Dementia and Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Peer reviewed research has found that Type 2 diabetes is largely caused by genes, either inherited or damaged by many common environmental pollutants and drugs. Read the details HERE.
Though people with Type 2 diabetes are often obese, research has found that their obesity often develops after their blood sugar control has begun to fail. Read the details HERE.
Learn how to test your blood sugar on your own and how to interpret the results HERE.
Learn about LADA a slow onset form of autoimmune diabetes HERE.
Learn about the many forms of monogenic diabetes, called MODY, HERE.
Learn why most doctors believe people with Type 2 Diabetes will always get complications and why the research shows that toxic belief doesn't have to be true HERE.
Don't let your doctor keep you from achieving normal blood sugars. Learn about the poorly reported research that erroneously convinced doctors that lowering A1c is harmful HERE.
How to Lower Your Blood Sugar
Safe and Healthy Blood Sugar Targets
The Real Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes
Painless Blood Sugar Testing
How to Treat Mild Hypos
The Patterns in Which Type 2 Diabetes Develops