Diabetes Juicing Lowers Blood Sugar and Reverses Type 2 Diabetes

 

Diabetes Juicing Helps to Control & Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes

Studies have proven that diabetes juicing helps people with Type 2 diabetes and other health problems including heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, high cholesterol, and chronic fatigue -- just to name a few.

The key is to make sure that you juice the right foods and drink the juice at the right time.

For example, one of the best times to drink a glass of raw juice is 30 minutes before your breakfast. That helps to nourish your cells, which are starving since you haven't eaten for the past 8 hours while you were sleeping.  

When I was diabetic, diabetes juicing helped me to lower my blood sugars in a matter of days because the nutrients in the juice were able to get into my cells so much more quickly.

And, diabetes juicing also helped me to stabilize my blood sugar and reverse my Type 2 diabetes into remission.

Even if you don't like to juice, drinking a green smoothie will also provide similar nutrients in addition to healthy fats and fiber, making it ideal as a replacement meal.

In order to educate yourself about diabetes juicing that can improve your blood sugar and reverse your Type 2 diabetes into remission, then, get my popular Power of Raw Juicing book.

And, don't forget that you get the juicing ebook free of charge when you order a printed copy of the juicing book. 

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The Benefits of Diabetes Juicing 

Raw juicing is recognized as a powerful nutritional therapy that can help lower your blood sugar and help reverse your Type 2 diabetes.

Some of the benefits of diabetes juicing and green smoothies include, but, are not limited to the following:

  • Live a happier life
  • Enjoy the things in life that diabetes took away
  • Lower blood pressure
  • Lower inflammation
  • Lower cholesterol
  • Lower insulin resistance
  • Reverse Type 2 diabetes naturally (into remission)
  • Better blood glucose and insulin control
  • Stabilized blood sugar
  • Reduced cravings
  • Weight loss
  • Reduced belly fat
  • Removal of toxins (Detox)
  • Healthier liver and kidneys
  • Need for less medications
  • Strengthen and rebalance immune system
  • Support proper digestion
  • Improved digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Prevent macular degeneration
  • Prevent heart disease
  • Improve joint health
  • Support brain health and prevent depression
  • Accelerated cell repair and healing

Taking a quote from the movie The Girl Next Door: "The juice is worth the squeeze." :-) 

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Green Smoothies Help to Control & Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes

Author's Sidebar: Most people (including myself) eventually get tired of diabetes juicing for one reason or another. Juicers can be a pain sometimes especially in operating them and cleaning the various parts. :-)

Well, blenders (especially high-powered blenders) don't have those problems -- they're easy to use and very easy to clean. So, I decided to expand my Power of Juicing book to include a smoothie section. Smoothies, if created the right way, provide similar benefits that juicing provides, plus a few other benefits. 

I experienced a tremendous benefit the first time I tried green smoothies because the medications that I was taking kept me from being regular. But, after a few green smoothies ... wow! ... I felt energized and lost quite a bit of weight! :-) 

FYI: Two of the top super blenders are Vitamix and Blendtec. I'm partial to Blendtec because it's easier to use (pre-programmed buttons) and easier to clean. :-)

What is a Green Smoothie?

A smoothie is a healthy version of a milkshake and is a nice alternative for people who either don't like to juice or get tired of juicing and cleaning the juicer everyday.

A green smoothie is an even healthier version of a regular smoothie. These green smoothies are scrumptious and easy to make with your blender. Smoothie recipes are included in the juicing book.

Although it seems simple (just throw some stuff into a blender and press Start), most people don't know how to make a healthy, well--balanced smoothie that will alkalize their body and reverse their diabetes while optimizing their health.

You don't need to use syrup and lots of fruit to make a smoothie taste good. If you use ripe fruits, tons of sugar shouldn’t be needed.

Because smoothies contain all 4 major macronutrients (carbs, proteins, fats and water) plus fiber, smoothies can be used as a replacement meal.

Make certain that your smoothie contains more vegetables than fruit -- use only a small amount of fruit to add flavor, so that you maximize the nutritional value and limit any glycemic effects (i.e. high blood glucose spikes).

Also, always ensure that you use a high-powered blender and also ensure that your smoothie contains the following five (5) components: a base, a liquid, some fruit, a nutritive additive, and a flavoring additive.

Examples of a base, a liquid, a fruit, a nutritive additive such as chlorella, and a flavoring additive (in that order) are an avocado/banana, almond milk, blueberries, raw spinach (or kale), and cinnamon.

For more details about the 5 components of healthy smoothies, how to make them, and where to buy the right type of blender (and why) plus lots of great recipes,  get my Power of Juicing & Smoothies ebook.

Not Sure What to Drink?

If you're not sure what to drink to help control your blood sugar and reverse your diabetes, then, get my Power of Diabetes  Juicing & Smoothies book.

Diabetes Juicing Book

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The Diabetes Juicing & Smoothies Book

This juicing book explains the importance of diabetes juicing, and how to use the power of juicing and green smoothies to better control your blood sugar and reverse your diabetes into remission. 

This book provides diabetic juicing recipes, diabetic smoothie recipes, and additional recipes for other ailments including edema, fatigue, high blood pressure, indigestion, obesity, arthritis, eye problems, and kidney problems.

This ebook also explains how to take your juicing to the next level.

Key topics in the diabetic juicing book include:

  • Vegetables and Fruits by Color
  • Juicing for Diabetes and Weight Loss
  • Vegetable Juicing
  • Juicers
  • Juicing -- Where to Start
  • Guidelines for Juicing
  • Introduction to Juicing Vegetables
  • Juice Fasting
  • Health Benefits of Vegetable Juices
  • Health Benefits of Fruit Juices
  • Juice Recipes
  • Juice Recipes for Diseases and Ailments
  • Juicing for Weight Loss
  • Juice Recipes
  • How to Make Green Smoothies
  • Recipes for Smoothies
  • Storing Vegetables & Fruits

Get the Diabetes Juicing & Smoothies ebook (or the 8½ x 11 hardcopy booklet) to learn how to juice and drink tasty smoothies that will control and reverse  your diabetes more effectively; and, eliminate your cravings for junk food and fast food.

Remember: It's 2-books-in-1: a juicing book and a smoothies book.

These great diabetic juicing recipes will also help you to lose weight, get rid of that belly fat, wean off those dangerous diabetic and high blood pressure drugs, and help to improve your diabetes .

Juicing provides an additional way to increase the number of fruit and vegetable servings one gets in a day. If you leave the pulp in the juice you still get the fiber as well. It can add variety to your diet and may make some vegetables and fruits that you don’t particularly like more palatable. 

Just remember that raw  juicing is only one aspect of an optimal approach for both preventing and treating diabetes and possibly other health problems.

Start juicing to reverse your Type 2 diabetes today!

Next Steps

If you want to accelerate your body's cell repair and healing processes, then, get the Power of Raw Juicing and Smoothies ebook and start using our diabetic juicing recipes.  

 

Clinical References for Diabetes Juicing

Intake of Fruit, Vegetables, and Fruit Juices and Risk of Diabetes in Women

Lydia A. Bazzano, MD, PHD,1 Tricia Y. Li, MD, MS,2 Kamudi J. Joshipura, BDS, MS, SCD,3 and Frank B. Hu, MD, PHD4

Diabetes Care. 2008 Jul; 31(7): 1311–1317.

Results: During follow-up, 4,529 cases of diabetes were documented, and the cumulative incidence of diabetes was 7.4%. An increase of three servings/day in total fruit and vegetable consumption was not associated with development of diabetes (multivariate-adjusted hazard ratio 0.99, whereas the same increase in whole fruit consumption was associated with a lower hazard of diabetes. An increase of 1 serving/day in green leafy vegetable consumption was associated with a modestly lower hazard of diabetes, whereas the same change in fruit juice intake was associated with an increased hazard of diabetes.

Conclusions: Consumption of green leafy vegetables and fruit was associated with a lower hazard of diabetes, whereas consumption of fruit juices may be associated with an increased hazard among women.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2453647/

Nutrient-extraction blender preparation reduces postprandial glucose responses from fruit juice consumption

K M Redfern,1 V L Cammack,1 N Sweet,1 L A Preston,1 SoBHCS Student Team, M A Jarvis,1,2 and G A Rees

Nutr Diabetes. 2017 Oct; 7(10): e288.

Conclusions: In summary, our present study demonstrates the potential of commercially available nutrient-extractor-type blenders to reduce GI associated with consumption of fruit juice. Ongoing and future work is examining the effects of nutrient extraction on postprandial responses of individual fruits and fruit mixtures alongside nutritional analysis. However, this initial study identifies nutrient extraction as one means by which fruit juice can be consumed within a dietetic strategy for glycemic control.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5678208/

Pomegranate juice, but not an extract, confers a lower glycemic response on a high-glycemic index food: randomized, crossover, controlled trials in healthy subjects.

Kerimi A1, Nyambe-Silavwe H1, Gauer JS1, Tomás-Barberán FA2, Williamson G

Am J Clin Nutr. 2017 Dec;106(6):1384-1393.

Conclusions: These data indicate that pomegranate polyphenols, when present in a beverage but not in a supplement, can reduce the postprandial glycemic response of bread, whereas microbial metabolites from pomegranate polyphenols exhibit the potential to further modulate sugar metabolism much later in the postprandial period.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29021286

Pomegranate and type 2 diabetes.

Banihani S1, Swedan S, Alguraan Z.

Nutr Res. 2013 May;33(5):341-8.

Abstract: One key mechanism by which pomegranate fractions affect the type 2 diabetic condition is by reducing oxidative stress and lipid peroxidation. Fasting blood glucose levels were decreased significantly by punicic acid, methanolic seed extract, and pomegranate peel extract. Known compounds in pomegranate, such as punicalagin and ellagic, gallic, oleanolic, ursolic, and uallic acids, have been identified as having anti-diabetic actions. Furthermore, the juice sugar fraction was found to have unique antioxidant polyphenols (tannins and anthocyanins), which could be beneficial to control conditions in type 2 diabetes. These findings provide evidence for the anti-diabetic activity of pomegranate fruit; however, before pomegranate or any of its extracts can be medically recommended for the management of type 2 diabetes, controlled, clinical studies, are needed.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23684435

Health benefit of vegetable/fruit juice-based diet: Role of microbiome.

Henning SM1, Yang J2, Shao P2, Lee RP2, Huang J2, Ly A2, Hsu M2, Lu QY2, Thames G2, Heber D2, Li Z

Sci Rep. 2017 May 19;7(1):2167. 

A short-term study in 20 healthy adults found that drinking 96 ounces (2.8 liters) of fresh juice per day for 3 days — while excluding all other foods — positively altered gut bacteria composition and promoted weight loss for up to 2 weeks after the intervention

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28526852

Is Juicing Safe and Healthy If You Have Diabetes?

Written by Ansley Hill, RD, LD on April 8, 2019

Research suggests that drinking fruit and vegetable juice could be an efficient way to access these valuable benefits.

Choosing more vegetable-based juices and paying attention to portion sizes are ways that may help reduce blood sugar response after drinking juice.

https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/juicing-for-diabetics#juicing

The best vegetables for type 2 diabetes

Last updated Thu 18 April 2019 By Nicole Galan Reviewed by Natalie Butler, RD, LD

The key to effective food management is to boost vegetable intake and reduce carbohydrate consumption elsewhere in the diet by cutting down on foods such as bread or sugary snacks.

A person with diabetes should include sufficient amounts of fiber and protein in the diet. Many dark, leafy greens are rich in fiber, protein, and other vital nutrients.

Fiber can help control blood glucose levels. Vegetables, fruits, nuts, and legumes have excellent fiber content.

Low-GI vegetables are also safe for people with diabetes, such as: artichoke, asparagus, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, lettuce, eggplant, peppers, snow peas, spinach, and celery.

Eating natural, nitrate-rich foods can reduce blood pressure and improve overall circulatory health. People should choose vegetables with naturally high nitrate content, rather than those with nitrate that manufacturers have added during processing.

Nitrate-rich vegetables include: arugula, beets and beet juice, lettuce, celery, and rhubarb.

https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/317225.php

Health benefit of vegetable/fruit juice-based diet: Role of microbiome

Susanne M. Henning,corresponding author Jieping Yang, Paul Shao, Ru-Po Lee, Jianjun Huang, Austin Ly, Mark Hsu, Qing-Yi Lu, Gail Thames, David Heber, and Zhaoping Li

Sci Rep. 2017; 7: 2167.

Here we demonstrated that a 3-day juice-based diet of drinking 6 bottles of fruit/vegetable juice blends (16 oz ea) resulted in a significant decrease in body weight (p = 2.0E−05). The observed weight loss remained significant and persisted over the following 2 weeks and may be related to changes in the microbiome.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5438379/

Effects and Mechanisms of Fruit and Vegetable Juices on Cardiovascular Diseases.

Zheng J1, Zhou Y2, Li S3, Zhang P4, Zhou T5, Xu DP6, Li HB

Int J Mol Sci. 2017 Mar 4;18(3). pii: E555.

The studies showed that fruit and vegetable juices affect cardiovascular risk factors, such as lowering blood pressure and improving blood lipid profiles. Drinking juices might be a potential way to improve cardiovascular health, especially mixtures of juices because they contain a variety of polyphenols, vitamins, and minerals from different fruits and vegetables. 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28273863

Fruit and vegetable consumption and diabetes mellitus incidence among U.S. adults.

Ford ES1, Mokdad AH.

Results: In the analytic sample of 9,665 participants, 1,018 developed diabetes mellitus. The mean daily intake of fruits and vegetables as well as the percentage of participants consuming five or more fruits and vegetables per day was lower among persons who developed diabetes than among persons who remained free of this disease.
Conclusions: Fruit and vegetable intake may be inversely associated with diabetes incidence particularly among women. Education may explain partly this association.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11162324

Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and the Incidence of Hypertension in Three Prospective Cohort Studies.

Borgi L1, Muraki I2, Satija A2, Willett WC2, Rimm EB2, Forman JP

Hypertension. 2016 Feb;67(2):288-93. Epub 2015 Dec 7.

Results: Consumption levels of ≥4 servings/week (as opposed to <1 serving/month) of broccoli, carrots, tofu or soybeans, raisins, and apples was associated with lower hypertension risk. In conclusion, our results suggest that greater long-term intake and increased consumption of whole fruits may reduce the risk of developing hypertension.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26644239

Effects and Mechanisms of Fruit and Vegetable Juices on Cardiovascular Diseases

Jie Zheng,1 Yue Zhou,1 Sha Li,2 Pei Zhang,1 Tong Zhou,1 Dong-Ping Xu,1 and Hua-Bin Li

Int J Mol Sci. 2017 Mar; 18(3): 555.

Conclusions: The effects of juices on cardiovascular diseases were widely studied. A large number of studies supported the view that consumption of juice could prevent the increase of blood pressure and improve lipids. Some juices, such as sweetie fruit juice, pomegranate juice, guava fruit juice, cherry juice, and beetroot juice could improve both SBP and DBP. On the other hand, juices like apple juice, berry juice, tomato juice could improve one’s lipid profile, such as lower serum LDL-C and total cholesterol, and increase adiponectin and triglyceride. 

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5372571/

Fruit and vegetable intake and risk of major chronic disease.

Hung HC1, Joshipura KJ, Jiang R, Hu FB, Hunter D, Smith-Warner SA, Colditz GA, Rosner B, Spiegelman D, Willett WC

J Natl Cancer Inst. 2004 Nov 3;96(21):1577-84.

Conclusions: Increased fruit and vegetable consumption was associated with a modest although not statistically significant reduction in the development of major chronic disease. The benefits appeared to be primarily for cardiovascular disease and not for cancer.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15523086

Note: For additional clinical references about vegetables and other foods, visit our General Clinical Studies web page. For clinical references about reversing Type 2 diabetes, visit our Clinical Studies for Reversing Type 2 Diabetes web page.

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