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Here’s What A Man Consumed And Overcame His Diabetes Without Medicine!

Here’s What a Man Consumed and Overcame His Diabetes Without Medicine!

Here’s What a Man Consumed and Overcame His Diabetes Without Medicine!

This is the story of a young man who was diagnosed with diabetes and high blood pressure four years ago and succeeded to cure himself. Insulin and high blood pressure pills were inevitable. However, he chose another option to overcome his illness: He consumed raw vegetables and fruits!
Four years ago, he accidentally found out that he had diabetes when he visited the doctor because he constantly felt thirsty.
The results were shocking: his sugar turned out to be 29 and he was told that his pancreas was no longer working, so he wouldn’t be able to live without taking insulin. The situation made him cope with the illness, and he did everything required to preserve his health, took part in various sports activities, and regularly took insulin.
Nevertheless, his medical condition was becoming even worse, he consumed numerous pills, and still new medical issues appeared, his triglyceride levels increased up to 16, his pressure was up to 150/100. And he had enough.
His 2013 New Year Resolution was that he would overcome his illnesses, as he turned on the TV and saw the show “The Edge of Science”.
That night, Dr. John Zirdum was the guest in the show and spoke about his healthy lifestyle. Namely, he lived on raw foods only for 12 years. After the show, our he gave it some thought and decided to try it by himself. He bought a blender and started a completely new life.
During the first week, he had the same temptations and all of them were successfully overcome which gave the first results. In a very short period of time, his blood sugar level dropped to 5.
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A Man Overcame His Diabetes Without Medicine, Here’s What He Consumed

A Man Overcame His Diabetes Without Medicine, Here’s What He Consumed

A young man has been diagnosed with high blood pressure and diabetes four years ago, so he had to take numerous oils to treat his conditions on a daily basis.
However, he decided to treat himself completely naturally and started consuming raw vegetables and fruits and eventually succeeded in restoring his health!
This man found out that he had diabetes completely accidentally, 4 years ago. At the beginning, he started feeling thirsty all the time, and when he went to his doctor, he had already been in a dangerous shock.
It turned out that his sugar level was 29, so his doctor stated that his pancreas was no longer functioning. Namely, this actually meant that he had to take insulin regularly in order to stay alive.
He had no choice and started taking the prescribed therapy in order to cope with his illness. He regularly took insulin and became physically active by doing sports.
However, after some time, his condition became even worse, and he started suffering from other health issues as well, as he took to many medications, his triglyceride levels elevated to 16, the blood pressure was 150/100 …
Therefore, he felt that it was just too much for him. On New Year’s Eve, he decided to turn an entirely new page in life and finally solve his health problems.
Actually, he saw a show called “The Edge of Science” on TV, which interviewed Dr. John Zirdum, who consumed only raw foods for 12 years. As soon as the show finished, this young man thought about it well and decided to attempt the same approach. He purchased a blender and decided to change his life!
During the first Continue reading

BioHub Offers New Hope to Diabetes Sufferers

BioHub Offers New Hope to Diabetes Sufferers

For more than 24 million Americans, diabetes is a harsh part of everyday life. The disease is particularly prevalent among the Latino community, and Hispanic adults are almost twice as likely as white non-Hispanics to be diagnosed with diabetes.
Countless researchers have been working tirelessly for years trying to find a possible cure for the disease, which seems to be on the upswing. According to a 2010 report from the Centers for Disease Control, 1 out of 3 adults in the United States could be diagnosed with diabetes by the year 2050. An answer to many people's prayers, however, may be around the corner.
On March 5th, researchers under the leadership of Dr. Camillo Ricordi at the Diabetes Research Institute at the University of Miami announced a medical breakthrough, a biologically-engineered organ that would mimic the pancreas in creating the precise amount of insulin the body would need at any given moment, thereby controlling the patient's blood sugar levels. Called the "BioHub," it was described as "the closest medical science has gotten to a cure" for Type 1 diabetes, the variety also known as juvenile diabetes because most patients develop it either during their childhood or teen years.
In the mid-1980s, Ricordi invented a device that was capable of extracting islets, or the cells that produce insulin, from a donated, healthy pancreas. The cells could then be transplanted into the patient's liver. The body's immune system, however, would eventually kill the foreign cells. The only workaround was for the patient to take anti-rejection drugs, causing several side eff Continue reading

And I'm Diabetes Free Now

And I'm Diabetes Free Now

I Followed Dr.'s Orders
Rob Kardashian has made an incredible turnaround in his fight against diabetes ... he's telling his family he's no longer diabetic ... TMZ has learned.
We're told Rob says he's in remission and his doctor told him he doesn't have to take medication for his type 2 diabetes.
He was hospitalized last December for his diabetes, which doctors warned could put him in a diabetic coma if he didn't maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Rob's been eating healthy and exercising regularly since he began dating Blac Chyna... but he's not fully in the clear.
We're told doctors warned him his diabetes could come back if he falls off the wagon again. Continue reading

The Diabetes Dawn Phenomenon: Why It Happens, What To Do

The Diabetes Dawn Phenomenon: Why It Happens, What To Do

How frustrating to wake up in the morning with elevated blood sugar when all you did was dream about eating a piece of cheesecake.
A seemingly spontaneous rise in blood glucose during the early morning hours – experienced by many people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes – is called the dawn phenomenon, or dawn effect.
The dawn phenomenon is actually the body’s response to an aspect of its own natural rhythms.
Why It Happens
The human body, with its wired-in wisdom, releases hormones such as cortisol, catecholamines, and growth hormone during the early morning hours. These hormones help maintain and restore the body’s cells, and they trigger the liver to release glucose. The rising glucose is meant to be regulated by circulating insulin.
Many people with diabetes do not have enough circulating insulin during predawn hours to regulate this end-of-night surge in blood sugar, so they are greeted on waking by the rising sun and an elevated morning glucose reading.
What to Do About It
A recent research study suggests that taking basal insulin in the evening is the only effective solution to the dawn phenomenon. However, if you are not currently taking insulin, consult with your doctor, and consider trying one of these possible dawn effect solutions:
Exercise late in the day. Being active closer to bedtime may lower your blood sugar while you sleep.
Adjust your medication(s). Talk to your physician about tweaking your medication(s) to counter the higher morning readings.
Eat breakfast. When you eat breakfast, your body will tell the predawn glucose-stimulating hormones to gi Continue reading

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