If your pancreas could talk to you:Too much sugar can lead to Type 2 Diabetes

“Sorry, but I needed to get your attention, so I had to get to you where you’d inevitably notice – looking in the mirror. You look about as cheery as a Russian novel and your mood swings are positively dizzying. You feel a tad queasy and your middle seems to be bloating up overnight. Your energy fluctuates between racing around like a scalded cat and passing out on the sofa, and this is happening more frequently.

“You see, during your healthy jags, when you quit bombarding me with processed sugary junk food, my insulin facilitates the transfer of blood sugar into your body’s cells. In America’s 30+ million type 2 diabetes sufferers, this insulin-assisted transfer is disrupted causing glucose to build up in the blood.

“The large amounts of sugar, alcohol and other carbohydrates you’re eating are overworking me – I’m beat! You don’t have to be a monument to culinary denial, but eat some clean vegetables, dang it! Clean fish and proteins, too.

“Make an effort to steeply reduce the sugars and other carbos, or you could lose me – and you really don’t want that. Besides the insulin shots and pills, the yeast and skin rashes are no fun, not to mention a body that becomes increasing more difficult to propel.

“Start with the Sugar Free formula to help with the sugar cravings and to promote stable blood sugar. Then take a look at the Hypoglycemia, Diabetes and the Pancreas diet in ‘Feeling Very Much Better’. And so you will – feel much better, that is.”

Some Type 2 Diabetes Facts:

  • 10% of the population have diabetes, up 382% from 1988 to 2014.
  • The risk increases with age, with over 1 in 4 affected at age 65 and up.
  • Weight is a factor and 71% of American adults are now overweight or obese. Children who are obese: 2-5 yrs (9.4%), 6-11 yrs (17.4%), 12-19 yrs (20.6%).
  • Diabetes is now the #7 cause of death in the U.S.

That being said… some healthier food choices, regular and sufficient exercise, and supporting herbal supplements can go a long way toward reducing your risks and improving your quality of life.

Be well and stay hearty,

Doc Eve

From So. Calif., call 310-855-1111 / Otherwise, call 541-482-2112

Email:  doctoreve@evesherbs.com                                 EvesHerbs.com

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