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Most people don’t understand how much is known about managing and reversing diabetes. Doctors continue to prescribe band-aid treatments and people reconcile their future to having no other options and no solutions. Some physicians recognize the absolute importance of nutrition in diabetes management, but there are varying approaches and different ideas on what the best approaches are in dealing with this lifestyle disease. In printed materials and online searches, diabetics are given information that is not only counterintuitive to their condition but also intentionally damaging to encourage them to kick the can down the road. Some recipes for foods include sugars, refined sugars, and foods that convert into sugar that all have hugely negative impacts on these individuals, yet the recipes are proclaimed to be safe and acceptable.
Diabetes has traditionally been measured by testing and only a few decades ago, people primarily suffered from Type 1 diabetes. We now have Type 2 diabetes, which is far more prevalent and has been found in even young children. As pharmaceutical companies compete for more share in preventable lifestyle disease management through prescription medications, new categories have surfaced to include gestational diabetes and prediabetes. Alzheimer’s Disease is now being referred to as Type 3 diabetes by some physicians.
The solution to diabetes is not a prescription medication, although, for some who are unable or unwilling to make dietary changes, it may seem like the easier path to follow. At Hansen Health Solutions, we know that simple and effective changes to the diet can lead a person on a path of healing and reverse diabetes. We work with individuals to give them the nutritional guidance they need to reduce the use of medications and overcome diabetes. Our team works with individuals on not only formulating specific nutrition recommendations but also does shopping trips, meal planning, help you understand how certain foods affect your blood sugar levels and how to remedy foods in the diet that are problematic.
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