I have known I have had diabetes for almost a year now. I am on no meds and control my sugar with excercise and curbing my carb intake. I test several times a day. My most recent A1C was 5.5, so all seems pretty well.
Question - one factor in diabetes is that your cells become insulin resistant. Wouldn’t this only be the cells you currently have? Wouldn’t the cells your body produces in the natural course of repair/replacement not have this resistance to insulin, so long as the resistance is not genetic? If you have your blood sugar under control, so your poor, wee pancreas is not working triple time squirting insulin into your blood, shouldn’t the newly formed cells have your original level of insulin tolerance/resistance?
Thusly, if your pancreas is not too worn out, couldn’t you effectively reverse diabetes by keeping your blood sugar at a level where the newly formed cells do not become resistant?
(I know there are many places online and elsewhere that claim to reverse diabetes. I realize most of these plans are bogus.)