Dr. Fung’s Quick Start Guide to Diabetes Reversal

Dr. Fung is a nephrologist and huge advocate of intermittent fasting. He has an article over at DietDoctor that you may find interesting (link below). Beware: at the link you will find an accurate photo of a gangrenous foot that you may find nauseating or disturbing.

I see gangrene in the hospital once a month. It’s one of the things that keeps me motivated to help PWDs (people with diabetes) learn to conquer diabetes.

Another caveat. If you take drugs that have the potential to cause hypoglycemia, you may indeed suffer life-threatening hypoglycemia if you drastically cut back on sugar and other refined carbohydrates. You better know what you’re doing.

Dr. Fung writes:

“Once we understand type 2 diabetes, then the solution becomes pretty bloody obvious. If we have too much sugar in the body, then get rid of it. Don’t simply hide it away so we can’t see it. There are really only two ways to get rid of the excessive sugar in the body.

  1. Don’t put sugar in [nor refined starches]
  2. Burn it off

That’s it. That’s all we need to do. The best part? It’s all natural and completely free. No drugs. No surgery. No cost.”

Source: How to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes – The Quick Start Guide – Diet Doctor

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One response to “Dr. Fung’s Quick Start Guide to Diabetes Reversal

  1. Richard S Stone

    Dr. Fung knows what he is doing. The “program” works.

    Is there a problem? Yes there is: And it is precisely because IF doesn’t cost anything, so no big company makes any serious money from it. Thus the idea of fasting and IF is not promoted with the same energy and happy smiles and images that we see in paid advertisements, etc. Instead of sexy girls and videos of them exercising in a bikini we get real people solving their problems.

    And there is no magic (or magical thinking) involved.

    It just works and doesn’t cost anything. As Dr. Fung points out, fasting actually saves money in terms of not buying food… and there are fewer dishes to wash. It’s all good.

    Richard

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