I believe Diabetes is a controllable disease. My Uncle too had diabetes, but he has managed to bring it down considerably over the last few years. To bring diabetes under control or to bring blood sugar level under control, he shared the below tips with me:
-Try water therapy. After waking up in the morning, drink atleast 4-5 glasses of water before having tea/coffee or breakfast. If possible, have warm water. During the day, drink as much water as possible (atleast 15-18 glasses of water in 1 day).
-Whenever you feel hungry, drink 1-2 glasses of water and then have your food. This will reduce your food consumption to a certain extent.
-Avoid sweets, chocolates, fried food or any other high calorie food.
-Eat lots of green vegetables, salads, guava, etc.
-Walk for atleast 45 minutes in the early morning sunlight. Sunlight before 7:45 a.m. is very good for health.
-Make a habit of walking for atleast 10-15 minutes after every meal for proper digestion.
-Drink tea and coffee without sugar or using a low-calorie sweetener. If possible, avoid drinking them for more than 1-2 times a day.
-Start doing yoga.
-Instead of having two heavy meals, try having lighter meals at short intervals of time.
Most of the above tips helped my Uncle to reduce sugar levels considerably and bring Diabetes down to a level where it is almost normal (though becoming completely normal seems very very difficult). Important thing is to persist with the tips for a longer period of time.
Thanks & Best Regards,