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Treating Diabetes Holistically

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Diabetics face severe medical problems that have significant influence on their lifestyle. They must undergo frequent blood sugar level monitoring, and often need to take insulin or other medications to try to control the level of their blood sugar.

In addition, complications of diabetes can include neuropothy, kidney failure, amputation, and other serious issues.

New data reported by David Anderson and the International Council for Truthful Medicine (ICTM) indicate that Type 2 diabetes can be treated with dietary changes and natural substances — without the drugs that are usually employed to manage the disease.

The data reported were in more than 120 publications and medical journals throughout the world suggest that it works in about 90 percent of patients..

Type 1 diabetes patients have also experienced benefits from dietary changes, with about 38 percent showing significant reduction in insulin requirements.

The basic underlying concept is that certain foods that cause an increase in inflammation, while other foods decrease in inflammation. Therefore, this is a holistic way to treat Type 2 diabetes and decrease the complications of Type 1 diabetes.

This information is available in a booklet called “7 Steps to Health: The Big Diabetes Lie.”

Based on the data presented, the change in dietary intake can improve diabetes within a few weeks, and is more effective for Type 2 diabetes than the most commonly used drugs.

This data is very important with the soaring incidents of diabetes in this country, particularly the Type 2.

So now is the time to do something to improve your health by modifying your food intake. Find “7 Steps to Health” by David Anderson and begin changing your lifestyle to avoid diabetes.
 

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New data reported by David Anderson and the International Council for Truthful Medicine (ICTM) indicate that Type 2 diabetes can be treated with dietary changes and natural substances.
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