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Reverse Diabetes

Previously it was thought that there’s no cure for type 2 diabetes, but now studies has successfully shown that people can reverse it and can maintain on diet and lifestyle alone without any medicines. Dr Kalpana helps her patient to Reverse Diabetes through weight loss in a more healthy and stress free way, you may be able to reach and hold normal blood sugar levels without medication.


As we all know some of the common contributing factors leading to type 2 Diabetes are:

  • Having overweight or obesity
  • Eating an unhealthy diet
  • Not exercising enough
  • Having high levels of stress
  • Not getting enough good quality sleep

The Healthy Tips

With Dr Kalpana’s  customised diet plans, she introduces best nutrition profile food due to her great understanding of nutrition which helps to burn fat, strengthen muscles, bones and at the same time helps you to grow healthy gut flora which is very important for good health which can help patients not only control their sugar levels but also they can reverse diabetes in their life. This doesn’t mean you’re completely cured. People have successfully reversed pre-diabetes by modifying their diet and lifestyle. These eating habits and rules can slow down your sugar level.

  • Eat a “balanced” diet. …
  • Exercise regularly. …
  • Lose excess weight. …
  • Stop smoking. …
  • Eat fewer carbs. …
  • Take proper  sleep  …
  • Drink more water. … are some of those rules.


There’s no set timeframe for when people with Type 2 diabetes may start to see their hard work pay off. In general, diabetes experts say with medication and lifestyle changes, diabetes patients could notice a difference in three to six months. People with type 2 diabetes can reverse the condition through a low-calorie diet. A body of research putting people with Type 2 diabetes on a low-calorie diet has confirmed the underlying causes of the condition and established that it is reversible. No food is off-limits when you have diabetes. The key is to watch portions, balance what you eat, and have about the limited number of carbohydrates in each meal.

These  are few tips help you get started

  • Balance carbs with fibre and protein in each meal. This is easy if you use the plate method. Make half of your plate vegetables, a quarter of your plate a carb like brown rice, black beans, or broken wheat or millets or quinoa, and the other quarter of your plate a healthy protein like pulses, soyanean, legumes tofu. Add a small piece of fruit and some low-fat or fat-free milk or yogurt, depending on your carb target for that meal.
  • Eat smart fats such as those in nuts, avocado, , olives, and other plants. Avoid.