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WEDNESDAY, Sept. 9, 2015 (HealthDay News) New research suggests that short bouts of high-intensity exercise could help reverse some early cardiac changes in. New research suggests that short bouts of high-intensity exercise could help reverse some early cardiac changes in people with type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 diabetes can sometimes result in a loss of heart function. However, the results of a new study suggest this function may be. F ifteen-minute workouts could reverse diabetes in just six weeks, new research suggests. A trial of overweight men found that shor.

A new study from Newcastle University, Britain has revealed that intense exercise on some days may reverse heart abnormalities in people suffering from Type 2 diabetes. People with Type 2 diabetes. New research suggests that short bouts of high-intensity exercise could help reverse some early cardiac changes in people with type 2 diabetes.

This is a caution zone — your blood sugar may be too high to exercise safely. Before exercising, test your urine for ketones — substances made when your body breaks down fat for energy. The presence of ketones indicates that your body doesn’t have enough insulin to control your blood sugar. “All intense exercise of any type has the potential to temporarily raise blood glucose instead of lowering it,” says Dr. Colberg.

Intense strength training would be 1) a focus on big multi-joint moves like the bench press, leg press, back squat, deadlift and overhead barbell press, 2) an eight to 12 rep max in which rep 13 is impossible due to so-called muscle failur. Although there’s no cure for type 2 diabetes, studies show it’s possible for some people to reverse it.Through diet changes and weight loss, you may be able to reach and hold normal blood sugar. In a review published in January 2015 in the journal Diabetes Spectrum, researchers found that performing short bursts of exercise (at least 70 percent of maximum aerobic capacity) followed by rest.

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In some people with type 1 diabetes, the symptoms of hypoglycemia occur several hours after cessation of exercise, perhaps because subsequent insulin doses (in people using multiple daily insulin injections) are not adjusted to accommodate the exercise-induced decrease in blood glucose.

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Exercise increases the sensitivity of muscle cells to insulin, which is one reason it is encouraged in people with type 2 DM, particularly those with insulin resistance and hyperinsulinaemia, and it has a beneficial effect on cardiac risk factors (Chipkin, Klugh & Chasan-Taber 2001; Thomas, Elliott & Naughton 2007).

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Strenuous exercise in the absence of adequate insulin can precipitate diabetic ketoacidosis in those with very poorly controlled type 1 diabetes.

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Many clients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes can exercise safely if their condition is managed well and they know how to recognise signs and symptoms of hypoglycaemia (low blood glucose levels) or hyperglycaemia (high blood glucose levels).

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It is now well established that regular physical exercise not only improves blood glucose control, but also can prevent or delay type II diabetes, in addition to positively affecting lipids, blood pressure, cardiovascular events, death rate, and quality of life (Morrato et al., 2007).

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Hypoglycemia One of the greatest risks of exercise is inducing hypoglycemia, an abnormally decreased level of glucose in the blood, in patients who are taking either insulin or sulfonylureas.

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The additional potential beneficial effects of exercise training to lower cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetes may reduce the risk of macrovascular or atherosclerotic complications typical of diabetes.

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• Regular physical activity, however strenuous exercise can reduce blood glucose levels and type 1 diabetics will need to monitor blood glucose levels and adjust insulin doses accordingly.

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Exercise intolerance In diabetic patients without evidence of heart disease, but with asymptomatic cardiac vagal neuropathy, exercise capacity and HR, BP, and cardiac stroke volume responses to exercise were diminished.

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Because much of the improvement in insulin sensitivity following a bout of exercise is transient, it is recommended that patients with diabetes engage in aerobic exercises at least every other day or 3–5 days each week.

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  • my dad has type 2 diabetes this video will help him so far his victory has been good try this and maybe help you too. Click this link… https://bit.ly/2NJ39U7

  • Excellent Video clip! Excuse me for butting in, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you thought about Patlarny Sugar Outcome Principle (search on google)? It is a good exclusive guide for reversing diabetes without the headache. Ive heard some decent things about it and my friend Sam at last got excellent success with it.

  • You are a athlete keep going don’t stop Which is better a cardio or weight training? I can do either How can you tell if your A1C is getting lower without a blood test? My numbers are 7 in morning and hold at 8 through out day? I am doing walking at home program and glucozone weight training every day 5 miles walking Oh and one hour of sex lol just joking Hi from Toronto

  • Your dark skin patches on your elbows, knees, knuckles, joints etc is called acanthosis nigricans and is a sign of insulin resistance.

  • Hello Doc,is olive oil is good for type 2 diabetes? I take 1 spoon of extra virgin olive oil with pins of himalayan pink salt after un hour some rushes came out from my lower back.. what this mean?

  • My number was way high tonight. Immediately found this exercise to bring it down or at least try to bring my number down. To my surprise I was able to do all of the exercises… I immediately hit subscribe. �� Thank you

  • You are wrong about fats mate.
    Fats do not cause a person to get fat!
    It is carbohydrates, which include all breads, rice, pasta, spaghetti, potatoes, sweet corn, etc, which all turn into sugar in the body.
    The foods that do not turn into sugar, are meat, chicken, eggs (fried, boiled, poached) cheese, and vegetables.
    Vegetables are a carbodrate, but very low in starch, except for potatoes, corn, sweet peas.
    So eating any bread, pasta, rice, are all putting heaps of sugar into your body.
    Sorry but I just had to tell you this.

  • portion control.and watch the process carbs. you can have good fats like olive oil and grass fed butter. it keeps your blood glucose in. check. be careful of alot of fruit it will raise the suger you can have fruit like berries.

  • I just found your story! I got my bloodwork back yesterday and I am getting ready to start a plant base diet. This was encouraging to me and my husband. Thanks you!!

  • This is great, I will do it everyday coz my doctor says I am pre diabetic so I have to do exercise and this is very helpful. Thank you very much

  • Hlo brother I am from Nepal. Now I am in qatar 4 months ago I got 224 fasting blood sugar. My doctor told me if I drop my sugar level within 1 month than I didn’t need to take midican but if the sugar level is same than I have to take medican. She gave me 1 month time I am 31 yrs old. I told her I do it. Than after that day star I control my diet no sugar, no white rice, no fasting food. Every early morning I drink fenugreek water and also chew fenugreek and go for morning walk than do 45 min gym. Eat 1 time brown rice, 1 time brown roti. Cucumber, onion, garlic. Every month I go for check my blood gulscuso it’s came 101, other month 95 but my alc level came 8.5% after 4 month last my 3 months test my alc its 5.89%. Fasting sugar 82 I do it. Within 4 months no medican. Treat by my food and doing excess. It’s real its happen to me.

  • I’m not diabetic but I’ve been on an OMAD zero carb/zero sugar for a year and a half now and hit the gym 1st thing every morning on an empty stomach for like 3 years now, but just recently my legs have been feeling so numb and tingly, feet are always cold now and I’ve started hitting the legs harder, as I tended to skip leg day…..any thoughts??

  • Thank you for all that info! I looked into all your food, supplements, and book recommendations. As well as the fb group. I’m looking forward to finding out more. Starting my own health journey. So thank you again this makes me feel hopeful.

  • Hey, i like this gulose exercise,especially design for diabetes, thanks family for this excerise! It off the chains!������♒♻♎◻��〰������������〰◻����〰��〰

  • I think it’s great….especially if you have something wrong with yur legs
    There’s enough movement upper torso….simply gr8 thanks

  • thank you Caroline, I found you through my work, I am pre-diabetic and I want to get better, so far I just go for walks after work but I been lazy to do any kind of excersice you make it look so easy, I have to do it, thank you.

  • I’m a type 2 and I see my sugar go way down in my weight lifting workouts. I have to make sure I go into it with sugar at least 120-140 and by the time I’m done sugar down in the 80’s & 90’s.

  • yes i like very much at leadt i can excercise at home esp this lockdown no going out im a pwd n senior member tnx for sharing gbu vsroline tnx a lot u gave mr an idea to excetsisr st homr

  • Kudos for the video content! Excuse me for the intrusion, I would appreciate your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Patlarny Sugar Outcome Principle (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a smashing exclusive guide for reversing diabetes minus the normal expense. Ive heard some decent things about it and my friend after a lifetime of fighting got astronomical success with it.

  • Good info, I didn’t get the HOW to stop the blood sugar spikes though, only an explanation of why it goes up and advice to monitor it.

  • Good morning sir,
    Thank you for your video.
    Sir, I have a small doubt please clarify it.
    if I take dry fruits or banana or any fruit just 10-15 minutes after exercise
    then ‘highly glucose’ can pumped into blood and that it causes diabetes?

  • I’m a diabetic who needs to get my weight under control and my diabetes and this workout was so easy and great for me love it hope you continue to make more

  • Hi,i’m from the phillipines,and im very thankful that i’ve found your exercises for the diabetic people,almost everyday ill do that exercise and follow u…

  • Hello carolyn, I like your exercises, but I noticed that from 125 I’m down to 120, I like to gain a little weight like going back to 130, my blood sugar and blood pressure is good

  • Kudos for the video content! Forgive me for the intrusion, I am interested in your opinion. Have you researched Patlarny Sugar Outcome Principle (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is an awesome one off guide for reversing diabetes without the hard work. Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my buddy got cool results with it.

  • Thank You Caroline! Super this will be my daily exercise,,since I knew i have developed type 2 diabetic. Wish to follow more level.tq

  • Am forever grateful to God for curing me from Diabetes type 1 after many years of finding a cure am ready to share this with anyone out there who he or she might also be thinking or believing no cure for Diabetes kindly email me [email protected] gmail.com

  • Hi phil,, my husband has type 2 diabetes, he lost 20kg within 6 months. Now he is just 59kg����. Now He started to eat more protein rich diet and avoiding carbohydrates and sugar. His blood sugar is still high even with workout… whats the reason for that and what to do now. Pls let me know. ��

  • Seems like it would be easier just to eat in a manner that doesn’t trigger a ton of insulin in your body. This way, you’re just trying to exercise off toxicity. Root cause people. Root cause.

  • This excise is so much fun, I have been doing daily for 2 months now and feeling a lot better. Never thanks enough to Caroline. You are amazing!!

  • hi everyone,if anyone else is searching for remedy for diabetes try Jadonite Proven Diabetes Buddy (do a search on google )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.

  • I’m not sure but,if anyone else is searching for diabetes can be reversed try jadonite proven diabetes buddy (have aquick look on google cant remember the place now ) have heard some awesome things about it.

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  • 27 years old, lifelong type 2, beginning to experience kidney issues. This workout has given me energy i didn’t know I had left in me. Thank you.

  • HIIT when done at very high intensity will raise insulin. As valuable as HIIT can be, in the context of T2D, I think making a more strategic choice of the style of HIIT would be wise, i.e. for T2D patients find a style of HIIT that doesn’t raise insulin.

  • I agree with conclusions presented here. And it is what has been concluded previously by many others, many times: “You can’t outrun a bad diet.” The subtitle might be “You can slightly improve metabolic health with exercise within the context of a bad diet.”

    Smarter conclusions:
    1. We need to start eating better quality food. (Healthy fats, including saturated fat, and non-processed carbs).
    2. We need to incorporate some sort of fasting protocol into our lives.

    These two things are likely the only things that will have any impact on diabetes type II.

  • Regarding the data around 8;00, these are the conclusions I would draw…
    1. The body doesn’t NEED to be in a “fed state” in order to do exercise. Blood glucose is easily increased during intense, or even moderate, activity in a fasted state. (try this on yourself with a glucose monitor).
    2. When people do exercise in a “fed state,” the body will focus on reducing serum glucose if it is too high (because it is toxic). Biology is smarter than we give it credit for.

    3. We need to redefine what a “fed state” means. We need to make a distinction between “fed state” (having just eaten a meal in the hour or two previously) versus “energy loaded state” (having ample liver and muscle glycogen available due to consistent and ample food intake)
    This latter distinction is the state of virtually everyone in the western world.

    One further comment: This all serves to highlight the inadequacy of the energy balance model (the implication to arbitrarily burn off excess energy consumed) in application to animals. This industrial propaganda needs to be exposed for the mind-control deception it is.

  • Do you or anyone in your family is struggling with Type 2 Diabetes? I highly suggest these two books (link in description) for some really great information on Whole Food Plant-based diet.

  • Hi. Diabetes is defined as a1c over 6.4. Below 6.4 and down to about 5.9 is “pre-diabetes.” For someone who does have type 2 Diabetes, keeping A1C under 7 is most important, and under 6.5 is considered “controlled.” Obviously the goal is to reverse the numbers and get them as low as possible, but those are the numbers the docs use and the blood test reference ranges show.

  • I’m pre-diabetic and my weight is always from 92 lbs to 94 lbs and I never take diabetic test at home but I like your exercise because it help my muscles. I felt better after I did this exercise. I have to take a few minutes at half way because I felt tired. Thank you very much. I will follow your exercise everyday or every other day because I’m lazy.

  • I’m 29 and my A1C is 5.6 my doctor says I’m prediabetic.
    My father suffers from diabetes and kidney failure and recently had an amputation. I am terrified to end up like him. So I’m dieting but when it comes to exercise I dont know what to do

  • Can i wear socks in the house when doing these exercises or should i wear shoes.? I keep my house clean. So, no shoes in the house. Thank you.

  • Hi thank you for this simple workout at home at my convenience. I am diabetic also 70yr. Aches and pain showing up now. Want to be fit till then.
    Take care love from South Africa

  • Thanks a lot.you are great,I shared with my love ones, Really Appreciate,God bless you,Did it right now,it’s easy to do,love you tk care,be safe, Thank you so much ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Blessed morning just came across ur video gosh u have me lol. Congratulations to you i too was diagnosed with diabetes and i told my doctor i am not going on any meds i am gonna fix this give me 30 days lol. In 30 days i went back to my dr yes his mouth opened n he looked at me like Gee you did it everything is down n blood work is perfect. You can reverse it but its not easy n you have to be determined n focused.That day i changed everything i ate and did i cut of sugar and a lot of stuff. Cheese n condensed milk is my weakness i was still eating it but a little piece one a week. Our cultures are alike i’m from Trinidad n Tobago i love dhal, roti ( i make with wholewheat flour no ghee or oil) i love karilli (bitter melon) and lots of spices i grew up on these things > I give up a lot of meat also i pack my plate with vegetables n little indian basmati rice. I am so proud of u i think dates look like roaches lol but i want to try that recipe ur wife made i think i can eat it like that, let me know when you post it. Thanks again

  • Lovely Video clip! Sorry for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you considered Loowarn Inconceivable Desire (probably on Google)? It is an awesome exclusive guide for reversing diabetes type 2 minus the hard work. Ive heard some amazing things about it and my close friend Aubrey at last got excellent success with it.

  • Thank you so much. Testing has been scary lately. I appreciate finding your videos. And, will use them on a daily basis. I want to live… ��

  • Love the video brother. In terms same boat and same numbers buy on Metformin for 2yrs. 500mg per day. Eat chicken and beef but right to quit. Trying to do Keto since wheat bread raise my sugar levels a to 200 after an hour but comes down in an anither hour or so. Love fruits and vegetables. I’ll try your diet and let you know what happens. Have seen read what you shared. As well Dr Fung for fasting. I thought oil was ask! Anyways will let you know thanks

  • I RECOMMEND WALKING FOR 1 HOUR TO 1,5 HOUR, AND TAKE THE SAUNA AFTER, I DID EXACTLY THT AT MY LOCAL GYMCENTER (THEY HAVE SAUNA); MAN I FELT VERY GOOD AFTER THT…..I HAVE T2D.

  • Really inspiring…2 days back i got to know my AIC is too high but i never saw any symptoms that would bother me and I am literally shattered and in panic mode. I have started the diet n exercise right away and hopefully I will be able to reverse it back without medication for I requested my doctor to give me 3 months of time.

  • Thank you forthe information.

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  • last year in october 2019 I’m checking my hb1ac is 5,5% and some doctor says it’s normal but its red line to pre diabetes… so i’m freaking out and do the diet, and I’m losing my weight from 67 to 62 kg. My fasting blood glucose is range to 90-106, but after meal (2hours) my blood glucose drop below 100 sometimes 105-120 depens what i eat. I dont know are I’m prediabetes?

  • my sugar level is 6.3 every morning i am prediabetes i have been trying this exercise from 4 days but there is no change in my sugar level what should i do?? can u give me suggestion please??i would be so grateful

  • Caroline, thank you! This is the second video I have seen of yours and I really love them! I am 45 and Type 2 diabetic. I am not that overweight but I have the weight in the worst place, the gut! I also have tennis elbow and torn meniscus in my knee. So these videos are really helpful. Thank you!

  • Wow, just try it out with you and I am feeling so good. I shall endeavour to do it daily before I move to the next level. Thank you so much �� you are such a good instructor.

  • Omg!! I am getting so confused. I recently learnt keto help with weightloss and reverse diabetes.. now this guy reversed without eating tons of fat.

  • sir congrats…it was really a very inspiring video..but sir..the kind of routine and diet you mentioned thats approx rs 500-700 / day = rs 20000 /month…+ the work life balance/ routine hazards…so do you think ita affordable?? so its for the lucky and niche strata of the society…not for the masses…what say??����and a lot with being rich as well,,������

  • Kudos for the video content! Apologies for chiming in, I would love your thoughts. Have you heard about Patlarny Sugar Outcome Principle (Sure I saw it on Google)? It is a smashing exclusive product for reversing diabetes without the headache. Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my mate at last got amazing success with it.

  • Lovely video content! Excuse me for the intrusion, I am interested in your initial thoughts. Have you heard the talk about Loowarn Inconceivable Desire (erm, check it on google should be there)? It is a smashing one of a kind guide for stopping diabetes type II minus the headache. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my friend Sam finally got amazing results with it.

  • This is a great work out. I am pre. Woke up at 109. I found and tried video this morning. After I paused at 20 min mark it was 157. It’s never been that high level. I thought maybe a mistake. By the time I finished it was 114. Is there any meaning to that shift now that I am aware that I am pre and it “can be reversed”? I am determined to beat this.

  • WHAT THE HEALTH = fear mongering. Very ineffective way of changing and motivating people. They blame animal products and fat for diabetes. Man has been eating animal products for centuries but these lifestyle diseases only skyrocketed in the last few decades what happened in the last few decades? Ancel Keys happened. We were made to consume huge amounts of refined carbs and processed foods. Lifestyle disease skyrocketed. It’s not the animal product it’s the heavily processed food. Eat natural, unrefined, unprocessed food and exercise regularly. This is what works for me. I reversed my prediabetes with this.