Insulin Treatment for Type II Diabetics Fails
Let me help them out. Using insulin in a type II diabetic is a last ditch effort and should be avoided if at all possible. Insulin transports sugar out of the blood – but it must put it somewhere. All too often it forces the formation of fat, leading to weight gain and even worse health. If sugar is forced into cells that don't want it, it will kill them. In other words, insulin doesn't fix anything. Apparently the only thing doctors now know how to treat is numbers on paper. If you want to fix someone with type II diabetes you need to get metabolic fitness restored. That means a good diet, lots of exercise, and nutrients that help the body use sugar properly.
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