For years we’ve been told that diabetes is a chronic disease that can’t be cured. However, that is not the case.
At the end of the day, it comes down to 3 easy steps.
- Eating a low carb, ketogenic diet
- Fasting for 20 hours a day
- Ensuring you get enough fat-soluble vitamins like Vitamin A, D, E, and K.
STEP 1: Removing all carbs from the diet.
Carbs raise your insulin, which causes your blood glucose level to spike. An easy way of preventing this is to simply cut out all carbs.
Instead, try and consume 70% of your calories from good healthy fats. Products like, butter, coconut oil, lard, avocado, and fatty fish.
This will put your body in a state of ketosis. Ketosis is when your body starts burning fat for energy instead of glucose. This will allow you to maintain good blood glucose levels for long periods of time.
Also, cut out all vegetable oil from your diet, vegetable oils are terrible for your health. Vegetable oil is a toxic poison. Avoid it at all costs.
STEP 2: Fast for 20 hours a day
Fasting has so many health benefits. Fasting improves metabolism, lowers blood glucose levels, and reduces inflammation. But the reason I like fasting is that it is the way our bodies were designed to function.
When humans were hunting animals, they didn’t have the privilege to eat 3 to 5 meals per day. They would kill an animal and feast. They would eat a huge meal and then they might not have caught an animal for the next few days.
Do you see where I’m going with this? Humans aren’t designed to eat multiple times per day. By fasting, you’re fueling the body the way it was supposed to be fueled.
STEP 3: Getting all your fat-soluble vitamins.
Fat-soluble vitamins are especially important since they can only be absorbed through fat. This shouldn’t be a problem for you since 70% of your diet is fat.
For vitamin A you should eat some liver. Liver is packed full of vitamin A. You’ll only need to eat liver once or twice a week and you’ll get more vitamin A than 90% of the population.
Vitamin D is a vitamin that almost all people are deficient in. The RDA for vitamin D is only 800IU, while the human body can produce up to 100 000IU per day.
A safe bet is to be in the sun for at least 30 minutes per day. In addition, I’d probably take a high potency vitamin D rub. Simply drop a few drops on your stomach and rub it in. Also, try and take your vitamin D after you eat a high-fat meal.
I won’t go much into Vitamin E and K since they are pretty easy to get from meat and dairy.
So in conclusion, eat little carbs, fast and get all your fat-soluble vitamins. Implement all of these things into your diet, you will see results.