How to eliminate Diabetic 1 or 2 from your system-Simple and No Drugs.

Anonymous
By Anonymous Latest Reply 2010-11-26 17:47:44 -0600
Started 2010-11-19 08:48:24 -0600

The way to have control on your Body Sugar is as follows:
1) Stop Taking any kind of Sugar (It is Toxic)
You will get use to it to drink Tea and/or Coffee without Sugar.
2) No Pop Soda Drinks -None (it is Toxic)instead drink Lots of Spring Water
3) No Smioking at all.You can Stop Smoking today and will Help to
eliminate your Blood Sugar.
4) No Milk,Cheese and same kind of food.
5) No Salt any kind.
6) Don't use any kind of Bread(White,Wheat or any other kind)if needed
use RYE Bread 2 to 3 slices per Breakfast,same for Lunch & same for Dinner.
7) No Alcoolic Drinks(any kind).
8) Get use to Herbs such as Oreganon and Basil and use it on your Egg as Salt.
9) Exercise 1/2 Hour per day(Just Walking)

If you follow the above 9 points you will get read of your Medecines,Sleep well and have a Normal count of Sugar in your Blood. It is a fact.I am using it myself and I am Free of Blood Sugar counts of 250 or 300 or 400.
Good Luck! Try it you will not be disappointed.


37 replies

Lisa07
Lisa07 2010-11-24 18:17:36 -0600 Report

Thanks really good informations. I love rye bread they really good for me. I don't drink or smoke. What about soy nonfat milk? I eat alot of tofu and soy milk i thought they are really good for me…any comments?

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-26 10:03:09 -0600 Report

Hi,Lisa :o)
No MILK(any kind)because MILK is indigestible.People canno't Digest MILK.If you have means to use the European Unpasteurized Milk than it is OK.Milk sold in US is full of growth hormones and antibiatics that the cows are given.Avoid any nusty stuff.It is good for your over all Health and for your Bloor Sugar.
Take care of yourself and your Blood Sugar. :o)

Ludovico
Ludovico 2010-11-22 00:33:21 -0600 Report

Mr. Crowley, I take it pop soda is also mknown as carbonated soda? I am from India, perhaps my English is of the old type LOL. Can you comment please?

Jeanette Terry
Jeanette TerryPA 2010-11-22 13:44:34 -0600 Report

Yes those are the same. Many people call it soda pop or simply soda or pop, but they are all carbonated soda. Hope that helps :)

jayabee52
jayabee52 2010-11-21 02:25:16 -0600 Report

Hello everyone,

I've been watching this thread with a little bit of concern. Now I don't think Mr Vahe's plan works for me, because as I said earlier I had been following essentially his plan without knowing it, and my BG#s, while OK, are a little high in the PM hrs. And I said basically that in my previous reply.

I do not have Mr Vahe's body and system, so I cannot say that it does not work for him. I have only his word that it does, and if it does work for him GREAT!

But I watch with concern that we don't slide into ridicule of the man. He believes that his system helps him and wants to share it with us.

It's not like he's trying to sell us some magic powder to cure all our problems, because I am one of the first ones to jump in and flag such a posting.

So let's be careful not to criticize mr Vahe too harshly.

After all we are a group of friendly PWDs looking to control our DM.

I would hate to chase anyone away.

my 2¢ for your consideration.

James

gregsteele
gregsteele 2010-11-21 09:14:01 -0600 Report

Well said while we all would like to rid ourselves of this evil as Richard said our panceases will not magically start working again ,that said if MR VAHES system works for him i am truly happy for him,so lets not criticize him but support his success while realizing it isnt a cure all love to all GREG

Cheryl*G
Cheryl*G 2010-11-20 23:02:43 -0600 Report

Who are you trying to kid? Most of that I have done all my life and I am type 2 diagnosed this year. What a crock.

Deanna2
Deanna2 2010-11-20 22:20:16 -0600 Report

Stevia is 0 on the glycemic scale. I get the baking Stevia and use whole grain flower. I always add walnuts to cookies and muffins. Use half the oil and replace the other half with no-sugar added applesauce. Drink filtered water, it's good for you and is so refreshing. I use regular stevia or a little bit of Xylitol for other things.

Richard157
Richard157 2010-11-20 20:51:35 -0600 Report

That is absolutely ridiculous!!!! I already follow rules # 3,7 and 9. I drink only one aluminum can of sugar free soda per day. I do not drink milk, but I do eat a little cheese each day. I use very little salt. I have two slices of low carb oatmeal bread (8g of carbs per slice) each day, and I exercise 60-90 minutes each day. I am a type 1 diabetic. The only way my diabetes can be eliminated, is if my pancreas starts producing insulin again. It stopped in 1945 and it will never start again no matter what set of rules I follow. You do not know what you are talking about, and you should remove your discussion from this site.

Just because something has worked for you, does not mean it work for other diabetics. We are all different!!!

Brenda_B
Brenda_B 2010-11-20 20:36:55 -0600 Report

I'm still learning about what I can eat and what I really need to avoid BUT everyBODY need some salt…From Wikipedia "Chloride and sodium ions, the two major components of salt, are needed by all known living creatures in small quantities. Salt is involved in regulating the water content (fluid balance) of the body." There is salt is in most processed food including Rye bread… but not adding salt is good advice to most people.

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-22 10:37:47 -0600 Report

You dont need to take any SALTS any kind.Because the daily use of your Food contains lots of Salt that is needed for your Body.It is the same case with SUGAR.Sugar is included on any Meals taken during the day.
My bad Habits are replaced by the good(natural)once.
Take care of yourself and each other.

Brenda_B
Brenda_B 2010-11-22 16:35:24 -0600 Report

yes that is what I said… need salt! but dont need to add any… LOL… Don't want someone to take the statement literally and think they should remove ALL salt from their diet

Star40
Star40 2010-11-20 14:29:00 -0600 Report

I am surprised to see that you didn't add no pasta or potato. This is worse on diabetics than cheese. My doctor actually told me to eat low fat, low moisture mozzarella cheese sticks for snacks. Milk actually has a low glycemic index around 30 depending on the type you drink. Can you explain why you think cutting out dairy will help? thanks and glad to hear this is helping you with your sugar control.

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-22 10:50:44 -0600 Report

MILK and CHEESE are indigestible.No matter which kind you are using.The only MILK used by the Europeans is Unpastorizwd Milk,which is better than Milk used in US is full of growth hormons and antibiotics that the cows are given.You want to avoid that nasty stuff.
Bottom line:people cannot Diggest MILK therefore avoid drinking it.it Helps to control your Blood Sugar Level.
Pasta and/or potatos are bad for Diabetic people.It means for Regular Diabetics Type 1 and 2.I am not talking about people or kids getting Insultin and or well advanced Diabets.
Good Luck.

Star40
Star40 2010-11-22 18:13:51 -0600 Report

I understand about the growth hormones but didn't realize it would raise your bs. :( i eat a lot of cheese (low-fat, low moisture of course).

realsis77
realsis77 2010-11-20 13:58:42 -0600 Report

I'm glad that works for you however what works for you might not work for others. People on insulin like myself either there panceras dosent produce enough insulin or there insulin resistant meaning there body won't be able to produce the insulin no matter what and need insulin injections to function as a normal body does. In this case these sugestions will not work.the body won't begin producing or suddenly become non insulin resisant.most of us on insulin is because of our panceras not functioning correctly not because we eat a lot of sugar this is a terriable misconception!

ArkieCameo
ArkieCameo 2010-11-20 12:19:28 -0600 Report

cannot cut out all sugars as your system requires certain amounts no matter what. Drinking is no prob, gave it up over 30 years ago. Moderation is what controlling sugar is about, not cutting out all things nor using the same things over and over till a person cannot stand the sight of the item. Common usage of the brain does more to control sugar as it is an individual thing to control. Everyone is different so if it works for you great that does not mean it would work for everyone.

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-22 15:06:38 -0600 Report

I never said what works for me it will work for anybody.What I am saying is to try so don't loose anything.If it works good for you if does not you try other means and ways to control your Blood Sugar.
Moderate SUGAR & SALT are available in Foods people Eat on a daily basis.Therefore,No Need to have more Sugar and/or Salt in your Food.
Take Care.

sparky67
sparky67 2010-11-20 08:44:00 -0600 Report

3 does not apply to me but my main problem is: I am 63 and all my life never liked alcohol. Now that I am at this age, my husband and I enjoy a couple of drinks in every evenings before supper. By that I mean a shot of vodka in an 6 oz glass of Zero Sprite. It varies from day to day, I may not drink at all or I may have 1 to 3 drinks a night. I don't use sugar, l eat low fat foods, small portions and exercise 3 days a week. My blood count stays 160 fasting.

Pattienjim
Pattienjim 2010-11-19 17:17:48 -0600 Report

I feel that it is up to the person. Some people can control their sugars one way and others another way. Every body is different. What works for one person might not work for another. You have to find what works for you. I have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and my sugars stay between 110 to 250. I try to eat what they tell you to but now a days who can afford what they want you to eat. I have found that cinnamon lowers my sugar. Try putting a little of it in your tea or on toast it really works. Salt has no effect on my sugar I never did eat very much of it and I stay away from real sugar. You need to find out what your body will handle to keep your sugars low. My problem is at night we eat dinner way to late and by the time we eat I am so hungry I could eat a cow by myself. Then we go to bed. Bad thing to do.

jayabee52
jayabee52 2010-11-19 13:16:56 -0600 Report

Howdy Annon.

If these 9 points really work, I should be free from high BG#s, because that's essentially the diet I've been following for about a month.

Hasn't happened to me yet.

I am not kidding

James

Harlen
Harlen 2010-11-19 12:18:52 -0600 Report

What a joke lol lol lol lol lol

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-19 12:54:59 -0600 Report

When an Experiment gives the best result I don't Call it Joke.
It worked for me it should work for anyboday.
Take control of what you Drink & what you Eat and you will be well-off.
My Resolts using the 9 points gave me the best Result in 1 week.I repeat in 1 week.Try it and feel the Result.Of course if you are Diabetic Type 1 or 2.
Trust me it works.
I am a regular 70 years Male with 230 Lbs weight reduced to 205 Lbs since I started to look after what I should Eat and what I should not.
Which you good Health without Joke!
Note: It take a mountain of willpower to stay away of Sugar,Salt & Pop
Soda Drinks.
Good Luck my Friend. :o)

Harlen
Harlen 2010-11-19 15:43:46 -0600 Report

I am glad it works for you
If any one can controil there bs by diet thats great
I worked that very thing when I first started getting my bs in line
BS staked high and was going up and up after a week #'s where up in the 500s and 700s Had I stayed on that Diet I would be dead so yes its a joke if you dont add that it's for diabetics that can controil there bs with diet
So good luck with it .
Best wishes
Harlen

John Crowley
John CrowleyCA 2010-11-19 13:05:55 -0600 Report

Vahe,
That is so great that you're having success.

However, it is important to know that this formula will not work for everyone the same. For example, my son is a type 1 diabetic. His body makes no insulin. If he doesn't inject insulin, he will die. No amount of changing his diet or exercise routine will change the fact that he needs insulin.

The diet changes you outline are great and I'm truly thrilled that you're not only controlling your blood sugar but also losing weight and feeling great.

There are certainly some type 2 diabetics who could see similar results following your advice. However, for some type 2 diabetics, the disease has progressed far enough that they must take medications in addition to the kind of diet changes you describe, just to control their blood sugars.

In a public forum such as this, it's always better to simply report your own success, rather than making a broad statement that this will eliminate diabetes for everyone. We all truly wish it was as simple as your formula.

Thanks.

Vahe
Vahe 2010-11-19 13:50:47 -0600 Report

Hi,John :o)
First of all I am not a Doctor to confirm for all type of Diabetic. My Diabetic Type 2 i s not so advanced.But still my Blood Sugar Level came down from 400 to 110.I have eliminated my Medecines(with the advise of my Family Doctor)to 1 Pill per day to control my Blood Sugar Level(I was taking 6 pills per day 3 to control my Blood Suar 1 to control my Cholesterol and 1 pill to control my Blood Pressure).And it works without all this pills. I am not talking about Kids Sugar Level and/or people taking Insulin(shots)to be able to control the Blood Sugar. The formula is simple and it works.I know it takes a huge willpower to stay away of SUGAR,SALT and POP SOFT DRINKS.Eliminate ALL Toxics from your Body and you can feel the good Result.It is not only the Blood Sugar which gets Normal but also your overall Health gets improoved.You get lots of Energy as the days goes on.I get better sleep and wake up with lots of Energy. Be aware I am 70 years old.
I never made any statement I wrote down my experience and result of change in my bad habits replacing with good(natural)habits.
Nobody needs to follow my step but to try at least 1 week and see the result will not harm anyone.
Take care of yourself and each other.
:o)

punkiesmom
punkiesmom 2010-11-19 16:54:21 -0600 Report

hi Vahe i agree with John I have being a diabetic for 20 yrs now and up until a yr ago my blood sugars got higher no matter what strick diet i use ,,, it was because my pancreus pooped out and it didnt product any more insulin at all now i am taking insulin and my blood sugars are getting lower but also need to watch my diet and extercise… but if u r a staring type 2 diabetic u can control it with that formula u are useing… hopefuly u will never need insulin

lisalud
lisalud 2010-11-19 13:59:09 -0600 Report

Since Iam new at this…why no cheese? I thought dairy was good for us. And why the Rye bread instead of wheat? I am looking for all the help I can get. I already walk an hour a day,drink only water and decaf coffee without sugar. I eat fish and white poultry. No starches as sides. Lots of green veggies. What else do you suggest?
Thanks for any help.

Ludovico
Ludovico 2010-11-22 01:12:55 -0600 Report

Right you are, as long you distribute the food intake of the whole day, and do not eat all in one go, or eat what you need to live, enough exercise, avoiding chokolate, sweet beverags etc. you can be close to normal if not normal

ArkieCameo
ArkieCameo 2010-11-20 12:26:51 -0600 Report

Go by what your doctor says and not people who are not doctors until you find your own working proceedures. May God Bless

John Crowley
John CrowleyCA 2010-11-19 15:12:46 -0600 Report

Well, rye bread generally has a lower glycemic index (meaning it causes less of a spike in your blood sugar) than many other breads. So it can be a better choice.

But cheese has a glycemic index of essentially zero. So from a blood sugar standpoint, it's pretty great. However, some people avoid dairy products because they are lactose intolerant or because they are trying to avoid the fat and cholesterol that many cheeses have.

You do need to watch out for carbs in milk and especially in any sweetened dairy product like yogurt, flavored milk, etc.

Elrond
Elrond 2010-11-21 00:12:29 -0600 Report

One thing I'd like to mention about cheese. I did have a habit of using cheddar cheese as a late-night snack. I did this on the assumption that the low glycemic index would make it a 'free' food. Invariably, my wake-up sugars were up to 100 points higher after eating cheese than when I didn't. I can only assume it's due to the protein. I no longer eat cheese late at night and allow for it in my insulin calculations when I do eat it.