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I am Type 1 Diabetic since the age of 11. Today I know
that Diabetes can be controlled and that anyone can
get more balanced than non-diabetics.
A1C and Blood Glucose of non-diabetics
A lecturer for the massage “Balance to any Diabetic”
After experimenting with many different nutritional approaches
And after I arrived at the ER unit with life-threatening Ketoacidosis while ignoring my Blood Glucose levels – I changed my life from end to end.
A low carb diet has brought me to be more balanced than people without Diabetes. Today, after quite a few years of gaining experience in balancing my Blood Glucose and that of others, I believe that anyone can do it. This is the message I want to convey. I don’t just say what I think you should do, I live by it myself and take full responsibility over my health.
As soon as we wean ourselves off the need for carbohydrates (weaning which we will go through together) we discover that very few carbohydrates actually satisfy us, regardless to the amounts we were taught to consume and that there is a substitute for everything. In terms of diversity, only the imagination is the limit when we use only natural raw materials and mainly animal products. Carbohydrates are almost the exclusive factor that harms our efforts to balance our BG and Diabetes could equally well be called “Carbohydrate intolerance”. When we get rid of the need for carbohydrates, the disease is solved.
Not exactly and to tell you the truth the opposite is true. The hypoglycemia events have decreased significantly to close to 0 events, since I changed my diet and since my Blood Glucose has remained stable without fluctuations throughout the hours of the day. When BG is truley balanced, we avoid Diabetes complications, but what’s more, we feel healthiest and clear minded throughout the day. I have lived with Diabetes for decades. Since I changed my diet several years ago, the Hypoglycemias have disappeared, what brought a lot of serenity to my family members. Actually when I lived according to the “accepted guidelines” and when my Blood Glucose was moving up and down between 300 mg/dl and 50 mg/dl, I experienced extremely severe Hypoglycemia events, which brought me close to death more than once. I think you can understand which approach was more dangerous for me.
Yes. It is important to note that keeping Diabetics at high values only because of the fear of Hypoglycemia lead to the fact that Diabetics around the world live with severe Diabetes complications caused by too high Blood Glucose for long period of time. BG that is considered too dangerous for a person who does not have Diabetes will necessarily be too dangerous for a person who has Diabetes. We are subject to the same biological principles, diabetics and non-diabetics. There are enough famous groups and communities of diabetics around the world that live by these BG values, the same values that I present on my website and by which I live (totally normal BG values in which you feel the sharpest and most focused, as opposed to situations in which the Blood Glucose climbs above 120 mg/dl, the same moments in which you begin to feel thirsty and exhausted, from experience). Let’s not forget that living with Diabetes complications caused by too high Blood Glucose over time is not an easy life and today we see more and more people in the population (including those with pre-Diabetes) who live with some variation of Diabetes Complications even the slightest.
Over my many years with Diabetes, technologies have come and gone but no one technology has balanced my Blood Glucose by its own, as the way that a basic lifestyle change has balanced my Blood Glucose. Far more, optimal control of Blood Glucose levels comes only from Diet changes. The best technology in the world will not be able to balance the rapid spike in Blood Glucose that occurs after eating fast and processed carbohydrates. One thing is certain, both I and people who have been living with Diabetes for a good few decades, managed to balance their Blood Glucose to more balanced levels than non-diabetics, solely with the help of a blood glucometer that measures Glucose from blood drop from the finger and with the help of syringes that have been around for almost 100 years. Everything starts and ends with the food that goes into our mouths and there is no technology that will do that for us, at least not in the foreseeable future. That’s the way it always was and probably that’s how it will always be. Any diabetic will testify, it is not the injections that disturb us but it’s the feeling of lack of control. Technology won’t help with that. There is a way that works without technologies and without pills, only through changing our lifestyle.