Is Diabetes Really Genetic?

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Is Diabetes Really Genetic?

Conventional genetic analysis focuses on the genes that account for precise phenotype traditional epidemiology is more disturbed with the environmental causes and risk factors related to traits. But the questions is diabetes genetic? In the world today, diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take. Genetic epidemiology is an alliance of the two fields that focuses on both genetics, including allelic variants in different populations and environment in order to explain exactly how genes convey effects in different environmental contexts and to come up at a more complete comprehension of the etiology of complex traits.

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“Learn to enjoy every minute of your life. Be happy now. Don’t wait for something outside of yourself to make you happy in the future. Think how really precious is the time you have to spend, whether it’s at work or with your family. Every minute should be enjoyed and savored.” – Earl Nightingale

What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a metabolic condition in which the body fails to produce enough insulin, Type One (1) Diabetes (T1D) results from autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing cells, which leaves the patient dependent on insulin injections for survival.

 

Type Two Diabetes

Type Two (2) which is also called as adult-onset diabetes, occurs when impaired insulin effectiveness or insulin resistance is accompanied by the failure to produce sufficient cell insulin. Patients can be placed on regimes to reduce weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections. The medical burden of diabetes Diabetes a large extent of consequence of macrovascular and microvascular complications of the disease, which results in large increases in morbidity and mortality. The causes of diabetes Diabetes is a disease related to elevated blood sugar levels. When an individual stop releasing and responding to normal amounts of insulin after eating foods with carbohydrates, sugar, and fats, an individual already have diabetes.

Insulin

Insulin is a hormone that is conked out and transported to cells to be used as energy; it is released by the pancreas to help with the storage of sugar and fats. But individuals who have diabetes do not respond to insulin properly, which causes high blood sugar levels and diabetes symptoms.

Five (5) – Step Plan to Reverse Diabetes

Step One: Remove these foods to reverse diabetes naturally

  • Refined sugar
  • Grains
  • Conventional cow’s milk
  • Alcohol
  • GMO foods
  • Hydrogenated oils

Step Two: Incorporate these foods to treat diabetes

  • Foods high in fiber
  • Foods high in chromium
  • Magnesium-rich foods
  • Healthy fats
  • Clean protein
  • Foods with a low glycemic load

Try these healthy recipes to help blood sugar and metabolism.

Step Three (3): Take these supplements for diabetes

  •  Cinnamon
  • Fish oil

Step Four (4): Follow a meal plan

Step Five (5): Exercise to balance blood sugar

Summary:

You do not know when will diabetes hit you, but better to be prepared than regret everything in the future. Make use of your life wisely. By Dr Jonathan Spages

Learn More:

What Foods to Avoid when you want to Reverse Diabetes Learn How to Beat Diabetes with Natural Diabetes Solutions

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  3. Debbie says:

    5 stars
    I really like how Dr spages explains that diabetes is not really genetic. I can’t wait to read more blog posts from him and learn more about how he goes about and reverses diabetes.

  4. Sunny says:

    5 stars
    I remember when I went to my doctor and he told me that my diabetes was genetic because my parents both had diabetes. I think Dr Spages is the only person that I’ve ever heard of that actually mentions that it’s not genetic. Why do the doctors lie in? I’ll see my doctor in about 3 weeks from my A1C test and I can’t wait to talk to him about this. I’m kind of sick of mainstream healthcare leading us diabetics in the wrong direction.

  5. John C says:

    5 stars
    It looks like this doctor is doing a natural approach to diabetes and losing weight. Do you have any good recipes that I could use to help lower my blood sugar levels and hopefully lessen my medication?

  6. Rachel Klein says:

    5 stars
    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had diabetes and I also have diabetes.

    Can you provide more information about your approach and why it’s better than just taking medication all day.

    I do hate taking pills but they seem to lower my blood sugar levels

  7. Brett says:

    5 stars
    I like the information Dr Spages provides. He really explains how to control blood sugar if you a diabetic. Thanks for the help Dr Spages

  8. Darryl says:

    5 stars
    Are you sure diabetes isn’t genetic? My parents both had diabetes and so did my cousins. Its been in my family for over 15 years. Please send me more info please.

  9. lucas says:

    5 stars
    This blog is a scam. You cannot reverse diabetes. I dont think this doctor knows what he is talking about. My doctor told me you cannot reverse diabetes!

  10. Sharon says:

    5 stars
    I really like this site! Thank you Dr Spages for helping diabetics, My mother died 3 years ago from type II diabetes. We need more doctors like you.

  11. Brian says:

    5 stars
    Thank you for explaining how to reverse diabetes naturally. Its makes a lot of sense. I wish my doctor actually spent the time to talk about these issues.

  12. Sarah G says:

    5 stars
    This was a lucky coincidence that I came across your blog and I actually have type 2 diabetes and would love help with it

  13. Alan Scott says:

    5 stars
    Eating Foods which is high in fiber can help you reverse you Type 2 Diabetes. I thank you for this Dr Jonathan Spages I AM battling diabetes this video is very encouraging I will practice this living in the South can be very challenging when it comes to food however it’s up to me to gain control of this situation and take responsibility for my health and well being and I appreciate you sharing this very important and valuable insight with us.

  14. Tenley says:

    5 stars
    Now I understand that it is really important to have a proper diet, and have a proper exercise. Maybe a small portion of genetics may have seen but it has a greater impact by the food that we eat. And I am glad that I have given a chance to read your blog for further information. Thank you Dr. Spages.

  15. Whelp says:

    5 stars
    I am a type 1 diabetic and from this video it tells me that the cause is unclear and generally is just from genetic reasons. That means it’s almost arbitrary and inevitable…

  16. Naila says:

    5 stars
    Amazing video! My dad and my grand dad died due to complications of type to diabetes now i know what really type to diabetes are thank you so much for this video.

  17. Luna says:

    5 stars
    Female. Soon to be 56 yrs old in a few days. Ignored the fact that I was pre-diabetic and diabetic for years. Doctors were telling me constantly to take my meds consistently and change my way of eating. They also emphasized exercise. I took these messages half seriously. In this year, I hit the 273 lb mark. Scared me. I was taking time off of the job due to my chronic condition. I drank beer, ate my usual bag of salted carbs, bread, bags of candy, fast food meals etc… My blood levels were in the 300’s. My blood pressure was way too high. I don’t want to die just yet. Got back on a kettle bell routine and re-introduced myself to power walking. FINALLY eliminated salt from my diet. Eating healthy. Suddenly, the weight is dropping with regularity. Checking my sugar levels with regularity. Taking my insulin dosage as prescribed by my doctor. I’m on the right track. Going to add more years to my life

  18. Kirby Androes says:

    You have a number of fine points there. I did a search on the subject matter and found most folks with type 2 diabetes will find value in your blog.

  19. Victor says:

    5 stars
    Patients can be placed on regimes to lose weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.

  20. Jacklyn says:

    5 stars
    Patients that has Type 2 Diabetes can be placed on regimes to reduce weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.

  21. Kathleen says:

    5 stars
    Type Two (2) diabetes which is also called as adult-onset diabetes, occurs when impaired insulin effectiveness or insulin resistance is accompanied by the failure to produce sufficient cell insulin.

  22. Honey Jean says:

    5 stars
    In the world today, Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  23. Kelsie says:

    5 stars
    You do not know when will Type 2 diabetes hit you, but better to be prepared than regret everything in the future. Make use of your life wisely.

  24. Malisa Humprey says:

    genetic or whatsoever it is I think should have a proper eating and diet and do some exercise if we want to have long life.

  25. Russell Brinkmeyer says:

    You just gave me a wider explaination about this diabetes Dr. Spages. And I realize that unhealthy foods give such a big impact here.

  26. Odette says:

    It’s very informative and now I learned that diabetes is not only transmitted genetically but it’s also because of the food that we take. Thank you for this it helps a lot to be more careful in the food we take.

  27. Lorry says:

    5 stars
    Thanks for imparting us that knowledge Dr. Jonathan Spages now I understand why people are suffering diabetes knowing that some of them are healthy living.

  28. Michelle says:

    In the world today, type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  29. Felex says:

    Now I understand that it is really important to have a proper diet, and have a proper exercise to reverse type 2 diabetes.

  30. Annabelle says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  31. Denevie says:

    This was a lucky coincidence that I came across your blog and I actually have type 2 diabetes and would love help with it.

  32. Eman says:

    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had diabetes and I also have diabetes.

  33. Bastie says:

    I remember when I went to my doctor and he told me that my diabetes was genetic because my parents both had diabetes.

  34. Remart says:

    The medical burden of type 2 diabetes Diabetes a large extent of consequence of macrovascular and microvascular complications of the disease, which results in large increases in morbidity and mortality.

  35. Karl says:

    Patients can be placed on regimes to reduce weight lose or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.

  36. Mia says:

    Type 2 diabetes which is also called adult-onset diabetes, occurs when impaired insulin effectiveness or insulin resistance is accompanied by the failure to produce sufficient cell insulin.

  37. Marialyn says:

    In the world today, type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  38. Sarah says:

    People can carry out a test to determine if they have specific genes that put them at more risk for developing type 2 diabetes.

  39. Gelyn says:

    The ADA notes that it is possible to help prevent type 2 diabetes by exercising and reaching or maintaining a moderate weight.

  40. Marlon says:

    It goes on to say that studies of twins have shown that genetics play a key role in the development of type 2 diabetes.

  41. Jane says:

    The good news is, like in adults, it is possible to delay or prevent type 2 diabetes in youth by encouraging healthy food choices, exercise and weight loss.

  42. Mia says:

    Type 2 diabetes runs in families. In part, this is due to children learning bad habits—eating a poor diet, not exercising—from their parents. But there is also a genetic basis.

  43. Dave says:

    Lifestyle also influences the development of type 2 diabetes. Obesity tends to run in families, and families often have similar eating and exercise habits.

  44. Geremar says:

    This was a lucky coincidence that I came across your blog and I actually have type 2 diabetes and would love help with it.

  45. Jane says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  46. Brenda says:

    Type 2 diabetes runs in families. In part, this is due to children learning bad habits—eating a poor diet, not exercising—from their parents. But there is also a genetic basis.

  47. Lira says:

    In the world today, type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  48. Lolong says:

    You do not know when will Type 2 diabetes hit you, but better to be prepared than regret everything in the future. Make use of your life wisely.

  49. Danny says:

    In the world today, Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  50. Carmelo says:

    Type 2 diabetes which is also called as adult-onset diabetes, occurs when impaired insulin effectiveness or insulin resistance is accompanied by the failure to produce sufficient cell insulin.

  51. Vera says:

    Patients that has Type 2 Diabetes can be placed on regimes to reduce weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.

  52. Wyatt says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  53. Mary says:

    It looks like this doctor is doing a natural approach to diabetes and losing weight. Do you have any good recipes that I could use to help lower my blood sugar levels and hopefully lessen my medication?

  54. Danica says:

    I remember when I went to my doctor and he told me that my diabetes was genetic because my parents both had diabetes. I think Dr Spages is the only person that I’ve ever heard of that actually mentions that it’s not genetic.

  55. Rachelle says:

    People can carry out a test to determine if they have specific genes that put them at more risk for developing type 2 diabetes.

  56. Martin says:

    The medical burden of type 2 diabetes Diabetes a large extent of consequence of macrovascular and microvascular complications of the disease, which results in large increases in morbidity and mortality.

  57. Garry says:

    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had type 2 diabetes and I also have diabetes.

  58. Mark says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  59. Jane says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  60. Pauline says:

    Genetic or whatsoever it is I think should have a proper eating and diet and do some exercise if we want to have long life.

  61. Jancent says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  62. Frances says:

    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had diabetes and I also have type 2 diabetes.

  63. Marimar says:

    I really like how Dr spages explains that diabetes is not really genetic. I can’t wait to read more blog posts from him and learn more about how he goes about and reverses type 2 diabetes.

  64. Roweys says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  65. Jona says:

    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had diabetes and I also have type 2 diabetes.

  66. William says:

    I really like how Dr spages explains that diabetes is not really genetic. I can’t wait to read more blog posts from him and learn more about how he goes about and reverses type 2 diabetes.

  67. Arlene says:

    I don’t believe that diabetes is not genetic period both of my parents had type 2 diabetes and I also have diabetes.

  68. Paul says:

    This was a lucky coincidence that I came across your blog and I actually have type 2 diabetes and would love help with it.

  69. Jenard says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  70. Junard says:

    Now I understand that it is really important to have a proper diet, and have a proper exercise to reverse type 2 diabetes.

  71. Mirasol says:

    The medical burden of type 2 diabetes Diabetes a large extent of consequence of macrovascular and microvascular complications of the disease, which results in large increases in morbidity and mortality.

  72. Bernard says:

    I think Dr Spages is the only person that I’ve ever heard of that actually mentions that it’s not genetic.

  73. Bernie says:

    This was a lucky coincidence that I came across your blog and I actually have type 2 diabetes and would love help with it.

  74. Miame says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  75. Vanessa says:

    Genetic epidemiology is an alliance of the two fields that focuses on both genetics, including allelic variants in different populations and environment in order to explain exactly how genes convey effects in different environmental contexts and to come up at a more complete comprehension of the etiology of complex traits.

  76. Loren says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  77. Robin says:

    Genetic epidemiology is an alliance of the two fields that focuses on both genetics, including allelic variants in different populations and environment.

  78. Jorelyn says:

    Patients can be placed on regimes to lose weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.

  79. Kia says:

    You have a number of fine points there. I did a search on the subject matter and found most folks with type 2 diabetes will find value in your blog.

  80. Jeramie says:

    Genetic or whatsoever it is I think should have a proper eating and diet and do some exercise if we want to have long life.

  81. Wanda says:

    In the world today, diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  82. Maranda says:

    In the world today, type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  83. Janebe says:

    Now I understand that it is really important to have a proper diet, and have a proper exercise to reverse type 2 diabetes.

  84. Rowena says:

    Type 2 diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.

  85. Mark Jhon says:

    Thanks for the strong information Dr. Jonathan Spages. You help me understand where did I get diabetes.

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