How to cure diabetes type 2 naturally
Medicinal mushrooms make a valuable contribution to prevention and therapy
In the 21st century, diabetes is still one of the greatest global health risks. According to stats from the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), around 415 million people worldwide suffer from it. By 2040, the IDF even predicts an increase to 642 million. The good news is that natural medicine is a very good and sustainable way of combating type 2 diabetes. Medicinal mushrooms – also known as vital mushrooms – have proven worthwhile as a preventive measure and in the treatment of the metabolic disease.
Modern lifestyle favours the disease
Lack of exercise, an overly rich and unbalanced diet and the associated obesity play the main roles in the development of type 2 diabetes. Particularly dangerous: Type 2 diabetes usually develops insidiously at first and is often paired with high blood pressure and high triglyceride levels. The disease is often only detected at an advanced stage. In most cases, serious consequential damage has already occurred.
Medicinal mushrooms – efficient helpers from nature
Natural remedies such as medicinal mushrooms have proven to be effective in the treatment of type 2 diabetes, both as a preventive and as a supportive measure. This is shown by many years of experience in naturopathic practice. For example, the vital mushroom Coprinus is said to have a regenerating effect on the pancreas, a sensitisation of the receptors for insulin uptake and a blood sugar-lowering effect. Its anti-diabetic properties are mainly attributed to the vanadium it contains. The medicinal mushroom Maitake has a favourable effect on fat metabolism and the sensitivity of insulin receptors. In type 2 diabetes, blood pressure, blood fat and triglyceride values as well as weight are very important parameters. The intake of Maitake can help to get these parameters under control – even in the run-up to the disease.
Balanced diet and exercise
In order to counteract type 2 diabetes, it is of utmost importance to turn away from an unhealthy lifestyle. Regular exercise can reduce weight and blood glucose levels. Recommended activities include brisk walks, cycling, swimming or walking. In addition, experts advise a basic change in diet. In order to delay a rapid rise in blood sugar, the consumption of sweets and fast food should be greatly reduced or, ideally, completely eliminated. Instead, a diet rich in vitamins and vital substances is important. High-fibre foods with slowly digestible carbohydrates such as vegetables and mushrooms are ideal.
In the therapy of type 2 diabetes, medicinal mushrooms are a good supplement to a balanced, low-carbohydrate diet in combination with a varied exercise programme. The MykoTroph Institute grants free access to its detailed diabetes specialist concept, to specialist videos and gives sufferers answers to the most frequently asked questions on the subject: https://www.mykotroph.de/en/diabetes/ In the free telephone consultation, our mycotherapists are happy to take the time to answer all health questions individually and personally: +49 40 334686-300