Are you getting frustrated when other diabetics are reversing their type 2 diabetes, but you can’t seem to reach that outcome?
Your glucose levels seem to improve for a while, but you never seem to get that to last. You either stay in the pre-diabetes stage or you finally succumb to taking that medication you’ve worked so hard to avoid. You never quite make it to eliminating diabetic medications or insulin as others have.
Every diabetic is put on the same protocol, which unfortunately works for some, but not all. That seems a bit unfair, doesn’t it?
Why Isn’t This Mainstream Protocol Working for Most People with Type 2 Diabetes?
It seems that we’ve been putting a round peg in a square hole for decades. To change the protocol, you must understand the current protocol:
- Lab testing for your fasting glucose and A1c
- Diet and exercise
- Take your prescribed medication
Let’s review why this has not worked:
- Your A1c is a guide, an average of your glucose, but does not provide all the detailed information you need.
- When you’re not taught how you reached your fasting glucose, it’s difficult to improve and sustain that improvement.
- Diet and exercise—after three days of dieting, now what? No alternatives are provided if you don’t want to or are unable to go to the gym.
- You are prescribed medication without understanding how it works in your system while being told the benefits outweigh any side effects. You’re stuck in a cycle that no one seems to want to help you stop.
I have seen this scenario play out repeatedly, and no one seems to listen to your frustrations. This is because you are being treated within a diabetic grouping. Each patient is told the exact same thing.
What if We Change the Protocol?
Your protocol needs to be about you, and you alone. While you are part of a group of millions of people with diabetes, your metabolism is still unique to you.
- Lab testing. Lab testing can be ordered to obtain more personalized information, such as a fasting insulin and c-peptide. It can also provide information on the health of your pancreas and insulin resistance. Do you know if you’re taking a medication that is forcing your pancreas to work harder, contributing to insulin resistance? It’s time to find out.
- Diet. Learn about the foods you are consuming and foods you have been told to eat because they are healthy.
What if someone told you that some of the foods that are usually considered perfectly healthy may not be healthy for you? Eating these supposedly healthy foods may be blocking your ability to lose weight, reducing your glucose, and inhibiting other areas of your health from improving. Arguably, a diabetic patient should never be handed a list of foods to eat until there is an understanding of how their system will react.
Let’s take this one step further and test the health of your digestive tract. If it’s in poor condition, you most likely will never have long-term success to reverse diabetes. This is another piece of the puzzle in getting your metabolism working optimally. Absorbing nutrients properly has to happen in order for you to progress to the next level.
- Exercise. Understand your lifestyle and your current activity level. If you don’t like being in a gym, there are a number of enjoyable ways to improve your activity, and love it!
- Medication. After we see improvement and stabilized glucose, then you open the opportunity to begin reducing medication. Remember, it’s a process and some patience is required.
When we are armed with the right information, it can change the trajectory of your success.
What can results be like? Of course, they are always different because we are all unique. But as an example, here are my results:
- Stabilized and improved my glucose (I eliminated all medication and my four daily insulin shots)
- Maintain a non-diabetic A1c
- Eliminated seasonal allergies
- Eliminated arthritis
- Maintain a healthy weight—no yo-yo dieting and no counting calories or carbs!
- Sleep better
- Have more energy
These results are possible because we are stepping away from the current protocol. We make it personal to you so you can turn your diabetes around. If you’re tired of looking for answers, help may be right around the corner.
Denise A. Pancyrz is a Diabetes Reversal and Holistic Lifestyle Coach, speaker, and best-selling author of The Virgin Diabetic, Reverse the Effects of Type 2 Diabetes, Reduce Medication, and Improve Your Glucose Levels, available on Amazon. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Denise was prescribed four daily insulin shots along with oral medication for diabetes and heart disease. This protocol helped to bring her glucose levels down; however, she did not feel as healthy and vibrant as expected. After changing her protocol by learning to rest and preserve her pancreas, she was able to eliminate all medication and insulin, regaining her energy.
Visit www.ReverseMyDiabetes.net for coaching and training information, to book a free consultation, or to set up a speaking event. Contact Denise by calling 888.848.1763 or email her at: Denise@ReverseMyDiabetes.net.