If you or someone you love is living with diabetes, then you know how difficult it can be to maintain blood sugar and make sure that your diet fits your medical needs. You may have even heard your doctor say, “Eat right and exercise, or you’ll become a diabetic.” While this can be true, it doesn’t mean that you have to live in fear of developing diabetes, or if you have diabetes, that your condition will worsen. In How to Prevent & Reverse Diabetes Naturally, you’ll learn how you can safely and effectively prevent the onset of diabetes, and if you have the condition, how you can reverse its effects.
Are You Listening?
It’s important to always listen to your doctor’s advice, and if he or she tells you that you’re at risk for diabetes, it can be beneficial to make some lifestyle changes. Nancy, a woman who shared her story in a 2006 issue of The Voice of the Diabetic, didn’t listen to her doctor’s warnings, and after three years of eating and living as she pleased, she developed Type 2 diabetes.
Nancy began taking medication for her diabetes, but didn’t significantly alter her diet or her lifestyle. Her health continued to diminish and she soon started having trouble seeing and experiencing tingling in her legs and feet. Ultimately, she suffered a heart attack that almost claimed her life.
Could Nancy’s diabetes and health problems have been prevented? The answer is YES!
Diabetes is Preventable and Reversible – Without Drugs or Insulin!
My name is Danica Collins, and I am the Managing Editor of the Underground Health Reporter as well as the author several books on health and wellness, including How to Prevent & Reverse Diabetes Naturally. I never like to see someone suffering from an illness or condition that could’ve been avoided, and diabetes is one of those conditions.
Diabetes is preventable and reversible without drugs or insulin, but only if you know what to do. If you have high blood sugar, getting it under control should be your number one priority. If you don’t, the consequences could be catastrophic. Seventy-five percent of diabetics die of a heart attack, but the cardiovascular system isn’t the only thing that’s compromised by diabetes. Your blood vessels, kidneys, and nerves can also be affected, which can lead to a host of issues much like the ones Nancy experienced.
This is why I’ve written this book. I want to provide you and everyone you know with the information necessary to prevent diabetes, or if you have the condition, to get it safely under control. In this book, I present simple, natural ways to get your high blood sugar back down to a manageable level.
Anti-diabetic drugs and insulin injections are designed to lower your blood sugar, but they don’t address the cause of your high blood sugar. Your body is unable to naturally create the insulin it needs to control your blood sugar, so you must rely on artificial means. However, by altering your eating habits, giving your body the nutrients it needs, becoming more active, and other lifestyle changes, you can get your diabetes under control.
Nothing breaks my heart more than seeing someone suffer needlessly from a condition that can be avoided or remedied. This is why I’ve written this book – to provide you with the tools you need to beat high blood sugar, get your diabetes under control, or to avoid the condition altogether. I know that after you read this book, you’ll want to share the amazing information you’ve learned with everyone who know. You might even save someone’s life!