My Mother Achieved Normal Blood Sugar Level After 24 Years | Diabetes Reversal Program

Mr. Suhas, one of the participants in the Diabetes Reversal Program, shared his mother's experience in controlling her blood sugar levels after 24 years by connecting with Diabexy.

He said “You are doing great work. I can’t even express how happy I am. My mother had diabetes for 24 years. Her insulin dosage ranged from 48 to 52 units. Her blood sugar levels were always high, causing her to feel dizzy and sometimes fall down, which scared me. I searched for a solution and discovered Diabexy. For 24 years, my mother's sugar levels hadn’t normalized. For the past 3 months, I have been guiding her with the help of Diabexy. Now her fasting blood sugar level is 90 mg/dL and her postprandial (PP) sugar level is 120 mg/dL. She used to experience a burning sensation on her back, but now everything is fine. I am very happy now. My weight was also over 100 kg, but after following the Diabexy diet, I lost 20 kg in 2.5 months. During this time, while my mom was struggling with diabetes, I read your book “New Theory of Diabetes” and joined your certification course. I have been guiding and educating people about diet with your help. Diabexy Atta is also very good; it solves all sugar-related problems. I am also using Nutroactive Keto Atta, which has a low glycemic index. It’s very good.”

In the end, He asked a question: Can I increase my protein intake?

The answer given by Mr. Lokendra Tomar

"When you increase protein intake, the question arises: how does the body absorb the protein? For example, consider a football player who runs for 6 hours a day. Their muscle breakdown is high, so they need to repair more muscles, thus requiring more protein. Conversely, another person who exercises less but consumes the same amount of protein as the football player may not be able to metabolize it efficiently. Whatever enters the body—be it carbohydrates, proteins, or fats—the body converts it into sugar. This sugar is then transformed into triglycerides, which are stored as fat. Therefore, your protein intake depends on your level of activity."

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