Diabetes is an insulin disorder resulting from malfunctioned insulin-producing beta cells, Islets of Langerhans. The resulting condition is the elevated levels of glucose in the blood. The mounted blood glucose levels are of grave concern as they lead to significant complications including cardiovascular, liver and kidney diseases.

The statistics are alarming; the number of diabetes patients has soared from 5.5 million to 25.8 million from 1980 to 2011 respectively along with a pre-diabetes number of 79 million. There is an elevated risk in such patients of developing diabetes in the later stage of life. According to the latest studies by Center for Disease Control in America, it is feared that with this increasing pace, one in every three persons will suffer from this disease ending with a poor-quality life and will face a decline of 15 years in their average life span.

Types of Diabetes:

There are two major types of diabetes, Type I Diabetes and Type II Diabetes. Type I diabetes is caused by the autoimmune activity that recognizes insulin producing beta cells as invaders or pathogens and starts killing them. Polyuria, weight loss, and polydipsia along with a blood glucose level higher than 200, lead to Type I diagnosis. The causes of it are mainly genetic disposition or damaged insulin-producing cells. The insulin-dependent form of diabetes results in the production of no insulin and due to which, the administration of insulin from external sources becomes necessary for normal body functioning.

The second form of diabetes is Type II accounts for almost 90% of the diabetes cases. That is insulin independent form of diabetes characterized by low production of insulin from pancreatic beta cells. In this case, either the pancreas produces an insufficient amount of insulin or the insulin produced could not be taken up and utilized by the body because of a developed condition called insulin resistance. The causes of it said to be faulty leptin mechanism which induces insulin insensitivity in patients because of fat deposition in adipose, liver and muscle tissues.

Pre-Diabetes and its Significance: 

Before the development of diabetes, there arises a warning signal which is an indication of diabetes Type II event. Prediabetes is a common name for a temporary elevation in the blood glucose level that isn’t as high as in the case of clinically diagnosed diabetes. It is a sign to prevent one’s self from developing diabetes. As the progression from normal glucose homeostasis to impaired homeostasis and elevated blood glucose levels to finally no or little insulin production called Diabetes occurs over a span of many years. That is why, this period is quite active having deleterious effects on insulin-producing cells as it is a period of their deterioration causing insulin resistance, rather than being silent and static.

Prevention and Cure of Diabetes: 

Diabetes is the most dangerous disease not only because of its rapid progression and spread but also because of the associated complications that can lead its patient to death. Acknowledge this fact; diabetes needs to cured at its earliest upon its initial diagnosis.

The treatment of diabetes ranges from dietary supplements, traditional medicines, alternative treatment therapies and natural remedies. The conventional medications are the ones utilized by practitioners generally for the treatment of Diabetes. They include Metformin, Sulfonylureas, Thiodionizyl and related drugs. Complementary medications are the ones that used in conjunction with traditional medicines.

The most prominent place in the prevention and cure of diabetes is with Natural Remedies. These can provide a slow but progressive and sustainable solution in diabetes reversal, glycemic control and maintaining a healthy life.

Alternative Therapies: 

Alternative therapies are the ones that include several health care systems, practices, products and that they are not the ones involved in any of the conventional or complementary medicines. The alternative medicines are not a part of any medication but used in place of conventional medicine.

Acupuncture is a treatment that includes an insertion of a thin needle by a practitioner into the skin, at some particular points. That will initiate the body’s immune response triggering natural painkillers released in the body. That is precisely used to relieve pain in the case of a complication, known as nephropathy to alleviate the patient from chronic pain.

Biofeedback is used to emphasize stress reduction and relaxation of the patient because of diabetes. That helps the patient in understanding the situation and the body’s response as to how to deal with it.

Guided Imagery usually practiced along with biofeedback therapy inducing relaxation in the patient. It helps in directing the imagination to divert towards scenic description providing mental peace like oceans, waves, greenery or sometimes positive images to make the patient feel about recovery. They might also include images stating the disease is either controlled or recovered.

Dietary Supplements:

Dietary supplements are taken in along with the medication to help assist in managing diabetes. These dietary supplements should not consider as a replacement for the treatment. However, they support to help control the blood sugar levels from progressing further, a preventive method.  All the necessary dietary supplements discussed in detail. These dietary supplements are more effective for Type II Diabetes.

Chromium is a paramount mineral helping to increase insulin sensitivity. That helps in countering the tolerance factor of glucose and enhances insulin activity. Chromium supplements have been found to improve control over diabetes according to various studies. However, they cannot take as a single treatment.

Vitamin B1 or thiamine is an essential dietary supplement for people with diabetes as most diabetics are found to be deficient in thiamine raising diabetes-related complications including cardiovascular diseases. Being water soluble, its access to the cells deficient in thiamine ‘s hard. To counter the deficiency a supplemental form of Vitamin B1, benfotiamine, which is lipid soluble administered. It penetrates the cell membranes quickly preventing diabetes-related complications.

Ginseng, specifically American ginsengs have been found associated with lowering the sugar levels after the meal and during fast. They have been found reducing A1C when examined for an over 3-month span. It has also found that the compounds for lowering sugar levels in ginseng vary depending upon the type of plant.

Resveratrol, found primarily in grapes and wine, this chemical is found to reduce the blood glucose levels in animal models. It also found associated with reducing the oxidative stress in animals. However, human trials are in the process, and the data is yet to formulate.

Magnesium levels and their relationship to diabetes have been of concern for several decades. However, no direct connection has found between them except that low magnesium levels worsen the control over diabetes which sometimes medications fail to normalize. In the case of Type II diabetes, scientists believe that low magnesium levels interrupt with the pancreatic mechanism of secretion and increases insulin resistance. Mg deficiency also leads to severe diabetic complications. Moreover, it is a constant find that those who consume more Mg, have less chance of developing diabetes type II.

Vanadium, a small concentration of this compound found in animals and plants; it is found to normalize blood sugar levels in type I and type II diabetes affected animals. Upon its clinical trial on humans, an increase in insulin sensitivity and a decrease in insulin demand observed. However, its mechanism of action, potential side effects, and dosage requirements are yet to research.

Alpha Lipoic Acid, an antioxidant has been found reducing the oxidative stress, decreasing the insulin resistance and potentially lowering the glucose levels during fasting. However, an associated concern with the consumption of Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) is that it can reduce the standard of blood glucose to a dangerously alarming level becoming a potential risk to the health.

Coenzyme Q10, either referred to as ubiquinol, ubiquinone or as CoQ10, a substance similar to vitamins, is usually found in seafood and meat. Acting as an antioxidant, it helps in the production of energy. However, there still is a lot of research to be performed on the control of blood glucose levels.

Plant Extracts and Herbs:

In particular area, latest studies have revealed that there are certain plant and herbs and their extracts that can naturally CURE Diabetes Type I. Yes, it is true, now stop following the industry who declared that is entirely non-curable and you must rely on your insulin intake throughout your life is still young. Fasten your belts; you will drive your life soon.

Arginine is an L-arginine amino acid was found to stimulate beta cell genesis in an animal model of induced diabetes in 2007.

Avocado seed extracts have been found reducing the blood glucose levels in the lab diabetic rats. It has protective and restorative effects of the insulin-producing cells according to a 2007 study.

Berberine was used in China as a treatment medication for diabetes for 1400 years. It is a compound found commonly in goldenseal and barberry and has induced regeneration of beta cells in the lab model of diabetic rats as studies in 2009.

Chard extract stimulated beta cell recovery in diabetic cells upon administration in 2000.

Corn Silk in 2009 was found reducing blood sugar in diabetic rats. It was also found involved in beta cell regeneration in Type I rats.

Curcumin, an extract from turmeric, in 2008  found in preserving the survival of pancreatic Islet of Langerhans and increasing their transplant efficiency. In 2010, it was found stimulating beta cell regeneration type I rate.

Genistein, a red clover and soy extract, induces the proliferation of beta cells by activating several signaling pathways. In 2010, it was found preventing diabetes because of insulin deficiency.

Honey consumption for a longer period is associated with genetic rearrangement to restore the deposition in the case of Type I in humans. The study also suggested the regeneration of insulin-producing beta cells. It conducted in 2010.

Nigella Sativa, also called black seed, was found associated with the proliferation and partial regeneration of beta cells in 2003. In a study conducted in 2010 on human-provided extreme beneficial information of 1g black seed consumption for up to 12 weeks. The benefits include an increase in the functioning of the beta cell.

Stevia, having antidiabetic properties is involved in the dorsalization of genetically damaged beta cells. It can be comparable to the drug named glibenclamide, minus the side effects, found in a study conducted on humans in 2011.

Natural substance to Cure Type II

The natural substances of plant origin, either plant extract or herbs found associated with healing to some degree of diabetes Type II are countless, Studies have shown that substances of plant origin when consumed help reduce the inflammation and increase insulin production and sensitivity. Among all, a few major ones named below.

  1. Green Tea
  2. Brewer’s yeast
  3. Buckwheat
  4. Broccoli and other related greens
  5. Cinnamon
  6. Black Plum or Indian BlackBerry
  7. Mango Leaves
  8. Ficus carica (fig leaf)
  9. Cloves
  10. Coffee
  11. Okra
  12. Allium (garlic)
  13. Leafy greens
  14. Fenugreek seeds (Trigonella foenumgraecum)
  15. Sage
  16. Indian Gooseberry
  17. Coccinia India (ivy gourd)
  18. Chitosan
  19. Garcinia cambogia (hydroxy citric acid)
  20. Bauhinia fornicate and Myrcia uniform
  21. Pyruvate
  22. Germander
  23. Gymnema Sylvestre
  24. Momordica charantia (Bitter Chinese melon)
  25. Sauropus androgynous (sweet leaf bush)
  26. Opuntia stript acantha (nopal)
  27. Silibummarianum (milk thistle)
  28. Ocimum sanctum (holy basil)
  29. Aristolochic acid

Green Tea is an excellent source of antioxidants including the polyphenols and epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG). Studies have proved that the EGCG is responsible for lowering the risk of cardiovascular diseases and in preventing type II development by its help in increasing insulin activity and improving the control over blood glucose levels. Also, green tea is considered to be a safe herbal/plant product.

Cinnamon extract triggers the release of insulin, improves the metabolism of sugar and boosts the metabolism of cholesterol. According to a study presented in 2011, Cinnamon, in whole or extract was found to be involved in lowering the fasting blood glucose levels.

Coffee contains a compound (other than caffeine) that participates in the enhancement of insulin sensitivity decreasing type II development risks from prediabetes. Eugenol, a clove oil extract, has been found helping insulin to lower blood glucose, cholesterol, and triglycerides.

Trigonella foenumgraecum or Fenugreek seeds are known for their hypoglycemic activity. They are very useful in controlling diabetes by decreasing the levels of glucose present in the blood and increasing glucose tolerance by secreting glucose-dependent insulin. It also lengthens the process of sugar and carbohydrate absorption because of its high fiber content.

Chinese Bitter Melon or Momordica charantia, also known as Bitter Gourd, due to its lowering effects on the blood glucose, it is very beneficial. Helping with the oxidation of glucose and the secretion of insulin from beta cells, it prevents insulin resistance and assist in treating both types I and type II diabetes.

Reverse Diabetes:

A phenomenon for the treatment of Type II Diabetes, as Dr. Mercola stated in her study that the type II diabetes is 100% curable, the world came up with the ways to cure it. Reverse Diabetes is a very useful phenomenon for those diagnosed with prediabetes and given a second chance in life to save themselves from the deadly, life long illness, known as Diabetes Type II. Researchers have suggested that with proper care, diet, exercise, and efforts, reverse diabetes can be made use of, thus ditching diabetes.

Diabetes Loopholes by Reeds is a 60-days guide to reverse Diabetes is a remarkable milestone in the field of not only endocrinology, medicine but human history as well. According to its readers, scientists, and researcher, if strictly followed, this book can help do wonders. One such is a reversal of diabetes. According to the book, the main culprits of diabetes are Free Fatty Acids FFA’s, released by adipose tissues to roam freely throughout the body. They are produced to provide energy to other body organs. However, as an excess of everything is dangerous, if present in excess, these Free Fatty Acids can impact very harmful towards the body functions especially insulin signaling, and production. They can be a primary cause of insulin resistance.

For reverse diabetes, an essential is to reduce the number of FFA in the body. To accomplish these four principal components are needed. They are:

  1. Niacin: Helps in increasing the body HDL, i.e., good cholesterol and assist in reducing diabetes
  2. Vitamin C: a study showed that patients receiving 1000 mg of Vit C had low LDL level, i.e., bad cholesterol
  3. Vitamin B-Group: Convert fat into energy, help absorb glucose better, treat diabetes. It is a must for diabetes reversal, permanently
  4. Tryptophan: Used for treating stress, depression, Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder and anxiety.


Not a single remedy guarantee diabetes complete cure or reversal, so does the medicines. In fact, various natural remedies, healthy diet a, exercise and a healthy lifestyle do ensure a quality life, betterment, and at last, Cure of Diabetes, or at least Diabetes Reversal that too without serious harmful effects, which no drug can guarantee.

Natural Remedies are the way to go in the Future for Diabetes Treatment and Reversal.

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