How to Cure Type 2 Diabetes Through 10 Lifestyle Changes

Looking for how to cure type 2 diabetes?  In my clinic in the San Francisco bay area, I have coached my patients with type 2 diabetes how to stabilize their blood sugar.  I want to share the 10 key lifestyle changes that has been part of my diabetes treatment for years.  If you follow them consistently, you could cure your diabetes.

Before I give you the 10 lifestyle changes, I want you to understand the basis of this method for curing diabetes.  Studies have shown that lifestyle factors play a prominent role in the development of chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes.  So, what is the roadmap for the curing diabetes and other chronic diseases?  Lifestyle changes.  The National Institutes of Health (NIH) indentified therapeutic lifestyle changes as the most effective method for influencing diabetes.  In other words, a healthy lifestyle is the most effective method towards resolving type 2 diabetes, not prescription drugs nor just some natural substance alone.

Here’s the 10 lifestyle changes for improving your blood sugar.  If you diligently follow them, you could see results within as little as 30 days.

1. Always eat breakfast containing some proteins, fat and carbohydrates within 30 minutes of waking up.

2. Eat at least 9 servings of dark green leafy and brightly colored fruits and vegetables each day (1 serving of vegetables is about the size of a baseball, before cooking). To practically achieve 1 and 2, make nutritious smoothies using a powerful blender.

3. Don’t have coffee first thing in the morning before breakfast.

4. Exercise half hour to an hour a day, 5 or 6 days a week, preferably in the morning.

5. Eat small, frequent, healthy, well-balanced meals and snacks about every 3 hours throughout the day.

6. Drink at least 1/2 ounce of water per pound of your body weight daily.

7. Have 2 to 3 bowel movements each day (if you do 1 to 6 regularly, this will naturally happen).

8. Keep a stable temperament and a positive attitude.

9. Get 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night and get to bed by 10 pm at night.

10. Take herbs and supplements that help stabilize blood sugar, such as momordica charantia (more commonly called bitter melon), gymnema sylvestre, fenugreek, bilberry, cinnamon, vanadyl sulfate, chromium picolinate, zinc, manganese, magnesium, selenomethionine and vitamin D.  Get a professional to help you with dosages.  He or she might even be able to recommend specific brands.  Be careful about poor quality ones.  They won’t work as well, and they might have substances that might be harmful for you in the long run.

Do the above over the next month.  If you will, I would love to hear how you did.  If you have questions, before, during or after applying these lifestyle changes for curing type 2 diabetes, contact me.  Contact me by calling me at (650) 394-7470 or by filling out my contact form.