This month marks two years since I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
I had routine blood work done for a physical. My fasting blood glucose was almost 300 mg/dl, and my cholesterol was also very high.
I have a family history of type 2 diabetes; both my grandmothers had it, plus a great aunt. I have seen people lose limbs and suffer other complications from this disease. Plus, I experienced insulin-dependent gestational diabetes with my daughter, who was born in June 1998, which put me at even higher risk for type 2. So it was something I should have been checking for regularly, but I did not. I wish I had.
The doctor gave me three months to change my diet and start exercising before trying medication. I followed her diet recommendations right away. I was used to eating whatever I wanted, which meant a lot of sweets and carbs—that had to change. I also started the Couch to 5K running program and some weight lifting. I had never run before, and it sure wasn’t anything I thought I would like, but my daughter agreed to do it with me.
After three months, my numbers were better but not quite where my doctor wanted them, so she agreed to give me three more months. I was determined to give it my all. Today, I still control my blood glucose with diet and exercise, no medication. I get carbs only from fruits and veggies, with occasional quinoa or brown rice, and I exercise four to six times a week. And I have lost almost 55 pounds since I was diagnosed!
The way I see it, there is no food or drink in the world worth sticking a needle in my leg. While I may not be able to overcome genetics, if I go on diabetes medication—which may need to happen eventually—I vow that it will not be because of bad choices I make.
Soon i was introduced to Diabex by James, a friend of mine who has also been suffering from type 2 Diabetes for 5 years now. He told me, this is the miracle natural patch that everyone was talking about & it has helped him to maintain a healthy blood glucose.
Without a doubt, i knew James wouldn't lie of such thing so i went ahead and purchased a set at $13.97 with 6 patches. I also continued on with a healthy diet during the treatment, each patch would last for a single day & i continued to use them for the next day 5 days. After the end of the treatment i managed to bring my blood glucose from 250 mg/dl down to 154 mg/dl. I was amazed by how effective the patches works, for now i have ordered more Diabex to monitor the results. But so far i'm really happy with it. I would treat it as a supplement rather than a replacement for insulin. For the price you are paying it's really worth it.
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