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Prevention, Not Medication

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Misdiagnoses Diabetes cases is on the rise. Be on full alert. Get that second opinion before taking medication.

Misdiagnosis Diabetes and The Diabetes Quest

Last year I was misdiagnosed as being a Type 1 diabetic. This was despite my not displaying other symptoms that should have accompanied a typical Type 1 diabetic such as headaches, sore stomach and vomiting. I was prescribed the standard insulin injection medications. With in a couple of weeks I removed myself off this insulin.

After my three month follow-up with my endocrinologists, it was determined that I should not be on insulin after all. He commended my detailed record keeping ( I had purchased meter reading software to help track my insulin progress.) I had forwarded this report to my doctor before the visit.

As time pasted, I became very curious has to how I got diabetes in the first place. I hated this thing with a passion, the idea that I would be forced to inject a chemical into my body when before that I never injected anything of any kind. None of the answers I received from the medical profession was making much sense.

Nothing scientifically, medically or medically explained how a healthy person like myself could all of a sudden get type 1 diabetes—for no reason? This curiosity put me on a quest for answers.

The Discovered Truth - How I Really Got Type 1 Diabetes

After my Misdiagnosis Diabetes episode, a strange observation occurred, I had renounced milk over the past couple years.  However, that same week when my diabetes occurred, I had drank at least two gallons of milk—straight from the carton.

But, would you know that during research about my Misdiagnosis Diabetes the cause of my getting Type 1 diabetes, I discovered that there is a direct link between Type 1 and Milk! This was my first clue as to why a healthy person could contract diabetes. From this discovery, I am on a mission to share what I have learned in my quest for the elusive answer as to how I got diabetes in the first place.

A is for Alert!
A is for... Alert, Awareness

Be Aware of how diabetes is spreading and diagnosis. The science of diagnosis is not straight forward.

The medical profession is being constantly challenged by various Misdiagnosis Diabetes sub-forms or sub-sets of diabetes such as Type3c and LADA both with similar symptoms that help complicate the proper identification and the of various diabetes types. 

The Road To By-Pass Diabetes

The road from potential diabetes to diabetes prevention starts with a proper diet. Fast foods, junk foods, chemically enhanced foods are to be avoided.

The proper choice of foods are to include organic veggies, lots of green leafy veggies, plenty of water and should include a simple exercise walking routine–a simple 12 minutes walk can reduce blood sugar levels 2-50 points. These two methods(organic veggies and walking) alone will go a long way in helping you and your family in preventing diabetes. Don’t be fooled by deceptive advertising and labels found in your super markets.  

Grocery stores are aware that more consumers are suddenly becoming more educated of labels so they are using such deceptive terms as, Natural, Farm Raised etc.  But, there is only one label that represents true organically grown food products.

P is for... Prevention

P is for... Prevention

Children and Diabetes Best Tips

Prevention Tip 1 - Making Diabetes Taste Good!

Junk Food advertising makes diabetes look good. Chemical additives make diabetes taste good. This deadly junk food combination could be bad for your children's health. Read More Here... Eating Junk Foods

Prevention Tip 2 - Children Stories—Prevent Diabetes?

Can stories reverse the trend? How? Begin by re-programming your kids minds, the proper path to diabetes prevention may be hidden in children's books. Read More Here ...The Power Of Children Diet Stories

Prevention Tip 3 - HFCS In Junk Foods Your Kids Eat

Junk Food contain a chemical called High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) This is a sweetener and food preservative. HFCS is very very cheap to manufacture. All European countries have banned this food ad dative. WalMart has now abandoned HFCS, you should too. Read More Here... HFCS Is Diabetes

Prevention Tip 4 - Glycemic Index, Children and Diabetes

Avoiding junk food is a top 10 prevention tip. Most foods contain high amounts of sugars that casu es blood glucose spikes. Which foods are good, which are bad. Read More Here... Diabetes and Glycemic Index


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