Could there be a natural cure to diabetes? Many natural health seekers are looking for an answer to this question. Here we list some options to limit or reduce the need of insulin while your body tries to fight against diabetes. To fight diabetes naturally, follow this 30 day diabetes cure plan. Healing your diabetes is as much about changing your lifestyle as it is about rebuilding your health. It’s about learning how your food choices impact your body’s natural process. It’s about understanding the ways in which our consumer culture, our advertising-driven media, and our profit-inspired medical system all work against you in your quest for health and well-being.
If you‘re going to take The 30 Day Diabetes Cure challenge, then the first thing you need to do is make the commitment to free yourself from the chains that hold you back from a healthy and balanced life. The honest truth is, there’s no room in this plan — or in any life lived to the fullest – for risky and self-defeating behaviors that sabotage your own best efforts, whether or not you are aware of them.
If you want to stay out all night partying, if you want to smoke and drink and eat whatever you feel like eating without thought to the consequences, if you want to sit on the couch like a slug, chained to your pack of cigarettes and the damage all this excess is creating in your body then this plan is not for you.
If, on the other hand you are ready to do what ever it takes to get back to a natural life of harmony and emotional balance eating the foods that support your good health, enjoying nights of restful sleep and physically active days, looking forward to a spry old age of enjoying your grandchildren, then be prepared to kick the cigarette habit along with the junk-food habit, the soda habit, the overeating habit, the couch-potato habit.


The first 10 days are the most important 10 days of the 30-Day Diabetes Cure plan. This is the strictest stage of the plan. During the first 10 days, you‘re going to go “cold turkey” the diabetes-causing foods, beverages, and bad habits that have been making you sick and threatening your life. For the next 10 days, you won’t be consuming any sodas, sugary beverages, fruit juice, candy, or refined carbohydrates (including breakfast cereals, chips, cookies, ice cream. and energy bars). You’ll also abstain from bread, rice, potatoes, pasta, whole grains, and baked goods. N0 beer, wine, or alcohol of any kind. You won’t even eat any fruit. And you’ll eat no restaurant meals of any kind.

Before you freak out, know that you will be eating three regular meals a day, plus two healthy snacks (whether you feel like having them or not!). Rest assure you‘ll never feel hungry during this initial period — or ever — on The 30-Day Diabetes Cure plan.
You‘ll be enjoying a satisfying variety of delicious and filling foods, from meat, fish, and poultry to dairy, eggs, veggies, and cheese. Plus, your withdrawal from the diabetes-causing foods will be gradual over the next 10 days and you’ll be able to reintroduce many foods (though not all of them) in Phase Two.
During Phase One, you’ll also re-learn an essential skill, one with which you were born: how to distinguish between true hunger and mere appetite, the latter being a psychological desire for certain tastes.
lf the cold-turkey approach to quitting certain foods seems harsh, let me explain why many patients have found this to be the quickest, most effective way to halt the progression of diabetes and start reversing it:

Your body needs time to recondition. We human beings are creatures of habit. And the older we get, the stronger these habits become — sometimes taking on a life of their own. lf you’re accustomed to curling up on the couch and munching an after-dinner snack while watching TV, your mind and body will come to expect this night after night. Many of our urges and habits are triggered by our subconscious and we generally obey them without question.
Saying no to the list of diabetes-causing foods for the next 10 days will break one of your enduring habituated patterns. It will also weaken your dependency on (and sometimes even an addiction to) certain strong flavors, whether it’s sweet, salty, greasy, gooey, or alcoholic. While it maybe challenging for the first few days, these bad patterns will diminish relatively quickly. With determination and commitment during these initial days, you’ll find yourself in charge of your subconscious habits and urges, instead of the other way around. And like many of my patients who have worked with this plan, you‘ll discover that this gives you tremendous confidence to keep moving forward.
Most importantly, Phase One will change you internally. That‘s because every night, during the eight hours you sleep, your body’s biochemistry becomes a clean slate, returning to what we call “baseline.” It’s as though every morning you’re given a new chance. Your goal in Phase One will be to maintain this baseline state by keeping taboo foods out of your systems.


You’ll break the vicious “carbohydrate craving” cycle. Eating bad carbs creates the desire for more, and by eating more, you continue the cycle over and over, like an endless feedback loop. This isn’t just a psychological phenomenon. It‘s actually very physical. You see, when you eat a food that quickly breaks down into glucose – as all simple carbohydrates do – your pancreas triggers an insulin spike to quickly remove the sugar from your bloodstream. So, first you get a jolt of energy from simple carbs, but this is followed by an equally strong valley of fatigue and hunger all over again as your bloodstream and brain chemicals actually crave more carbohydrates.

Your blood sugar will normalize. Cutting out these bad carbs during Phase One will relax the near-constant demand you’ve been placing on your pancreas. This means its insulin-producing beta cells can take a much-deserved vacation from being overworked. Quitting simple carbs will also re-sensitize your cells to insulin so they‘ll need less of 0f it even if you have Type I and take insulin injections. If you have Type 2 this re-sensitization will start to reverse the insulin resistance in your cells. And that means your doctor can lower your dose of medication.


You’ll lose weight without trying. Before Phase One, when you fed your body all that glucose in the form of simple carbs, your body couldn’t use it all, Anything extra was turned into fat and stored on your belly and hips. Eliminating bad carbs from your diet will not only halt the fat-storage process, but can reverse it. Without a constant supply of glucose-producing foods, your fat cells will be forced to release their contents back into the bloodstream where they’re reconverted into fuel for energy. That’s why, by the end of Phase One, many people on The 30-Day Diabetes Cure experience a loss of between two and six pounds. And that’s without dieting,
You‘ll be surprised how quickly these 10 days move along. And while the first few days may seem challenging, once you get beyond them, the rest of The 30-Day Diabetes Cure is relatively easy. As your food cravings drop away, everything gets a lot easier.
During these first few days, if the going gets tough, I urge you to return to this website and re-read the description and benefits of Phase One. It will remind you of the importance of these first 10 days and firm up your resolve.


Phase two is a bit like being a newborn in an incubator, where you’re relatively safe from temptations and distractions that can undermine your progress. Once you’re able to eliminate your cravings for bad carbs and other diabetes-provoking foods, you‘ll gradually reintroduce many of the foods you‘ve come to enjoy — but in healthier versions You’ll be able to eat bread and baked goods, pasta, pizza, potatoes, rice, fruit, and dessert. But no restaurant food just yet.


The goal of Phase Two is to re-educate your taste buds so you actually enjoy and desire meals and foods that heal your diabetes. All meals are based on the flavorful, brilliantly-colored Mediterranean Diet, perhaps the healthiest way of eating on earth. The emphasis is on plenty of fresh produce, including the most luscious vegetables; tummy-filling whole grains, beans. and legumes; succulent fish and healthy meats; flavorful olive oil and monounsaturated fats; heavenly nuts and fruit; and moderate amounts of fresh eggs and dairy foods.


Phase Two will also introduce you to the specific vitamins and supplements that have been shown to be especially helpful for people with blood sugar problems.


Because uncontrolled stress is particularly bad for people with diabetes, you should de-stress your nervous system and de-activate the hormones cortisol and adrenaline with stress releasing exercise like swift walk, yoga, swimming and deep breathing.
You’ll also notice an acceleration in your weight-loss. By the end of Phase Two, most people lose between eight and 15 pounds – again, without even thinking about dieting or weight loss. If you‘re like others who’ve employed this plan, you’ll begin to notice that your clothes fit better. In fact at this point, many people are able to slip into outfits they haven’t been able to wear for years.
But more importantly, your weight loss is confirmation that you‘re well on your way to reversing Type 2 diabetes and insulin resistance. In addition to losing weight, people who have Type I should be able to significantly reduce their insulin dosage (with their doctor’s permission, of course).


After 20 days on The 30-Day Diabetes Cure, you’ll be ready for the real test: The outside world and its relentless enticements to eat and drink as you once did. After spending almost three weeks inside a “bubble” of protection while you learned to replace the foods and beverages that harmed your body with those that can help and heal you’ll be well prepared to snub the seductions.
During Phase Three, you should learn to conquer the biggest temptations a person with blood sugar irregularities must face. Come up with strategies for surviving dinner parties, restaurants, travel, gas stations, airports, the food court at the mall – and even fast-food menus. Remember those two daily snacks? They’re an integral part of moving into Phase Three.
Think of this as your “advanced training.”

Always remember that some people sabotage their progress in phase three, so you should avoid these pitfalls altogether.

Your help in this phase is in special nutritional supplements that can help elevate you to the next level of natural glucose management — and possibly even support and repair your damaged beta cells.


If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with diabetes, insulin resistance, or metabolic syndrome, quit smoking immediately. Smoking can put you on the fast track towards this deadly disease and all its complications.

If you have somehow missed the last 30 years of clinical studies and medical research and public service media campaigns and new laws protecting nonsmokers’ rights– and you continue to smoke….we are just not sure how we can help you heal your diabetes unless you quit now.

That‘s because we can hardly expect you to be able to make the kind of commitment that healing your diabetes and restoring your birthright of good health and longevity will require by following The 30 Day Diabetes Cure…,if you insist on negating that effort every time you puff on a cigarette.
Quite frankly, with every cigarette you smoke, you are shutting the door on any chance of healing your diabetes…. because diabetes increases your risk of heart disease by some 400%…… and if you smoke, you‘re already there.
NOW is the time to take matters in hand. If you are serious about healing your diabetes, then you have to be serious about your good health, and the absolute first thing you have to do is commit to quitting smoking.


Within 20 minutes of your last cigarette, your blood pressure and your pulse rate will go down, and circulation to your hands and feet will improve. Within 24 hours, your heart begins to repair itself. In another 24 hours, your nerves will begin to repair themselves. In a couple of weeks your lung power will improve, your ability to take a walk around the block will improve, and your potential lifespan will have increased dramatically.

Unfortunately, nicotine withdrawal is more than unpleasant; it‘s almost impossible to withstand. According to the American Cancer Society less than 10% of smokers are able to quit without some kind of assistance. Your dependence on this drug — and its connection to dozens of social triggers that prompt you to keep smoking – ensures the cigarette manufacturers a lifelong customer base (though those individual customers have a shorter lifespan than nonsmokers).

Quit today, and you will feel irritable and impatient. You may be hostile or anxious. You’ll have headaches and difficulty concentrating; you may feel depressed or have trouble sleeping. Your heart rate may go down, but your appetite will go up, and your metabolism is going to take a while to recover its ability to naturally burn energy before it turns into fat.
You‘ll want to smoke every time the phone rings….every time you have a cup of coffee… “every time you drink a beer….every time you watch television, or get in the car, or finish a meal or run into a buddy at work or out and about. And you won‘t get much support from your co-smokers, either.


We strongly urge you to get the support you need to make your transition from smoker to nonsmoker easier. There are “stop smoking” helplines, websites, support groups and counselors


In just 30 short days, you’re going to transform your mind, your body, and your biochemistry. You’ll go from being sick, feeling tired all the time and relying on multiple medications…to being a “younger,” stronger, leaner, healthier, and more energetic human being. How will you change? Let me count the ways…..
1. Right off the bat, starting with Day One, this program begins to reverse your cells, insulin resistance, the root cause of Type 2 diabetes.

2. You’ll discover a wide variety of delicious foods and non-strenuous physical activities that actually increase your cells, sensitivity to insulin.

3. Your pancreas won’t be flogged into producing as much – insulin and this alone will protect the health and longevity of your beta cells, as well as your entire body.

4. This improvement naturally leads to weight loss as your cells begin to empty out their stored fat, using it for energy.

5. Less sugary glucose in your arteries means they won’t be so inflamed (the number-one way heart disease develops). And by consuming more antioxidant-rich foods and supplements, you’ll begin to heal the damage that past inflammation has caused. Result’? In addition to healing your diabetes and insulin resistance, you‘ll also be reversing the process of heart disease… Alzheimer’s…. and quite possibly cancer at the same time.

6. Less fat in your bloodstream will make your blood platelets less sticky, which can dramatically improve your circulation. At this point, more oxygen-rich blood and nutrients are reaching the tiny capillaries in your eyes, your brain, and your extremities All of this greatly reduces the underlying problems that lead to the most horrific complications of diabetes – vision loss, dementia, and Alzheimer’s, plus the horrible amputations that are so common when insulin and glucose are out-of-comrol.

7. Better circulation and nutrition also means mare energy gets delivered to all parts of your body. As a result, you’ll feel better…..have more energy…. and find you’re more lighthearted because the “happiness neurotransmitters” in your brain will be getting fed.

Bingo! In a relatively short time, your metabolism will be acting “normal” again, just as long as you don‘t go back to the crazy foods and lifestyle that triggered your disease in the first place. It’s actually that simple and straightforward.


By the end of this thirty days program, you may not be completely free of diabetes but you will be well on your way and absolutely grounded in the Diabetes Healing Lifestyle that can conquer Type 2 and reverse insulin resistance, while normalizing your blood sugar and hormone balance.
Those of you with Type 1 should find your need for supplemental insulin significantly reduced as your body bccomes better able to utilize insulin. Best of all, your risk of nasty diabetic complications will be dramatically reduced.


We strongly urge you to seek your doctor’s help and support in implementing this program – especially if you’re on any medication. Never discontinue any medicines without your doctor’s approval. If you’re self-administering insulin, your blood sugar reading will be your best guide as to the dose you need But always advise your physician of your progress.
Many doctors are skeptical of the power of natural healing, nutrition, and lifestyle modifications, so be sure to explain everything you’re attempting on The 30-Day Diabetes Cure to your physician. Your success could open his or her mind and perhaps even trigger a significant change in the way your doctor treats diabetes as a result. (Wouldn’t that be nice?)