#1 Most Important Thing For Diabetics
"For years doctors have known the potential dangers of oral hypoglycemic (blood sugar lowering) drugs. But for whatever reason they continue to prescribe them to patients. So my question is this: When are we going to learn—rather, when are we going to accept—that oral medications for type 2 diabetes actually do more harm than good?" Dr. Julian Whitaker, Whitaker Wellness Institute, "The Truth About Diabetes"
"Her 1994 book, Poisonous Prescriptions, describes Landymore-Lim's investigations which have found that diabetes may in fact be a major side effect of antibiotics and other common pharmaceuticals. The book provides evidence from studies and hospital records. Diabetes, usually thought to be largely a genetic disorder, may actually have increased so much in the last 50 years because of the proliferation in the use, and over-use, of medicines. " Dr. Andrew Saul, www.doctoryourself.com
"According to top medical doctors, nutritionists, scientists and now even the media, type 2 diabetes is a completely reversible condition. Yet millions of people all over the world are being told that diabetes is “genetic” and that they have to live with it the rest of their life." Dr. Josh Axe, www.draxe.com
"Many experts believe Type 2 diabetes is an incurable disease that gets worse with time. But new research raises the tantalizing possibility that drastic changes in diet may reverse the disease in some people." http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/04/18/hope-for-reversing-type-2-diabetes
"We have seen numerous people reverse their condition," says Dr. Michelle Magee, director of the MedStar Diabetes Institute in Washington. www.cnn.com/2011/HEALTH/01/28/reverse.diabetes/
HSPH’s Willett, who chairs the Department of Nutrition, said that getting Americans’ diet right can mean the difference between being healthy or ill. Studies have shown that not smoking, eating properly, and keeping a healthy weight — a body mass index of under 25 — reduces the risk of diabetes by 90 percent.
“Apart from lung cancer, there is no other disease that can be almost eliminated with simple lifestyle changes,” Willett said. http://news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2012/03/the-big-setup/
Why are more and more physicians across the U.S. swinging over to more natural means of treatment and healing? Could it be that they know something we, the patients, don't? Are they tired of practicing medicine that does more harm than good?
The first step any one suffering type II diabetes should take is to educate themselves about their disease and ALL of the possible treatment regimens available. Don't be afraid to trust in alternative treatments that the medical community in general may label as 'old wives tales'. Many of those treatments have been proven to work but have been discredited by large pharmaceutical companies as hoaxes because they cannot be patented and charged outrageous prices for. Open your eyes and investigate for yourself before accepting that you must stay on a dangerous drug for the rest of your life!
If you suffer from type II diabetes, the wonderful news is that it CAN be reversed.