Do you have diabetes or prediabetes? There’s hope for change. This dynamic video course will empower you to address the root causes of disease through simple lifestyle strategies such as nutrition, exercise, comprehensive testing, and more. Join Dr. Wes Youngberg, author of Goodbye Diabetes, and Brenda Davis, world-renowned plant-based dietician, as they guide you through a hope-filled journey to undo your disease and reclaim your health.
Did you know?
Type 2 diabetes can be undone
In fact, it’s been scientifically proven that you can experience dramatic health improvement, freedom from medications, and even disease reversal itself—all by adhering to a healthy lifestyle. But that’s exactly why you’re here, isn’t it? Because, at the end of the day, the power to prevent and reverse your disease lies right in your hands. Welcome to Diabetes Undone.
Studies from Harvard University have shown that regular exercise
could prevent 30 to 50% of all new cases of diabetes.
Exercise can also powerfully help to reverse or improve diabetes.
Exercise and Insulin
Insulin resistance is the main driver of diabetes and prediabetes. This simply means that the cells (especially muscle and liver cells) don’t want to allow insulin to unlock them for sugar storage.
When you exercise, your muscle cells naturally require more glucose for energy. This dramatically helps to lower and control blood sugars.
The Nordic Medical Pole Walking Program
is the most effective exercise, covering all 4 forms of exercise
- After- meal exercise,
- Aerobic/Cardio exercise,
- Resistance /Strength training and
- Interval training.
After- meal exercise – patients with blood sugar problems can reduce their blood sugar spikes by 1 to 3 points for every minute of light to moderate exercise that they engage in immediately following a meal.
Aerobic/Cardio Exercise – this exercise involves continuous, rhythmic movements of your large muscle groups.
Resistance/ Strength Training – strengthens all the major muscle groups in the body. It can powerfully reduce insulin resistance and help balance blood sugars.
Interval Training – involves alternating short bursts of intense physical activity.