of eating that “cured” them. For life! Or until Jesus comes, and that is the only real cure for diabetes!

For more details and documented references, see the following articles:

Diabetes Types

Reversing Diabetes

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