Maximizing the Benefits of Diabetes Defense

High blood sugar is implicated in nearly every major disease. Taking Diabetes Defense can be your first step to stopping the long term damaging effects of elevated blood sugar. 

To be successful, it is important to set short term and long term goals. The first goal is to lower your fasting blood sugar to a level that will stop ongoing damage being done to your body. Over time, such damage will increase your risk of disease. Therefore, the first target is to get to a fasting blood sugar level lower then 100. 

Why are these numbers the first target? Numerous studies have shown that a blood sugar level over 110, for just two hours, causes damage to the eyes and capillaries. Over time, this will lead to neuropathy and vision issues. 

The second goal will be to approach the normal range of 70 to 85mg/dl. 

So, where do you begin? First, you must accept that you cannot take a drug or a natural product, continue to eat whatever you want, and think you will be OK. There is not a product on the market that will do that for you. However, there are some ingredients which are extremely helpful –  the humulones (a specialized hops extract) contained in Diabetes Defense are among the most effective. 

Ultimately though, it all starts with food and beverage choices, and the quantity of food you consume. Most doctors and naturopaths who have success with patients recommend the “low carb” diet. Simply put, you only eat single ingredient foods. For the first 30 to 45 days of the plan, almost any food with a just one ingredient is considered acceptable, with those exceptions listed below. Any vegetable, fruit, lean turkey, chicken, fish, nuts, seeds, and such would be low carb. 

The quantity of the foods you consume is also very important since everything you eat will eventually be converted into sugar. Therefore, the less you eat, the less sugar your body has to process. Essentially, you need to avoid dairy products, all fried, packaged, or processed foods, and any beverages other than water, tea, or coffee. Also, try to eat a small amount every three to four hours, instead of having any large meals. 

If at all possible, avoid the following during the first 30-45 days:

      • Vegetable oils
      • All wheat-based products
      • Cereals
      • Potatoes
      • Corn
      • Peas
      • Beets
      • Foods with preservatives

 Fruits to avoid as well:

      • Bananas
      • Cheries
      • Grapes
      • Pineapple
      • Pears

Eat raw when possible, and cook eggs, fish, and other foods on lower heat settings, avoiding high settings. Yes, cooking may take longer, but it is healthier. There will soon be a special free report available to you explaining what happens to certain foods when they are prepared with high heat.

Now, we will assume you are eating properly. The next step is exercise. In this context, the exercise is not about losing weight. Rather, it is about burning the glucose from your blood-stream so your sugar levels are lower and damage is prevented. It is also about forcing you to breathe a little deeper and make your heart pump a little harder. This allows the oxygen and nutrients to reach the outer most cells of your body, and allows waste to flow out of those areas.

Once your doctor approves, the following is a simple but effective exercise method to get started:

  1. begin with a warm-up session of a few minutes;
  2. then perform short bursts of more intense exercise (like running in place) for 20 seconds;
  3. ease up for 10 seconds;
  4. repeat the 20-second intense activity followed by the 10-second respite until you are breathing a little harder.

    Your current weight and condition will determine the intensity level and length of time you are able to do this. Don’t be discouraged if initially just walking or riding a stationary bike is as intense an exercise as you can handle. That does not matter; you just have to do something to move the fluids in your body. Stamina and length of exercise activity will improve over time. 

    In addition:

    • Try not to eat anything after about 6 PM.
    • Use cold-pressed virgin olive oil or coconut oil for your oils.
    • Make sure you are getting the 46 essential nutrients which give you 23 minerals, including chromium, selenium, zinc, and magnesium. An excellent way to accomplish this is the SONA vitamin/mineral complex by Enerex.
    • Enerex has a glucose support product, Gluco Check, which is already blended with proven nutrients should you need help after working on the above items in conjunction with taking Diabetes Defense.

    With time, patience, and due diligence, you should expect to see improvement in your glucose and triglyceride levels, as well as improved blood pressure, body mass, and overall health. Blood sugar and liver enzyme tests by your doctor or lab every ninety days or so will reveal how you are progressing.

    Once you get into the safe zone, you may be able to include some of your favorite meals in reasonable portions. But remember, the first goal is to stop the damage from wrecking havoc in your body and shortening your lifespan.

    The opinions expressed above are not intended to replace the advice of your primary care physician. Before starting any program, it is always advisable to make sure your physician is on board with your plan.