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This used to be called adult onset diabetes because of the rapid rise in childhood obestity. The symptoms of this disease can be managed, and even reversed. The co-founder of this company, Malcolm Victorian is a Type 2 Diabetes survivor, and his after care protocol is now being practiced by hundreds of his clients wi
A common blood test used to monitor your progress or decline in the management of the disease. The A1C test result reflects your average blood sugar level for the past two to three months. The test is taken by drawing a sample of your blood so you basically can't cheat, which is a good thing if you are serious about managing your disease. Take A1C seriously!
The technology advancement in these meters has been amazing in the past twenty years. Checking your blood sugar readings at a moment's glance is easy using traditional monitoring or newer products that access a pod temporarily docked onto your arm for a few days at a time.
Fortunately we have control over how we live our lives and the really good news is this; let's say we have led a fairly sedate lifestyle up until now. No worries, the changes we make NOW can dramatically increase our longevity and also give us a quality of life we never knew existed.
I once had a one case a week habit ot drinking Diet Mt. Dew and Mt. Dew. The sugars and aspartame in these drinks are very bad for you causing a whole host of internal problems later on in our life. Good water and hydration are key to proper management and reversal of symptoms.
Do you know that whatever you put into your body and digest eventually turns into sugar? Exactly how much sugar is what we need to know if we are going to successfully manage and crush this disease. We are here because we have lived this disease and have defeated it.
With over 25 years of wellness coaching in the area of diet, exercise, eating disorders, and Type 2 Diabetes, Malcolm Victorian is a master wellness coach that is available to partner with you in order to meet your goals in relation to reversing the symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes.