Type2 Diabetes My Journey Thru Hell

By ADW|2017-05-01T08:58:41-04:00Updated: July 24th, 2010|Diabetes Management, GlucoStories|1 Comment

Folks, I ended up on too many pills, actos et all and we have got him out of lineup.

The bias and nonsense out there are frankly extremely intimidating and unhelpful.

After much work and diet cleanup, we found much to everyone horror, my liver was adding tons of glucose whenever he dumped – dawn effect/low sugar and hammering my body. To some folks such events do not occur, today I have trapped and logged those events clearly and showed results of metformin strengths in blood plasma and runaway from failure to take metformin pills.

As best this layman can tell my liver is signalling shutting down on the metformin presence and any injected insulin does not show great promise.

Along the way, I had a body bloated with water and a scrotum the size of a cannonball. Nope no hernia. Added directives and shed 30 lbs at that time.

There is no doubt that I am glad to get some semblance of control over this beast. Lastly, I did find a web site from Salk Institute which pointed out that if they could better control the sugar production of the Liver they could save a lot more toes, limbs, eyes etc. There argument did not seem to contain the need to better lock down the fork,knife and plate better.

By jwsnell

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