Have you been diagnosed as a Diabetic Type II? Has your doctor prescribed medication for you to control your blood sugar level?
There is truly no such thing as Diabetes Type II. I don’t believe your doctor is lying to you, but either he or she does not understand and is ignorant of how blood sugar levels rise and fall.
Most Americans having high blood sugar levels who still produce insulin cannot be diagnosed as a true Diabetic Type I, so they are classified as a Diabetic Type II. Diabetes Type II is strictly optional, you have control over it, your doctor does not have control over it and there is no need for synthetic drugs to manage Diabetes Type II
If your blood sugar levels are too high, then eat less sugar. It’s that simple!
Diabetes Type II is a disease of the over consumption of carbohydrates and sugar. No drug is needed to control Diabetes Type II, it’s just a matter of eating less carbohydrates and sugar. Americans simply have overwhelmed their body‘s natural ability to process these sugars.
How can a physician say that you have too much sugar or glucose in your blood, but that you don’t have to worry about how much sugar you eat? This is totally ridiculous, preposterous, and dangerous over the long run. Many diseases; heart disease, high blood pressure, GERD, gastrointestinal disorders, obesity, chronic fatigue, and yes, even cancer can be caused by a high blood sugar level.
Don’t be fooled by those who insist that reducing carbohydrate and sugar intake will not help diabetes.
Even the American Diabetic Association has errored and still emphasizes that diabetics should eat a high carb diet.
If you choose to take an antidiabetic drug to control your blood sugar level, that is certainly your freedom.
I’m also not telling you to stop your medication that has been prescribed by your physician. But, changing your diet is the only cure.
Eating a high protein diet with plenty of healthy fats, and a low intake of carbohydrates and sugar will cure Diabetes Type II and lower the risk of all diseases.
Keeping Americans in the dark as to how they can cure Diabetes Type II with drugs can only be in the best interest of Big Pharma and their shareholders.
Don’t let your doctor dissuade you from going on a low carbohydrate diet, but do make sure your doctor monitors the progress. It may be a learning experience for both of you. Perhaps in this way more and more medical practitioners can learn the true benefit of carbohydrate restriction. Also, keep in mind that it takes time for the body to adjust and to correct physical imbalances that took years to occur.
Only you can cure Diabetes Type II.
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