Does anyone heard or knew somebody getting cured of Diabetes II?

I am just curious if anybody heard or personally knew of anyone getting cured by diabetes 2?I attended last year a free seminar about natural way of healing and one a lady gave her testimony of getting cured by becoming a vegetarian and using the natural herb being sold by one Dr. Tam Mateo. Their office address is in Pasig city.
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The seminar you went to is a rip off that preys on gullible people who don't know much about medical matters.

Vegetarian diets are the worst possible diets for people with diabetes because they are high in carbohydrates which raise blood sugar and make diabetes worse, plus the protein sources are high in soy which slow down the thyroid and can make any autoimmune issues worse.

Diabetes may be controlled...even VERY well controlled...but you STILL and always have diabetes. The minute you revert to the "old ways"....your numbers will continue to rise.
Controlling your blood sugars does not equate a cure. As well, balancing your bg via dietary intake necessitates more than carbs!
There is NO cure for diabetes...bringing your blood sugars down does not mean you are cured!!! It is a VERY serious and inaccurate assumption.

I realize this is a very old post, and that Jenny, who I respect enormously, hasn't been active on TuD for quite awhile, but since this popped back up to view I just want to say that yes, traditional vegetarian diets are very high in carbs, but it is possible to be a vegetarian and eat diabetes friendly foods. So to say "vegetarian diets are the worst possible diet for people with diabetes" is a definite over-generalization. I'm a vegetarian and eat a very healthy. varied and delicious diet!

Thank you Jenny for you reply. I Just thought if it is really possible?Now I know better.
Dear Ramon.

Until death does us part. There is a slight hope for a cure. With science you never know advances are unpredictable but sometimes astonishing progress can be made. Stay away from the charlatans.
Yes, hopefully when it come, we are still alive.Hahaha. Added you as my friend.
About 40 years ago, my brother was taking insulin. He went to Bible College. While there, he ran out of money so stopped taking insulin. When he came home for Christmas vacation, his doctor told him to just keep doing what he was doing.
Wow! This is great news.Thank you for sharing.
Forty years ago, the standards for diagnosing and treating diabetes were far different from what they are today.

Your brother was not cured. Maybe he was misdiagnosed. Maybe he was walking around with the extremely high blood sugars that doctors considered fine for people with diabetes until the DCCT trial in 1991 found that those high blood sugars were what was causing heart attack, blindness, kidney failure, etc.

Anyone diagnosed with diabetes today may be able to get off insulin but only by making dramatic changes to their carbohydrate intake and weight. If they do that they are STILL DIABETIC. They are diabetic but in excellent control.

A family tried to pray their child with Type 1 diabetes healthy last year and killed her.

Prayer is useful in its place but its place it NOT to substitute for appropriate treatment for diabetes.
I agree. Faith has its place, and definitely does knowledge. Say, you pray to be cured yet you continue downing Coke...that ain't the way...
Right Vanni. But here is another site that says Dr. Tam Mateo's tea is effective.
Thanks for calling me Vanni! That is actually my childhood nickname.




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