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Off Insulin in 3 Months

If anyone needs some hope or inspiration to get off insulin and Metformin here is my story. I was diagnosed type 2 on July 22, this year. Body was completely out of whack with even my eyesight reversing. No energy, no strength, dizzy, nausea, depressed. Sugar levels were at 22. I was put on insulin and Metformin. It took a week and eventually 15 units a day (once at night) to level out my blood sugars. I went to a Naturopath Dr and made it my goal to be off insulin. I was hoping by Xmas. As well he gave me glutathione (read up about this on internet) injections weekly for my weak liver and kidneys. They had been low for ten years I can remember. Started exercising more and followed a Mediterranean diet. I did a lot of online research as well to find out how to help myself naturally. I am pleased to say I have been off insulin AND Metformin for a week now. LESS than 3 months from diagnosis. I cannot even tell you how happy and healthy I feel. Life is good and don’t ever let anyone feel badly for you for being diagnosed. Also all of my recent blood work looked like a waterfall. From way up to almost straight down. Including my liver and kidneys. NORMAL LEVELS !!!! This morning’s readings were 6.5 before breakfast. 5.7 after breakfast (1 hour) then 5.4 after lunch. So there ya go. Hope this gives hope to someone, even one person.

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Comments

  • Ksviolin
    2 years ago

    Congratulations!

  • Meryl Krochmal, RD, CSP, CDE, CNSC moderator
    3 years ago

    Hi Jimy,
    Congratulations on all your success! Thank you for sharing your inspirational story with the type2diabetes.com community. Take care. Meryl Krochmal, RD CDE Community Moderator.

  • Margot moderator
    3 years ago

    Hi Jimy,

    Wow, that sounds like quite a ride. So happy to hear about your success in finding what works best for your body, and that you’re feeling so healthy now! Congratulations! Thanks so much for sharing and being a part of our community.

    Wishing you continued success,
    Margot, Type2Diabetes.com Team Member

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