Holistic Treatment To Aid With Diabetes Managment

TSasabuchi
By TSasabuchi Latest Reply 2012-03-02 10:02:43 -0600
Started 2012-02-28 17:43:10 -0600

Hello everyone. I am a 15year old type 1 diabetic, and have known a man by the name of Dr. Golob for roughly a year and a half. He is one of those "Holistic" believers, and at first i didnt believe any of the things he said. But eventually i tried some, and am currently on some of the pills and liquid vitamin drink ebhancers. The stuff has really helped me, to the extent that once when i was 13 i accidentally slit my wrist cutting a box open ,and this stuff called "Trace Minerals" was put on the wound and it healed on its own in roughly 2 weeks. Now it wasnt like i hit the artery or anything, but it was still incredible. I would like to know if anyone else has had good or bad experiences with holistic treatment. Thanks!


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pixsidust
pixsidust 2012-02-29 11:36:14 -0600 Report

Certain minerals like zinc really do heal but two weeks is a normal time to heal as well. Vitamins and the healthy things you can do are all good. Just make sure you also get the right meds for your Diabetes as well

What is your treatment regiment? Teach us! Do you use insulin too? How are your numbers? I am interested in what you have to say!

TSasabuchi
TSasabuchi 2012-02-29 20:50:20 -0600 Report

I am currently on Humalog, on a 1:10 ratio, and taking 15units of lantus every morning. Of the holistic meds, im taking trimins plus pills, dynamite plus pills, and protandium. My numbers have been the best they've ever been, with my BG average hovering around 128. I really do have the best cintril over BG that ive had in a while thanks to this stuff. It is rather expensive, but if you have the money, it is definatly worth it.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2012-02-28 19:32:05 -0600 Report

Howdy Tyler

I looked up Dr Golob. Was that Dr. Regan Golob, Dr of Chiropractic (DC), Dr. Deborah Golob, MD - Endocrinologist, Internist, or Dr Kelly Golob DC?

James

Gabby
GabbyPA 2012-02-29 18:28:19 -0600 Report

Yes, I ran into the same problem. You say HE, but She is the Endo?? Can you clarify which one you are talking about or it is another doctor completely? Thanks

TSasabuchi
TSasabuchi 2012-02-29 20:58:19 -0600 Report

And yes, he isn't an endocrinologist. the stuff he markets for the company Dynamite is made for all walks of life, but most work really well for controlling the effects of certain medical conditions.

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