How to reverse type 2 diabetes – the video course!

Here’s a real treat, something we’re very proud of. The first part in the series How to Reverse Diabetes Type 2, our new video course with Dr. Jason Fung.

Can type 2 diabetes be reversed? Sure – it’s a completely reversible disease. But amazingly it’s usually treated as if it is a chronic disease that should get worse with time – with insulin and other drugs for life.

The result? Short term complications (like further weight gain) and long term complications (like amputations and dialysis). Misery.

There is a better way. The disease can be reversed with a proper dietary change. There’s already lots of free information at Diet Doctor on how to do it. But in this video guide we make it as simple as possible – even entertaining – to quickly learn everything you need.

Watch the first part above. The rest of the course, and much else, is available for members (free trial one month). Watch it here:

How to reverse type 2 diabetes – the video course

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The course continued

The Essential Problem with Type 2 Diabetes - Dr. Jason Fung
How to Reverse Diabetes Type 2 – Dr. Jason Fung
How to Reverse Diabetes Type 2 – Dr. Jason Fung

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How to reverse type 2 diabetes (older free guide)

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5 comments

  1. Tammy Schrader
    I'm a 49 year old menopausal women who is overweight. My insulin levels are at 17 and Yes I have insulin resistance but I'm not on medication. I've dropped my A1C down from 6.7 to 6.4 since last year. I'm due for a new test soon. I've dropped 10 pounds but I'm still at 309 pounds. I get frustrated because I've tried changing my diet and my husband is the one losing weight. I do not understand the Keto Diet much less intermittent fasting. I've tried to fast but wonder if I'm doing it right.
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  2. Nitin joshi
    Dear Doctor,
    I am from India.After going through your blogs and information on your portal I had started intermittent fasting.I had been type 2 diabetic since last 8 years.My question is after starting fasting I had dropped wight from 68 KGs to 62 kgs.However I find that my sugar level keeps on fluctuating.And I do not see that much fat reduction around waist.Could explain me this ?My email address is "nitin.arvindnj@gmail.com"
    Best regards.
    Nitin Joshi.
  3. Phil McCrevis
    Tammy:

    Search Google for "Valter Longo" and his "Fasting Mimicking Diet." I'd also suggest searching for his interview with Ari Whitten and listen/read about the Fasting Mimicking Diet and their views on "Nutritional Ketosis" diets.

    Good luck.

    Phil

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  5. Deborah Hopper
    I have had type 2 diabetes since 1997, I have been on oral medications that made me sick for years so I elevated to taking insulin I started off with 60 units 3 times a day, my weight was 369, I ask my doctor about diet the gave me a diet of a 140 carbs per day as I tried that diet I started feeling bad I developed nerve damage in my feet, so I changed my diet to HFLC and I lost 69 lbs, I starting lowering my insulin dosage to 10 units 3 times per day and I maintained the 69 lbs weight- loss but now I am re-gaining weight I am currently moving up to 320 0n the scale my feet hurt, I recently saw my doctor she say I have hyperthyroid and my A1c has went from 6.0 to 8.0, I have been doing keto since Feb. 2018 the first 2 weeks was great I lost 15 lbs, but the weight- loss has been slow road is there something I am doing wrong, I have tried fasting sometimes I haven't been doing this very long.
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  6. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    I have had type 2 diabetes since 1997, I have been on oral medications that made me sick for years so I elevated to taking insulin I started off with 60 units 3 times a day, my weight was 369, I ask my doctor about diet the gave me a diet of a 140 carbs per day as I tried that diet I started feeling bad I developed nerve damage in my feet, so I changed my diet to HFLC and I lost 69 lbs, I starting lowering my insulin dosage to 10 units 3 times per day and I maintained the 69 lbs weight- loss but now I am re-gaining weight I am currently moving up to 320 0n the scale my feet hurt, I recently saw my doctor she say I have hyperthyroid and my A1c has went from 6.0 to 8.0, I have been doing keto since Feb. 2018 the first 2 weeks was great I lost 15 lbs, but the weight- loss has been slow road is there something I am doing wrong, I have tried fasting sometimes I haven't been doing this very long.

    I'm sorry, that does sound frustrating. You may wish to try a reset using our two week challenge. If your A1C has gone up that much, something is definitely going on. Please work with your doctor to see if you need to adjust the dosage of any of your medication.
    https://www.dietdoctor.com/low-carb/get-started

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