Case Study Diabetes – From 200 to 130 in two weeks
Case Study Diabetes: Phil was 55 years old when I met him. He had diabetes and was on four prescriptions drugs to balance his blood sugar levels. He had had a heart attack and wanted to take care of himself by losing weight.
Phil also had a hiatal hernia (acid reflux disease or GERD) and was taking Prilosec (Omeprazole). After about two weeks after our first visit he reported to me that the acid reflux did not awaken him in the middle of the night. He had stopped taking the Prilosec.
In about two weeks his blood sugar levels went from 200 to 130, and he had lost about 15 pounds. He and his wife, Mary Ann would fix the meals together so each of them didn’t mind being in the kitchen because they enjoyed cooking together. Phil’s job was the “chopper” and the reader of the Feel-Better Plan. Take the FREE Health Class.
A diabetic’s biggest contributor to their disease are enriched food products. The enriched food products will cause a spike in the blood sugar levels. Chemicals in the food is the second biggest contributor.
By the end of the six-week plan, Phil had lost almost 30 pounds and his energy had gone from a 5 to a 9. He was happy, and his medical doctor was happy that Phil was listening to his advise to lose some weight. His doctor was a little surprised that exercise did not fit into Phil’s equation to lose weight and get his diabetes under control.
Case Study Diabetes has shown you the importance of diet and diabetes. The first step towards a healthy tomorrow is taken today. If you have never taken a formal health class, this is your opportunity. The Free Health class is free!