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Old 10-01-2017, 17:11   #1
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Anybody who has ever try to reverse DMT2?


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it depends on what you mean.

I was 396BG blood pressure off the charts and many symptoms of diabetes

I was diagnosed in March 2016 and at the moment I keep my BG between 75 - 90 and I am not on any medication and I see a doctor twice a year (between March and December I saw the doctor 6 times)

I personally consider myself having reversed my diabetes.

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The term 'Reverse' suggests to me to find a cure....if that is your question the answer is NO! But, if your goal is to take control of the disease so that it does not progress and eventually be the primary cause of death, then the answer is an astounding YES!

Before I provide more detail, please confirm you definition of Reverse....!

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I am also one who is not a big fan of the term, "reversed" simply because I know without a doubt if I were to stop living a LCHF/KETO lifestyle, my diabetes would return to previous levels.

Instead, I prefer the term, "remission" as is used in a report by the International Diabetes Federation for guidelines.

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And to answer the original question. My ongoing goal (commitment) is Diabetes remission.

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Well I managed to lose a lot of weight fast after diagnosis in 2010 and now my doctors have signed me off with no need for regular check ups.

So remission, reversal, regression.... whatever I've done has worked for me.

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This is good to hear, how are you doing now

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