How To Achieve Normal Blood Sugar Levels
for people with diabetes
Welcome and congratulations on taking the first step towards
achieving normal blood sugar levels.
The information in my How to Achieve Normal Blood Sugar Levels Report will help you get your blood sugar stable and your long-term average blood sugar levels into the normal, healthy range, i.e. HbA1c between 4% and 6%.
This information is particularly tailored for people who currently have to use insulin, i.e. if you have type 1 diabetes or more severe type 2 diabetes. You will be able to reduce the amount of insulin you need and possibly even to come off insulin completely. If you pay directly for your medical bills, you will save money on buying insulin and you will avoid expensive unscheduled hospital visits and hospital stays.
It is relatively straightforward for people with type 2 diabetes to manage your blood sugar levels with diet and exercise and/or drugs in tablets. This report will help you not only to achieve normal blood sugar levels but also to come off drugs and be completely free of diabetes.
If you have diabetes, you will know that managing blood sugar levels can be like being on a roller coaster: sometimes they’re too high and you correct, other times you have too much insulin or other medicine for the amount of carbohydrates and exercise you are having and your blood sugar levels go too low, resulting in a hypo. Then you eat lots of sweet things and longer acting carbohydrates to bring your blood sugar up and go too high again.
Whilst you are on this roller coaster, you can feel terrible when having a hypo with shaking and adrenalin rushing through your body and as though you’ve had a big fright. It may take half an hour to recover, when you can’t really do anything else. When your blood sugar goes too high, you don’t generally notice unless it is very high and then you could feel irritable or just a bit weird.
In the longer term, there could be severe consequences of having high average blood sugar levels for months or years, such as:
– losing your eyesight
– having parts of your arms or legs amputated
– kidney damage
– ketoacidosis leading to a coma and possibly death.
Even if your blood sugar isn’t so high, medium effects could be:
– poor eyesight, blurry vision
– losing sensation in your fingers and toes
– cramps in your legs
– yeast infections leading to thrush
– sore mouth
– wounds taking a long time to heal.
However, fear not. All these diabetes complications are reversible with a holistic health approach and a healthy lifestyle, including a healthy diet, exercise, stress reduction, mental and emotional techniques and raising your awareness and consciousness.
So how much will all this valuable information cost you? There is enough information in my report for you to achieve normal average blood sugar levels and avoid any long-term health complications due to diabetes. How much is that peace of mind worth to you? Well, most books on diabetes cost $20 even going up to $50. Whilst my report is shorter, with 27 pages, it is jam packed with relevant, practical information and you can buy it now for a mere $9 or £6!
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My type 1 diabetes
I’m Katherine and I have type 1 diabetes and normal average blood sugar levels, i.e. an HbA1c of less than 6%. I have been interested in holistic health for many years and I have been actively researching how to improve health using natural, holistic methods since 2002. I took steps to improve my own health with great success. Then, ironically, I got type 1 diabetes in 2006 when I was 39. Now I know that some of the factors that contributed to my previous ill health could also be factors in why I developed type 1 diabetes.
So, as soon as I was diagnosed, I started researching how to get better. After some trials and errors, I found that I could lower my blood sugar levels and reduce the amount of insulin I needed through changing my diet and through exercise. I also found that there were some other noticeable factors that affected blood sugar for me: stress, illness increased it; emotional releases and certain foods and supplements decreased it; and hormone changes with different times of the month increased and decreased it (as a menstruating woman).
I know what it is like to live with diabetes and how to manage it, including using insulin with injections and now with an insulin pump. I know what it is like to have to monitor your blood sugar levels frequently through the day, to have to think about what you are eating, to make sure that you have all the right diabetes supplies with you and to deal with the unpleasant aspects of diabetes such as injections, finger pricks and hypos.
How you can be healthy with diabetes
In my Achieving Normal Blood Sugar Levels Report, I explain how to manage your blood sugar levels to bring them into the normal, healthy range. I can help you to make the whole process of dealing with diabetes easier. My approach addresses the causes of high blood sugar levels and uses natural foods and supplements along with exercise. Through adopting this approach, you will not only have normal average blood sugar levels but also improve your overall health, such as:
- reducing or reversing long-term symptoms
- reducing the risk of major diseases such as heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis and arthritis
- improving the symptoms if you already have a major disease and possibly reversing it
- having more energy
- being fitter and stronger
- looking and feeling younger.
Through the methods I describe in my Achieving Normal Blood Sugar Levels Report and my overall holistic health approach:
- I have achieved normal blood sugar levels
- I reversed my pre-diagnosis high blood sugar symptoms
- I have reached my ideal weight
- I look about 10 years younger
- I am fit and have plenty of energy.
So, I walk my talk and I can show you how to achieve normal blood sugar levels as well as to become fitter and healthier.
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