Despite the right pharmacotherapy and eating healthy, you realize that your blood sugar remains out of balance. Your doctor shifts to injections. A few more years afterwards, the conditions of your feet are getting worse and the pain is now escalating to your legs. Your doctor decides to amputate them. You are NOT doomed to a life of pill popping, finger pricking, insulin shots, and amputations.
Damage at genetic level
Elevated blood sugar levels can damage many parts of the body. Heart and blood vessel disease can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Sugar is highly inflammatory, that damages DNA, initiating the cancer process.
Damage to your nerves
Having high blood sugar for many years can damage the blood vessels that bring oxygen to some nerves and can also hurt nerve coverings. Nerve problems can cause you nausea, vomiting, constipation and/or diarrhea, urinary and/or sex problems, urinary infections, fast heartbeat, dizziness, vision problems, etc .
Stop your Body’s Alarm
It is important to recognize that your body has been sounding the alarm for years. Don’t wait for the diabetes to reach at diagnostic level.
Regenerate inside healing powers
Your body’s amazing healing powers of regeneration and repair appear if you simply find and remove what doesn’t agree with you, and then provide the missing ingredients you need to thrive. This is the medicine of the future and the process involves two simple principles:
Get rid of the bad stuff – Add the good stuff
The science of it
Our body is just like a car and blood sugar is the fuel in the tank. The right blend of gas means your car is running smooth. The foods you eat are converted into sugar called glucose- it’s the fuel your body burns for energy. Insulin helps move glucose from your blood vessels into every cell, tissue, organ, and bone in your body. If your cells don’t respond properly to insulin – your sugar levels can get out of whack and set off a chain reaction that can lead to problems of:
- Poor memory
- Weight gain
- High cholesterol
- Vision loss
- Clogged arteries
- Poor immune system
- Heart diseases
- Mood swings
- Disturbed sleep
- Low energy
- Poor circulation and much more.
Chlorine is used to bleach wheat flour; it destroys beta cells in the pancreas responsible for making insulin.
Refined sugar is like a time bomb in your body, triggering diabetes and problems with blood sugar, immune system, hypertension, even cancer.
Chronic stress = high insulin, cortisol, and inflammatory compounds, which leads to weight gain, insulin resistance, and ultimately – diabetes.
Turn on genes – There are some pre-disposing genes that get turned on due to poor diet, stress, sedentary lifestyle, and environmental toxins.
You want to reclaim a normal life, regain the energy and vitality you once had, or if you haven’t got full blown type 2 diabetes yet, you want to avoid the ticking time bomb.
Turn back the clock
The good news is that you can turn back the clock and you don’t have to suffer or starve to make that happen. You’ll learn exactly how that’s possible with the ADVNACED GENOMICS PREVNTION PROGRAM. This is a new scientific roadmap called functional medicine that’s grounded in a new scientific field called Genomics that seeks to understand how to find out the root cause of the problems, the answer to your WHY.
In a report published in The New England J. of Medicine, Dr. Walter Willet from the Harvard School of Public Health demonstrated that 91% of all type 2 diabetes could be prevented and reversible.
Advanced Genomics is a preventive healthcare, using 21st century next generation technologies like gene testing, epigenomics to find out the root cause of chronic diseases, information about the diseases that run in your family. Advanced Genomics is using a 360 degree approach to design unique personalized prevention programs that can prevent and reverse these chronic diseases. At Advanced Genomics, you will learn to reverse diabetes as:
- Eat in harmony with your genes
- Trigger your own relaxation response
- Balance your hormones
- Cool down inflammation
- Boost Energy Metabolism