Type 2 Diabetes-My Story

I am sharing this story with diabetics in the hopes that they will be inspired to bring their type 2 diabetes under control. Signs of type 2 diabetes In September 2009 when Dr.  Robinson diagnosed me as a type 2 diabetic, my blood glucose was so high that his face...

Diabetics Journey Author Interview

Interviewer: Rick Tunis                                                                                    Published by:  Ernest Quansah Ernest Quansah is the author of the recently published Diabetic’s Journey: How Type 2 Diabetes Can Be Reversed and Cured. He lives...

What Is Insulin Resistance

Type 2 diabetes, or diabetes mellitus, occurs when a person’s body becomes insulin-resistant Insulin Resistant Insulin resistance is the physical condition in which the body ceases to respond to insulin, a secretion produced by the pancreas whose main purpose is to...

Insulin Sensitivity Restoration

What does insulin sensitivity restoration mean? To understand, we have to talk about how diabetes occurs, and the process which causes you to get a diabetes diagnosis. When you become a type 2 diabetic, the insulin secreted from your pancreas - a small...

Type 2 Diabetes Reversal

Reversing Type 2 Diabetes It is not uncommon to meet people who are either diabetic or know a family member who is diabetic, but most of those people won't know that diabetes reversal is possible. Untreated type 2 diabetes leads to blindness, liver...

Managing Diabetes

Managing Diabetes In Traditional Medicine How is diabetes managed? Traditionally, managing diabetes involves taking drugs. The purpose of the drugs is to enable you to continue consuming the same foods that induced the diabetes in the first place. In other...

Diabetes Diagnosis

Diagnosing Diabetes The first step to understanding a diabetes diagnosis is proper information. It was long believed that no one really knew what went on inside a diabetic body. The research of Dr. Robinson and his team, and the research of other modern...

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