A Type 2 diabetes diet is working for those WITHOUT diabetes
As retired health educator of 30 years I would like to pass on some of my mistakes that may help someone lose weight. Also I would like to pass on some new information on why a diabetic diet works to lose stubborn weight. If you do not have diabetes you can lose stubborn belly fat and pounds on a Type 2 Diabetes diet.
One of my mistakes in the early years was the belief that calories were all that mattered with weight loss. This is not true, there are people who do not eat a lot of food and still cannot lose weight.
How a Type 2 Diabetes diet is works for non diabetics
The answer lies in Blood sugar, originally it was believed blood sugar was a problem for diabetics alone but recent research has revealed differently. If you have belly fat or weight that does not come off with dieting it could be blood sugar related. What Science discovered is that you can have a “normal blood sugar level” and still have weight gain from blood sugar. In fact almost all who cannot lose weight have a blood sugar problem. What is the best way to lose weight? Following a blood sugar correction diet has been overweight people a normal body weight.
A Filmmaker’s Diabetes diet was tested on Non Diabetics who were overweight with normal blood sugar, the results surprised researchers, after only 2 months the non diabetics lost significant fat around the belly. It is clear that Blood sugar holds the fat around the middle that is so hard to lose. The best way to lose weight may be to follow a healing diabetic diet. Blood sugar is responsible for almost every ailment in the body. As the chemical damage from processed foods are reversed there is a healing of blood sugar and a lose of stubborn weight. See here http://spirithappy.org/wp/new-type-2-diabetes-diet-cure/
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