how to beat diabetes naturally

Actually any whole grain Bulgur (cracked wheat) Whole wheat flour, Whole oats/oatmeal. Whole grain cornmeal. Plain Popcorn. Brown rice. Whole rye. Whole grain barley. Couscous, Quinoa is good for blood sugar control. But in reality what worked great for me was when I stopped eating all the man made processed foods I was eating for 45 years. I been a Type 2 for 17 years and for 16 of those years I was on insulin 135-units a day and a HBA1c of 11.8 until I change my lifestyle and within a year I was taken off insulin and 8 months later I was taken off oral pill. You may think some have high carbs however, whole grains digest a lot slower than processed grains so you won’t have sugar spikes, When are they going to publish something good?I’m so sick of hearing Diabetes causes absolutely everything in life.Something positive for once would be nice,instead of if you have diabetes type 1-you are more likely to get kidney disease,heart disease,eye problems and the list goes on.Come on give us all some hope,not just tear us down with this disease.I’m even currently fighting against a work injury-apparently caused by diabetes。
There is such a wide spectrum of the disease. For those who have the long term devastating side affects, people just don’t understand the severity,There’s a high correlation between diabetes and dementia. I’ve heard it referred to as Type3 diabetes.
So many fun facts, This article, as serious as it seems, still only touches on surface reality. We are willing and able to hear more reality. As a result, I am disconnecting from this page, A couple of years ago, before I was diagnosed, my sugar levels were off the scale. (Left work in an ambulance, drifting in and out of coma). A 2 day stay in hospital brought me under control, but the side effects were longer lasting. Eyesight – never wore glasses before, had to wear 2 pairs together to see.
Memory – had to carry a notebook with me because memory was so bad that one morning I woke up and couldn’t remember my own name, had to go look it up.
General health – I had lost almost 10 kg in weight, generally run-down.
Then to add insult to injury, a few months later, woke up one morning and left side wasn’t working. Stroke, which kept me in hospital for 12 days.
I’m back working as a mechanic again, I was one of the lucky ones -no permanent damage from the stroke.
Turning 63 next week and still working.
Thank you. A great article showing the daily struggles many intelligent self aware diabetics suffer, When I began reading this “guide fizo amazing” (Google it), I was dejected, frustrated and stressed out because my usual PP sugar level was hovering over 300 and my A1c was 11.5%. That’s what I have experienced two months ago. Then I’ve discovered “guide fizo amazing” (Google it) and adhered to it consistently. And that did it. Now I feel like grooving for my PP sugar level is below 140, New guidelines is about risk score and not the #s. the risk is calculated based on cholesterol reading, age, gender, BP, whether you have atherosclerosis or not(hardening of blood vessels). If you are found in need of statin and or aspirin, continuing to repeat blood test for cholesterol is meaningless. Unlike diabetes #s and kidney function which needs to continue to be checked regularly to avoid complications。
i know the feeling just startes infusions ans so remember my first one and after that getting sick and having to go for all t times too you have to get your blood drawn, Type for 27 years, diagnosed at 14. I go in spurts of trying to do it….then i go months (years?) not doing it. I’m sick to death of appointments….GP’s, opthamologust, dietician, chiropodist, endocrinologist. Throw the dentist and gyno in there and i get so overwhelmed i quit. I’m pissed at myself for my eye problems, dental issues and god only knows what else.
It just plain sucks! I’d love a type1 friend who gets how truly frustrsting diabetes makes life. Plus i like sharing fb meme’s about it……but no one else gets the humor;  I’ve been type 1 for 35 years. I’m on a Medtronic insulin pump and glucose sensor. From when I was diagnosed (at 14 years old and was 48 pounds and went onto a three day coma), I knew that I had to live my life a new way. I refused to let it get the best of me. It’s a new way of living. If most people live like a diabetic should, they would be healthier and feel better! You Can Do this! I believe in you。
yrs here. Have seen, done, fixed almost everything but my stupid pancreas. But I like to fight and do so with both fist everyday. I’m here for ya, I’ve been diabetic for 35+ yrs. I find that being grateful every day for being alive helps me. I also exercise 6 days a week and am in better shape now at 65 than I was before. I always walked and was athletic as a kid but it took yrs to get motivated again. I believe that exercise is a real mood booster. I’m on the pump so it takes a lot of work but I feel so much better now, it’s worth it. It’s never too late. My a1c stays between 6.1 and 6.4. That’s enough to keep me motivated, Hi there I’ve been a Type 1 diabetic for 20 years and was diagnosed at age 23. I do not currently struggle with it at all – I take my insulin and eat pretty much whatever I want. I am a very lazy diabetic and rarely test my blood sugars – unless I feel particularly low or high (and then to check if I’m right). So far, so good and no eye, leg, feet, nerve problems at all – though I know this could change. I just don’t let it rule my life or be the reason I can’t or shouldn’t do anything. I run reasonable distances regularly and my diabetes doesn’t affect that at all, though this helps keep the weight off. To me, it’s a side issue and not the main thing. I refuse to let it be the main thing. Sure, I’ve had scary lows on and off, but for the most part, it doesn’t affect my life at all. I hope you can achieve a similar attitude – though I would probably recommend testing more frequently than I do, as I am not a good example really!! It’s more luck than judgement for me. All the best 。

Michelle Cervantes

Michelle Cervantes

Hi, I'm Michelle and I am a committed campaigner for the promotion of healthier lifestyles. I love my mom, I've tried to have a healthier lifestyle for my mom. Everyone should be happy and healthy life

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