How to get Freedom From Diabetes without Medicine?

My Brief Introduction:

Vijay Wadagbalkar

I am Vijay Wadagbalkar, a Company Secretary with 25 years of corporate experience as Company Secretary now turned into a Health Care Professional and can certainly guide you on how to get freedom from Diabetes.

I am a Professionally Certified Diabetes Educator from Indo Vietnam Medical Board and a Brahmavidya Children’s Course Teacher.

¨Hi, Friends, I am  glad to inform you that by following a DIP DIET  (Disciplined Individual Person) plan  of DR Biswaroop   Choudhary (,  I am free of my 5 years old Diabetes and High blood pressure problem and most importantly, I am free of 3Ds, Disease, Drugs, and Doctor. You too can do it if you make changes in 3 areas of your Life, your Breath, Your Eating /Exercising, and Your Thinking.

Health is your Personal Responsibility:

¨Hippocrates, Founder of Modern Medicine has said 2000 years back “ Doctors of the future will not treat the human body with medicine but by food as medicine, thus using the concept of “ food thy be your medicine.”

¨“Get rid of all your lifestyle-related diseases like BP. Diabetes, stroke, and obesity by eating Whole Food Plant-based food- says China Study

The conclusion of the China study(the author is Dr. T Collin Campbell) is-:

¨“ Filling the human body with a high concentration of Chlorophyll and nutrients in its natural state from the plant-based foods leads to complete reversal of all diseases.

Diabetes diet for Freedom From Diabetes

Type2 Diabetes occurs when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to function properly, or the body’s cells don’t react to insulin. This means glucose stays in the blood and isn’t used as fuel for energy. Type2 Diabetes is often associated with obesity and tends to be diagnosed in older people.

People with Type 1 Diabetes don’t produce insulin. You can think of it as not having a key. People with Type2 Diabetes don’t respond to insulin as well as they should and later in the disease often don’t make enough insulin. You can think of it as having a broken key.

Diabetes Basics-:

 In the past few years, much of what we thought we knew about diabetes has been turned on its head. New understanding of the nutritional causes of diabetes gives us the power to keep it from occurring or to turn it around.

 Here is what is supposed to happen:

 Our bodies turn starchy and sugary foods into glucose for our muscle cells to use for fuel.

 Insulin, a  hormone made in the pancreas,  ushers glucose into the cells. People with type 2 diabetes, the most common type, generally have enough insulin. However, their cells become resistant to it, leaving too much glucose in the bloodstream, where it can cause problems. Over the short run,  people with uncontrolled diabetes may feel tired and thirsty, urinate frequently, and notice the blurred vision. In the long run, they are at risk for heart disease, kidney problems, vision loss, nerve damage, and other difficulties.

Dietary Approaches to Diabetes:

Diabetes diets typically call for portion control,  carbohydrate limits,  and,  for those who are overweight,  calorie restrictions.  Fortunately,  there is another way.

 Low-fat,  plant-based diets are ideal for diabetes and the conditions associated with it, such as heart disease,  weight gain,  high cholesterol,  and high blood pressure.  And they offer the advantage of not requiring any weighing or measuring of portions. Going hungry is not necessary! The old approach recommended cutting down on carbohydrates. It’s true that overly processed carbohydrates—those made with sugar or white flour, for example—are poor choices. However, delicious unprocessed or minimally processed foods, such as potatoes, rice, oats,  beans,  pasta,  fruit,  and vegetables,  were the main part of the diet in countries where people were traditionally fit and trim and where diabetes was rare.  Unfortunately,  highly processed carbohydrates and affordable meat and cheese dishes have moved in, and now we have a worldwide type 2 diabetes epidemic. A   low-fat vegetarian approach recognizes that whole-food carbohydrates are fine; it’s the fat in our diets that is the problem. New information suggests that fat in animal products and oils interferes with insulin’s ability to move glucose into the cells.1 Eating less fat reduces body fat. Less body fat allows insulin to do its job.  However,  choosing skinless chicken,  skim milk,  and baked fish is not enough of a  change for most people to  beat diabetes.

The new approach eliminates fatty foods and animal protein,  such as meats,  dairy products,  and oils,  and offers unlimited grains,  legumes,  fruits,  and vegetables. 

Diabetes diet and exercise for Freedom From Diabetes
Regular yoga and breathing Exercises

Medicine Approach is dangerous as it causes liver failure-:

High Blood sugar is bad, but lowering the blood sugar by metformin is worst as it does not address the cause of the problem but only gives symptomatic relief .

What is Insulin resistance?

Insulin resistance, also known as impaired insulin sensitivity, occurs when your cells have difficulty responding to insulin.

If your cells develop an impaired response to insulin, your body may try to compensate by making more insulin. If your pancreas is able to make enough extra insulin to help glucose enter your cells, glucose levels may stay in check.

However, if your pancreas is unable to make enough insulin to keep up with demand, then it can lead to pre-diabetes or Type2 Diabetes.

Which diet is best for people diagnosed with insulin resistance?

When it comes to diets for insulin resistance, prediabetes, or even diabetes, a quick fix or one-size-fits-all approach, unfortunately, does not exist.

There may be benefits to a variety of insulin resistance diet approaches — including the Mediterranean, vegetarian or vegan, low fat, low carb, and very low carb (keto) — but there is no singular diet defined at this time for people with prediabetes or diabetes.

What we do know based on current research in the field of nutrition as it relates to prediabetes or diabetes is summed up in the American Diabetes Association’s (ADA) recently released report. Here’s what the experts recommend:

·         Choose a diet rich in whole, unprocessed foods.

·         Minimize the amount of highly processed foods containing added sugars, salt, and artificial trans fats as much as possible.

·         Choose non-starchy vegetables in place of starchy vegetables or refined grains.

·         Eat more fiber, especially from vegetables, fruit, beans, and intact whole grains.

·         Reduce the number of calories coming from carbohydrates to the extent that is appropriate for you.

·         Strive to achieve and maintain a weight loss of 7-10% if you’re overweight or obese.

Understanding the glycemic impact of foods

When you eat, food is broken down by your body into a usable form of energy called glucose. With insulin resistance, your body has a harder time processing the amount of glucose from meals, leading to higher blood glucose levels. To complicate things further, some foods break down into glucose more rapidly and at a higher level than others.

Diabetes diet for Freedom From Diabetes

The measurement of how fast food affects blood glucose is referred to as the glycemic index. Foods associated with a higher glycemic index tend to raise blood sugar faster compared to less processed whole foods with a lower glycemic index.

High glycemic index foods include:

·         Sugar-sweetened beverages

·         Sweets (candy, cookies, cakes)

·         White potatoes and potato chips

·         Refined “white” grains (white rice, white pasta, white bread)

·         Dried fruit and fruit juice

There is, however, some controversy around how helpful paying attention to glycemic index is since most people eat mixed meals — i.e. you might have a high glycemic index food like a baked potato along with lower glycemic foods like baked chicken, or steamed broccoli. The portion size, preparation, and amount of fiber and fat in the other foods consumed at the meal also affect the overall impact on blood sugar levels.

Foods to avoid:

Choosing less processed, whole grain, high-fiber foods and avoiding sweets and processed foods can help improve insulin resistance, especially when partnered with exercise and a healthy lifestyle.


A Healthy  Whole Food Plant-Based Diet is a Diabetes diet, take diabetes green smoothie twice a day, regular exercise, elimination of animal foods, dairy products, and processed foods, intermittent fasting, good quality sleep are the natural ways to get freedom from Diabetes.

Vijay Wadagbalkar

Healthy Lifestyle Expert

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