#206: 8 Weeks to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes with Dr. Roy Taylor

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How to Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes Quickly

  • The biggest myth that needs to be dispelled when it comes to reversing diabetes 
  • Tips for reversing your diabetes plus ways to prevent it in the pre-diabetes stage
  • How to implement ‘rescue plans’ to keep your stubborn weight off long term 
  • Real viable solutions to reverse your diabetes and extend your longevity

Episode Summary

Dr. Roy Taylor has helped thousands upon thousands of people reverse their diabetes, and his research proves it. One of the best researchers out there in the field of reversing diabetes, specifically type 2 diabetes, is here today to share with you his knowledge of reversal techniques that have been embraced all over the world.

Today Dr. Taylor is here to dismiss the many misconceptions around type 2 diabetes and inform you on the 8-week program that could drastically reduce and keep away you type 2 diabetes. Everything from your nutrition, genes, and energy can play a role in your susceptibility to diabetes, and with Dr. Taylor’s help, you can identify when you are pre-diabetic, work to naturally improve the prescription you have been given, and ultimately live a happier and healthier life. 

Diabetes is not a life sentence, and it is also not just about your weight or sugar intake. It is about figuring out your own personal threshold when it comes to sugar so that you can make the best decisions for your body. If you are looking to avoid weight gain while keeping diabetes away or just want to learn what is happening inside of your body, this is the episode for you. 

Dr. Roy is all about helping you enjoy and improve the longevity of your health so that you can keep diabetes far away from your future. What did you enjoy most about this fact- and research-driven conversation? Share your favorite part in the comments below!


“I think the most important myth that has been around for a long time is that type 2 diabetes is for life: it’s a life sentence; it’s a chronic, progressive disease. If you have just been diagnosed you may have been told that you will need more and more tablets at a time and eventually you will end up on insulin, but it’s okay, although there are complications… but in fact, our research has completely overturned that.” (9:55)

“In the first seven days of a low-calorie diet, the liver insulin resistance doesn’t just improve, it actually goes back to normal. Complete normality. So we can actually remove the vital aspect of insulin resistance that is actually causing diabetes.” (15:30)

“This is an approach which is simple, but that’s not the same thing as being easy. But in our studies, we found it was an approach that most people could do, and that is really important in the point of view from a doctor.” (19:33)

“What we are doing with this, is not just starting a diet. It is a matter of setting aside two months in order to achieve a step-change in bodily health.” (22:57)

“It is important that people discuss with their own physician or advisor because that’s a personal matter. However, the people who aren’t on tablets related to diabetes, then there really is very little reason why they shouldn’t go ahead to try and gain the health benefits for themselves.” (35:39)

Resources Mentioned

Life Without Diabetes: The Definitive Guide to Understanding and Reversing Type 2 Diabetes by Dr. Roy Taylor

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2 Responses to #206: 8 Weeks to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes with Dr. Roy Taylor

  1. Jackie Williams July 8, 2020 at 3:59 pm #

    Thank you so much Dr. Mariza for this truly amazing podcast. I am Type 2 insulin resistant. I was diagnosed 5 years ago. I will definitely listen to Friday podcast. I am also wondering do you have a podcast on the gallbladder?

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