According to Dr. Sebi, Type 2 diabetes is caused by poor diet, obesity, white flour, all forms of sugar, and not exercising, etc. Type 2 diabetes is also known as a non-insulin-dependent diabetes, the pancreas produces enough insulin, but the body has issues using the insulin.
What Dr. Sebi said to avoid for type 2 diabetes sufferers
Type 2 diabetic victims lack the ability to taste sugar, therefore, they may eat more sugar. They should strive to eat natural sweets that are original in flavors. Furthermore, avoid or stop eating excess vegetable oil, also rancid nuts and seeds, eggs, cheese, white flour, greasy food, meat, white-flour products, and sugar.
Avoid using tobacco products because it will give you poor blood circulations. Avoid milk and coffee because coffee will increase your high blood pressure level. And you should avoid eating gluten foods such as wheat, oats, rice, and barley.
Dr. Sebi's type 2 diabetes foods
Non-insulin dependent diabetic generally have high blood sugar. A wholesome diet should be considered for type 2 diabetic people, the following foods recommended by Dr. Sebi should help.
- Eat more Whole Foods such as vegetables, fresh fruits, natural grains, fresh nuts and seeds. Those foods are excellent in fiber and they will balance the blood level (see the free natural food guide).
- Exercise at least twice a day to move sugar out of the bloodstream to the cells.
Dr. Sebi's natural herbs for type 2 diabetes
Poor circulation is always poor in diabetics, so make sure to get enough exercise; it will lower the blood sugar levels.
Type 2 diabetes herbal treatments that are recommended by Dr. Sebi:
- Dandelion root decreases blood sugar. Dandelion tea contains insulin-like chemicals.
- Huckleberry is helpful in insulin production.
- Cedar berries is very good in helping the pancreas.
- Burdock root is good for the blood, which it purifies.
- Black walnut is good for diabetes
- Bilberry bush
- Other helpful herbs for type 2 diabetes are echinacea, Buchu, and uva ursi.
References: Bine K. Bilberry: the vision herb. Mediherb prof Rev. 1997; 59:1-4
Fiber recommendations for individuals with diabetes: A quantitative assessment and met analysis of evidence. J Am Coll Nutr. 2004 Feb; 23 (1): 5-17
Dr. Afrika, Holistic Health