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Posted by Leggzs72 on 6 years ago How will this juice affect a diabetics blood glucose levels?

This topic contains 5 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by carriebabyrocks 6 years ago.

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  • Vision

    6 years ago
    There were two people in the success stories section who successfully juiced who were diabetics. They answer questions of others who post in their section. Here's one: http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/darrell-no-longer-needs-his-diabetes-meds-reboot-profile/
  • jambo101

    6 years ago
    Keep a sharp eye on your levels as they will fall, At the end of my first day of reboot my blood sugar levels went low,got the sweats and shakes,i'm now backing off a bit on my normal doses of insulin, as an example i've now gone from 120units a day of Levemir to just 100 and instead of 3X40units of Novorapid i've dropped it down to 3X30
  • Leggzs72

    6 years ago
    Thank you Jambo101. Im not on insulin shots or anything yet. They have me on oral meds twice a day. I thought juicing would raise my blood sugar levels because of the fruit?
  • carriebabyrocks

    6 years ago
    Hi Leggz72 - I have diabetes - I'm one of the bad girls in the world, not having been to the Dr. for it, trying to control my blood sugar through diet alone, which wasn't working very well. I would advise anyone with diabetes to check with their doctor and continue being monitored. I just finished reading Dr. Gabriel Cousens "There is a Cure for Diabetes" - that book helped me see what was really going on with my blood sugar. Day 1 of juice only, my fasting blood sugar was 182. By day 4 it was 92, and continues to be in the low 90's. Actually during the day my blood sugar varies between 75-85. I'm not adding any fruit but lemon to my juices. I figure the carrots are enough sugars. Sometimes I juice 1/2 of an apple by itself, or add a few blackberries to sparkling water. I'm so happy to have normal blood sugar - my neuropathy in my feet is 90% gone. You can do it - it's so healthy for you! Juice on Sister!

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