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reversed my diabetes

Discussion in 'Greetings and Introductions' started by chjaqqa, Oct 12, 2017 at 8:26 PM.

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  1. chjaqqa

    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    hi.. i am chjaqqa .. diagnosed as a diabetic june 2015 .. reversed diabetes as at november 2016 .. reversal of diabetes confirmed march 2017 .. made myself a diabetic again .. reversed it in less than 30 days .. diabetes is a fully reversable condition .. i am off all medication for almost a year
     
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    pleinster Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    While I am delighted that you can gain control quite quickly, the line "made myself diabetic again" kind of undermines your statement "diabetes is a fully reversable condition", no ? Look, I have been off meds for over two years now and my numbers are pretty good...you may even call it "reversed"...but I know that unless I am vigilant those numbers will go straight back up again. You haven't explained how you "reversed" it then "reversed" it again...diet/lifestyle ? Anyway, I really do wish you well and hope your levels stay in the non-diabetic ballpark...I just remain unconvinced by a broad statement that doesn't contain or imply a caviat (ie. that complacency would reverse the reversal). No offence intended...I am glad you are doing so well.
     
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  3. Mike D

    Mike D Type 2 · Expert

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    Pray tell, how could you "reverse" it in less than 30 days?
     
  4. chjaqqa

    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    . i have helped my neighbour to reverse his daibetes in roughly 30 to 40 days .. keep in mind that he was a diabetic for 14 years + .. i am currently busy with a man who is (was) insulin dependant ...(he stopped using /taking insulin after 9 days on my regimen ) today marks his 14th day on my regimen .. (12th day fully - cos he cheated on the 1st weekend .. by his own admission ) .. awaiting his after luch readings today the 13th october 2017 .. his 1st friday reading 2 hours post meal .. was 16mmol/l .. his 2nd friday reading 2 hours post meal was 12mmol/l .. a drop of 4 points .. i anxiously await todays post lunch readings .. i will keep u posted
     
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  6. Mike D

    Mike D Type 2 · Expert

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    A full blood test (an HbA1c) is the ONLY way to determine if your sugars are up or down and are conducted once every three months. In other words, individual readings from test strips are ONLY an indicator of your level for a particular meal so your logic is seriously flawed. In fact, totally wrong.

    Anyone can drop their bloods based on meal choice, water intake, stress, exercise (and other factors) but that has nothing to do with the 3 month average across 90 odd days of all activity
     
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    If, by 'insulin-dependent', you mean someone with type 1 diabetes, it would be irresponsible, immoral and possibly illegal to encourage them not to take insulin as their life depends on it. If you mean someone who has type 2 diabetes who uses insulin for better control then we would not normally describe them as 'insulin-dependent'.
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    he has type 2 diabetes .. he has of his own accord decided to stop taking/using insulin .. he feels that his blood glucose readings have dropped significantly since he began my regimen .. i dont encourage anyone .. and will not encourage anyone to stop taking prescribed meds .. i am not a doctor ..
     
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    Good to hear it - it was just worrying because you said 'insulin-dependent' rather than 'type 2 on insulin'. Thanks for clearing that up.
     
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  10. chjaqqa

    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    i made myself a diabetic again .. only to prove to myself .. that diabetes is totally reversable .. and also to tweak my regimen ... which i have done .. very succesffully .. thanks .. wish u well too
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    as i am not a doctor .. or not fully versed in all the technical medical terms pertaining to diabetes and diabetics ... its a learning curve for me .. thanks for your patience and understanding ..

    i was contacted by another diabetic on insulin .. and a newly diagnosed diabetic .. both have asked me to assist them in reversing their diabetes .. i will keep u all posted
     
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    Pinkorchid Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    You still do not explain how you do it there no point in joining a diabetes forum saying you can help people reverse their diabetes if you do not tell us how you do it so it makes us very sceptical that you actually can
     
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    Mr_Pot Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    Reminds me of the joke about smoking. "It's easy to give up, I should know I have done it lots of times!"
     
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    Can I just say I think you have done brilliantly @chjaqqa and helping others to is fantastic.
    I am quite jealous that you have found a way of doing this in as little as 30 days and would like to ask for your help in helping me. I would be a willing trial patient for you too. You can PM me or post here as I would love to know how you achieve such great results. Well done.
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    the ''how to '' will come soon .. still figuring out all the all details as to how the '' regimen'' can be rolled out.
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    at this moment in time .. i am only stating what I think is obvious .. but many have not seen or figured out .. i have .. and also .. i am busy helping diabetics in my community .. will keep everyone posted as to the results ,,
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    agrred .. please read my updated blog .. I use daily fasting readings solely as an ''indicator'' as to where the diabeitics glucose levels are .. I feel I have the ability and or the capability to determine when ''diabetes'' has been reversed solely by using daily fasting readings .. but obviously I will use the HBA1C test as confirmation of my determination .
     
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    Rachox Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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    If you have reversed your Diabetes twice (!) then surely you know what to do (your “regime”), so why not share it now?! o_O
     
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    chjaqqa Type 2 · Active Member

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    do it for money .. or do it for god .. still fighting with my conscience
     
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    Chook Type 2 · Well-Known Member

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