The Shocking Link Between Dietary Fat And Type 2 Diabetes

Got type 2 diabetes or other blood sugar issues? Were told to avoid the sugar in fruits and limit your carbohydrate intake?

In today’s video you’ll discover the shocking link between dietary fat and how it can negatively affect your blood sugar levels and even cause type 2 diabetes.

I’ll reveal to you how you can heal your blood sugar issues, including type 2 diabetes by actually eating more fruit.

 

Shocking link between dietary fat and type 2 diabetes.

Now, here are some alarming facts about diabetes.

According to the World Health Organization, there were globally an estimated 422 million adults who were living with diabetes in 2014, compared to 108 million in 1980.

The majority of these will have type 2 diabetes. This used to occur almost entirely among adults, but now occurs in children as well. (1)

Some of the serious health conditions that can arise as a consequence of having type 2 diabetes include (2):

  • Heart and blood vessel disease
  • Kidney damage
  • Eye damage
  • Nerve damage
  • Toe/foot or leg amputations
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Hearing problems

So what’s fat got to do with blood sugar problems and type 2 diabetes?

Well, consuming too much fat and over-loading the body with it can lead to also sorts of health issues.

One of these is when fat begins to interfere with the process of sugar metabolism.

If you overeat on fat, then the excess fat begins obstructing the uptake of the sugar glucose from your bloodstream and into your body’s cells.

Eventually, this can lead to blood sugar problems and ultimately type 2 diabetes.

This is because the organ called the pancreas, which produces the insulin, begins to become fatigued and as a consequence produces less and less insulin.

So your blood sugar levels begin to rise and get worse and worse over time.

Science proves that a low fat diet heals diabetes.

Many studies have been conducted over the years that show a high carbohydrate, low fat diet can make a positive impact on type 2 diabetes.

Walter Kempner, M.D. and research scientist from Duke University in North Carolina, discovered that a low fat, high carbohydrate diet could actually heal type 2 diabetes.

A study carried out by the University of Kentucky Medical School reported that as many as 50% of the diabetics taking insulin were able to discontinue with its use after 2 weeks.

Almost all of them stopped oral medication when they switched to a low-fat diet (3).

So this information has been around for a long time and the bottom line is: eat a diet that is lower in fat!

Your daily fat intake should be around 10% or less of total daily calories.  You don’t need to restrict your carbohydrate intake from whole foods.

You can discover more about how much fat is too much fat in our article here.

Now if you haven’t heard about this kind of information before it will no doubt come as a big surprise to hear that fat and not sugar is the real culprit when it comes to blood sugar issues.

And how about this: over the last 5 years of us coaching people on a low fat plant based diet, every single person we have worked with who had blood sugar issues was able to stabilise their blood sugar levels within a very short space of time on a low fat high fruit diet.

And guess what? You can too, and without any fruit sugar restriction!

Post your comments below!

Sources:

(1) http://www.who.int/diabetes/global-report/en/

(2) http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/type-2-diabetes/symptoms-causes/dxc-20169861

(3) https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/941870

 

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8 thoughts on “The Shocking Link Between Dietary Fat And Type 2 Diabetes

  •   The Rawsome Truth  |   

    If you follow proper food combining, not mixing fat with fruit, do a lot of workouts and eat whole raw foods, it might not be a health problem to eat more fat. But for detoxing and more energi less fat can be better. But longterm, I think 10 percent is not enough for mostly of us, especially womens.

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      10% fat is plenty, including women as well. Yulia actually healed her fertility issues, was able to conceive and have a healthy pregnancy on a low fat diet. For blood sugar issues, low fat and plant based is the key.

  •   The Rawsome Truth  |   

    Fantastic Video, thank you so much for sharing this information.

  •   M. Fender  |   

    Paul, you are right in all points, but only from the perspective of a carb eater. If you don’t eat carbs or only very little you can eat as much fat as you want (animal fats and plant fats) and your blood sugar levels are ALWAYS low, even after meals. No question, you can heal diabetes 2 with a low fat high carb diet. But HbA1c levels become even better on a very high fat very low carb diet. Such ketogenic diets – as recommended by the heart surgeon Steven Gundry and many others – heal diabetes 2 as well very fast.

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Keto diets have been proved to be detrimental for long-term health, whereas a high carbohydrate diet has been proved to be the best diet for long term health and longevity. Most long lived cultures in our world eat a high carb and low fat diet. Carbs are our primary fuel, not fat.

  •   navdeep kaur  |   

    thank you so much rawsome healthy…I love watching your videos….also please tell me…can a parasitic infection such as tapeworm etc.or any kind of bacterial infection survive in body on a raw food diet?how does raw food diet prevent us from infectious diseases?

    •   Rawsomehealthy  |   

      Yes, it’s possible, so we recommend parasite cleansing from time to time.

  •   Lori  |   

    I did not do well on Paleo or Keto diets. That’s when I developed Type 2 diabetes. But I have been trying the high fruits and my BG spikes into mid 200’s. If I eat a little low-glycemic fruit with 2 ounces of hemp and chia seeds my BG remains stable. How can I increase my fruit intake without the high spikes?

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