Is there such a thing as temporary diabetes? Can temporary diabetes turn into permanent diabetes?
Let me tell you what I believe. Diabetes is a terrible disease and I wish no one would ever have to deal with it! Remember that what I say in this blog post has no scientific or medical proof. It is just my belief that I would like all those that do not have diabetes now to keep an open mind to what is in this message.
Some of you that are reading this blog will be diagnosed at some time in the future with diabetes. You must consider the cause and work with your healthcare professional to get your newly diagnosed diabetes under control keeping in mind that there is a good chance you can get back to normal and off all diabetes medications if no underlying conditions prevent it.
There is an old saying: “What does not kill you makes you stronger” I also believe that “Whatever assists your organs in performing its’ needed function can make that organ lazy and dependent”.
Based on personal experience with diabetes over 20 years ago, I currently average a blood glucose reading of 110 instead of over 1,000. Yes, I take no medication and have not for over 20 years.
In “Miracle Man Story” I talk about how, against Doctors orders; I reduced the dosage of my diabetic medications to zero. I believe that I had a potentially fatal case of temporary diabetes that would have became permanent or fatal if I followed the Doctors orders and remained on the recommended dosage even when my sugar levels started to become dangerously low.
“Miracle Man Story” is not meant to give medical advice but to inspire you to think for yourself and not be a victim of a medical mistake because you follow, without question, the advice of a medical professional when it looks or feels wrong.
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May all your dreams come true,