Diaberex

 

Introducing the easiest way to lower your blood sugar levels… lower your cholesterol level, reduce hypertension, boost healthy blood flow… and help you avoid a heart or brain disaster & other damaging complications derive from Type 2 Diabetes!

From: Michael Dess
Fremont, California
 
Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Dear friend with Diabetes,

If you are like most people who have type 2 diabetes, then you are most likely sick and tired of the drugs and what the medical industry has provided you thus far...

It is no secret that many people who suffer from type 2 diabetes face severe complications that come with serious frustration, depression and anxiety.

For many, the medical industry and modern medicine have little to no answers at all concerning type 2 diabetes.  Often times, it's one medical procedure after another with little hope for answers.

Laser surgery is prescribed or recommended due to eye damage.  Exercise is recommended, managing blood glucose levels is recommended and taking insulin shots -- among so many drugs -- are recommended.

It is one thing after another for most type 2 diabetes sufferers.

"Don't Leave Your Diabetes To Doctors... Prescription Drugs Can Be Just As Bad As Diabetes Itself"

Listen : call me old fashion in my values, if you want. But I'm going to pull the devious rug out from under the unethical profit-driven salesman...disguised as a doctors.

I believe it is completely reasonable to expect our doctors to be objective and impartial when it come to giving us advice on various treatment. However, their objectivity is disturbingly questionable when the only option presented to us a cure is the long term medication like insulin injection for the rest of your life.

The Toxic side-effects of them are...

  • Weight Gain
  • Respiratory Infections
  • Nausea, Diarrhea
  • Skin rash
  • Liver Damage
  • Heart Failure
  • Headaches
  • And that's just naming a few

Your are not alone though because, in just the United States alone, diabetes affects over 20.8 millions people or roughly 8% of adults age 20 or over and cost the nation more than $100 billion each year. Internationally, the figures for diabetes stricken people are even more shocking!

What Exactly Is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disease characterized by high glucose ( sugar ) levels in the blood. Insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, regulate the amount of glucose in our blood.

In patients with diabetes, the body either does not produce enough insulin or does not adequately respond to the insulin it is producing. This cause blood sugar levels to be higher than normal.

Diabetes can be associated with serious complications such as heart disease, blindness, kidney failure, stroke and lower-limb amputations, but steps can be taken to control the disease and lower the risk of complications.

Type 1 Diabetes : Type 1 Diabetes ( previously called insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus ( IDDM) or juvenile-onset diabetes ) develops when the body's immune system destroys pancreatic beta cells, which make insulin.

Type 1 Diabetes usually occurs in children and young adults, who must have insulin delivered by injections or a pump in order to survive. Type 1 Diabetes may account for 5% to 10% of all diagnosed cases of diabetes. Risk factors include autoimmune, genetic, and environmental factors.

Type 2 Diabetes : Type 2 Diabetes ( previously known as non insulin-dependant diabetes mellitus   ( NIDDM ) or adult-onset diabetes ) develops gradually, and is usually caused by a combination of impaired secretion of insulin and reduced sensitivity of the body's cells to insulin ( insulin resistance ). As a result, blood glucose levels become elevated.

Type 2 Diabetes usually occurs in adults, however it is increasingly being diagnosed in people at younger age, even in childhood and adolescence. Type 2 Diabetes may account for about 90% to 95% of all diagnosed cases of diabetes, and the prevalence is rising at an alarming rate throughout the world.

This is believed to be due to increases in longevity, sedentary lifestyles and a dramatic upsurge in obesity.

Type 2 Diabetes can be controlled .
Therapeutic lifestyle management such as following a careful diet and exercise program, and losing excess weight may help, though oral medications are often necessary. Risk factors include old age, obesity, a family history of diabetes, prior history of gestational diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance, physical inactivity, and race/ethnicity.

African Americans., Hispanic / Latino Americans, American Indians, and some Asian Americans and Pacific Islander are at particularly high risk for Type 2 Diabetes.

Other types you should be aware of...

Impaired Glucose Tolerance ( IGT ) : Impaired Glucose Tolerance is an intermediate state between normal blood glucose control and type 2 diabetes. IGT is an early sign that a person's carbohydrate metabolism is impaired. It carries a high risk of progressing to Type 2 Diabetes.

IGT ( and Type 2 Diabetes ) result from a combination of impaired secretion of insulin and reduced sensitivity of the body's cell to insulin ( insulin resistance )

Gestational Diabetes : Gestational Diabetes is a form of glucose intolerance diagnosed in some women during pregnancy, but usually disappeared after the mother gives birth. Treatment is required to normalize blood glucose levels to avoid complications in the infant.

Gestational Diabetes occurs more frequently among African Americans, Hispanic / latin Americans, and Native Americans. It is also more common among obese women and women with a family history of diabetes.

Secondary Diabetes : Secondary Diabetes can result from other conditions such as specific genetic syndromes, surgery, drugs, malnutrition, infection, and other damage to or diseases of the pancreas.
How Is Diabetes Be Diagnosed

Type 1 : Patients with Type 1 Diabetes usually develop symptoms over a short period of time, and the condition is often diagnosed in an emergency setting.

Urinalysis of an acutely ill Type 1 Diabetes patient will detect high glucose levels, and high levels of ketones.

Ketones are produced by the breakdown of fat and muscle, and they are toxic at high levels. Ketones in the blood can cause a condition called " acidosis " ( low blood pH ). Blood glucose levels are also high.

Type 2 : Patients with Type 2 Diabetes develop symptoms over a longer period of time. Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed when:

The blood glucose is 126 milligrams per deciliter       ( mg/dl ) or higher on two occasions after fasting  (abstaining from food) for 8 or more hours; or..

The blood glucose level is 200 mg/dl or higher at any time between meals with symptoms of diabetes, such as increased thirst, urination, and fatigue; or...

A blood glucose level drawn two hours after drinking a 75-gram glucose solution is 200mg/dl or higher.

Diabetes : Risk Factors and Preventive Measures

Risk factors are characteristics that can predispose you to developing a condition or disease. Just because you have one or more risk factors does not mean you will get diabetic. Risk factor for Type 1 Diabetes are not as clearly defined as for Type 2 Diabetes.

Type 1 Diabetes risk factors include...

  • Family history of diabetes
  • Autoimmune disease, where the body mistakenly attacks the insulin-producing cells
  • Environmental factors

Type 2 Diabetes risk factors includes...

  • Age of 45 years or older
  • Obesity
  • Family history of diabetes
  • Diabetes during pregnancy
  • Impaired Glucose Tolerance ( IGT )
  • Physical inactivity
  • Being a Native American, African American, Hispanic / Latino American, Asian Americans, or a Pacific Islander

What Are The Problems Associated With Diabetes?

Many people with diabetes eventually develop complications, especially if it is not controlled well. Even if the diabetes is controlled well, complications can still occur. The good news is that short-term complications can be easy to fix and that proper treatment of diabetes usually delays complications.

The bad news is that long-term complications are difficult to control and can cause someone to die earlier than normal. Keep in mind as you read this section that there are some individuals who have had diabetes  for over 50 years and have experienced few complications

This is how Diabetes becomes a Silent Killer

1. Hypoglycemia : A very common short-term complication of diabetes. This complication can occur during treatment if the amount of food eaten and the amount of insulin taken are not balanced properly. Hypoglycemia is more common in people with Type I diabetes but can occur in people with Type 2 Diabetes who take sulfonylurea drugs.

Sulfonyurea drugs increase the production of insulin from cells in the pancreas. If untreated, hypoglycemia can cause seizures, which are involuntary muscle movements and/or decreased awareness of the environment due to overexcitement of nerve cells in the brain. Ketoacidosis  is an example of a short-term complication of diabetes.

2. Infection : High levels of sugar in the blood make it more difficult for the body to fight against infections. This can lead to infections of the urinary tract, which is the part of the body that deals with the formation and excretion of urine (pee). To excrete means to release from the body as waste.

3. Eye Problems : Eye problems can develop as a complication, such as retinopathy (also known as diabetic retinopathy), which is damage to the retina and the blood vessels that serve it. The retina is an area at the back of the eye that is sensitive to light.

Blood vessels are tube-shaped structures that carry blood to and from the heart. Both large and small blood vessels also start to break down quicker in people with diabetes mellitus. Blood may also have a difficult time moving throughout the body as a result of diabetes mellitus.

4. Peripheral Neuropathy : Damage to nerve fibers outside of the brain or spine. Peripheral neuropathy can cause a gradual loss of sensation starting at the hands and feet, which sometimes moves up the arms and legs.

Loss of feeling and poor blood circulation makes the body more susceptible to ulcers (open sores) and gangrene (tissue death due to poor blood supply or infection of a wound.). Peripheral neuropathy can also cause dizziness when standing up as well as impotence in men.

5. Problems With Sexual Function : Diabetes may cause difficulties during sexual intercourse, such as erectile dysfunction, soft erection & etc.

6. Kidney Damage : Kidney damage can occur as a complication of diabetes mellitus, which can lead to kidney failure.

7. Heart Disease : Another complication of diabetes mellitus is a higher risk for atherosclerosis, which is a narrowing of arteries (blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart). Atherosclerosis can cause damage to large blood vessels, which is a major cause of stroke and coronary artery disease.

A stroke is a burst artery (a type of blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart) or a blockage of an artery in the brain. Coronary artery disease is a narrowing of coronary arteries, which supply the heart with blood. The narrowing of coronary arteries causes heart damage. People with diabetes also have a greater chance to have increased levels of cholesterol, which can speed up the development of atherosclerosis. Cholesterol is a waxy, fatty substance found only in animal tissues.

8. Other Complications : High Blood Pressure, Heart Disorders, Strokes and Cataracts are additional complications associated with diabetes mellitus. Cataracts is a darkening of the lens in the eye. The lens is an organ located between the colored part of the eye, that bends light as it enters the eye.

A very important issue for people with diabetes mellitus to be concerned about is good foot care. This is because one complication of diabetes mellitus is ulcers (open sores) on the feet. In severe cases, ulcers can develop into gangrene. Gangrene is death of a tissue, usually due to a loss of blood supply. If a foot sore develops, you should see the doctor immediately.

If you'd like to say goodbye to insulin injection, stop living on fear of the deathly diabetes complications and restore your overall health, feel YOUNG, HEALTHY, VIBRANT, SEXUALLY ACTIVE & CONFIDENT All Day...Everyday and enjoy your life to the fullest, then this might be the most important letter you'll ever read.

Five Potent Ingredients of Diaberex™

#1: Bitter Gourd Root Extract (150mg)
Bitter gourd is used in native medicines of Asia and Africa, and specifically used as a folk medicine for Diabetes for its excellent medicinal virtues. It is antidotal, antipyretic tonic, appetizing, stomachic, antibilious, and laxative.

Recent studies have established that it contains a hypoglycaemic or insulin-like principle, designated as ‘plant-insulin’, which has been found highly beneficial for lowering blood and urine sugar levels. It should, therefore, be included liberally in the diet of the diabetic.

Many diabetic patients take the juice of about four or five fruits every morning on an empty stomach to control Diabetes. The seeds of bitter gourd can be added to food in powdered form.

Diabetics can also use bitter gourd by decoction: boiling the vegetable pieces in water or in the form of dry powder.

A great majority of diabetics suffer from malnutrition as they are commonly under-nourished. Bitter gourd is rich in essential vitamins and minerals, especially vitamin A, B1, B2, C and Iron, so its regular use may prevent many complications such as hypertension, eye problems, neuritis, and defective metabolism of carbohydrates. It increases the body’s resistance against infection too.

Bitter Gourd is highly effective in fighting against blood and skin disorders such as blood boils, scabies, itching, psoriasis, ringworm and other fungal diseases.

#2: Panax Ginseng
panax-ginsengPanax ginseng is an herbal supplement derived from the roots of the ginseng plant. The term “ginseng” usually refers to Panax Ginseng (also known as Asian ginseng, Chinese ginseng, or Korean ginseng).

This type of ginseng should not be confused with American ginseng or Siberian ginseng, which have different medicinal properties.

Early studies show promising results for using Panax Ginseng for the following uses:

.Improving mental functioning (such as improving arithmetic skills), although ginseng does not seem to improve memory when used alone.

  .Lowering blood sugar in people with Diabetes

  .Improving sexual function in men with impotence (also known as erectile  dysfunction or ED)

 . Delaying premature ejaculation (when combined with several other herbs and applied to the skin as a cream).

#3: Ophiopogon Root Extract
ophiopogonThis herb is sweet and slightly bitter in flavor, slightly cold in nature and acts on the heart, stomach and lung channels.

Being sweet, cold and moist in nature, it serves for nourishing Yin. It clears heat and promotes the production of body fluids to bring moisture to dry areas.

The herb mainly clears the lungs and stomach. It moisturizes the lungs, nourishes the stomach-yin, dispels heat from the heart and relieves irritation.

It is prescribed for dry cough due to impairment of Yin caused by dryness of the lungs; for thirst due to over consumption of body fluids caused by febrile diseases; for excessive heat due to Yin deficiency, for irritation and restlessness; as well as for other syndromes.

#4: Kudzu Root Extract
kudzuKudzu is a high-climbing, twining, trailing, perennial vine. The huge root, which can grow to the size of a human, is the source of medicinal preparations used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and modern herbal products.

Kudzu root has been known for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine as ge-gen. The first written mention of the plant as a medicine is in the ancient herbal text of Shen Nong (circa A.D. 100). In Traditional Chinese Medicine, Kudzu root is used in prescriptions for the treatment of wei, or “superficial syndrome” (meaning, a disease that manifests just under the surface: it is mild, but with fever), thirst, headache, and stiff neck with pain due to high blood pressure.

It is also recommended for allergies, migraine headaches, and diarrhea. The historical application for alcohol intoxication has become a major focal point of modern research on Kudzu. It is also used in modern Chinese medicine as prevention for angina pectoris.

#5: Chinese Yam Extract
chinese-yamThe Chinese yam (Dioscorea opposita) has long been used as a traditional medicine and food in China to relieve stomach pain and diarrhea.

Now modern science is revealing that yams have even greater health benefits.

Shujun Wang, at Tianjin University, and co-workers have discovered that the starch in yams helps reduce hyperlipidemia — high levels of fatty lipid molecules in the bloodstream — which is a major cause of death throughout the world.

Research found that the rats that were fed yam starch had significantly decreased levels of cholesterol and triglyceride fats in their blood, but those that were fed potato starch showed a change that was not statistically significant. The researchers believe that yam starch is more resistant than potato starch — it escapes digestion in the small intestine and passes through to the large intestine.

This newly discovered role for starch also implies that uncooked yams with intact starch granules (pictured) are better than cooked yams for lowering blood lipids. In future, the researchers hope to uncover the enzyme and gene mechanisms that work to cause this lipid reduction.

IMPORTANT!

Do not expect for your blood sugar level to drop to normal level tomorrow after using Diaberex™. You will not find snake oil salesmen here that will hype up the effects of our product.

Also, don’t think for a second this product will work for you if you do not ingest a healthy diet and participate in exercise.

If you sit on your couch and continue to eat large portions of the wrong foods, this product will do nothing for you, so do not order if that is your case.

On the other hand, if you’re on a healthy diet and do minimal exercise, you’re assured that within 15 – 60 days of using Diaberex™ you will see improvement and your blood sugar level will gradually go back to normal.

If you have any question about Diaberex™, please send us an email and we answer your question within 48 hours. Send me your question