Diabetes – Intermittent Fasting Helps Diabetes Type 2 & Type 1? What You Must Know



Diabetes – Intermittent Fasting Helps Diabetes Type 2 & Type 1? Learn how to prevent diabetes and even reverse diabetes. Is fasting safe for diabetics? A lot of people think people with diabetes type 2 or type 1 can’t do fasting, but you will learn who can do fasting and what to watch for. Please consult your doctor before fasting if you are taking insulin.

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47 Comments

  1. Thank you very much Dr. Sten, I wish I knew about this yrs ago, it is very informative, i have type 2 dm and now Im doing the low carb high fat diet, i lost a couple of inches of belly fat and im sharing your video to friends and people who need it.

  2. Hey Sten.

    Thanks for the videos.
    I am a 47 yr old female, diabetic for over 6 years and on medication. I started IF recently. Precisely on the 1st of December. I am 165 cms tall and weigh 52 kilos.
    My fear is losing any further weight and losing muscle.
    How can you help me here.

    Thanks
    Naina

  3. How can LC and keto reverse IR when people doing LC and keto are barely eating carbs. So the fewer carbs intake the fewer insulin is used. So how can that reverse IR when insulin is barely used??

  4. Dr Ekberg , always loved your videos and i share your videos to so many ppl who now benefited from knowledge gained by understanding your explanation.

    a few questions , a hypothetical person , 280 lbs (on janumet 850mg 2x daily) started LCHF and IF/ADF (stopping his meds) and after 4 months lost 65 lbs and his freqent urination gone. But his A1C checked at 9% after 4 months.. what could be wrong ? he lost lot of weight and feels great but why A1C so high ? what is possible reason for high A1C ? degraded pancreatic function ?

  5. Doc, can you educate us about menopause? Symptoms and what we can do to lessen this horrible symptoms! Thanks and God bless you.

  6. HI Dr. Ekberg! I was at a 5.7 a1c and have recently had a reading of 8.2. I have kept this in check by diet and exercise but of course, relapsed. My Dr. Wants to put me in meds, so fasting now and thinking about looking for another Dr. I've done this to myself so time to get busy!

  7. Thank you for explaining so many different issues and phenomenon with so much ease and clarity. Your videos have been a key part of my T2D reversal program- ongoing, day 100 approaching and am hoping the A1C is significantly less. Thank you!!

  8. Thank you Dr. Ekberg, I was 5.9 on my A1c June 8th 2021, August 12 home health care nurse PA with our insurance did an A1c on me to see where I was after following your advice and was 5.4. I sometimes have the 'morning rise'. I eat low-carb and do IF 3-4 days a week I keep my carbs between 50-90. I exercise every day (walking 20-30 minutes).

  9. Hi, I am type 1 Insulin dependent Diabetic, I enjoy and learn a lot with your videos, but most of them are related to a Type 2 Diabetes, can you dedicate some more to Type 1 please, it will be greatly appreciate it by the Type 1 diabetic community.
    I am 70 years old, diabetic since I was 25, very poor control during the most time of my life, no too many complications but 2 ischemic strokes, doing intermittent fasting, I take bulletproof coffee in the mornings, nd I am trying to reduce weight and my belly fat, but sometimes I feel nothing is working.

  10. This is a kingpin video for type -2s who are finding out how they can use intermittent fasting. It is perfectly explained so they can have confidence in what they are doing. A masterpiece!

  11. I went for a hospital check yesterday where I had to fast for 24hours and stop my metformin they measured my blood sugar level at 5.2 which gives me hope that new diet is working

  12. In Islam, Prophet Muhammed (Peace be upon Him) is reported to have said … “The most excellent fasting is that of my brother David (Prophet David/Dawud); he would fast one day and omit the other .” (Sahih al-Bukhari, Sawm: 56, 58, 59)

  13. Dr Stefan I love what you do and its presentation. You have made a big positive difference to me. As a tangential point as I watched this particular video do you have any thoughts on why ‘the body’ is different in the sense of athleticism-why some different bodies have innate ability to run with oxygen consumption better than some competitors. Why some can run further for longer compared to others. Is there such a thing. as a ‘standard athletic ‘ body equivalent to homeostasis? Keep up your excellent advocacy. Love it all.

  14. Yep, Keto and IF are working wonders for me. Lowering my blood glucose levels steadily. Beneficial side effects include decreased blood pressure, weight loss, increased energy, better sleep, improved moods. I'm looking forward to my cholesterol levels. I'd been pre-diabetic for years and was getting no help from my doctors. When my last blood tests indicated I was just about at diabetic levels I decided to do some research. Found the information I needed on YouTube. Good luck to everyone facing similar challenges.

  15. I found this video channels very very informatif , i like how the docter explain the isue in very simple way that ordinary people like me could understand in a better way

  16. I’m type 2 diabetic and I’ve completely gotten off my insulin but I’m still on metformin and ozempic. I do always have a low blood sugar. I’m also doing keto and intermittent fasting. My doctor wants me to remain on those medications

  17. What about a type 2 diabetic who has had their gallbladder removed? They are sensitive to certain foods, such as some types of fat. Does the gallbladder influence anything? Or is it just having the liver ok?

  18. Hello doctor. I love all your video. I feel like I’m now a family doctor. My mum was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes two months ago. She has cut down carb extremely and she is on metformin at the moment. She is extremely doing with with the low carbs, exercise and the medication. Can she stop the medication and Dixon the low carbs????

  19. just like to ask … I am doing intermittent 18/6 and i noticed that if i break my fast with carbs it skyrocketed my glucose so what will happen if I go for my A1C or the glucose test where i drink that sugar drink ? if so what should I do before I go for my test . thank you

  20. dr. Ekberg lately I have done my yearly check-up & full blood test with fasting. my blood glucose was 90, my doc was not happy with the result, should i be worry ? (BTW, last year blood glucose was 98 and I was not even aware of Intermittent fasting whatsoever).

  21. The longer I fast the higher my sugar rises. . When I fast to one meal a day rises to 400 to 500 only goes down slowly after I eat doesn't make since to me .. so I only fast 14 to 16 hours. . Still rises but not as far.. lucky me I'm all backwards

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