Complications of Diabetes

For many years, healthcare providers have told diabetics that diabetes is a progressive disease and that there is nothing you can do to keep your diabetes from getting worse and eventually suffering one or more diabetes complications, including:

  • peripheral neuropathy ==> foot ulcers ==> amputations
  • blurry vision ==> retinal damage ==> blindness
  • kidney disease ==> dialysis
  • high blood pressure ==> heart attack and/or stroke

The sad thing is that keeping your blood glucose low with medications and/or insulin does not prevent these complications!

The happy thing is that keeping your blood glucose and insulin at normal levels with a low-carb way of eating will help prevent diabetes complications!

Read our article on Complication of Diabetes for more details, and explore additional references for even more information.

As an aside, you may be interested in joining the 2021 Sugar-free September, especially if you’re new at this reversing diabetes thing or if you’re still struggling with getting rid of ALL sugar. Can you live for 30 days without sugar? If so, you can probably live without sugar for the rest of your life!

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