How Can You Help Prevent Diabetes from Becoming Neuropathy?

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Diabetes can easily lead to neuropathy and with 1 in 3 people in the US being diabetic

1 in 3 people will be diagnosed with diabetes in the US within their lifetime. 10.8 percent of people in the US currently have diabetes in comparison to 5 percent in Italy and 3.7% in Italy. Why is that? Foods? Lifestyle? Both!

Effects of Diabetes:
Ulcers, Cardiovascular disease, gum disease, fatigue, stroke, nerve damage

Effects of Metformin:
Diarrhea, vomiting, weakness, gas, upper respiratory infections, stomach pain, chest pain, chills, constipation, heartburn

One is obviously better than the other but what if you had neither?

Diabetes: Impaired response to insulin (which regulates blood sugar) resulting in abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates

Layman definition: Your body is overloaded with sugar and starts turning everything into sugar because your insulin system shuts down due to the load.

Type 2 diabetes can be turned around by managing diet and supporting your body’s healing process.

We have a patient who brought his A1c from 12 to 7 and he has now moved from diabetic to prediabetic and is on his way down through diet changes and mild exercise.

The reason I bring this up is whether you’re a diabetic taking nothing or a diabetic on metformin there’s a common denominator above ?? … Nerve damage!

Nerve damage becomes neuropathy becomes nonstop pain becomes numbness becomes balance issues becomes total loss of freedom because you can’t walk or drive.

We just want to keep it real with you because we believe in your potential for an incredible life!

We make nutritional recommendations, and we treat neuropathy. Stop living your life in the passenger seat! Take the wheel and make changes that will change your future for the better!

“Life will only change when you become more committed to your dreams than you are to your comfort zone” – Billy Cox

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