Do You Feel Defeated by Diabetes?
So… you’ve recently been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. For a moment, recall the day you received that diagnosis. How did you feel? Fearful, angry, frustrated? Diabetics are often taught that there is no cure for their diagnosis, and you probably felt as though you just learn to live with the condition and manage it to the best of your ability.
Most diabetics are given conventional guidelines for managing blood sugar, weight, cholesterol, and blood pressure; and then you’re sent away without any mention of possibly reversing your condition. You may reason that you’re pretty much guaranteed to suffer a steady decline in health through the years.
This assumption is not only disheartening, but unacceptable.
Most diabetics fear that diabetes and its related health complications will negatively alter their quality of life and significantly reduce their lifespan. And unfortunately, with an incorrect approach to treatment, these fears may be justified! But we’ve got great news for you if you have been feeding defeated by your diagnosis of diabetes:
Type 2 Diabetes is Reversible!
We’ve seen countless clients who have been diagnosed with diabetes who are scared and dissatisfied with their prescribed treatments. They’re not ready to live with such a bleak prognosis, and they want better outcomes for their overall health and for their quality of life.
Although there isn’t a “one size fits all” approach to treatment that suits each individual patient equally, there are general guidelines that can largely benefit the majority of diabetics – and you might be surprised to discover what they are!
With proper diet and patient commitment, diabetics are able to improve their overall quality of life and see a positive improvement regarding their overall health status.
- The capability to reduce or eliminate the need for drugs and insulin therapy.
- Shedding excess weight without having to exercise excessively.
- A marked and sustained increase in energy levels.
- The elimination of risk factors that contribute to the development of diabetic complications.
- An ability to more effectively control the “terrible triad” of high blood sugar, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol.
- The possibility for reversing diabetes instead of just managing the condition!
Results Tell the Truth
The “science” of medicine and health care is not always as remedial as it may seem – but you can always rely on personal results.
If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, know that your disease doesn’t have to be a life sentence. You can transform your health and your entire quality of life by reversing Type 2 Diabetes through the implementation of proper diet and lifestyle modifications.