Written & produced by Nutritionist Khan
Around 422 million individuals worldwide have 'High Sugar Type2D', especially in low and income nations. And 1.6 million pass out legitimately due to 'High Sugar Type2D' every year. Both the number of cases has been consistently expanding in recent decades.

April 08, 2019, One out of three Canadians is living with 'High Sugar Type2D', yet information on risk and complications of the sickness stays low. New data from 2019 finds that individuals with 'High Sugar Type2D' keep on rising.

Over 34 million Americans have 'High Sugar Type2D', which means around 1 out of 10. And roughly 90-95% of them have Type2D. Type2D most often develops in individuals over age 40. But nowadays, more and more children, teens, and young adults are also developing it. Nearly 11 percent of Americans have 'High Sugar Type2D', and that number is growing.

Shockingly, the wrong beliefs surrounding them are as widespread as this metabolic disorder itself. Here we expose the most widely spread three false views, surrounding Type2D.

For as long as 50 years, individuals determined to have 'High Sugar Type2D' have been encouraged to eat low-carb foods, high in fatty food and protein, and to abstain from eating high-starch nourishments like organic products, potatoes, squash, corn, beans, lentils, and entire grains.

Despite this popular attitude, over 55 years of logical research exhibits that a low-fatty food, the plant-based entire nourishments meal plan is the absolute best dietary approach for managing 'High Sugar Type2D'.

This means that low-fatty food has appeared across the board to minimize oral prescription and injection use, balance out blood glucose, and dramatically reduce the risk of long-term physical issues in people with 'High Sugar Type2D'.

False belief #1: You Create a 'High Sugar Type2D' From Eating A lot of sugar.

Eating sweets or sugary foods is not a direct cause of Type2D. People develop Type2D over time by slowly developing resistance to the digestive hormone, the hormone that helps glucose out of your blood and into the cell. Developing hormone resistance usually take 12 to 13 years, depending on the person.

I like to consider High Sugar Type2D as a very advanced form of digestive hormone resistance, in which glucose remains trapped in your blood. Because your system can't utilize injection or the digestive metabolites appropriately. In this way, raised blood glucose is an indication of Type2D and NOT the underlying driver.

The real cause of injection resistance is dietary fatty food. People with Type2D are advised to eat foods that are low in carbohydrates and high in fatty food and protein, simply because they don’t create an immediate requirement for digestive hormone.

In any case, in the hours and days after a feast high in fatty food and protein, your hormone needs to increase significantly, because both fatty food and protein make digestive hormone less potent over time.

Imagine the cells in your system are all locked behind closed doors. The digestive hormone is the key that opens the ways to permit glucose to enter your system's tissues.

Fatty foods gum up the locks so that the digestive hormone can’t perform its task. Leaving glucose outside in the circulatory system, knocking at the door. The issue isn’t the glucose, but the fatty foods preventing the digestive hormones from bringing glucose into the system’s cells.

False belief #2: Fruits and ground Vegetables Will raise Your Blood sugar level.

This is both true and false.

Many people with 'High Sugar Type2D' have experienced high blood glucose immediately after eating fruits or starchy vegetables. In this circumstance, it’s easy to point out carbohydrates, since it's the most coherent guilty party.

The truth is that your blood glucose spikes not because of the carbohydrate. But because the number of fatty foods in your meal was high. The more fatty foods are in the meal, the harder it is for the digestive hormone to get glucose into your cells. And out of your circulatory system.

Scientific evidence shows that eating medium-fatty food or high-fatty foods causes large blood glucose spikes than after eating foods containing carbohydrates.

Scientists categorized medium-fatty foods as one with greater than 45 grams of fatty food per day and a high-fatty food as one with greater than 75 grams of fatty foods. On average, Americans eat over 110 grams of fatty foods per day.

People who adopt a genuinely low-fatty food meal plan, which is less than 45 grams of fatty foods per day, can eat more starches without blood glucose spikes. Because the amount of fatty tissue in their muscles, liver, and blood is extremely low, which does not prevent the digestive metabolites from doing their task.

By adopting a truly low-fatty food, plant-based whole foods meal plan, your digestive hormone sensitivity will increase impressively, since you will gain the ability to metabolize carbohydrates more effectively.

So whenever your blood glucose is running strangely high, and you’re inclined to accuse the fruits or starchy vegetables, ask yourself a simple question: how much fatty foods have you been eating in the course of the last 48 to 72 hours?

If your fatty foods consumption was medium or high, then you are likely pointing your finger at the wrong party.

False belief #3: Fruits and ground Vegetables are all “simply Sugar” and Should be stayed away from it.

The misunderstanding starts with the word sugar.

The vast majority utilize the term sugar to refer to compounds found in fruits and ground vegetables, as well as man-made sweeteners found in packaged and processed foods in groceries.
To separate between the two sugar, I utilize the words refined sugar for human-made sugars and natural sugar or God-made sugar for fruits of the ground vegetables.

Fruits and root vegetables that contain natural sugar, made by God are nutritional powerhouses and should be eaten more of, not less.

This is because they come prepackaged with five classes of micronutrients, including water, cancer prevention agents, vitamins or micronutrients, macronutrients, fiber, and minerals. These micro-nutrients act as behind-the-scenes cast individuals, that influence how we digest, process, and utilize the micronutrients & macronutrients we eat.

In the same way that outlines are the guidance manual for building a house, micronutrients are directions, that direct how carbohydrates, fatty foods, and protein will be digested, absorbed, transported, uptake, and burned for energy.

These micronutrients transfer fundamentally significant messages, for example,
Take this protein.
Don't take up calcium.
Read the sequence of DNA.

Express this gene.
Make this protein for cells.
Discharge this hormone for development.

Store glucose in the liver.
Stop this procedure in mitochondria.
Start this procedure at the cells.

Debase this protein and out.
Burn glucose from the liver for energy,
or store excess sugar as fatty foods in the adipose tissue or muscle tissue. 
And so forth.

Nourishments containing refined sugars like sucrose, dextrose, and high fructose corn syrup have just a small amount of the micronutrients. They are processed extremely quickly in the stomach and then go to the bloodstream, due to low fiber content, comparingly to fruits, and vegetables.
As a result, refined sugars spike blood sugar levels while natural sugars or God-made sugar keep blood glucose in the normal range.

Without these micronutrient directions, your stomach-related framework makes some troublesome memories seeing how to process the macronutrients like sugar, fatty foods, and protein appropriately, and this can bring about enormous swings in blood glucose.

Without these micronutrient instructions, your digestive system has a difficult time understanding how to metabolize the macronutrients. Like carbohydrates, fatty foods, and protein properly. And this can result in large swings in blood sugar spikes.

This is also true of many refined and processed carbohydrates like white bread and most breakfast cereals or grains.

False belief # 4: All people with 'High Sugar Type2D' think that the excess sugar needs to be out of the blood only, no need to throw out of the system.

Imagine your system as a big sugar container. At birth, the container is empty. Over 3 to 4 decades, you eat sugar and refined carbohydrates, and the container gradually fills up.
When you next eat, sugar comes in and spills over the sides of the container because the container is already full.

The same situation exists in your system. When you eat sugar and or high carbohydrate food, your system releases the digestive hormone to help move the sugar into your cells, where it is used for energy. If you don't burn off that sugar suf­ficiently, then over 3 to 4 decades, your cells become completely filled and cannot handle anymore.

The next time you eat sugar, the injection cannot force any more of it into your overflowing cells, so it spills out into the blood. Sugar travels in your blood in a form called glucose, and having too much of it—known as high blood glucose—is a primary sign of 'High Sugar Type2D'.

When there's too much glucose in the blood, the digestive metabolites do not appear to be doing their usual job of moving the sugar into the cells. Then we say that the system has become digestive hormone-resistant, but it's not truly the hormone's fault.

The primary problem is that the cells are overflowing with glu­cose. High blood glucose is only part of the issue. Not only is there too much glucose in the blood, but there's also too much glucose in all of the cells of the system. Type2D is simply an overflow situation that occurs when there is too much glucose in the whole system.

In response to excess glucose in the blood, the system releases even more digestive metabolites to overcome this resistance. This forces more glucose into the overflowing cells to keep the blood levels normal. This works, but the effect is only temporary because it has not addressed the problem of excess sugar; it has only moved the excess sugar from the blood to the cells, making digestive hormone resistance even worse.

At some point, even with more digestive hormones, the system cannot force any more glucose into the cells.

Think about packing a piece of luggage. At first, the clothes go into the empty luggage without any trouble. Once the luggage is full, however, it becomes difficult to jam in those last two T-shirts. You reach a point where you can't close the luggage. You could say the luggage appears to be resisting the clothes. This is similar to the overflow situation we see in our cells.

Once that luggage is full, you might simply use more force to shove those last T-shirts. This strategy will only work temporarily because you have not addressed the underlying problem of the overfilled luggage. As you force more t-shirts into the luggage, the problem only becomes worse. A better solution is to remove some of the clothes from the luggage.

What happens in the system if you do not remove the excess glucose? First, the system keeps increasing the amount of digestive hormone it produces to try to force more glucose into the cells. But this only creates more injection resistance, then becomes a vicious cycle. When the digestive hormone levels can no longer keep pace with rising resistance, blood glucose spikes. That's when you diagnose 'High Sugar Type2D Individual'.

As well ONCE DR. VERNER WHEELOCK said, - “If I had a flood in my house…
I would not spend day after day, week after week, or year after year buying buckets, mops, and towels. I would not be inventing different types of buckets and more expensive mops or drainage systems to ensure the water drained away quickly.

Instead, I would find the source of the water and turn it off!”

Moreover, I would like to conclude this with Dr. Sarah Hallberg's eye-opening presentation in 2015 at a TEDx event at Purdue University, Indiana, United States, which accounted for over 5 million views on YouTube and is still growing.

Where she said: 'Controlling High Sugar Type2D without injections starts with ignoring the guidelines.'

Nutritionist Khan

Nutritionist Khan helps people to educate about the 'High Sugar Type2D'. And how to get not only symptomatic relief but also control over elevated sugar levels without the uncomfortable injections by proper meal plan.

He is a nutritionist & specialized in educating individuals with the 'High Sugar Type2D'. Currently, he is living in Toronto, Canada, and working as a Chief Nutrition Officer at NutritionistKhan.com & WorkwithMoe.com.

If you are interested to learn how to get control over the 'High Sugar Type2D' through proper meals, then reach out to him. And request a pitch-free discovery call today to brainstorm the best way to help you.