Did you know that according to statisticsmore than 25 million Americans are diabetic and 79 millions are pre-diabetic? Obesity is a major driven force for insulin resistance and is the main source of hypertension and diabetes. There are two types of diabetes:
Type 1 DiabetesType 1 diabetes also known as juvenile diabetes occures in younger people. When people have type I diabetes, their bodies can’t produce enough insulin. For the same reason, the body needs insulin injection to deal with sugar content in the blood supply.
Type 2 Diabetes
Type two diabetes usually happens in older people and obese people and it occures when the body produces more insulin than what it needs. The blood needs insulin to convert sugar into fat and take sugar out of the blood and store it as fat somewhere in the body. In people with type 2 diabetes, the blood will no longer convert sugar into fat; and the body's sugar level stays relatively high. Obesity in abdominal area makes people more resistant to insulin.
Sometimes diabetes in older people is caused by nervous system disorder. Excessively nervous and stressed people over a period of time damage their nervous system and the brain can no longer receive the signals from the body to release insulin in order to convert sugar in the blood to fatty tissues. It can be really dangerous when the sugar cannot be pulled it out of blood supply and as a result the sugar content in blood remains high. The high sugar content doesn’t allow your blood supply to deliver enough oxygen and nutrients to other organs in the body. Excessive sugar in the blood also reduces the removal of toxins from the organs and hence it will result in inflammation and infection. Science proves that raw superfoods (green superfoods, herb superfoods, organic raw honey, goji berries, organic raw cacao beans, avocado, fruits and nuts) can reverse and veen cure type II diabetes. Maintaining a healthy weight, regular exercise, relaxation and eating live organic raw foods can significantly lower the risk of diabetes at any age.