Yes, it is possible to reverse diabetes. Think of it like this in simple terms. An A1C score of below 5.7 is considered normal. 5.7 to 6.4 is considered prediabetes. Anything above 6.4 is considered full blown diabetes. So, anytime an individual is able to get their A1C down below 5.7 and hold it there, they have reversed their diabetes.
Yes, it does happen. However, whatever that individual did to keep their blood sugar below 5.7 they have to continuously maintain. Typically, this will involve adding some form of regular, strenuous exercise into the mix of eating healthy, losing weight, lowering carbs, and taking your prescribed medications. Your doctor will then see if she or he can remove you from your medications without your A1C rising above 5.7. If this is successful long-term, congratulations, you have successfully reversed your diabetes! No, it is not the norm, but it does occasionally happen. You can make this your goal.