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Typ-2-Diabetes: Remission is possible!

Remission is possible. Every patient with type 2 diabetes should have the right to reverse his diabetes!

Aktuelle Studien haben gezeigt, dass bei mehr als der Hälfte der neu entdeckten Diabetesfälle eine Remission innerhalb weniger Wochen möglich ist. Deshalb fordert der Autor: Jeder Typ-2-Diabetiker sollte darüber informiert werden, dass sich sein Diabetes zurückbilden kann.

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Scholl, J. Typ-2-Diabetes: Remission is possible!. MMW - Fortschritte der Medizin 160, 60–65 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s15006-018-1031-x

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Keywords

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • remission
  • meal replacement therapy
  • very low-carb ketogenic diet
  • DIRECT
  • VIRTA Health