7 Silent Diabetes Complications: Use These 2 Drink To Reverse Naturally


Type 2 diabetes can be easy to ignore, especially in the early stages when you’re feeling fine. But diabetes affects many major organs, including your heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes and kidneys. Controlling your blood sugar levels can help prevent these complications.

Although long-term complications of diabetes develop gradually, they can eventually be disabling or even life-threatening. Some of the potential complications of diabetes include:

Cavities and gum infections

People with diabetes don’t have as much saliva, which can lead to dry mouth and a greater risk of cavities and gum disease, says George L. King, MD, research director at Joslin Diabetes Center, a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, and author of The Diabetes Reset.(S1)

Urinary tract infections

Almost 10 percent of people with type 2 diabetes get urinary tract infections, almost double the number of people without diabetes who get them, according to recent data. Sugar in the urine becomes a breeding ground for bacteria. Diabetes also contributes to nerve damage in the bladder, which can allow urine to pool—and bacteria to grow. Urinary tract infections are treated with antibiotics.

Your memory and mental sharpness can suffer

Numerous studies suggest a link between type 2 diabetes and an increased risk of cognitive issues, including dementia. One paper in the journal Neurology found that adults over age 60 with type 2 diabetes were 70 percent more likely to develop dementia over an 11-year period as those who didn’t have diabetes.(S2)

Kidney damage 

The kidneys contain millions of tiny blood vessel clusters that filter waste from your blood. Diabetes can damage this delicate filtering system. Severe damage can lead to kidney failure or irreversible end-stage kidney disease, which often eventually requires dialysis or a kidney transplant.

You can be more likely to get depression

Rates of depression are two to three times higher in diabetes patients than in the general population, says Dr. King. Scientists suspect that diabetes can contribute to depression and that depression can contribute to diabetes risk—a two-way street.(S3)

Alzheimer’s disease

Type 2 diabetes may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. The poorer your blood sugar control, the greater the risk appears to be. The exact connection between these two conditions still remains unclear.

Your eyesight can deteriorate

In the short term, fluctuations in glucose levels can cause the lens of the eye to swell, which can make your vision blurry, says Dr. King. In fact, when patients are first treated for diabetes, their vision may even seem to get worse—which is totally normal—because as their blood sugar levels drop, the lens can change shape. But the eye will adjust within a few weeks.(S4)

You feel indigestion, nauseous, or very full after meals

Diabetes can affect function of the vagus nerve, which controls how food moves through your digestive tract, according to the American Diabetes Association. When this nerve doesn’t work properly, food takes longer to leave your stomach, which can lead to a host of uncomfortable symptoms, such as heartburn, nausea and vomiting, bloating, feeling full after meals, and lack of appetite.

These juice recipes will help to reverse your Type 2 diabetes from week

Brussels Sprouts and String Bean Juice

11-12 Brussels sprouts
2 cup string beans
1 cucumber (optional)
1 peeled lemon

Juice the Brussels sprouts, then, the string beans, then the lemon.
When completely blended, stir.

Note: The Brussels sprouts and the beans supply you with key minerals and energy through the creation of vitamin B6 and are a great source of insulin.

Watercress, Tomatoes and Parsley Juice

6 sprigs watercress
1 handful of parsley
2-3 Small tomatoes
1-2 apples
Cut the apples into wedges and remove both the core and the seed.

Note: Tomatoes contains lycopene which can help in reducing LDL which is the bad cholesterol by at least 10% if consumed daily. In fact consuming 1/2 liter of tomato juice daily can help to protect against heart disease. Watercress is packed full of beta carotene and antioxidants which are crucial in reducing the risk of heart disease, cataracts and certain types of cancers.(S5)

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Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Minor in business and liberal arts. I've written about health for more than a decade. Veteran freelance writer with expertise in health, wellness, parenting and lifestyle issues. I am passionate about educating and empowering people to achieve and maintain optimal health and is committed to providing the highest quality health care.