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Are you worried about your diabetes and all the side effects of diabetes? Are you tired of being told
that you are not eating well enough? Are you following the “guidelines” by taking your medications
and eating well, and your blood sugar is still high? Is your health…how well you feel…still not what
you desire it to be?
If you answered yes to these questions, you will find our approach interesting. I’m not suggesting I will
cure your diabetes, but by asking a few “different” questions, you could be able to manage your
condition better, and feel better in the process.
What “different” questions am I talking about?
For one…What is your cortisol daily output and rhythm?
A normal cortisol pattern is high in the morning (but not too high), and lower at lunch, still lower at
dinner, and still lower at bedtime (but not too low…or high!). The fact is that cortisol increases blood
sugar. I know of several natural medicines that lower cortisol…time and research tested. They work
on my patients, and in clinical research.
Do you know that there is a simple lab test that measures a specific enzyme called Alkaline
Phosphatase (ALP) that when low, can indicate low zinc levels in the blood? Low zinc levels cause
problems with cholesterol and hormones such as insulin.
Here’s how it works…zinc is an important antioxidant nutrient…if levels are low, oxidation is the
result…and the most susceptible tissues in you to oxidation are fats…oxidized cholesterol causes
heart disease, and oxidized fats cause insulin resistance. Insulin resistance, which is essentially what
diabetes IS…isn’t just from eating poorly! It occurs from nutrient imbalance…high cortisol…and many
If this type of diagnosis and care intrigues you, give our clinic a call...start asking some different
Diabetic patients are well educated in my experience…I know you know more than the basics…this is
the next step to a new level of diabetic control, and feeling better in your life!