Type 2 diabetes can sometimes be reversed through lifestyle changes such as eating a healthy diet, regular exercise, and maintaining a healthy weight. These changes can improve insulin sensitivity and help the body use insulin more effectively, which can lower blood sugar levels and improve overall health.
Specifically, a low-carb, high-fat diet (ketogenic diet) has been shown to improve blood sugar control, weight loss and improve the function of insulin in people with type 2 diabetes.
It’s important to note that while lifestyle changes can be effective in reversing diabetes, they may not work for everyone. Also, it’s crucial to work closely with a healthcare professional, such as a primary care physician, endocrinologist or a dietitian to ensure that any changes made to your diet and workout routine are safe and suited for you.
It’s also important to note that type 1 diabetes is not reversible, it can only be managed with insulin replacement therapy and other medication.
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