Starving Diabetes

Have you been told you are insulin resistant? Or at risk of developing type 2 Diabetes? Check out the 3 steps we have for starving diabetes, improving your health, and increasing energy levels!

Maybe you have noticed your weight creeping up a bit each year and your doctor has warned that you are at risk of becoming diabetic. You’ve tried diets and weight loss programs, but nothing sticks for long and you have become insulin resistant.

Recent evidence points to the fact that type 2 diabetes is diet-related and the need for insulin may be reversible. The You 2.0 Wellness APP is full of information that will support your discovery and learning including activities about:

  • Cooking with healthy fats
  • Choosing sugarless beverages
  • Keeping a log of food intake and sleep

The You 2.0 Wellness APP was created to guide you on the path to the formation of healthy, supportive, and nourishing habits.

Do you want to know more about how the daily support and encouragement from our wellness APP can help promote healthy life changes?



3 Steps For Starving Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes accounts for over 90% of diabetes cases and is synonymous with insulin resistance and metabolic syndrome. The over-saturation of sugar causes the body to produce more and more insulin. Eventually, increased amounts of insulin are required to convert glucose into energy, until the body becomes insensitive or resistant to the effect of insulin on glucose. This results in an excess of both insulin and glucose in the body.

Knowledge of the practice of starving type 2 diabetes is becoming more widespread in the medical community.

As you act to starve diabetes, you will notice the following benefits:

  • Fewer cravings
  • Greater alertness
  • Reduced lethargy
  • More regular and natural bowel movements
  • Increased energy
  • Higher performance during physical activity

1. Pay Attention to What You Eat

The first thing we need to do is engage our curiosity. Be a detective and gather information about what you are currently eating.

  • Read labels and discover the facts about what you are eating every day
  • Find out the carbohydrate content of your diet - all carbs convert to glucose
  • Educate yourself about healthy fats that will support and nourish your body
  • Discover satisfying ways to replace the sugary drinks
  • Search, try and collect low carb and keto recipes

While you gather information and begin to make changes, keep a journal of everything that goes into your mouth. There are lots of great apps for this if you prefer something portable and easy!



2. Discover the Power of Fasting

Japanese cell biologist, Yoshinori Ohsumi won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his work on fasting and a process called autophagy. Put simply, fasting might be the most effective way for your body to take out the trash. It is also an effective way to reduce glucose levels and support weight loss and health improvement.

There are many types of fasting but here are a few of the most common for those new to the concept of fasting:

  • 16:8 – You get in all your meals within 8 hours and fast for the remaining 16 hours. This pattern of Intermittent Fasting is typically practiced daily, or almost daily.
  • 20:4 – You eat all your meals within 4 hours and fast for the remaining 20 hours. Those following this cycle tend to eat either one meal or two smaller meals during the feeding window.
  • 24-hour – You can choose to fast from dinner to dinner, or from lunch to lunch. Basically, this method only allows you to eat once a day. Generally, this fasting pattern is incorporated two to three times a week.

3. Choose Happy Health Moments

Researchers from Harvard Medical School report that good relationships are the most critical factor for health, happiness, and longevity. We all have heard the adage that the wealth of your 5 closest relationships is a strong predictor of your own wealth. Now we have medical research saying that your closest relationships are a credible predictor of your health, happiness, and longevity.

Make your journey a social one! The more you share with your friends, the more learning, discovery, joy, and purpose you will have. Tell others about your healthy and happy moments and learn about theirs for shared experiences of self-awareness, education, and discovery.


Tap into the Power of an App Created to Support the Formation of New Habits

We all need support when we are making significant life changes. To find out more about You 2.0 Wellness App and how it can help you achieve this goal, call us today at 403-460-6961 or fill in our online contact form.


Share This Post:

Related Posts

Contact Us

Questions? Comments? Call us today at 403-460-6961 or fill out the form below:

Have Questions? Call Us Today At

Call Us