Ten Tips for Diabetes Prevention


diabetesSimplest Blood Sugar Advice you’ll ever get!

One– Address any and all gut issues whether diagnosed or undiagnosed (ex.leaky gut, colitis, IBS). Having good gut bacteria is key. Paying attention to how healthy your elimination system is.  Every cell, eliminates waste.

Two– Address Excitotoxins.  These are found in foods. Avoid Fluoride.

Three– What’s in your bathroom? We may not think of it, but our skin eats. Everything we put on our skin goes into our liver in less than 1 minute.

Four-What are you eating that can cause inflammation?  For instance: WHEAT increases inflammation in the gut and brain.  Avoid a “high processed carb diet” this means all sugar and gluten,  (wheat and white).

Five-Ditch the pill form of calcium. We get our calcium from foods-(Organic veggies,nuts and fruits).

Six– Address any bone loss issues with a whole foods diet, and exercise. Get Vitamin D from sunshine.

Seven-Address Endocrine Disruptors.

Eight– Remember to incorporate good oral health.

Nine- Avoid Antacids. They interfere with the absorption of copper, as do rBGH milk and GMO egg proteins.

Ten– Address a fatty liver. A fatty liver can interfere with metabolism. view here 

 

https://bitesizepieces.leadpages.net/15-ways-to-metabolic-health/

 

Recommended Reading:

The Revolutionary Diet Plan for Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetics by Robert O. Young, PhD.   Knowing Dr. Young’s writings on cancer, this book is probably a classic book on the subject of diabetes. It will no doubt help a diabetic patient deal with their circulatory problems.

*Infectious Diabetes is by Doug Kaufmann and David Holland, M.D

 

Go Here: Program for Prevention

 

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Connie Rogers is a Certified Integrated Health Coach specializing in toxins that can disrupt your skin, metabolic and endocrine health. Interested in learning more?  Make an appointment with me below.

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