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The Top 6 Best Foods for Type-2 Diabetics

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Type-2 diabetes has been rife in the adult population in the western world for many years, but recently we have seen a dramatic increase in the number of children being diagnosed with Type-2 diabetes. In addition to this, countries which have previously been said to have some of the healthiest populations, like China, are catching up to America in terms of their diabetes statistics.

Fast food chains, processed and packaged food companies, and the pharmaceutical industry have either played a role in or are cashing in on this health crisis. However, we have the power to either reverse or prevent type-2 diabetes. We can choose to put good food in our mouths and we can choose to move our bodies in a healthy way.

Here are the top 6 foods that should be in a type-2 diabetic’s diet:

Katherine Tudsbury

Katherine Tudsbury is a Nutritional Therapist focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. Katherine became interested in Nutrition after struggling with her own health problems throughout her teenage years and ultimately discovering that dietary and lifestyle changes can completely change ones quality of life. She obtained her Diploma in Nutritional Medicine from The University of West London and started Innate Health in 2011, offering Nutrition and Lifestyle consultations focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. She also obtained two certificates from the Cape Institute of Allied Health Studies, in Anatomy and Physiology and in Patho-Physiology.

Katherine Tudsbury

Katherine Tudsbury is a Nutritional Therapist focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. Katherine became interested in Nutrition after struggling with her own health problems throughout her teenage years and ultimately discovering that dietary and lifestyle changes can completely change ones quality of life. She obtained her Diploma in Nutritional Medicine from The University of West London and started Innate Health in 2011, offering Nutrition and Lifestyle consultations focusing on the prevention and cure of chronic, metabolic and degenerative diseases and weight management. She also obtained two certificates from the Cape Institute of Allied Health Studies, in Anatomy and Physiology and in Patho-Physiology.

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Maria Moan
Maria Moan 5pts

What we have is type 1, unfortunately. When Maria was a baby and for the first time in coma, the doctors didn't find anything better than to start the insulin. And that was a "goodbye" to her pancreas.... After a years we learned that of the treatment was different, we could have been spared of the disease, But right now we have no answers beside of the insulin. After a years of learning controversial information, I started to believe that official medicine purposely creates patients, turning everyone to depend on doctors and pharmaceutical companies. The question is- why do WE believe the people who can't help themselves?

Ayurveda
Ayurveda 5pts

Thank You Allison Moss-Fritch

Madhu Budhu
Madhu Budhu 5pts

Sir meeru Jena hitullu Maa busy life loo mee tips challa help avtai

Smita Patil
Smita Patil 5pts

Turmaric, Blue Berries, Green vegitables, cinamons, avacados n fish