Keep your type 2 diabetes under control.
Manage Type 2 Diabetes with All Natural Methods
Sit down. Turn off your cell phone. Put the “DO NOT DISTURB” sign on the door…
Just imagine producing more insulin naturally and seeing your blood sugar levels brought back to normal!
This is a solution meant to properly manage type 2 diabetes without any side effects
It has been proven that the human body can produce more insulin in a natural way and the blood sugar levels can also be normalized following proper instructions.(i)The studies have shown that type 2 diabetes is not inevitably progressive and life-long.(ii).
Are you suffering from any of the following symptoms?
If the answer is YES, at least 2 of them, then you should stick with me for the next minutes, because I want to share with you the story of my life and how an open mind helped me and open my eyes regarding my type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes is a serious disease and is the 7th leading cause of death in the USiv. Being diagnosed with diabetes changes your life, but, here is the good news: you have the power to manage diabetes and live a long and healthy life.
In fact, diabetes rates are rising, and now considered “epidemic.” The American Diabetes Association reports that:
26 million Americans have type 2 diabetes.
79 million Americans are pre-diabeticv.
1.6 new cases of diabetes are reported each yearv(i).
For those over age 65, 1 in 4 have diabetesv(ii).
Diabetes increases the heart attack riskv(iii).
75% of adults with diabetes will develop high blood pressureix.
Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness, kidney failure and nervous system disorders(x).
“Type 2 diabetes turned me into a runner and an advocate. In 2006, at 39 yrs. old, chest pains landed me in the ER; I thought I was having a heart attack. Fifty pounds’ overweight, poor eating habits, and lack of exercise made me the latest victim of diabetes. After three days in the hospital, I headed home for drastic life changes. Denial, depression, and anger set in. Eventually, the bad turned into good, as I started eating healthy, dropped 45 pounds, and began walking regularly. In late 2008, I transitioned to running (slowly!) and have completed six 5K runs, two 10Ks, and most recently, my first half marathon, with three more planned next year! Though I often fight illness, and still deal with the occasional anger and depression about having diabetes, I am thankful for the many positive changes diabetes has brought into my life.”
— Robin LeRoy-Kyle, Age 43, Type 2 diabetes
“In August of 2002, weighing in at 220 pounds, I was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. I was put on oral medication told to lose weight. This was very hard for me to hear, as I had been a yo-yo dieter ALL my life. I was an overweight child, who grew up to be an overweight teen, adult and then a yo-yo dieter. However, I followed my doctor suggested that I take a diabetes class to help get me started. I also as did a lot of research on my own. I lost 65 pounds! Three years after my diagnosis, I was taken off of the medication. I now control my diabetes through eating a proper diet and exercise. I have my A1C checked every 6 months and my numbers have still been good. It has now been over seven years that I have kept the weight off and five years that I have been off of the medication. I’m living proof… It can be done!”
— Angela Myles, Age 40, Type 2 diabetes
Now, take a few minutes to read this letter until the end to find out some important recommendations which are very useful if you intend to significantly improve your diabetes management.
Let me give you a tip…
Type 2 diabetes cannot be regarded so much as a disease in which the human body does not produce enough insulin, but a disease of the organ which produces the insulin, and that organ is the pancreas!xi
But who is talking here?
My name is: Arnold Giles* and I am from Chicago and I’m very excited to share with you today! Being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes can be both emotionally and physically challenging.
Everyone has a story. I am no different. I’m not sure if my story will be important to you, but I bet it will be. I was suffering with my diabetes – until one day…
At 39 years old I was 157 pounds, 5ft 7in, and had never been overweight in my life. I had a great job at a major hospital as an RN, I ran and played cricket regularly and didn’t drink excessive alcohol. Yet, to my great surprise at a routine check-up I was told that I had type 2 diabetes.
You know that moment when your doctor tells you: “You have diabetes and your whole life will be drastically different from this point forward.” Right?
Well that’s exactly what happened with me, but at the end of the visit, my doctor told me that in 10 years I could be dependent on insulin! It could affect my sight, my feet, my ears and my heart!
I was shocked …
Nobody in my family had heard this diagnosis … so my first thought was, “This had to be a bad joke!”
I did not want to hear about pills, or shots, or appointments to the doctor, so I decided to ignore everything my doctor told me and to shut the door firmly on everything he just said that could possibly go wrong…
Bad decision …Looking back, I now know…
But things started to get worse…
My diabetes symptoms were subtle, at first.
During the winter, I had a bad viral flu. I began losing weight, which delighted me because I was always trying. I began urinating more often, which did not alarm me, because everyone knows RNs drink lots of coffee (a diuretic) on the night shift.
Sometimes I could not get a good deep breath – again, I thought, the stress of working 10-12-hour shifts.
In the spring, I was running around Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, on vacation, eating fried apple pies from the Apple Barn, homemade chocolate and vanilla nut fudge, maple pralines, and lots of biscuits and gravy, with good rich southern cooking.
I was still losing weight, looking for restrooms, feeling tired and dizzy, and I had that heavy sweet breath.
I went to a shop and bought a glucose monitor. My suspicions were confirmed Now all the symptoms, which had before seemed subtle, came screaming out at me. Diabetes!
The next few months were terrible…
I was hospitalized because my sugar balance was completely out of whack!
My blood sugar level regularly peaked above 500 and my HbA1c was 12.8. I had to inject rapid-acting insulin before every meal and long-acting insulin before going to sleep.
I could not get used to this…
So, from that point on, I became a detective.
I started researching everything I could find about my disease…
What caused it… what treatments the pharmaceutical companies were working on… what alternative treatment options might exist…
In the beginning, it was all extremely frustrating.
So, I doubled down on my research… spent 8 hours a day in front of my computer… and poured through every article, every scientific journal entry, every piece of raw data I could find.
Another three months went by with NOTHING to show for it, but I simply could not give up…
Finding an answer to the problem of diabetes had become my life’s mission… and nothing was going to stop me from finding the answers.
And, finally…eleven months into my research…
I found the answer I had been so desperately searching for.
The sugar bowl
The essential feature of type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes is that our bodies are filled with sugarxii. It is not just too much sugar in the blood. That’s only part of the problem.
There is too much sugar in our entire body.
Imagine your bodies as a sugar bowl. A bowl of sugar. When you are young, your sugar bowl is empty. Over decades, as one eats too much of the wrong things – sugary cereals, desserts and white bread, the sugar bowl gradually fills up with sugar until it is completely full.
The next time you eat, sugar enters the body, but sugar bowl is so full, it spills out into the blood.
Insulin is a normal hormone produced when we eat, and its job is to allow glucose into the cells. When it is no longer able to do it, glucose piles up outside the cell in the blood. This is called insulin resistancex(iii).
But why does this happen?
The cells are already over-filled with glucose.(xiv).
Like trying to blow air into an over-inflated balloon, it simply takes more force. The cell resists the glucose because it is completely full. Insulin resistance is an overflow phenomenon.
It is like packing your clothes into a suitcase. At first, the clothes go without any trouble. After a certain point, though, it is just impossible to jam in those last 2 T-shirts, and afterwards, you cannot close the suitcase. The luggage is now ‘resistant’ to the clothes.
Diabetes is the same overflow phenomenon. The cell is filled to bursting with glucose, so trying to force more in is difficult and requires your body to need much higher doses of insulin.
When the insulin levels are unable to keep up with the increasing resistance, your blood sugars rise; and you get diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and put on a treatment plan(xv).
Much of this extra sugar gets turned into fat!
The problem, of course, has not been solved – the sugar bowl is still overflowing. You have only moved sugar from the blood (where you could see it) into the body (where you could not see it).
Imagine that you hide your kitchen garbage under the rug instead throwing it outside in the trash. You cannot see it, so you can pretend your house is clean. When there is no more room underneath the rug, you throw the garbage into your bedroom, and bathroom, too. Anywhere where you do not have to see it.
You need to throw out the garbage, not hide it away. If a person can understand that too much sugar in the blood is toxic, why can’t a person understand that too much sugar in the body is toxic too?
The end game
Ok. So, what happens over time – 10 to 20 years?
Every single part of the body just starts to rot. This is precisely why type 2 diabetes, unlike any other disease, affects every part of our body. Every organ suffers the long-term effects of the excessive sugar load.
How to manage diabetes?
Once we understand type 2 diabetes, then the solution becomes plain and obvious. If one has too much sugar in the body, then get rid of it!
Do not simply hide it away so it cannot be seen. There are only two ways to get rid of excessive sugar in the body.
✔ Do not put sugar in.
✔ Burn it off.
That’s it. That’s all you need to do. What’s the best part?
It is all natural and completely free. No drugs. No surgery. No cost.
Step 1 – Do not put sugar in
The first step is to drop all sugar and refined starches from your diet. Sugar has no nutritional value.(xvi)
Doesn’t it seem obvious that one should avoid foods that raise the body’s blood sugar because they will eventually be absorbed into the body? The optimum strategy is to eat little or no refined carbohydrates.
Step 2 – Burn it off
Fasting is the simplest and fastest method to force your body to burn sugar for energy. Glucose in the blood is the most easily accessible source of energy for the body. Fasting is merely the other side of eating – if you are not eating – you are fasting. When you eat, your body stores food energy. When you fast, your body burns food energy. If you simply lengthen out your periods of fasting, you can burn off the stored sugar!
Since type 2 diabetes is merely excessive glucose in the body, burning it off will control the disease.
And that is all you need to do!
After I put all that information together and started my own program of healthy living, I am proud and excited to tell you that in less than 28 days I started to manage my disease.
What did I do? Easy…
I created a specific eating and supplementation plan that was extremely easy to follow…
I only needed to add a few fruits and vegetables to my diet… and a few supplements that could be purchased at any grocery store for less than $20…
I held my breath, as I followed the daily plan I had laid out.
After the first week, my blood sugar was a “little” lower… but nothing near what I was hoping for…which made me nervous…
But I stuck with it… I kept following the simple guide… and I kept praying that this would work…
And on the 8th day, something remarkable happened…
My blood sugar levels dropped dramatically… from 500 to 380…
The next day that number was 320…
The next it was 280…
And on and on it continued to drop until, by day 19, my blood sugar level was sitting at an even 100!
It was amazing; I simply never would have dreamed that I could reduce my sugar so drastically and in such a small period of time simply by carefully adding a few more foods and supplements into my diet.
But there were the readings… right in front of my very eyes.
So, I decided to start reducing both my oral medications…and my insulin shots, to see if it was just these few small dietary changes that was causing my sugar to drop so significantly.
And as I started taking lower and lower dosages of drugs…
Even after I had stopped taking my medication and insulin shots for more than a month…
Even as I started taking my readings every few days, instead of four times a day… my blood sugar level stayed right there at an even 100.
Emboldened, I began adding more carbs and starches to my diet.
I figured that since the supplement/nutrition combination I was using would manage all the excess sugar in my body anyways…that I could try introducing many of the foods I loved back into my diet…
Cornbread… hot pasta… a refreshing can of Coca Cola… you name it…
And, sure enough, I was amazed to see that even though I was suddenly eating these “no, no” foods…
My sugar level was still staying right there… right at an even 100.
Well you can imagine how incredible this feeling of relief was…
✔ To wake up each morning and know that I would not have to take a single blood sugar reading…
✔ Or pop any oral medications that made my stomach upset…
✔ Or to ever look at a dripping insulin needle again and mentally prepare myself to be stabbed…
It is overwhelming… it is liberating… and it gives you your life back!
Tons of people have asked me for my plan, so I wrote down my story, tips, and advice in an inspirational eBook.
“Hello Arnold, two days after my diagnosis I purchased your booklet online. For me that was a true revelation. I have already lost 10 kilos and feel better than ever.” (Jonathan V, August 16, 2015)
“Finally, I’ve found a useful book by an experienced expert with diabetes. I am in the same situation. I have read your book in one sitting. I now take a stand against my type 2 diabetes and I will keep you informed of my progress!” (Jimmy K, November 18, 2015)
My story has become an eBook, specifically for everyone who has type 2 diabetes.
Not a scientific publication, but an inspirational story.
You can download it now and start reading it immediately on your PC, laptop, e-reader, or tablet. So, you do not have to wait!
If you develop diabetes, your world collapses. Countless questions come up. The most important one you are asking yourself now, is: “Can I manage my life like this?” My doctor told me that with type 2 diabetes – 90% of diabetics have this type – it is possible to get your disease under control and live a normal life.
I did it! I even managed to turn around the development of the disease and went into remission!
My tip to you: whatever you do, do not allow yourself to be guided by those diabetes horror stories you read everywhere…
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What can you expect from my eBook? After some general explanations about the disease, I tell you my story: how my HbA1c has gone down and how I have already managed to control my diabetes by changing my living and eating habits.
Can you just imagine the absolute joy of finally saying I CAN manage my diabetes?
The feeling of waking up in the morning, knowing that your blood sugar is under your control and will be throughout the entire day… No matter what you eat, drink, or do…
Make a Decision
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i http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/type-2-diabetes-guide/diabetes-causes#1 people with type 2 diabetes produce insulin; however, the insulin their pancreas secretes is either not enough or the body is unable to recognize the insulin and use it properly (insulin resistance).
ii http://www.ncl.ac.uk/magres/research /diabetes/documents/ Diabetes-Reversaloftype2studyJune15.pdf Newcastle biomedicine – Magnetic Resonance Centre – Newcastle University – Further information on the research on Reversing Type 2 Diabetes
iii http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG /Conditions/More/Diabetes /WhyDiabetesMatters/Cardiovascular-Disease-Diabetes_UCM_313865_Article.jsp/Diabetes is treatable, but even when glucose levels are under control it greatly increases the risk of heart disease and stroke. That’s because people with diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes, may have the following conditions that contribute to their risk for developing cardiovascular disease.
iv http://www.diabetes.org/diabetes-basics/statistics/ Deaths: Diabetes remains the 7th leading cause of death in the United States in 2010, with 69,071 death certificates listing it as the underlying cause of death, and a total of 234,051 death certificates listing diabetes as an underlying or contributing cause of death.
v http://www.webmd.com/diabetes/news/ 20110126/cdc-26-million-americans-have-diabetes#1 The CDC says about 26 million adult Americans have diabetes and that 79 million more have prediabetes, a condition that raises the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
vii http://patient.info/health/diabetes-and-high-blood-pressure In the UK, about half of all people aged over 65, and about 1 in 4 of all middle-aged adults, have high blood pressure. It is less common in younger adults.
viii http://www.webmd.com/diabetes /news/20080331/ diabetes-increases-heart-attack-risk#1 Diabetes Increases Heart Attack Risk . Findings Point Out Need to Aggressively Treat Cardiovascular Risk Factors, Researchers Say
ix http://umm.edu/health/medical/ reports/articles/ high-blood-pressure Up to 75% of cardiovascular problems in people with diabetes may be due to hypertension.
x https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/ diabetes/ preventing-diabetes-problems/ heart-disease-stroke Over time, high blood glucose levels damage nerves and blood vessels, leading to complications such as heart disease and stroke, the leading causes of death among people with diabetes.
xi https://www.niddk.nih.gov/ health-information/ diabetes/causes Diabetes is a disorder of metabolism—the way the body uses digested food for energy. The digestive tract breaks down carbohydrates—sugars and starches found in many foods—into glucose, a form of sugar that enters the bloodstream. With the help of the hormone insulin, cells throughout the body absorb glucose and use it for energy. Diabetes develops when the body does not make enough insulin or is not able to use insulin effectively, or both.
xii https://www.drugwatch.com/ actos/type-2-diabetes/ Patients with Type 2 diabetes have excess sugar in their blood, which can cause a number of complications, including nerve and kidney damage. The disease is usually treated with medication, but some come with serious side effects.
xiii https://www.niddk.nih.gov/ health-information/diabetes/ types/prediabetes-insulin-resistance Insulin resistance increases the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. Prediabetes usually occurs in people who already have insulin resistance. Although insulin resistance alone does not cause type 2 diabetes, it often sets the stage for the disease by placing a high demand on the insulin-producing beta cells. In prediabetes, the beta cells can no longer produce enough insulin to overcome insulin resistance, causing blood glucose levels to rise above the normal range.
xiv https://intensivedietarymanagement.com/ new-paradigm- insulin-resistance-t2d/ Then there is the central paradox of hepatic insulin resistance. Let me explain. Insulin has two major actions on the liver. Remember that insulin goes up when you eat. It tells the body to stop producing glucose in the liver (gluconeogenesis) because there is lots of glucose coming in from the stomach (food). This is mediate through the FOX01 pathway.The second major action in the liver is to increase the production of fat (De Novo Lipogenesis (DNL)). This is to deal with the incoming flood of glucose that the body cannot use right way. This is mediated through the SREBP-1c pathway.
xv https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information /diabetes/types/ prediabetes-insulin-resistance Over time, insulin resistance can lead to type 2 diabetes and prediabetes because the beta cells do not keep up with the body’s increased need for insulin. Without enough insulin, excess glucose builds up in the bloodstream, leading to diabetes, prediabetes, and other serious health disorders.
xvi https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/ nutritionsource/ carbohydrates/added-sugar-in-the-diet/ There’s no nutritional need or benefit that comes from eating added sugar.
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