How to STOP Prediabetes Going Into Diabetes
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this video is very very very important
so I would take notes I’m gonna try to make it really really simple but it’s a
very important concept you may have watch other videos with parts of this
information but I wanted to create one video just to explain everything okay so
what we’re talking about is how to prevent someone from going from a
prediabetic state to a diabetic state now the difference between prediabetes
and diabetes has to do with your blood Sugar’s so in prediabetes your blood
sugars are around 100 to 125 diabetes it’s 126 and greater we’re talking about
another test called a1c which is an average of three months of your blood
Sugar’s we’re dealing with a 5.7 to a 6.4 with prediabetes and then once
you’re diabetic becomes 6.5 or greater so really when we’re talking about
diabetes type 2 we’re just talking about the elevation of sugar in your blood a
normal blood sugar should be about 80 okay
and what that means is you have about a teaspoon of sugar in all of your blood
okay so it’s not that much and you don’t need to consume a teaspoon of sugar to
get that your body will make its own sugar out of fat out of other types of
calories okay so that’s what pre-diabetes is that’s
what diabetes is now what happens is this an average person consumes about 31
teaspoons of sugar every single day and I’m talking about the other
carbohydrates that can turn into sugar as well it’s not all just teaspoons of
sugar so they’re consuming a lot of carbs roughly could be around I don’t
know 300 grams or even more for the average American
so that’s crazy amounts of sugar now look at this a normal blood sugar is
only one teaspoon of sugar over here we’ve got 31 teaspoons so why is it when
someone consumes a lot of sugar the average American why isn’t the blood
sugar just screaming high all over the place
usually it’s normal at least for a period of time well that is because we
have this filter right in the middle of this thing and it has to do with this
machine that keeps the sugar out of the blood and it’s called insulin so insulin
kind of filters out and gets rid of the excess amount of sugar in the blood and
what does it do with it it hides it it’ll put it in stored sugar called
glycogen in the liver and the muscles it will also put excess in the fat it will
convert some to cholesterol but the thing that the body doesn’t want is high
amounts of sugar in the blood why because that sugar is very very
dangerous to the lining of the arteries it will start to corrode and it’s called
oxidation or damage inside the arteries and then comes the plaquing and the
calcium and that whole thing so your body really considers excess sugar very
very dangerous if this person is consuming a lot of carbohydrates and has
a high frequency of eating having a lot of snacks what happens is you’re gonna
get a huge amount of insulin being released from the pancreas and that
insulin is working really really hard to keep the sugar down but here’s the other
thing high levels of insulin is also very toxic to the body as well so your
body doesn’t like high amounts of sugar or high months of insulin so what does
it do it starts to reduce the insulin by creating a resistance okay it’s called
insulin resistance so the cells start blocking insulin like crazy the problem
is the body still has to keep this under control so it starts to turn up the dial
and produce more and more insulin to penetrate through this resistance to
keep the sugar at a normal level and this whole game continues for a period
of 10 to 15 years so you may have insulin resistance for 10 to 15 years
until all the sudden this pancreas says you know what it’s been compensating
it’s been working hard to kind of counter this problem to
help you but now it’s exhausted so the pancreas can no longer pump out that
much insulin so this starts going down and down now we don’t have as much
insulin well guess what’s gonna happen if you keep consuming this amount of
carb at this frequency this sugar is gonna start to go up why because our
insulin is going down so the sugar is gonna start going up over time it’s
gonna then turn into full-blown diabetes now understanding this problem is so
important if you are a pre-diabetic or even you have insulin resistance because
it’s so easy to solve with just a little bit of effort you can avoid this whole
thing and it really has to do with cutting out the carbs and going on in a
minute fasting now the other thing that I want to tell you is very very
interesting the doctors are focused on the blood sugars only they’re not
measuring your fasting insulin level they’re not measuring if you have
insulin resistance the test that you would do to determine that would be Homa IR
okay but that’s never done so this area is kind of hidden this is the area that
you see this happens later in life this happens way before 90% of people that
are pre-diabetics don’t even know their pre-diabetics they just wake up one day
and they’re a diabetic now I would say probably 99% of the people don’t know
they have insulin resistance now I’m going to tell you right now the symptoms
to determine if you have insulin resistance even without taking this test
okay all you have to do right now is just
look down and see if you see your belly if you see your belly and you can’t see
your your feet that we know you have insulin resistance here are some other
symptoms frequent urination even at night are you
getting up to the night in urinating this is
you have if you were just to change your diet you would notice this symptom
improving within a few days brain fog memory problems because your brain is
dependent on this glucose and when you have resistance guess what you starve
the neurons with its fuel and you start becoming forgetful it’s the start of dementia
but when you cut out the carbs you’ll be running your body on ketones and you can
bypass that whole thing and feed your brain and you’ll actually have a lot
more focus and less memory problems but here’s the big symptom right here to
know that you have instant resistance you cannot go a long period of time
without getting hungry you need a snack between meals you need a snack at night
this is probably the big one craving for carbs is a big one or chips or some type
of cracker especially at night is a big symptom tired after eating you want to
take a nap after your lunchtime we know you have insulin resistance tingling in
the feet or burning in the feet or any type of sensation in the hands of the
feet is right in this area right here it could be this area too that means that
your blood sugars are destroying the vascular system the capillaries to the
nerves in your feet that’s called peripheral neuropathy very very very
very simple to fix all you do is you get off the high carb diet stop eating so
frequent I put some links down below of how to do this and just so you know
sugar is very oxidative and it creates a lot of inflammation and the inflammation
actually even makes this worse it actually can push you from here to
here just having the inflammation also omega-6 fatty acids like in all the
different oils soy oil corn oil cottonseed canola oil those are very
highly inflammatory that can also push you over the edge as well as msg like
monosodium glutamate it’s in a lot of fast food restaurants anyway I gave you
a lot information I hope you now have a deeper
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Here’s how to stop prediabetes going into diabetes. This is important.
0:00 Stop prediabetes going into diabetes
0:25 The difference between prediabetes and diabetes
1:30 A closer look at blood sugar and insulin
3:15 Insulin resistance
5:00 What you could do
5:25 The test you need that’s never done
6:13 Symptoms of insulin resistance
8:19 Other problems with sugar
Today we’re going to talk about how to help stop a person from going from a prediabetic state to a diabetic state. This is a very important concept.
The difference between prediabetes and diabetes has to do with your blood sugars.
• With prediabetes, your blood sugars are around 100-125, with an A1C of 5.7-6.4%.
• With diabetes, your blood sugars are 126 and greater, with an A1C of 6.5% or greater.
When we’re talking about diabetes type 2, we’re talking about the elevation of sugar in your blood. A normal blood sugar level should be about 80. This is equal to about 1 tsp of sugar in all of your blood. Your body can make this sugar itself. You don’t need to consume any sugar. The average person consumes about 31 tsp of sugar every day (including carbs).
Insulin acts as a filter that keeps excess sugar out of the blood. The body does not want high amounts of sugar in the blood. Your body considers excess sugar to be very dangerous.
If a person is consuming a lot of carbohydrates and eats frequently, they could have a huge amount of insulin being released. This insulin is working very hard to keep the sugar down. But, high levels of insulin are toxic to the body as well. So, your body starts to reduce insulin by creating resistance. This is called insulin resistance.
The problem is that the body still has to keep the blood sugar under control, so it begins to produce more and more insulin to try to keep the sugar at a normal level. This could go on for a long time until, eventually, the pancreas is exhausted and can’t pump out that much insulin.
At this point, if you keep consuming carbohydrates and eating frequently, the blood sugar is going to go up. This happens because the insulin is going down. Over time this could turn into diabetes.
To help avoid all of this, you can cut out the carbs and start doing intermittent fasting.
Doctors are focused on blood sugars. They typically do not measure if you have insulin resistance. 90% of people that are prediabetic don’t even know.
If you look down and you can’t see your feet, you may have insulin resistance.
Symptoms of insulin resistance:
• Frequent urination (even at night)
• Brain fog
• Can’t go long without being hungry
• Tired after meals
• Tingling feet
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