Diabetes has now become a full-blown epidemic in India with as many as 6.66 crore people suffering from its one or more co-morbid conditions. The disorder was until recently known to be a pancreatic disorder (associated mostly with elderly aged people) but now, has emerged in one of its most devastating forms as type-2 diabetes. Type-2 diabetes is quite predominant among young children and adults. The sad part about the disorder is that it can strike without warning and can give rise to numerous other disorders that may even affect the vital organs of the body.
What is Diabetes?
Diabetes is also known by the term diabetes mellitus, can be best described as a type of metabolic disorder where a person is diagnosed with consistent high blood sugar levels (above 120 mg/dl). This generally happens either due to the lack of production of insulin (DM type I) or inability of body cells to respond to insulin (DM type 2) resulting an abnormally high blood sugar levels. The disorder is therefore categorized as under:
Type I DM – diagnosed due to the lack of production of insulin in the body
Type 2 DM – diagnosed due to the resistance of your body cells to respond to insulin.
What is insulin?
Insulin is a hormone secretes naturally in the pancreas by the islets of Langerhans. It enables the body cells to absorb glucose from the blood stream and releases energy. It also helps to maintain the normal blood sugar levels.
How insulin affects your blood sugar levels?
Insulin is secreted by the beta cells of the pancreas called islets of Langerhans. It plays an active role to regulate both carbohydrate and fat metabolism and thus helps to remove excess glucose from the blood. This further helps to maintain blood sugar levels to permissible limits. Insulin is regarded as one of the crucial metabolic regulatory hormones required to maintain low blood sugar levels by countering the concerted actions of some other vital hormones meant to produce hyperglycemia. In case, if the patient’s body is unable to produce the adequate amount of insulin naturally, then it would restrict glucose to get into the cells, resulting an excess accumulation in the bloodstream, prevailing hyperglycemic conditions that may lead to diabetes.
Reversing Diabetes- Dr.G Sharma’s Approach
The treatment approach devised by Dr.G Sharma would wean you off your drug dependency as devised, developed and practiced by him. In the diabetes reversal, you just need to add our supplements (DIABETALL, DAIABETPLUS, SWEET JOY) to your already prescribed dosage of drugs. Doing this would enable your blood sugar levels go down along with some dietary changes and recommended exercises.
After you become successful lowering your sugar levels to a certain extent, it would eventually help you to restrict the dosage of the already prescribed drugs and further tend to stop the dependency of such drugs in the future as well. You would then continue to rely on our supplements that are completely natural and free from any side effects.
Now, after your blood sugar levels come down under safe zone (80-120 ml/dl), you no longer need to be dependent on OHDs (Oral Hypoglycemic Drugs). If the situation improves further, you may even discontinue our supplements and can lead a healthy and normal life.
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