Learn How To Optimize Your Morning Blood Sugar Levels In Type 2 Diabetes

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  • Learn the significance of maintaining a morning sugar level of 75
  • Discover the keys to successful fasting for diabetes management
  • Understand the benefits of expert guidance in achieving optimal blood sugar levels
  • This video is part of the Reversing Type 2 Diabetes Summit
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Beverly Yates, ND

Hi. Let me share with you a story about Donna, a client who made wonderful progress in taking charge of her type 2 diabetes and working towards reversing it. She shared this with me, which is just an amazing statement. Quote, Fasting morning sugar was 75 and answered prayer. The keys that I gave her are really beneficial, end quote. I was thrilled, absolutely delighted for her to receive this wonderful news. I was jumping for joy because I knew how hard and focused she was on working on this. She, of course, was also delighted and it was so well-deserved. What a wonderful woman that she’d made real progress on her blood sugar control. When we first started working together on her health goals, her A1c was at 11. Now, seven months prior, before we met and started to work on this, it had been around 6.0 had pretty much plateaued for years, and then suddenly had jumped up to 11.0 in seven months. That’s scary when that happens. Wow. So Donna took actually immediately to keep this from getting any worse. She had worked the night shift for years before retiring. We will find over time if you look up the research night shift work or changing shifts for your work. So unstable work hours are really a recipe for all kinds of metabolic problems, whether it causes type 2 diabetes, whether it causes problems with cancer, whether it causes problems with heart disease, night shift, and, or changing shift work is a real problem for human metabolism. So just know that’s part of the recipe for illness later on. Interestingly, she had also been a vegan, vegetarian for a number of years while her A1c  had stayed stuck at 6.0. And during this time period, it also jumped up to 11.0. That’s often not what happens when people become vegetarians and vegans. But for some of us, the vegetarian vegan diet, you know, I always say do what actually works for you.

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