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I need this t-shirt. :)I need this t-shirt. Smiley Happy

 

 

 

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I am fortunate to have excellent doctors. Unfortunately, they rely on drugs which won't cure.  Alternative medicine could and usually help.  There may not be a cure for Diabetes but eating the right foods and taking the right supplements and learning how to take care of the body God gave you can improve your quality of life.  My daughter is a Massage Therapist and has spent most of her life learning about Alternative Medicine and educating me.  Look for a Naturopqthic doctor. Do all you can to support the body you have.

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DaveMcK wrote:

I have had type II diebetes for about 20 years. It is some what a results of poor eating habits which was mostly at business lunches. My A1C test are showing good results. My cholesterol tests have good for years. 

My main issue at this time is my gums. Friday I had to have a wisdom tooth pulled. 

I keep seeing different things about none FDA approved cures but have not seen anything to convince me that they are valid.

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@DaveMcK Yes, we must keep moving. Good words. Smiley Happy

 

I'll be sending prayers upwards regarding your Friday doings. Also your general wellbeing and health. 

 

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I am sorry to hear that. You might look up Oxyfresh. I have been using their toothpaste and mouthrinse for years. They help keep your mouth clean and support healthy gums. Hope it helps. I had periodontal disease and it was a cause of me losing my teeth but I kept them for many more years than I would have. . I had to go through a routine every day to clean my teeth plus go to a periodontist to have them cleaned every 3 month.
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I have had type II diebetes for about 20 years. It is some what a results of poor eating habits which was mostly at business lunches. My A1C tests are showing good results. My cholesterol tests have good for years. 

My main issue at this time is my gums. Friday I had to have a wisdom tooth pulled. 

I keep seeing different things about none FDA approved cures but have not seen anything to convince me that they are valid.

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This one's for me. I spent much of yesterday dealing with anger because yet another relative has come down with very serious complications from poorly treated, badly managed diabetes. His doctor now surmises that he had diabetes 12 years before he was diagnosed. He now has kidney failure. Other diabetic acquaintances of ours opine that once a person is pre-diabetic, that's all she wrote: you will be diabetic for life. This is not the case. Who is telling people this load of BS? Why are we believing it? >>steam still coming out of ears<<

 

Yeah. Time to go work off some of this angst. Hello mini trampoline!

 

See ya. 

 

 

 

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