Diabetes and Gut Health


“In order to change we must be sick and tired
of being sick and tired.”
Author Unknown

Research into diabetes says that diabetes is a direct result of gastric-intestinal toxicity due primarily to impaired digestion. They have found a link between diabetes and digestive enzymes, gut bacteria and intestinal permeability.

This gut-diabetes axis is likely the same mechanism as the gut-brain axis or gut-joint axis or the gut-skin axis that produce the myriad of symptoms and diseases we are now seeing. There is the relationship that exists between all elements of the digestive tract: the bacteria, fungi, mucus, and cells that line the intestinal wall, and even cells that belong to the immune system. Gut health is one of the most important factors for general wellness of our bodies, considering that:

  • The gut is responsible for up to 80% of our immune systems

  • The gut is responsible for protecting our bodies against pathogenic infections from viruses, bacteria, yeast, parasites and fungi

  • The gut is responsible for proper digestion and absorption of vital nutrients

  • The gut is also responsible for influencing our happiness through production of natural anti-depressants

In this program you’ll learn:

  • What is connection between diabetes and digestive enzymes

  • Why poor gut flora leads to diabetes

  • How leaky gut affects diabetes

  • How vicious cycle, occurring between diabetes and digestion, triggers immune system, malnutrition and dysfunction in the body

  • What is Gastroparesis

  • Why it occurs if you have diabetes

  • How Gastroparesis creates a vicious cycle in the control of blood sugar