Diabetes:: Reverse Your Diabetes With a Clear and Concise Step by Step Guide (Diabetes - Diabetes Diet - Diabetes free - Diabetes Cure - Reversing Diabetes) | Paperback
by David Corr (Author)
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January 22, 2016
Product Description Clear and Concise Guide to Reverse your Diabetes Starting Today Excessive thirst, frequent urination, blurry vision, tiredness, tingling sensation in your extremities, wounds that take too long to heal – you notice these symptoms, visit your doctor, are advised some blood work ……..and then …….a sad reality dawns on you! You! Of all the people….you have been impacted by diabetes! You are scared because you have heard that diabetes is irreversible. You know about friends and family who are struggling with diabetes and trying to live a normal life. Well, if you or any of your family members are struggling with diabetes, then you understand these symptoms very well. You would have also heard that diabetes is irreversible. Now, here is the deal – Diabetes can be reversed and this book will teach you how. This book will guide you how to avoid the negative consequences of diabetes and live a happy energetic life Here is a preview of what you will learn. What is diabetes Types of diabetes you might have and the symptoms Factors causing diabetes Tips to manage your diabetes The diabetic nutritional strategy Foods to consume for diabetes Foods to avoid Exercises for controlling diabetes Stress relief for diabetes Supplements to help your diabetes
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