By following a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and regaining insulin sensitivity with alpha lipoic acid, you can put yourself on the path to reverse your type 2 diabetes once and for all.
(PRWEB) September 14, 2012
Natural Health Sherpa, a leading health website, encourages the use of alpha lipoic acid instead of insulin to combat and reverse the effects of type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is one of the deadliest diseases in the world and still has no cure according the medical establishment.
The website states: “One out of every 10 Americans has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and millions more are walking around undiagnosed every day.”
“Originally thought to be a vitamin, alpha lipoic acid (also called lipoic acid or ALA) is a potent antioxidant that, unlike most antioxidants, is both water- and fat-soluble, making it active in virtually every cell in the body,” explains Natural Health Sherpa.
The leading health website reported that instead of giving patients insulin to control type 2 diabetes, other options need to be explored. The site explains that people with type 2 diabetes already have high insulin levels, thus giving more insulin likely isn’t the best solution.
This is where alpha lipoic acid comes in. “Alpha lipoic acid proponents claim that the antioxidant improves insulin sensitivity, lowers blood sugar, and helps treat complications related to type 2 diabetes, especially neuropathy.”
“By following a healthy diet, getting regular exercise, and regaining insulin sensitivity with alpha lipoic acid, you can put yourself on the path to reverse your type 2 diabetes once and for all,” concludes the website.
Natural Health Sherpa provides in-depth, science-based, independent reviews of natural health therapies and remedies that have been proven to be both safe and effective and are backed by good science -- multiple double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized studies. Unfortunately, there are many charlatans making bogus, unfounded claims in the natural health area, so our goal is to separate fact from fiction to pinpoint what actually works.