What is Type-2 Diabetes? and How to Reverse it Naturally


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Diabetes Type II occurs when the body becomes unable to handle glucose (sugar), which builds up to dangerous levels in the blood.

Usually when we eat food, the food is digested and the complex carbohydrate part is broken down into simple sugars, most of which is glucose. Glucose or blood sugar enters the blood stream. The body requires a certain amount of glucose for short-term energy for immediate use, but the excess is stored in the liver or muscles as long-term energy/glycogen for use at a later time. The Pancreas produces Insulin. Insulin is responsible for ushering blood glucose from the blood into cells to be stored as energy. However, in Diabetes Type II, the insulin does not do its work resulting in an excess of glucose in the blood stream.

According to the Centers for disease control and prevention (2000), disrupted glucose metabolism can lead to long-term health risks such as: heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, blindness, kidney disease, amputation, dental disease and death.


Normal Level

levels range from 65-99 mg/dl (3.6-5.5 mmol/liter).

Pre-Diabetes Level

fasting blood sugar levels ranges from 100-125 mg/dl (5.6-6.9 mmol/liter) after an 8 hour fast.

Diabetes Level

a diagnosis of diabetes is usually made when a blood sugar test is consistently above 126 mg/dl (7.0 mmol/liter) after an 8 hour fast.

There are two categories of diabetes:

  • Water Diabetes (Diabetes Insipidus – bland or insipid urine) known as:
  • Sugar Diabetes (Diabetes Mellitus – honey-sweet urine) known as:

Central, Nephrogenic, Gestational, Dipsogenic

Type 1, Type 1.5, Type 2 and Type 3 (Alzheimer’s disease)


The classical symptoms of diabetes type II are:

  • polydipsia (excessive thirst),
  • polyuria (excessive passage of urine), and
  • polyphagia (excessive hunger).

Other symptoms include but aren’t limited to: weakness, fatigue, tingling sensation in extremities, blurred vision, dry and itchy skin, unusual weight loss and darkness on body folds of neck, arms etc and both sides of cheeks (Acanthosis Nigerians).


Studies conducted by James Anderson, M.D., Professor of Medicine at the University of Kentucky concluded that a strong relationship to fat—both fat in the diet and fat on the body causes diabetes. The disease is rare in areas of the world where fat intake is low and obesity uncommon. - p. 53, Health Power

Diabetes Type II is caused by a 65% high-fat diet—fat in the diet and fat on the body.

Excessive fat and high protein intake in the diet from animal sources will promote diabetes. Foods high in fiber, whole, plant-based foods will protect against diabetes.


  • Animal Products are the highest source of fat in the diet. Avoid all flesh and its by-products (cheese, ice cream, milk, butter, etc.). If one so desires to use milk, non-harmful milks can be made from a variety of nuts (i.e. almonds, cashews, etc.) Recipes for nuts, grains, bean loaves and more can be found in the following cookbooks: It’s All Good, Ten Talents, The Optimal Diet, Of These Ye May Freely Eat, Give Them Something Better and Encyclopedia of Foods and Their Healing Power vol. 3.
  • Use in moderation, Pink Himalayan Sea Salt with potassium, iodine and trace minerals will support your endocrine system, which includes your pancreas and slows the infusion of glucose into your bloodstream.
  • Fats. Especially for diabetics, it is important that you have natural plant-based fats (nuts and seeds, except peanuts, on bread) at the end of a meal, to sustain the glucose levels until the next meal. However, do not overdo on these fats.
  • Stop use of all oils in the diet even the good ones like olive or coconut oil should be avoided while cooking or on salads.
  • Sweeteners. There should be no free use of any natural or artificial sweeteners (honey, splenda, agave nectar, sweet n’low etc.). It is important also to stay away from dates and all dried fruits as sugar content is high. Avoid all forms of juices, whether natural or processed. Research shows that 1 tablespoon of grape juice elevates the blood sugar by10 points. So when an individual drinks 1 glass of grape juice, this will elevate the glucose level by an additional 160 points.
  • Caffeine and alcohol. Please stay away from all alcohol (vinegar), green tea, chai tea, black tea, sweet tea, lipton iced tea, coffee, decaf tea, white tea.
  • Fiber. All Refined items, such as white rice, white bread, etc. cause a rapid increase and fall in blood sugar levels and therefore should be avoided. Use more complex carbohydrates found in whole foods, which also contain more fiber such as whole grains, millet, buckwheat, quinoa, brown rice, all forms of beans, lots of green leafy vegetables and fresh fruit. Studies show that dietary fiber supplements did not have the same effect as plant-based whole foods diet. This also applies to lowering total cholesterol levels.


Flax seeds: 2 tablespoons freshly grounded daily (diabetes/high blood pressure/ cholesterol/memory loss)

Pumpkin seeds or Sunflower seeds: eat 1 handful twice daily

Lecithin granules: use 1 tablespoon with meals – this dissolves fat and is also useful of high blood pressure/cholesterol)

Artichokes, String beans, Prickly pear lowers blood sugar

If at night/morning your blood sugar level drops below 80mg%, eat a piece of fruit (orange); otherwise only two meals --breakfast and lunch-- per day are more desirable than three. If your blood sugar level is less than 140mg% be cautious when taking the medication; because your blood sugar levels can drop below the normal ranges.


Exercise: PLEASE NOTE: Before starting an exercise regimen, consult your physician. It has been shown that 1 hour of continual walking, is essential to reversing Diabetes Type II. As a diabetic, when you go walking, you must take a whole fruit with you. If you experience any symptoms of low blood sugar (headache, trembling, lightheadedness, anxiety, nausea, etc.) than you can start to eat that fruit to increase the blood sugar levels. If you feel that you cannot walk for one hour straight, just start walking as much as you can.

  • Every hour of continual walking is equivalent to 20 units of insulin. If you want to double the amount of insulin in the body, walk for 1 hour twice a day. Once the diabetes is reversed, the walking can be broken up into maintenance walks of two thirty-minute sections.
  • Fat buildup around the cells prevents glucose from entering the cells that make up your muscles and tissues thus leaving too much sugar in the blood stream. Walking for one hour daily as well as digestive walks help to prevent the fat buildup around the cells, thereby enabling insulin to put glucose into the cells for storage, which will be released as energy later on when you need it. Your digestive walk is extremely helpful: It is very important to walk casually for 15 to 30 minutes after each meal as this will help to prevent the sugar level from spiraling too high after a meal.
  • Water dilutes sugar. Upon awakening, drink at least 2 to 4 glasses of very warm water. Drink this as a bolus to flush your system, one of those glasses should have 2 teaspoons of lemon juice in it. You should drink enough water until the urine is clear. (Even if they are urinating excessively). The best way to drink room temperature water during the day is gradually, mouthfuls at a time, not all at once as this will help your cells to absorb that much needed water.
  • It has been proven that proper breathing of fresh pure air and deep breathing techniques help in the lowering of the blood pressure—which goes hand in hand with the treatment for diabetes.
  • Bedtime should be before 10:00p.m. Research shows that going to bed after 10:00 p.m. at night continually for two weeks elevates blood glucose, hypertension, and cholesterol levels.
  • Nature’s process of healing and up building is gradual, and to the impatient it seems slow. But, nature, untrammeled, will do her work wisely and well. (Ministry of Healing p.44)
  • Stress is a major factor that can trigger Diabetes. Keep your stress levels to a minimum and don’t let your stress take control of your life.

All meals should be eaten on a regular schedule, 7 days a week, with no more than a 30 minutes time difference in schedule. Meals should be eaten at least 5-6 hours apart.

Testimony: There was a diabetic gentleman who was on the Plan and in a matter of two days was able to decrease 30 units of insulin from his normal dosage. A couple days later, a traumatic situation arose, and he was so stressed that his glucose went above 200 points. He decided he was going to put his problems in the Lord’s hands and to avoid worrying about his problem. When he made that decision, his glucose levels actually started to decrease. Guilt, worry, an unforgiving spirit and resentfulness—these are things that weigh the soul down.




  • Gymnema Sylvestre: 2 tablets twice a day with each meal
  • GTF Chromium: 1 tablet twice a day with each meal
  • Garlinase: 2 tablets twice a day with each meal (diabetes/cholesterol/high blood pressure) or 4 cloves of fresh garlic daily.
  • Sugar balance take 2 tablets twice daily after meals
  • Liverclean - use as directed on bottle (cleans the liver and helpful for high blood pressure, cholesterol and maintaining liver health if on any other drug medication)
  • Seaweed Cure as directed on the bottle or Kelp – use 1 tablespoon twice daily with meals. These help with nourishing the pancreas and balancing sugar levels in the blood.
  • Hibiscus Tea: steep 7 flowers in 32oz of water for 40 minutes to 3 hours and drink daily (lowers blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes)
  • Turmeric Tea – 2 tablespoons to 4 cups of water, boil for 15 minutes and draw for 40 minutes to 4 hours
  • Vitamin B12 supplement daily (10mg)
  • Vitamin D – when the sun hits the skin, it converts cholesterol under the skin into pre-vitamin D, which is later converted into vitamin D that the body can use. Daily exposure to sunlight is beneficial. For lighter-skinned individuals, 10 to 15 minutes daily will be sufficient whereas for darker-skinned individuals, 1 ½ to 2 hours daily is required between the hours of 10:00am and 3:00pm when the UVB rays is at the highest. Vitamin D deficiency in type II diabetes is a direct cause as its deficiency increases insulin resistance. Therefore, it is important that your vitamin D level is sufficient. Correct Levels of vitamin D are 40 ng/mL to 100 ng/mL (once the levels get above 150 ng/mL with supplement it can become toxic to the body however if the levels get above 150 ng/mL with Natural Sunlight then you are fine.) The 25-hydroxy vitamin D test is the most accurate way to measure how much vitamin D is in your body. Once you know your level, if you need to increase it, you may consider taking 5000iu daily of vitamin D3 supplement until your levels are back in line. For the colder climate, as a regular maintenance from June – September use the Natural Sunlight, May and October take 1000iu daily, April and November take 2000iu daily, March and December take 3000iu daily, January and February take 5000iu daily. Do Not exceed the recommended vitamin D level. Remember that the liquid vitamin D3 with fat is best and easily absorbed (vitamin D is a fat soluble vitamin, so it requires fat in order for it to be absorbed).

If you live in a warmer climate please use the natural sunlight (90-120 minutes daily between the hours of 9:00am – 3:00pm).

PS: If you are deficient in vitamin D, then you will need to take the prescription dosage or the equivalent of 50,000ius per week for 8 weeks of supplemental vitamin D3.

Here is another option: If there is a chronic deficiency in vitamin D, it would recommended that you take as much as 10,000iu daily for either 3-4 months, then you can revert to the 5000iu daily.

General instructions for preparing teas

  • Hard parts of the plant such as: roots, seeds, rhizome or bark: BOIL for 15 minutes, and then draw for 40 minutes to 4 hours
  • Delicate parts of the plant such as: leaves, flowers, buds, stems or clusters: bring water to a boil then DRAW/STEEP for 40 minutes to 3 hours.
  • For combinations: boil hard parts first for 15 minutes then add delicate parts and draw/steep for 40 minutes to 4 hours.
  • Drink as water through the day.


What should you do if your blood sugar level is dropping?

  • Please contact your Health Care Provider so that they can make the necessary adjustments to your medication.
  • Also eat some fruit so that the blood sugar level can rise back to normal levels. Try not to eat a candy to get it back up as this will increase the blood sugar levels too high and not sustained.

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