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Diabetes Destroyer Review – Does David Andrews’ 3-step Pancreas Jumpstart Trick Really Reverse Diabetes?

Reverse your diabetes using a 3-step Pancreas Jumpstart! The following Diabetes Destroyer review takes an in-depth look at David Andrews’ newly released diabetes treatment method. Diabetes Destroyer outlines a natural, safe, and effective dietary protocol for permanently getting rid of pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes without drugs, finger pricking, or insulin shots. Based on David’s 3-step “Pancreas Jumpstart Trick”, it is one of the quickest and most effective routes to fix damaged beta cells and restore insulin use and production to normal in type 2 diabetics. It is an excellent choice for men and women who are tired of constantly monitoring and managing their symptoms and are ready to finally live a life free of diabetes. The Diabetes Destroyer is a digital ebook (PDF) with an accompanying MP3 audio version available for purchase and immediate download directly from author David Andrews’ website. Get instant access now through David’s site or continue below to read our all-inclusive review, complete with author information, module-by-module breakdowns, bonus content, and what to realistically expect from the program. At War With Diabetes Diabetes kills, and the nigh Continue reading >>

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  1. dandeliondebris

    I recently started taking metformin again after being off of it for about 3 years. I started on 500mg ER once daily, and the side effects weren't too bad.
    My doctor and I discussed that my numbers haven't changed much in the few months I've been back on it, so we decided to double my dose. I now take one 500mg ER tablet in the morning and another at night. We started this a week ago.
    This past week I have noticed a lot of side effects. I've been incredibly nauseous all week, had bad abdominal pain, and been fairly constipated. I thought that these were pretty normal side effects, but it's becoming increasingly difficult to make myself eat, and I've been feeling so poor and fatigued that I haven't wanted to get out of bed. I did some Googling (probably not the best thing to do), and I saw a bunch of articles on lactic acidosis. A lot of the symptoms seem to overlap with metormin's side effects, so now I've gotten myself extremely freaked out. I know that it is supposedly rare, but I also have read that it can be very fatal. I don't have any history of kidney issues (I assume I would know if I did?), but now I'm pretty worried and am debating stopping the increased dose amount.
    I am a 23 year old female. I have a history of alcoholism but have been sober 5 months. Should I be concerned, or do my symptoms seem clear cut like the typical side effects?

  2. powerwalker2

    Hi, DD ~ I can only tell you that my experience in becoming able to tolerate metformin extended release was to get adjusted to it GRADUALLY -- only adding an additional dose very slowly, and after all the side effects from the initial dose went away. It took almost a year -- going from 500mg, x2,x3,x4. (With the name brand, Glucophage XR). Whenever I'd have any side effect, I would just skip or cut back on my dosage the next day.
    I think you should talk with your doctor about what's going on with you, and see if he thinks that a more gradual introduction to the increased dose might be helpful.
    Since you were feeling good on the single dose, but your numbers haven't been where you wanted them, I'm wondering what changes you've made in your diet and exercise routines, and if you've seen a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)? The pills can't do it all.

  3. candlesflame

    Hi I was on metformin 1000 once a day 12 yrs then they put me on metformin 500 2xs am 2xs pm and my health care plan refuses to give a a copay amt they want $480 a month for ER so i just take old metformin so i have to keep the dosage lower it seem 1000 a day i get along fine even after 12 yrs on metformin if i up the dosage to the required 2000 a day i get really sick..i have tried taking it late at night..on a full stomach , i still get the texas two step cramps and drink lots of pink.. if i up the dosage...
    this year i am eating more protein and salads and walking more miles to upgrade my taking a lower dosage of metformin..good luck just when you think you have this figured out...weeeeeeeeeee its a roller coaster ride fer sure

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