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A Cure for Diabetes?

(Dr Mark Hyman) Recently, I attended a convention of the American Diabetes Association in New York City where the main booth heralded a breakthrough “cure” for diabetes. Excited to think I might learn something new I hustled right over. Imagine my dismay when all the information at the booth was about weight-loss surgery!
Do we need a cure? Absolutely!
Is surgery a one-size-fits-all solution for diabetes? No way…
I have seen many patients go under the knife for these procedures only to gain back the weight they lost, plus some. Weight-loss surgery may seem like a panacea, but it won’t solve the underlying hormonal and metabolic imbalances that are driving the diabetes and obesity…
Instead of glorifying the ability of weight-loss surgery to stem the tide of Type 2 diabetes in this country, we need to remember that Type 2 diabetes is an entirely preventable and reversible lifestyle disease. Let me repeat, there is clear evidence from the scientific literature that diabetes is reversible, especially if it is caught early and treated aggressively through lifestyle intervention and nutritional support, and occasionally with medications. In many cases even later stage diabetes can be reversed with very intensive lifestyle changes, medications and supplements…
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Community: There are a number of non-surgical, non-medicinal ways to prevent or minimize the effects of diabetes.
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