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STOP! Before Your Doctor Ruins Your Life With Insulin

I believe in taking the opportunity to naturally reverse type 2 diabetes. Once medicated and on insulin, you are not reversing the effects of diabetes. You are managing glucose levels, side effects of the disease and medication and the daunting reality that dosages will increase.

The problem with this protocol is you are not improving your health.

If you think it’s hard to adjust your lifestyle by making better food choices, building in some activity and getting good rest, living on insulin shots for the rest of your life will increase that difficulty.

Kidney Issues, The Effects from Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetic Nephropathy

Kidney disease is no joking matter. I’ve met many diabetics with kidney issues, some on dialysis. It’s time to understand how diabetes effects your kidneys. A common problem from high glucose levels is small blood vessels become injured. When this happens, your kidneys lose the ability to properly clean your blood, causing you to retain water and salt, along with many other issues.

Ignore Doctors’ Advice for Diabetes Patients Not to Test Glucose

I came across an article, “Can folks with type 2 diabetes forgo the finger stick?” I am appalled at the advice these physicians have given; physicians who even run a diabetes center. To be honest, this has taken me days to write this article as I did not want my anger to take over on this very topic.

Should a Type 2 Diabetes Patient Avoid Insulin?

Has your doctor mentioned the need for insulin? There are basically two types of insulin: bolus, which is your mealtime insulin, and basal, a long acting insulin.

Before we get any further, I’d like to clarify this does not mean you have Type 1 Diabetes.

When glucose levels remain high over a period of time, a type 2 diabetes patient may be prescribed a basal insulin. This would be injected once daily. The insulin is more than likely in addition to your oral medication. When this isn’t enough to stabilize your glucose levels, mealtime insulin can be added.


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