“Reversing Type II Diabetes by Implementing a Whole Food Diet & Lifestyle Changes”

“Reversing Type II Diabetes by Implementing a Whole Food Diet & Lifestyle Changes”

Erin Chamerlik, MS, MT (ASCP) will be discussing current information on type 2 diabetes, a disease that has doubled over the past 15 years. The Centers for Disease Control estimates one in…



colonyofcells del machine says:

Since high carb unprocessed plant diet (small amounts of animal products or
zero by using vitamin b12 supplement) has more micronutrients, is more
familiar, tested longer in traditional diets with longevity, this is
probably worth a first try. Ketosis is the body’s back up system when there
is no food like famines and we have to burn our fat reserves, so it is less
familiar & less tested for long term use. Health of Dr Richard Bernstein on
long term ketosis is worth watching & I’m curious.

ted scott says:

Do you also agree on eliminating white rice and potatoes? I read Stone, 180
degree health, his posts related to restistant starch, and especially RS3
(cold rice/potatoes) make a lot of sense.

Erin Chamerlik says:

I believe in “eating to the meter” as described in the webinar and
discussed by Jenny Ruhl and Chris Kresser. If your blood sugar stays below
140 and 120 at 1 hour and 2 hours post meal, then maybe you can eat it.
Seems like most people with blood sugar dysregulation won’t be able to
tolerate this addition.

Erin Chamerlik says:

This is not low fat. That’s the beauty of the science, eating fat from
natural sources like coconut oil, olive oil, macadamia nut oil, olives,
avocado, grass fed meat/dairy/eggs – is the key to balancing blood sugar.
Yes fruit is healthy in general, if you have the kind of metabolism that
tolerates the sugar. Many people with diabetes, who wish to reduce or
eliminate medications will use their glucose meter to determine the amount
of fruit that their body can manage well.

azerea02 says:

30% is not “low” fat. Try more like 10% or less! This is what we’re
teaching in university now? 0-3 servings of fruit?? Since when is zero
fruit consumption considered healthy? This is so depressing.

sampa roy says:

hey hey! Have you thought about – Snidate Diabetes Secret System (should be
on google have a look)? Ive heard some amazing things about it and my buddy
got cool progress with it.

Bikash saha says:

Oh hai! Have you explored this – the Curesal Rapid Diabetes Reversal
program (do a search for it on GOOGLE)? Ive heard some far out things about
it and my GF got wonderful changes in glucose meter readings from it.

TSC x says:

Just listening to this now THANK YOU SO MUCH ERIN for a lucid and
comprehensive session. I think it is as important to get the attitude right
in every eating plan, what i liked about your discussion was it came across
more that you want us to listen to our bodies rather than be restrictive.
thank you again :)

Lina Geren says:

Best video!

Jay M says:

Low-fat, high-carb, minimally-processed, plant-based diets can work well
for many.

Ila D. Maes says:

When you’ve got Type 1 diabetes, You could radically decrease or even
completely remove your need for insulin

ExquisiteKinkyCoils says:

FANTASTIC VIDEO! The part about glucose levels rising due to lack of sleep
is an under exposed factor of weight gain. I’ve noticed the differences
between weight from receiving 7-8 hours sleep to less than. 

Lula A. Gregoire says:

With common treatments, diabetes will never be cured permanently. The good
news is there is a tested scientific technique to treat diabetes naturally

Holly N. McCabe says:

I feel worried about constantly checking blood levels as the former
diabetes sufferer thought I would die with diabetes

mousumi akhter says:

Alright there! Have you heard the talk about the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal
Protocol? (just google it) I have heard some awesome things about the
results in lowering Blood sugars and my mate got amazing Glucose
measurementsafter trying it. 

Deborah Simmons says:


Eva Budai says:

People cure diabetes with carbohydrate! Start eating like 12 bananas for
breakfast! 700 g carbohydrate per day. And what happens? Sugar comes down,
medication ends up in the bin. They watch the fat because they know as soon
as they add fat to the diet it will raise bloodsugar depending on how much
fat they eat. Carbohydrate is the fuel for the cells not something eveil

Liz Torres says:

But didn’t Walter willet himself say there is zero proof that omega 6 fats
are inflammatory? Why quote him for the fat statement and then go against
thus other statement?

Carol Bailey says:

>>>>>>If all you so called experts who don’t know shit and are not doctors
just wanna be nonsense which makes me want to vomit want to do something
to help type of diabetics,thanks….

keehotee says:

What a joke -30% of calories from fat is considered “low fat”!!!???

Type 2 diabetes is one of the easiest diseases to eliminate with
nutritional therapy. A whole food, plant-based, diet is nearly always
successful. This shameful disinformation presented here is a major
disservice – carb restriction is unhealthy and dangerous.

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Annie Stewart says:

With traditional medicine, Diabetes will be a lifelong condition.
Traditional medicine “fights” Diabetes through drugs that treat the
symptoms of the disease, but never deals with the root cause of the problem.
In fact, doctors acknowledge they have no idea WHAT causes Diabetes — but
here is a prescription for some drugs anyway. (sound familiar?)

John Ranieri says:

*Shedding pounds can improve blood sugar levels and help keep type 2
diabetes under control. And you don’t have to lose a lot of weight to make
a difference. If you already have type 2 diabetes, losing just 10 to 15
pounds can lower your glucose levels.*

Tito V says:

LOL! A lot of these comments are pictures of beautiful/sexy women. WTF is
up with that? SPAM obviously. I enjoyed the pics though! Ha!

Lawrence Murphy says:

Saturated fat invades the body’s cells and disrupts the making of the
enzymes which allows the insulin to use the receptors to allow the glucose

Janet Collins says:

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Angela Evans says:

>>>Fruit does require Insulin I have Type 1 Diabetes, so I know exactly how
much Insulin is used for various foods, But a whole plant-based diet
greatly increases the body’s ability to use Insuline so It require>>>>

Stephanie S. Tuten says:

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