Fatigue, increased thirst, increased hunger yet losing weight, longer healing times for sores – all are indicators of Type 2 Diabetes. You may not realize the extent of the problem because symptoms can linger for years without enough of a flare up to send you to a diabetes doctor. But Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise.
A few facts about Type 2 Diabetes
- in the next 15 years, the World Health Organization expects that 300 million people will have Type 2 Diabetes.
- The American diet has changed more in the last hundred years than it did in the previous ten thousand years.
- The surge in diagnoses is largely due to lifestyle choices regarding diet, with fast food and the microwave at the center of the storm. If you suspect that you have diabetes complications, we can work with you to reduce or eliminate the symptoms through non-prescription nutritional methods. Find out more about Type 2 Diabetes.
Reversing the effects of Type 2 Diabetes
The problem of Type 2 Diabetes
More than 50% of people who have type 2 diabetes are unaware of their illness. Left untreated, the complications of this disease are dire: blindness, kidney disease, stroke, heart disease, cancer, and amputation below the knee. One clue to the preventable nature of type 2 diabetes is that it is also referred to as ‘adult onset diabetes.’ The culprits that bring on the symptoms are largely due to our prevalence of processed foods and un-natural ingredients, such as high fructose corn syrup. Because of the way the body metabolizes the un-natural ingredients, the body’s insulin and leptin hormones are thrown out of balance. This in turn affects blood sugar levels. So, a chain of events is set in place, and taking insulin and prescriptions are not the best answer.It’s important that you assess your symptom levels and take action to improve your quality of life both now and in the future. We know that it’s difficult to do it alone. The symptoms and problems don’t appear overnight, and so the treatment and restoration will also not happen instantly. But help is possible, and we’re here to support you on your journey.
Symptoms of diabetes
- Excessive thirst
- Constant hunger
- Frequent urination
- Significant weight gain or loss
- Extremem fatigue
- Slow healing of wounds
- Problems with vision
- Prickling or tingling of feet or hands
How we can help you
Dr. Jade Malay, offers non-insulin, non-prescription hope for sufferers of type 2 diabetes – a condition that is both preventable and curable. Most of our patients have suffered a long time and tried many diabetes treatments, with less than optimal results. If you’re tired of treating symptoms with marginal progress, we can help you reverse the effects of type 2 diabetes by addressing the root cause. You’ll have a customized approach to your situation that includes adjusting diet and nutritional supplements. Recommendations are made based on your individual test results. Then, we’ll monitor your progress and revise supplements as needed to help you reach your goal for a better quality of life.
What to expect
Dr. Malay and the entire staff are committed to helping you feel 100% better. We start by asking you a series of questions to see if you’re a candidate for our process. For example, we’ll look at your current medications and blood sugar levels. If it looks like we can help you, the next step is to set up a one-on-one or group consultation to talk about how our treatments compare to a traditional medical approach. If you choose to move forward, we’ll create a customized program for you to restore vitality and reduce or eliminate dependence on insulin and/or prescription medications.
Russell Skinner, M.D., Medical Director
Type 2 Diabetes Testimonials
I found it very hard to focus and I did not have any energy. I am now off insulin, I can’t believe how much energy I have.
I have been a diabetic for over 20 years. My doctor had me on at least 8 pills a day and was ready to put me on insulin.
My blood sugar was running between 200 to 225. It seemed to just keep going higher and higher.
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