The Prediabetes Detox: A Whole-Body Program to Balance Your Blood Sugar, Increase Energy, and Reduce Sugar Cravings

The Prediabetes Detox: A Whole-Body Program to Balance Your Blood Sugar, Increase Energy, and Reduce Sugar Cravings

If you’ve been diagnosed with prediabetes, you are by no means alone. 79 million Americans share this diagnosis, and the numbers only seem to be rising. And while we’ve all heard that a healthy diet and exercise can help reverse this disorder, there may be other factors at play in your prediabetes—namely, toxins.Numerous studies have shown that there is a direc...

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Title:The Prediabetes Detox: A Whole-Body Program to Balance Your Blood Sugar, Increase Energy, and Reduce Sugar Cravings
Author:Sarah Cimperman
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  • April

    She had me at Grass-Fed!

    The Prediabetes Detox by Sara Cimperman gets right down to the root causes of our failing health. Dr. Cimperman outlines the many toxins that can be found in our food and water and how to avoid them. It isn't often you find a mainstream health book that advocates eating FAT(yes, FAT!) and specifies that you get those fats from grass-fed, pastured or foraged animals. This goes a long with the 'real food' or 'traditional' diets that have started to make a comeba

    She had me at Grass-Fed!

    The Prediabetes Detox by Sara Cimperman gets right down to the root causes of our failing health. Dr. Cimperman outlines the many toxins that can be found in our food and water and how to avoid them. It isn't often you find a mainstream health book that advocates eating FAT(yes, FAT!) and specifies that you get those fats from grass-fed, pastured or foraged animals. This goes a long with the 'real food' or 'traditional' diets that have started to make a comeback (as in, hundreds of years ago comeback). Most books on the topic address autoimmune diseases and leaky gut, but Dr. Cimperman's prediabetes perspective gives this book a different flavor than the usual real food diet books. The same principles apply, but The Prediabetes Detox is sure to bring another subset of ailing people to the wonders of real food and natural living.

  • Keith

    This is a great book with a comprehensive approach to treat elevated blood sugars and detoxification. It provides an explanation of how different foods affect blood sugar and dietary recommendations to control it. The book also explains the concept of detoxification, its role in diabetes, and how to support the body through diet, lifestyle and supplementation. It concludes with a selection of great recipes that support stable blood sugar and detoxification. Even though the title of the book refe

    This is a great book with a comprehensive approach to treat elevated blood sugars and detoxification. It provides an explanation of how different foods affect blood sugar and dietary recommendations to control it. The book also explains the concept of detoxification, its role in diabetes, and how to support the body through diet, lifestyle and supplementation. It concludes with a selection of great recipes that support stable blood sugar and detoxification. Even though the title of the book refers specifically to “pre-diabetes”, improved blood sugar control is essential for many patients and health issues. I am a physician and much of what is in this book is what I tell my patients. It is written in clear manner explaining the concepts of blood sugar control and detoxification that are needed to treat so many causes of chronic disease.

  • April

    The Prediabetes Detox breaks-down the science behind how what we consume impacts our overall health. Dr Cimperman explains how components of our diets and lifestyles impact our well-being from spices, to condiments, to snacks, to main dishes, to vitamins, to household toxins, to exercise and stress management. I am not prediabetic but have a sensitive stomach and am generally trying to make healthy choices, but was finding it difficult since I often read conflicting information on what we should

    The Prediabetes Detox breaks-down the science behind how what we consume impacts our overall health. Dr Cimperman explains how components of our diets and lifestyles impact our well-being from spices, to condiments, to snacks, to main dishes, to vitamins, to household toxins, to exercise and stress management. I am not prediabetic but have a sensitive stomach and am generally trying to make healthy choices, but was finding it difficult since I often read conflicting information on what we should eat. This book helped clear-up my confusion, now I use it as a reference guide and have adopted bits and pieces into my daily routine. There are recipes at the end of the book that sound delicious and Dr. Cimperman includes an explanation on the health benefits of both the ingredients and cooking approach. Again, making it easy to incorporate into my daily life and finally understanding how to choose between dishes when I go to restaurants. I recommend the book to anyone who wants to understand how food impacts their overall health.

  • Andrea Quartararo

    I found the book to be a practical and enjoyable read that walks you through all aspects of prediabetes, detox, diet, and lifestyle to name a few. I really loved that it included over nine recipes and a dessert! (I recently made the beet salad, and it was delicious)

    The book is also full of important and useful information that is easy to use and relatable.

    Dr. Cimperman provides very helpful lists of foods you should eat (and avoid) as well as a useful guide on eating out, which I really

    I found the book to be a practical and enjoyable read that walks you through all aspects of prediabetes, detox, diet, and lifestyle to name a few. I really loved that it included over nine recipes and a dessert! (I recently made the beet salad, and it was delicious)

    The book is also full of important and useful information that is easy to use and relatable.

    Dr. Cimperman provides very helpful lists of foods you should eat (and avoid) as well as a useful guide on eating out, which I really appreciated. This book left me feeling recharged and excited about revamping my diet and lifestyle as well as much more knowledgeable and informed on making healthier choices. I highly recommend this book if you’re looking for way to kick start a new diet and lifestyle.

  • Online Eccentric Librarian

    The Diabetes Detox is a hard book to review. With the nature, origin, and cure for Type 2 diabetes unknown, it feels like all attempts to address the issue can only be speculative at best. The hard part as a consumer is to try to determine the quackery from the legitimate. Fad diets, supplements, hypnosis, antioxidants.... we're constantly bombarded with different 'solutions' to the diabetes problem. After all, it's now even being suggested that vitamin

    The Diabetes Detox is a hard book to review. With the nature, origin, and cure for Type 2 diabetes unknown, it feels like all attempts to address the issue can only be speculative at best. The hard part as a consumer is to try to determine the quackery from the legitimate. Fad diets, supplements, hypnosis, antioxidants.... we're constantly bombarded with different 'solutions' to the diabetes problem. After all, it's now even being suggested that vitamin supplements may be more harmful than useful - so even tried and true solutions may be deadly.

    I am likely in the prediabetes parameters and certainly need to change my regimen to get out of a downward spiral like so many Americans. Obviously, exercise and better eating are an intrinsic part of keeping diabetes under check. In this book, Sarah Cimperman makes a case that the toxins that we constantly breathe and ingest are a contributor in addition to weight issues. This book addresses known toxins - everything from processed food, non organic fruits and vegetables (and their pesticides), nonstick cookware and plastics, etc. - identifying them so they can be avoided.

    The book really breaks down into key areas: reduce intake of harmful chemicals in food and water. Get rid of the toxins stored in the body. Burn rather than accumulate fat. Control blood sugar and insulin levels. They involve changing diet and lifestyle, as outlined in the book.

    The book sections are: Discussion of prediabetes. Detoxification. A detox diet. Detox supplements. Detox lifestyle. Detoxification for the home. Maintenance plan after detoxification. And then 10 or so detox recipes.

    This is written by an ND (naturopathic medicine) and as such the focus is on holistic solutions to encourage the body to heal itself. Although a legitimate degree that is certified and requires extensive schooling, it is not recognized by all States in the US or provinces in Canada. But the author fully lists sources of the studies she cites, which definitely lends credibility to assertions made in the text.

    After reading the book, all the solutions appear legit but it will require a complete revamp of lifestyle. That is obvious, yes, but it also means giving up a lot of 'good for you' vegetables and fruits simply because they are believed to hold a lot of toxins (carrots, grapes, etc.). A litmus test of any kind of lifestyle/diet change is always to remember "The Road to Wellville" and to really understand everything you are getting into.

    Prediabetes is typically the signpost at a diverging road to life or early death. Until we learn more about diabetes and what in our environment has escalated it so completely, this is a preemptive solution to begin the absolute necessity of changing the way a prediabetic lives and eats toward a healthier goal. Because one thing is for sure - if nothing is done for the prediabetic, they will very likely continue on to get the disease within a few short years.

  • Jess at Such a Novel Idea

    As someone who has a disease that mimics pre-diabetes in a lot of ways, this is a book I was highly interested in reading for personal reasons.

    And I am really glad I did. The book was not just a 'how-to' on diets. It was an in-depth look at what pre-diabetes is, what detox is, and a breakdown of the diet, supplements, lifestyle changes, and detoxing your home.

    Many of these changes are holistic and require a shift in lifestyle. However, the information is well documented a

    As someone who has a disease that mimics pre-diabetes in a lot of ways, this is a book I was highly interested in reading for personal reasons.

    And I am really glad I did. The book was not just a 'how-to' on diets. It was an in-depth look at what pre-diabetes is, what detox is, and a breakdown of the diet, supplements, lifestyle changes, and detoxing your home.

    Many of these changes are holistic and require a shift in lifestyle. However, the information is well documented and cited, and the diet is very similar to other no sugar diets I've read about.

    In addition to this invaluable information, there are also some yummy recipes included. I do think I will adopt some of these things into my life. It isn't a big shift from South Beach, but does have a lot of other useful information on a holistic approach.

  • Take Me Away To A Great Read

    Thank you Goodreads for the giveaway of this advanced reader copy of this book. I agreed to give an honest review in exchange for receiving a copy of this book.

    This book was one I was excited to read because I have had gestational diabetes with both of pregnancies and as some one who is at risk of diabetes I knew this book really could be beneficial for me. I really enjoyed and agreed with the advice on organics and the recipes are amazing.

    This book is hard to review but I will say that anyone who has a famazing.

    Thank you Goodreads for the giveaway of this advanced reader copy of this book. I agreed to give an honest review in exchange for receiving a copy of this book.

    This book was one I was excited to read because I have had gestational diabetes with both of pregnancies and as some one who is at risk of diabetes I knew this book really could be beneficial for me. I really enjoyed and agreed with the advice on organics and the recipes are amazing.

    This book is hard to review but I will say that anyone who has a family history or just is interested in health in general should read this book. I don't think that this book was just for prediabetes it is for anyone who wants to live a healthier life and maybe doesn't know where to begin. I hope this book helps you like it has helped me!

  • Sarah

    Sarah Cimperman's book, " the prediabetes detox " is a well written book that is detailed and factual without being overwhelming to the reader. It describes what someone should and should not do to lower their blood sugar levels, as well as what someone should and should not eat. Much of it is common sense (ie don't eat cookies!), while some of it surprised me (ie don't eat bananas or carrots or drink milk of any kind). The book takes a holistic approach to overall health for the benefit of the

    Sarah Cimperman's book, " the prediabetes detox " is a well written book that is detailed and factual without being overwhelming to the reader. It describes what someone should and should not do to lower their blood sugar levels, as well as what someone should and should not eat. Much of it is common sense (ie don't eat cookies!), while some of it surprised me (ie don't eat bananas or carrots or drink milk of any kind). The book takes a holistic approach to overall health for the benefit of the whole body, and therefore can be applied to those who are concerned with not just diabetes.

    This book talks a lot about facts and scientific research, but the book does not give much motivation. Unfortunately, being overweight, diagnosed with diabetes (or cancer), or going on various medications is still not enough motivation for many people to adopt a healthy lifestyle. I don't think this book was designed to be motivational. Overall, this is a very good informative book to help the reader be educated and make wise choices.

  • Sherene

    What a wonderful book! A close family member of mine was diagnosed with diabetes a few years ago. This got my family actively thinking about ways to be healthier. Detoxing and cleansing is a great way to get started down a healthier path. This book does a nice job of laying out what you need to know when it comes to prediabeties. I will be sharing this book with my family and friends. It really is a “whole-body program” and I enjoyed that. I especially loved how it included recipes. So often you

    What a wonderful book! A close family member of mine was diagnosed with diabetes a few years ago. This got my family actively thinking about ways to be healthier. Detoxing and cleansing is a great way to get started down a healthier path. This book does a nice job of laying out what you need to know when it comes to prediabeties. I will be sharing this book with my family and friends. It really is a “whole-body program” and I enjoyed that. I especially loved how it included recipes. So often you are told what to eat and what not to eat but left with no real idea of how to prepare and enjoy the foods that are best for you. This book provides helpful and practical information that I have been able to integrate into my everyday life.

  • Michele

    Informative and impossible.

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