Mr. Sanjay achieved a drop from 7.8 to 6.1 in his HbA1c levels | Diabetes reversal Program

HbA1c: 7.8 to 6.1⬇️
🩸Sugar level: 95⬇️

Mr. Sanjay, one of the participants in the Diabetes Reversal Program, is sharing his experience controlling HbA1c and blood sugar levels by connecting with Diabexy.

He said " My HbA1c was 7.8 previously. I have been suffering from high blood pressure and cholesterol for the past 6 months and have been taking medication. For the past 15 days, I have been consuming Diabexy Atta. Now, my HbA1c level dropped to 6.1. In the morning, I ate a paratha made with Diabexy Atta and checked my blood sugar levels before and after. Before having the paratha, my blood sugar level was 104, and 2 hours after consuming it, my sugar level dropped to 95. I am feeling very well now."

He asked some questions: "Should I stop taking the medication?" and "Do I have insulin resistance?"

The Answer given by Lokendra Tomar

"If your HbA1c is around 6.1, it likely indicates insulin resistance. The decision to discontinue medication should be made by a doctor, not a dietitian. If you adjust your diet and your blood sugar levels continue decreasing to a dangerously low hypoglycemic level, your doctor will automatically stop your medication. Therefore, it's essential to consult with your doctor."


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