Women With Type 1 Diabetes Are 13 Times More Likely To Die Than Other Females

Diabetes is at epidemic levels and the only way to stop the untimely deaths is for those with the disease to change their life styles NOW!  Here at Creative Health Institute we have taught hundreds of diabetics how to greatly reduce their insulin and even go off of it. 

We all deserve to live healthy, happy lives and the complications and early deaths associated with this terrible disease  should not be something that any of us need to experience. New diet technologies combined with insulin balancing herbs and supplements are making the lives of type 1 diabetics better for the first time in the history of the disease. We are seeing significant insulin reductions and even some type 1 diabetic being able to completely come off  their insulin.  

Type 1 is not as simple to resolve as type 2 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that causes the body’s immune system to mistakenly attack the body’s insulin-producing cells. As a result, people with type 1 diabetes make little or no insulin, and must usually rely on lifelong insulin replacement either through injections or tiny catheter attached to an insulin pump. Insulin is a hormone that allows the body to use blood sugar.

Insulin replacement therapy isn’t as effective as naturally-produced insulin, however. People with type 1 diabetes often have blood sugar levels that are too high or too low, because it’s difficult to predict exactly how much insulin you’ll need. When blood sugar levels are too high due to too little insulin, it causes damage that can lead to long term complications, such as an increased risk of kidney failure and heart disease. On the other hand, if you have too much insulin, blood sugar levels can drop dangerously low, potentially leading to coma or death.

These factors are why type 1 diabetes has long been associated with a significantly increased risk of death, and a shortened life expectancy.

Its our experience that a type 1 diabetic can usually manage to drop their insulin intake by as much as 80% when they learn how to implement new diet strategies. If you have a loved one who has type 1 diabetes you may want to refer them to Creative Health Institute, to learn how they can better manage their disease and signicantly increase their lifespans.

Have a rawsome weekend,

Your Friends At CHI

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