Control your genes & your health!

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Does having a family history of or genetic risk for diabetes mean you are destined to get it? No! You can control the expression of your genes, especially when it comes to developing type 2 diabetes. A new study helps us better understand the magnitude of control we have — and it's substantial. If you are at risk for type 2 diabetes, you will be empowered by this information.

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19 responses to “Control your genes & your health!”

  1. I had gestational diabetes and have diabetes now but what I’m learning on my own is type 2 is all about weight. Get the weight off it goes away. I believe it is about the weight not what you eat as my sister and mom ate sugar but not over weight, no diabetes. But with that in mind, sugar can make you gain when eating too much which brings the diabetes.

    • You can eat as much sugars/carbs as you want, as long as it’s not above your personal threshold at your specific age. Which means, some can eat more, some can eat less. Probably less with age. If you eat too much for you -> T2DM.

  2. I still believe that the term ‘risk’ is inappropriate. The appropriate term is incidence. Despite the fact that the term ‘risk’ is ubiquitous in the literature it is still a cause/effect statement which cannot be supported by this type of study. While I agree that a ratio of 16 to 1 is absolutely significant and is LIKELY to point to causality, the term risk is still mathematically (we are talking about statistics, after all) inappropriate. I believe the term incidence was replaced with risk in order to frighten the public into taking these studies seriously enough to change their lifestyles, and it worked. Now look at the fine mess it’s gotten us into!

  3. Yep. If you don’t take care of your Mercedes, it breaks down and falls apart. If you take excellent care of your Kia, it lasts and lasts. My genetic test showed 48% pre-dispostion to diabetes. My father died due to complications of diabetes. My pre-diabetes reversed w keto and walking everyday. Down 48 lbs. A1c normal, fasting bs 87. Off b/p meds. Depression gone.

    • seleccione la opción “CC” en la parte inferior. Luego seleccione el ícono de ajustes y cuando se abra, seleccione subtítulos/CC y luego opciones. En la lista cambie de inglés a español y se traducirá para usted. Espero que esto ayude.

  4. Diabetes in families can be cultural and not genetic- meaning what are common foods in a cultural setting & how are they cooked?
    My family has a Polish connection and learned those foods & cooking. Today’s kielbasa is LOADED with high fructose corn syrup just as an example as well as including potatoes in many ways especially fried!

    • My aunt developed Alzheimer’s T3 diabetes bc of all that continuous cookie baking. Never ending. It was a competition to see who had the most flour and sugar stored in the hall closet. There was no hx of familial diabetes on that side. It was all cultural. So, yes, that Mercedes was run into the ground and fell apart.

      I developed pre-diabetes due genetics (not on her/mother’s side but my father) coupled w the sad. Reversed w keto/walking. I do not have the gene for Alzheimer’s, but the sad could do it to me. Just as the sad caused T2 in people wo the gene.

      The whole point of the lecture is you’re not doomed due to your genetics. Epigenetics is key 🔑.

  5. I assume that eating carbs is the highest risk factor in developing non-type 1 DM? And if you eat zero carbs, what happens to the numbers of the other risk factors?

  6. If you do a study on sky diving accidents and you mention that alcohol use is a risk factor, maybe you should mention that to go or not to go sky diving has a much bigger impact. T2DM to me seems to be a carb-overconsumption accident.

  7. This is very encouraging. I had gestational diabetic. Was pre-diabetic for many years. Parents, sibling all diabetic. I started low carb diet and time restricted feeding since May 2021. My A1C was 5.6 for the first time in many years. 🎉

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