Soo Lazy To Take Charge of Your Diabetes?
The Doctors Message Sounds Good…
Your doctor will tell you that you can eat what you always ate, but cut down on the sweets a little and measure with this meter all these different times daily. If it gets off the meter, come back in we will change your prescription……If come close just come back in a month and we will adjust your prescription.
First of all, they will try medications that slow down digestion so you will not have high sugar peaks. Come back in a month and tell us how that went…
That sooner or later is inadequate; Mine was right off not adequate. They have to give you a second drug that forces your pancreas to make more insulin. Since you are as a diabetic now insulin resistant, your pancreas may have already been making four times the normal insulin, (they do not even check your insulin levels to see if producing any at all or way high, test zip.) Your body has been trying but failing to keep down the peaks of your blood sugar by producing high insulin, is the normal problem, it no longer works because high insulin resistance has developed.
Additional hazard develops, now you can go into hypo, or insulin shock, too much insulin you are at risk of passing out or even dying and need to carry something sweet with you. Low blood sugar from too much insulin can cause you to pass out and is a serious problem, can even kill you. With this type of medication you are constantly testing your blood sugar, for both too high and now on medication, too low is also a hazard.
They will have you measuring and writing down what you eat, how much, and what. When you took your medications etc.
Now they give you the additional drug to force even higher insulin from your pancreas. ( this high insulin is the body damage) If this controls it for a while they keep you on that. When that no longer does it according to your meter test several times daily they will switch to an even more forceful pancreas driver.
Then your pancreas after time gives up ….totally folds.. from this being driven to produce up to astronomical levels. Then if you are still alive, no heart attack from this high insulin, when your pancreas quits, you are put on insulin shots.
Now your pancreas is non-productive and you are what is referred to the rest of your life now, a self-made “type one diabetic.” Non-producing pancreas.
Your decision to go on medication meant this was predictable. This is the standard chain of events. They do not tell you this, nobody does. It happens, to all on medication if heart attacks or other events from the high insulin do not kill you first.
This is the real killer, it is associated with degenerative disease. It is rarely diabetes that kills you early. Much of this is brought on by high insulin levels.
Once you are on insulin shots, they will put you on higher insulin so you can keep eating what you always ate.
They do not tell you these high insulin levels do body damage and increase your odds of these other ailments. This is what happened in the government studies. Three years of this and the high fatality’s of those on medication caused the government to stop the studies, too many diabetics on medication, dying early, A1c around 6, ideal, who had their sugar levels under control were dying in numbers and the ones who had high blood sugar, (a1c, 7 to 7.9, considered dangerously high but not under medication) were far outliving those on the intense medication control of blood sugar levels.
You do not have high insulin levels if you are on a lifestyle and diet change as the way to end your diabetic sugar swings.
Your body needs to produce little insulin levels if you are off of carbs.
Insulin is the body’s ONLY fat-making hormone. Guess what, diabetics on medication get fat generally because of all this fat making insulin levels and blood sugar to dispose of is disposed of as fat.
People on no sugar and carbs, in general, produce all most no high insulin levels soon.
You do not see people on diet and lifestyle control of diabetes that are fat. They automatically become ideal weight within one year. Their body will quit the weight loss at their ideal weight.
Your author went in one year from 268 to 200 lbs and has been within two pounds plus or minus for seven years. Never worked on or did one thing to change my weight ever, I worked to control my diabetes, the weight thing was automatic.
Diabetics on medication tend to become even fatter. Their diabetes progresses. Their obesity progresses.
Keep in mind, your doctor does not go to the cemetery early, it is you that does, based on how well you do like you are in charge of your health.
Nobody is interested in how good a job you do of success of your being in charge of your health more than you.
True, you likely just want to pay someone who will tell you what you want to hear, which is “just keep eating and doing what you have always done, and just take these pills and you will be fine.
If you buy that we have some swamps to sell you in Florida.
As the result, if you do this take charge of your health now and do it right you have a normal or better than normal life span because in fixing to control your diabetes, the same fix also stopped the killers that get most Americans.
Bonus: While doing so you will feel and look better than you have in years.
Diabetes is an early first warning, either fix this now or one of these also affected degenerative diseases will soon do you in and you are an early statistic.