Len’s Journey: Feeling Better With Expert Guidance

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Summary
  • Discover Len’s experience of feeling revitalized through expert guidance
  • Understand the importance of personalized care in managing type 2 diabetes
  • Learn about the benefits of Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) in diabetes management
  • 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 Len, a client of mine who made wonderful progress in taking charge of his type 2 diabetes and working directly on reversing it. He was eager to be better, to have better health because he wanted to live a long, happy, healthy life and not have a whole lot of complications or consequences later. And in his own words, quote, I feel so much better now since working with you and knowing what to do and what not to do. End quote. So Len served in the military for over 30 years, a proud member of the military, and he put everyone else’s needs before his own right. He put their needs first. This is a common story when it comes to the development of type 2 diabetes and prediabetes. And in his case, whether at work or with his family, prioritizing other people’s needs meant that his particularly stressful work left him vulnerable. It left him with type 2 diabetes. So for years and years, he had to be ready to do his job at all hours of the day and night at a moment’s notice and was not able really to focus in a practical way consistently on his own self-care. This left him vulnerable in a way that I see is commonly a backstory for people who have type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes. They’re often looking out for the well-being of others at the expense of their own health. He’s been so busy over the years, in fact, doing things for others and not for himself. And he was coming to realize now, in this moment in his life that, hey, wait a minute, where did my own self-care go? Where am I on my own priority list, my own to-do list, right? He was eager to finally put his own needs first and to make his self-care his priority. So he wanted to avoid what happens if you don’t take care and take action with type 2 diabetes and make meaningful improvements right now. He enrolled in the 6-month Yates Protocol Health program for blood sugar control. 

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