Cure Diabetes in 30 days with Raw Food.

By Dawnnie Latest Reply 2012-01-05 00:03:58 -0600
Started 2012-01-02 12:28:14 -0600

For those of you who are type 2, you might find this trailer on a 30 day raw food diet documentary very interesting. Type 1 can benefit as well. I myself did a 3 week raw food diet/cleanse and ate nothing but raw foods for 2 weeks straight followed by 3 1/2 days of juice fasting and my sugars where awesome! My energy was awesome!

Copy and paste in your web browser to see a short trailer on the documentary.

9 replies

Dawnnie 2012-01-03 08:30:44 -0600 Report

My intention was not to upset the DC community! It was merely for information purposes only! I have been dealing with diabetes for a year now and not wanting to except it, so I have been looking for ways to heal myself. As I stated in my first post, I ate raw foods for 2 weeks straight and saw and felt a big difference. I was diagnosed as type 2 in the beginning by an internist but saw an endocrinologist a few months later to tell me I was in the "honeymoon stage" of type 1. Can't believe it when I got my A1c from a 10 to 6.2 in just 3 months with diet and exercise. To me my pancreas is trying to heal itself. I believe whole heartedly in holistic remedies and avoid doctors and pharmacueticals (sp?) at all cost!

jayabee52 2012-01-03 04:36:44 -0600 Report

Cure? Please define what YOU mean by "cure!"

Dawnnie 2012-01-03 08:20:35 -0600 Report

No, not at all! I just found eating raw food for 2 weeks alone really helped my BG come down and thought maybe some people weren't aware of the benefits.

jayabee52 2012-01-04 02:30:33 -0600 Report

Thank you Dawnie. I am T2. I am not offended. Actually I do much the same with my diabetes, but do not use vegan (it is not REALLY raw food, let's call it what it is, a vegan eating plan. - one can eat raw food without eating vegan, for instance, when I was growing up I drank raw (unprocessed) milk and ate raw (unprocessed) honey, which I have come to understand from other encounters with vegans (some not so nice about it as you, using some very derogatory terms for milk and honey) are both a no-no from a vegan point of view.

My eating plan right now is a low carb, High protein meal plan. I don't use any diabetes meds, only what my pancreas cranks out. My BGs hover in the "normal" range. My last A1c is 5.5, and I lost about 50 lbs as well.

So according to my A1c I would be cured as it is what a normal person would have. But I KNOW I am not cured from diabetes because if I deviate from my meal plan, My BG readings show I am not cured. I have to maintain my way of eating or I will slip into higher readings again.

Cure to me means that I don't have to watch what I eat so closely and my BGs won't spike. I have not come to that point, nor do I ever think I will.

Once you are out of your honeymoon period as a T1, what about insulin then?

To your better health!


jayabee52 2012-01-05 00:03:58 -0600 Report

Please look for My meal plan in your DC inbox momentarily Susan! It is a bit radical but I pray you will be able to make this work for you.

realsis77 2012-01-02 15:39:16 -0600 Report

BE aware of things that say CURE. CONTROL is a better term. It very well could help CONTROL type two but CURE well, now that's a different thing all together. There is NO cure for type two sadly, but things can control it. There is a difference.

dietcherry 2012-01-02 13:59:50 -0600 Report

Dawnnie we welcome you to our family with open arms; I do hope you are not here only to hawk this program. It is against the Terms Of Use to advertise for free :(