When the body’s bloodstream sugar levels are too high, this is known as diabetes, a condition that many people may be unaware they have due to its notoriety for being referred to as the ‘silent killer’. Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death in the world and in 2010, affected 6.5% of the world’s adult population. While it’s estimated that 7 million people in the US don’t even know they have the disease.
St. Helier, Jersey -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/27/2014 -- Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes include extreme fatigue and feelings of irritability, frequent urination, recurring skin, gum or bladder infections, unusual weight loss, blurred vision, extreme thirst and hunger, accompanied by a tingling or numbness in the hands or feet. Many of those suffering with diabetes have been told by their doctors that they require drugs and will need regular blood tests to measure their sugar levels, and therefore should not expect to get any better.
Many diabetes sufferers may therefore be surprised to find that they can relieve their symptoms in as little as 27 days, but that is exactly what they can do according to the latest e-book ‘Solving Diabetes Type 2 in 27 Days’ by Naturally Healthy Publications.
Why 27 Days?
By following a 27 day rehabilitation program designed around eating healthy and natural plant based foods, taking supplements to replace the missing nutrients, doing exercise, learning to breathe properly and stimulating the appropriate acupressure points, diabetes sufferers will visibly notice a difference in their symptoms in less than one month, claims Naturally Healthy Publications founder, Robert Redfern.
A health advocate, author and broadcaster, Redfern has helped hundreds of thousands of people to improve their health conditions thanks to his research and nutritional formulations into what works best for healing the body. Both him and his wife Anne have since the late 1980s been taking good care of their health by following a naturally healthy lifestyle. By studying into the latest scientific and medical research about the causes of disease, they discovered that lifestyle and diet contribute the most to long term health.
‘Solving Diabetes Type 2 in 27 Days’ claims that the ‘Standard Western Junk Food Diet’ promotes inflammation in the body, a major contributing factor to disease. By avoiding foods that consist of starchy carbohydrates such as breads, pastas, cereals and potatoes, while eliminating sugary food and drinks, the body can then begin to remove the inflammation and start to heal itself.
Solving the symptoms of diabetes – using natural supplements
One of the supplements that can support this process is serrapeptase. A proteolytic enzyme derived from Serratia E15, serrapeptase breaks down the inflammation and dead tissue in the body, without causing any harm to living tissue. Once this is removed, the body’s self-healing mechanisms can come into effect.
Cinnamon is recommended to balance blood sugar levels, as is a Pancreas formula containing gymnema sylvestre, vanadyl sulphate, chromium polynicotinate and Niacin (B3) to control diabetes. Alpha-lipoic acid is beneficial for improving glucose metabolism, and the e-book also recommends a wide variety of nutrients including nascent iodine, krill oil, probiotics, digestive enzymes, a multivitamin complex and Natural Vitamin E.
By following the rehabilitation plan exactly and by choosing to make healthier lifestyle and dietary choices in the long term, diabetes sufferers can expect to see a big improvement in their symptoms, to what Redfern refers to is known in the medical world as a ‘recovery’.
The e-book ‘Solving Diabetes in 27 Days’ is available on Amazon Kindle, iBooks, Createspace and Google Play amongst a variety of other digital publishing platforms.
For more on healing Diabetes Type II and information about the e-book, please visit:
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