Type 2 diabetes has for years been regarded as chronic and permanent. It gets worse, its progressive and has a bad prognosis. It requires more and more medication. People with this disease have a shortened lifespan and chronic ill health. They suffer from heart disease, vascular disease, retinopathy (blindness), kidney failure, neuropathy (nerve degeneration, pins and needles and loss of feeling), chronic pain, dementia and increased rates of cancer.
Current treatments are palliative, that is treating symptoms without dealing with the cause of the condition.
In many cases type 2 diabetes can be reversed with a low carb diet eating fresh whole foods. Diabetic medication can be reduced or stopped. In most cases blood pressure medication will be reduced and long term complications of diabetes can be minimised.
You can take charge of of your health.