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Reversing Diabetes – Is it possible?

Posted by: Dr. Thaddeus Gala

Yes.

A big myth is that you have to suffer with diabetes. Or, once you are on medications you will always be on medications. Many researchers and scientists alike agree that diabetes is reversible and that the pancreas can heal and even regenerate. Sadly, there is little money behind getting this message out as this information does not sell more pharmaceuticals. This translates to little marketing on TV, internet and newspapers. However, CNN, UCLA, Dr. Oz and the Medstar institute as well as many other leading researchers have shown that when people take specific action they can reverse diabetes. For comparison, we have helped people that have been dealing with diabetes for 35+ years completely eliminate all oral and injection medications. One client was his pancreas completely removed and was still able to have great results.

Reversing Diabetes is absolutely possible once the inflammation is reduced in a natural healthy manner.

35+ Years Diabetic.. Medication Free After 4 Months!

Reversing Diabetes

It is true that once you have diabetes you always have diabetes. However, you can become clinically non-diabetic. What does that mean? It means a fasting blood sugar of less than 120mg/dl or an A1C of less than 6.4 without any diabetic medication. Meaning, you could walk into any physicians office and they could not detect diabetes after running tests or looking at your medication usage.

Becoming clinically non-diabetic and more importantly reversing inflammation is the key to improving energy, reversing disease and getting off your diabetic medications.  A good place to start is understanding the process of how you got sick in the first place.

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Dr. Thaddeus Gala is the Founder and Medical Director of both My Diabetic Solution and Complete Care in Southern Oregon. He trains other physicians on the leading research for chronic disease and endocrine disease reversal. He is on zero medications and is a marathon and ironman triathlete finisher.

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The information on this website is not intended to replace your physician and is not intended as medical advice. It is intended for educational purposes. Dr. Thaddeus Gala encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and talk to your health care provider before making lifestyle changes.