Diabetes Naturopathic Treatment
Dr. Tali’s evidence based natural approach to treating diabetes is getting to the root cause of it. You will dive deep into your health habits and go system by system in order to figure out what are the factors that are predisposing you to blood sugar imbalances. The goals for diabetes management is get control over blood sugar levels, improve insulin resistance and prevent complications arising from blood sugar dysregulation. Dr. Tali, a Toronto naturopath, strives to reverse your type II diabetes using evidence based herbal medicine, supplements, nutraceuticals, diet, nutrition, acupuncture and lifestyle factors. The treatments will be individualized to your body and needs as no two bodies are the same.
Your comprehensive individualized treatment will also address any other symptoms you are experiencing due to your blood sugar dysregulation / insulin resistance / diabetes. Such as fertility, hormonal imbalances, fatigue, digestive issues, brain fog, etc. Preventative medicine is key in diabetes as we want to prevent any future complications such as preserving kidney and heart health.
If you are on any conventional medications, Dr. Tali always checks for interactions and communicates back and forth with your doctor with regards to re-dosing.The goal is to gain full management of your blood sugars and reduce your medications.
Other Types of Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes is autoimmune and it usually starts in childhood. This is due to the immune system attacking the beta cells of a pancreas, which therefore produce little to no insulin. Although this type is insulin dependant, naturopathic medicine can help manage blood sugar levels, increase overall quality of life and help in complication prevention / damages.
Gestational diabetes happens throughout pregnancy, to understand how naturopathic medicine can support you throughout your pregnancy journey, please see page ‘prenatal care’. It’s important you get the right support and management as sometimes it develops into diabetes after birth. Therefore, prevention is key.