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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Can the Effects of Type 2 Diabetes Really Be Reversed?

By Murphy O'Toole

There has been a recent breakthrough in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, that could significantly impact the lives of those diagnosed with the condition, particularly those recently diagnosed. The number of people effected by type 2 diabetes has been steadily increasing in recent years, largely because of the changing eating habits of many of us. In the UK alone, 2.5 million people are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and the recent findings will be most welcomed by all affected.

The pancreas produces a chemical called insulin, which regulates the body's blood sugar levels. Type 2 diabetes can develop when the body does not produce enough insulin or the insulin that is produced is ineffective in breaking down the glucose within the blood. If this is the case, glucose can build in the bloodstream and have serious consequences on health.

However, researchers at Newcastle University recently discovered that people who had been recently diagnosed with the condition had the chance of reversing its effects under a strict, eight-week diet that consists of a daily intake of just 600 calories; less than 25% of the recommended daily allowance of an adult male. The two month long diet consists purely of liquid diet drinks and vegetables with minimal starch content.

The research was carried out on 11 participants, all had been diagnosed with type diabetes within four years of the research. Of the eleven participants, seven were completely clear of type 2 diabetes within three months. These figures were quite staggering and give new hope for people diagnosed with the condition, particularly those recently diagnosed.

After the strict, eight-week course of dieting, blood sugar levels would return to safe levels. After just one week, pre-breakfast glucose levels had returned to a safe level in most participants. After three months of the diet, participants could return to eating normally, under a new regime of portion control and balanced diet. Under these constraints, type 2 diabetes could be kept at bay, adding weight to the argument that weight loss and a balanced diet help to prevent diabetes in many cases.

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