Diabetes Reversal Case Study Three – Reversal With Insulin Literacy and Insulin-Wise Eating

Majid Ali, M.D.

Literacy is ability to critical think about what is read and written. Several years ago I coined the terms insulin literacy to sharply focus on what insulin is, how it preserves health, and prevents a host of chronic diseases, and when and how it becomes toxic. I coined the term insulin-wise eating to help people without medical background to apply insulin literacy to eating for the prevention and reversal of diabetes and related health disorders. Below, I offer my simplified guidelines for insulin-wise eating and present an illustrative case study.

Case Study

A 68-year old 6’2″ man weighing 220 Lbs consulted me for uncontrolled hypertension. He had seen his primary physician regularly and had the routine lab tests (including blood sugar) done. He was told all his lab test results were within normal ranges. His medication for controlling hgh blood pressure had been unsatisfactory. Neither he nor his doctor suspected that he might have prediabetes let alone diabetes.

His insulin and glucose profiles which I obtained are presented in the table below. After making the diagnosis of diabetes to his great dismay, I suggested that we try to reverse diabetes with an insulin-wise food plan (guidelines given below) and non-goal-oriented excersie in the form of simple walking. The table below also presents the data showing complete reversal of diabetes type 2.

 

Insulin and Glucose Profiles of a 68-Year Old Male Weighing 220 Lbs Who Presented With Uncontrolled Hypertension and “Normal” Blood Sugar Levels

7/10/13

Fasting

½ HR

1 HR

2 HRS

3 HRS

Insulin

25.1

56.2

79.6

111.4

91.9

Glucose

145

251

313

291

145

7.7.2014

7/7.2014

Fasting

½ HR

1 HR

2 HRS

3 HRS

Insulin

19.1

23.0

18.6

17.1

12.7

Glucose

129

123

117

114

Simplified Diet for Reversing Insulin Toxicity and Diabetes

1. Breakfast
1.1 4 days / week: Dr. Ali=s Protein Shake Breakfast (Details at http://www.drali1.org)
1.2 3 days / week Dr. Ali’s Spice Omelette (Recipes at http://www.drali1.org)
1.3 Bacon and sausages (best avoided or used sparingly)
1.4 Coffee or tea (if necessary) with cream and stevia sweetener

2. Mid-morning Snack
2.1 Water
2.2 If needed, protein shake snacks / hard-boiled egg / small portion of cheese

3. Lunch
3.1 Salad
3.2 Cold-pressed oils (olive oil, yellow sesame oil, avocado oil) in large amounts)
3.3 Vegetables (raw, steamed, and/or stir-fried, in this order)
3.4 Spiced plain yogurt 1/3 cup
3.5 Salad
3.6 Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, cheeses

4. Mid-afternoon Snacks
4.1 Water
4.2 Nuts & seeds (pumpkin, sunflower, melon, sesame)
4.3 If needed, protein shake snacks / eggs / cheeses

5. Dinner
5.1 Salad
5.2 Cold-pressed oils
5.3 Vegetables (raw, steamed, and stir-fried, in this order)
5.4 Proteins: eggs, chicken, turkey, fish, lamb, and beef (Recipes at http://www.drali1.org)

To simplify the plan further, focus on breakfast the first week, add lunch the second
week, and add dinner the third week.

 


Learning Materials for Insulin Intelligence

I suggest you continue your study of insulin with my three seminars on the subject included in my Insulin Toxicity Course and my Book entitled “Diabetes Reversal With Insulin Literacy,” which can be downloaded now:

7 Extended Videos (over 5 hour) and Dr. Ali’s Book

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