TYPE 2 DIABETES
Type 2 diabetes has commonly been associated with the first World countries. This is however not true; it affects anyone who eats foods high in starch and sugar, called carbohydrates, which are known to produce high amounts of glucose in the blood. Basically, type 2 diabetes is a result of insulin resistance. This simply means that cells in the body don’t respond to insulin any more; we call this insulin resistance and as a result, blood sugar gradually gets too high.
Most people with type 2 diabetes are overweight, but not all; the cause is simply that these people eat too many carbohydrates, have a lack of exercise or are stressed.
The first step every type 2 diabetes patient should take, is correcting their diet and changing their lifestyle. Low Carb High Fat lifestyle has proved to be extremely effective for lowering insulin levels and blood sugar levels.
Serrapeptase combined with a LCHF lifestyle reverses type 2 diabetes by normalizing the blood sugar and improving insulin sensitivity. It also clears the non-vital proteins from the blood stream, which are frequent obstacles affecting the overall body health.