The 7 Deadly Horrors of Diabetes (Free Book) A Natural Remedy for T-2 Diabetes

MAYS
By MAYS Latest Reply 2012-07-17 19:02:41 -0500
Started 2012-07-16 18:51:28 -0500

Here is something interesting to read for those of you who would rather try a natural approach towards managing your diabetes.

Although I do not endorse anything in concrete (except trying) this publication has many valid points, a few of which I personally agree with.

http://www.silentkillersolved.com/assets/7Dea...

Take a look at it.
Download it, save it, print it out, and pass it around!
Use all of it, some of it, (pick it apart) or none of it, the choice is yours.

My eyes, ears, hands and thoughts are always open, looking for something that I think will be helpful for both diabetics and caregivers allike but nothing is better than the recommendation that can be given to you by a medical professional, so always talk things over with your doctors before starting anything new!

http://www.silentkillersolved.com/assets/7Dea...

~Mays~


3 replies

Controlled
Controlled 2012-07-16 21:45:39 -0500 Report

There are things there that I also don't personally agree with; but one thing is for certain, you can't have too much information and some of us forget that there are newly diagnosed people every day.i It is so overwhelming and confusing at first that information like this is invaluable. It's good to reassure the newly diagnosed that you can manage this condition; well, most of us can. The dangers are real too. I lost a very good friend about six months ago to this condition (it was gruesome).

The "basics" can never be overstated. Medical care, diet, exercise, medication (if you need it). When you start feeling better and can manage your condition, it's a good turn to help other too.

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2012-07-16 21:18:59 -0500 Report

Mays someone printed that out and gave it to me not too long ago. I wondered where they got it. I found it to be interesting. Like you there were a few points I didn't personally agree with. I am a strong believer in believe half of what you hear and read. I totally agree with talking things over with a doctor before starting something knew. I think a person should know what effects a new remedy will have on the medications they currently take. It is best to be safe than sorry in the long run.

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