Fasting can reverse type2 diabetes | Jason Fung

insulin resistance, diabetes, blood sugar, weight loss

Fasting can reverse type2 diabetes | Jason Fung

⏰ Reversing Type 2 Diabetes with Fasting: The Breakthrough Case Report 🌱 In this eye-opening video, we delve into the powerful evidence that fasting can reverse Type 2 Diabetes, featuring critical insights:

πŸ’ͺ Fasting Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes: Explore the groundbreaking concept of using fasting to achieve Type 2 Diabetes remission.

πŸ“„ Case Report: Dive into a compelling case study showcasing real results and the potential for diabetes reversal.

🍽️ Feeding vs. Fasting: Understand the role of fasting in improving insulin sensitivity and inhibiting lipolysis.

πŸ”„ Fasting – Hormonal Change: Discover how fasting triggers vital hormonal changes that contribute to diabetes remission.

πŸ“ˆ Type 2 Diabetes Remission: 8 Patients vs. 0 Patients: Learn about the remarkable contrast in Type 2 Diabetes remission rates between fasting and non-fasting approaches.

🧬 Fasting Physiology: Uncover the underlying physiological processes that make fasting so effective in managing diabetes.

🩸 Counter-Regulatory Hormones: Explore the role of counter-regulatory hormones in regulating blood sugar during fasting.

πŸ”„ Metabolic Changes Over 4 Days of Fasting: Delve into the fascinating metabolic transformations that occur during fasting.

πŸ’Ό Fasting Advantages: Recognize the numerous advantages of fasting as a strategy for managing Type 2 Diabetes.

πŸ“š Fasting – Conclusions: Summarize the key takeaways and conclusions regarding fasting and diabetes reversal.

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▢️ Timestamps / Chapters
0:00 Intro
0:30 Fasting Can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
1:05 Case Report
2:39 Feeding
3:16 Insulin Inhibits Lipolysis
4:06 Fasting – Hormonal Change
5:06 Effect Of An Intermittent Calorie-Restricted Diet On Type 2 Diabetes Remission
6:26 Type 2 Diabetes Remission 8 Patients vs 0 Patients
8:32 Fasting Physiology
11:13 Counter-Regulatory Hormones
11:34 Metabolic Changes Over 4 Days Of Fasting
12:16 Fasting Advantages
14:44 Fasting – Conclusions
15:37 Outro
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  • Dean Deschepper says:

    I really appreciate your commitment and thank you from the bottom of my heart!✌️

  • Mend it like Manav says:

    This dr is everything when it’s about diabetes and fasting. He has absolute clarity on these subjects.

  • Jason Fung says:

    Check out ‘Practical Fasting’ – here –

  • 1981fuentes says:

    Greatly appreciate all of your videos .. right amount of time for a lecture .. 15m not like others that go for hours .. keep up the great work DR.. FUNG

  • mtbalot says:

    I can’t afford any meds or doctors, so I started intermittent fasting 2 months ago and all my type-2 symptoms are gone.
    Down 4 holes in my waist belt and my cost of living is next to nothing, less trips to the store etc etc.
    Only took me 2 years to finally try it LOL, thanks Jason.

  • Azalea says:

    When you know better, you do better. Doctors included. Thank you, Dr. Fung, for continuing to share this information.

  • Cold Lake Advanced Clinical Massage says:

    After reading most (all) of your books, and more, I started fasting 36 hours every other day, beginning 2023 September 01. A bit later, I started 60 hour fasts every 3 days. I’m currently on a 6 day fast, ending tomorrow. As of this morning (2023 November 03, 2 months later), I’ve lost 32 lbs from 250, my body fat went from just under 30% to just over 25%, and my waist went from49.5″ to 40.5″. My A1C came down (before I started) from 8 to 6.5 (for most of this year), while taking 2.5 (max dose) Ozempic weekly, Forxiga, and 20-25 units of fast acting insulin 3x/day. I cut the Ozempic and Forxiga cold turkey, and weaned the insulin within a few weeks. At first, I would spike and drastically drop (crash) with even 10 units of insulin for one or two meals (2 meals a day for eating days), so I stopped insulin completely. This is the first time I was able to stay within range (3.9-10) blood glucose 100% of the time for many days at a time. However, lately (even day 5 of 6 day fast), it’s been very difficult to keep blood glucose within range. Also, I occasionally use keto strips to monitor ketosis, but it doesn’t seem to be happening. Granted, my fasting is not perfect (I eat a few nuts or chips once a day of fasting to to take with a couple meds. I expected to be in ketosis by day 2 of fasting easily, but it’s not happening. Why might that be? Despite these 2 concerns (blood glucose levels, ketosis), I’m very happy with what I’m seeing and feeling.

    • P says:

      Sounds great. Congratulations! What are you esting on your eating days? May be the reson youΒ΄re not in ketosis. Are you keeping your meals keto? ItΒ΄s totally worth it. Even going carnivore coupled with fasting would help reverse diabetes even quicker.

    • Cold Lake Advanced Clinical Massage says:

      @P Until now, eating days included bacon and eggs, protein drink, amino acid drink, maybe a salad, a “super foods” veggie powder drink, and high fat bran muffins. Starting tomorrow, I plan on temporarily ditching the salad and bacon and eggs. I’m hoping to be consistent in what I eat so I can better predict my weight loss. I do fasted workouts almost daily. Fluids include coffee/tea (no sweeteners), a trace mineral drink with a bit of flavoring from one of those tiny squeeze bottles. It seems to me that, even with the small amount of nuts/chips/crackers (just enough to swallow a few pills – I can’t drink them down) would not be enough to maintain high blood glucose, especially on the 2nd day of a fast.

    • Daniel Duedu says:

      ​@Cold Lake Advanced Clinical MassageI would rather you maintain the eggs, and salad and inculcate liver in your diet routine. Ideally vegetables should be chewed since it contains the fiber rather than in powder or blended. Add more fermented food to your diet and probiotic yogurt for your gut biome, stay healthy.

    • Albert Wong says:

      try keto coffee, my version is 1 cup of black coffee, 1 teaspoon coconut oil, 1 teaspoon of butter, 1 teaspoon of whipping cream blend it up until frothy. Do not add sweetener. Helps dull the hunger depression.

    • Cold Lake Advanced Clinical Massage says:

      @Daniel Duedu Thanks, I appreciate the advice. (I’ve never had a problem with gut bacteria, and when I tried probiotic anyway, I ended up with an upset stomach!)

  • Lanie Sider says:

    Dr Jason Fung has the best explanation for intermittent fasting and how to reverse diabetes. Thank you Dr Fung

  • Rhiahl says:

    All I hear in my diabetes group is you should eat 4 – 6 small meals and eat to keep your blood sugar level. Which of course keeps insulin active in the body. I managed to reverse mine in three months completely doing one meal a day. It’s crazy what these doctors, dietitians and quite frankly the American Diabetes Association is telling Type 2 diabetics.

    • G CS says:

      The medical profession is like the tobacco industry … they want you hooked on their meds , surgeries and treatments and not about healing

    • Rhiahl says:

      @G CSI don’t even think it’s that. What kickbacks does a dietitian get? I think they are just just too damn lazy to keep up with new treatments and discoveries.

    • Will Hathaway says:

      The 6 small meals philosophy was what I was told back in the 80’s. It’s what was believed to be best. The great thing about fasting, especially one meal a day, is that it basically doesn’t matter what you eat for that meal. You don’t have to worry about what you can and can’t have. Give yourself a time limit, usually 1 to 2 hours, to eat what you want then shut off the intake until 22 or so hours later. This is literally life changing.

  • daedal says:

    Dr. Jason Fung is a true man of medicine. If only people understood the power of fasting, the world would be a much healthier place.

  • Allison Lee says:

    I believe fasting saved my life! Dr. Fung is my hero 😊❀

  • Jackie Fox says:

    Let’s all bow down to the great Dr Fung. Read his book πŸ“– the obesity code. Very good read. Read it three times. 😊

  • mirzaman mirzaman says:

    I followed his advice of fasting for more than a year and the results are amazing. I lost the extra lbs and completely reversed the diabetes I had recently diagnosed with. Now after two years, two meals a day + an hour walk a day solved all my health issues. I am healthy now but I will follow his advice for the most part of my life.

    • Justina Kavanagh says:

      That is fantastic. I would like to do the same thing.

    • Lanie Sider says:

      Dr Fung has changed my life, I follow his advice and lost 50 pounds since doing intermittent fasting. I started in April and my health has never been better. I’m off my blood pressure medication and my glucose has returned to normal. I’m so grateful that I have found his YouTube channel. Thank you Dr Fung

    • Jessica Johnson says:

      So happy for you β˜ΊοΈπŸ™!

    • Kurniadi Prathomo says:

      Nice. Are you doing keto along with your fasting?

  • Mercedez Lucke Benedict Video Production says:

    Dr. Jason Fung has saved my life. I was diagnosed with diabetes two last year two days later I found out about Dr. Jason Fung and I started intermittent fasting within six months I remove diabetes two from my life. They wanted me to be on prescription drugs I opted for fasting and paying attention to what Dr. Jason Fung said, and it healed my body, so thank you Dr. Jason Fung you’re my hero.

  • Jessica Johnson says:

    Love Dr. Fung! I’m 60 and I’ve lost 160 by reading his books and watching his videos and lectures. It reversed ALL my health issues. I’m maintaining great and love my fasting lifestyle πŸ₯°. Thanks for all you do πŸ™β˜ΊοΈ

    • Lanie Sider says:

      I agree Dr Fung has also changed my life. I followed his advice and it has worked for me. Lost 50 pounds since April and will continue to follow his advice and intermittent fasting. Thank you Dr Fung

    • Bob Wong says:

      Yes, I agree! Started Low carb for 3 mths & IF for about 4 mths now.
      I am off all medications for diabetes, now continuing OMAD & planning to slowly ease into Extended Fasting to maximise Autophagy to reverse multiple diabetic complications I developed due to 24 yrs of misled T2 treatment.

    • Jessica Johnson says:

      @Bob Wong Congratulations to you! I thank God every day for these brave and generous doctors who are willing to share their knowledge with us πŸ™πŸ₯°. Wishing you continued success and wellness πŸ‘β˜ΊοΈ

  • Mark Horn says:

    Thanks to Dr. Fung I lost 80 lbs over 8 months. I eventually got up to multi-week prolonged fasting. Twice I fasted for thirty days and have never felt better in my life. There are so many benefits. I have the freedom to eat when I want and not because I think I have to. I can play with my diet and always have a tool to reset and get back to where I’d like to be before I experiment again. I can buy nicer clothes because my weight will be stable for the rest of my life now that I know how to fast. Thank you Dr. Fung.

  • TorBoy9 says:

    That explanation of intermittent fasting was as clear and concise as it gets. Great presentation! I’ve been doing 18/6 for 5 years and it really works well. I even strength train at the end of my fast, all without any ill effects.

  • Peter Beyer says:

    ❀❀❀Dr Fung should have received a standing 10 minute ovation with flowers being thrown at him at the start of his lecture! He has saved thousands of people from amputation, blindness and a slow agonising death.❀❀❀

  • sdraper2011 says:

    Excellent and rational advice from Dr. Fung, as always. He has saved my cousin’s life. She was heading for obesity. I sent her several of Dr. Fung’s videos. She decided to give IF a try. She has dropped 80 lbs since the beginning of the year. She does an 84-hr fast every month. She is nearly back to a healthy weight. I bet Dr. Fung has saved thousands and thousands of lives with his simple, practical, and easy to follow advice about IF.

  • Jennyshane Spitler says:

    I reversed my type two with a healthy diet intermittent fasting 16 hours daily and exercise two hours daily. My A1C is 4.8 and 5 sometimes never go up.Thank you Dr. Jason πŸ‘πŸ‘

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