What can I do to help cure diabetes?

You can do a lot! Most people don’t realize how important their effort can be in helping to cure diabetes. The main reason that so much progress has been made in the last 50 years. There are statistics to prove that diabetes causes much suffering and loss of time.

The results of the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT) and the United Kingdom Prospective Diabetes Study (UKPDS) show that you can live a healthier life with diabetes by keeping blood glucose levels near normal. Modern advances in self-testing by Gluco Meter and treatment make this possible.

2 thoughts on “What can I do to help cure diabetes?”

  1. Why has the JDRF denied funding to Dr. Faustman and her research to cure Type 1 diabetes? Phase 1 has become the burden of proof that the “Faustman Hypothesis” is the frontiers we must explore to cure type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. JDRF – if you’re not part of the solution you are part of the problem! Here’s my call to action: Phase 2 of Dr. Faustman’s human trials are estimated to cost $25 million. If 1 million people watching this video have the wherewithal to donate $25 to Dr. Faustman’s human trials at MGH – the cure for millions is unstoppable! Do you have $25 to make a dream come true? Please donate to Dr. Faustman’s research

  2. You can do a plenty to control diabetes:
    I endorse the advice above. In simple terms if you achieve three things as below, you can almost beat the disease.
    1. Avoid sugar in any form of shape.
    2. Exercise for half an hour daily.
    3. Reduce your waist size. Less than 90 cm if a man and less than 85 cm if a woman.

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