By Dr. Candice Hall, DC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes, which equals 34 million people. Up to 95 percent of those cases are type 2 diabetes. While type 1 diabetes is caused by the body’s inability to produce insulin properly, type 2 diabetes is caused by the body’s inability to use insulin properly.1
Like many things in life, insulin isn’t noticed until it goes missing. When the body cannot make enough insulin or use what it has, blood sugar rises and quality of life plummets. Even while the rate of new cases of diabetes declines, the number of diagnosed adults continues to rise. And so, many go on struggling, feeling resigned to a life of low energy, high medical costs, and uncertain futures.
But there is hope. Despite your feelings, type 2 diabetes is not a life sentence; it can be treated and even reversed, allowing you to get off of meds and take control of your life.
Here are just three of many stories we could share of the patients who’ve found freedom through Next Advanced Medicine—and whose success we can replicate for you.
Lowered his A1C from 8.4 to 5.4
Lost 55 pounds
Click here to watch Dominick’s testimonial
When Dominick was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, his blood sugar was so high that he couldn’t return to work. For over a month, he dipped into his vacation pay. But funds and time were both running out. He had already lost two brothers to diabetes, and with a third facing the same diagnosis, he knew the outlook was grim. So when he happened to see a Next Advanced Medicine commercial while out shopping for a Christmas gift, he was ready for a change.
In a very short time, Dominick’s life flipped entirely. His A1C dropped from 8.4 to 5.4—reversing his diabetes diagnosis—and he lost 55 pounds. He went from living entirely on drive-thru and take-out food to preparing his own meals and sharing recipes with his daughter—who couldn’t be happier with her dad’s transformation.
“It’s a whole new life. I have so much energy,” he says. “Honestly, I’m 48 years old. I feel like I’m 25. I’m up at 5 in the morning going for walks, and I have so much energy now, I can’t believe it. I feel like I’m high on life for this program.”
Lowered his A1C from 9.4 to 5.6
Lost 40 pounds
Click here to watch Raul’s testimonial
When Raul was diagnosed as a diabetic in 2012, a part of him just accepted that the condition would take his life. After all, his father had died of diabetes only four days before turning 69. But when Raul actually came face to face with his mortality, a different switch was flipped.
“One day while driving to work, I sneezed and had a vertigo attack,” he says. “The world starting spinning. I had a semi-truck on each side of me, so I became terrified, and decided I had to do something.” And that something was turning to Next Advanced Medicine for help.
“Our mission is to help every individual achieve their goals by getting to the root of their affliction and developing a personalized course of action.”
—Dr. Candice Hall, DC
Raul had a rough road ahead of him. For too long, his daily routine had consisted of sitting at work, sitting in the car, and sitting at home. On the day of his brush with death, his blood sugar tested at 303. When he started the program, his A1C was 9.4, he weighed 285 pounds, and his cholesterol, triglycerides, and blood pressure were high.
After a thorough examination, the staff at Next Advanced Medicine developed a custom program for Raul that helped him to retake control of his future. By meticulously tracking everything he ate and exercising four times a week, Raul reversed his diabetes in just five months. Upon graduating, his A1C tested at 5.6, he had lost over 40 pounds, and his triglycerides, cholesterol, and blood pressure were all normal.
“I have more energy than I know what to do with. I’m building shelves and cabinets, and whatever else needs to be done around the house now,” he says. “I have to find something to do when I get home from work because I have so much energy, which I’m sure my wife appreciates—she won’t leave me alone.”
Lowered his A1C from 8.1 to 5.5
Lost 70 pounds
Click here to watch Dwayne’s testimonial
Dwayne first heard about Next Advanced Medicine when KFI radio’s Justin Worsham shared his father’s recovery story on the air. By then, Dwayne had been prediabetic for 10 years, with an A1C as high as 8.1. Hearing Justin talk about his father’s success was the final push he needed to take action.
In just six months with Next Advanced Medicine, Dwayne reversed his diabetes, lost 70 pounds, and dropped his A1C to 5.5. “It makes such a big difference,” he says. “I had a bilateral knee replacement five years ago, and I can tell the difference when I go for walks: I walk with more pep in my step, and less pain, and it will probably make my knees last longer.”
“It comes down to education and treating the whole person, not through pharmaceuticals, but through what you intake into your body, and fixing those areas of your body through the use of supplements,” Dwayne says. “It’s because you know what you are supposed to eat, and what you are not supposed to me. That education is the best will power you can have. When you know what foods are causing the problems, it’s easier to give those things up and stay on the path.”
“Now I can enjoy my five grandchildren for a lot longer than I expected to live.”
“At Next Advanced Medicine, we’ve treated hundreds of patients like Dominick, Raul, and Dwayne,” says founder Dr. Candice Hall, DC. “People come to us because they want to regain control of their health and improve their lives. Our mission is to help every individual achieve their goals by getting to the root of their affliction and developing a personalized course of action.”
If you’ve resigned yourself to a short life spent shackled to type 2 diabetes, we’re here to help you break the chains. The expert caregivers at Next Advanced Medicine can develop a customized program that can help you return to health. Freedom is within your reach. Contact us today to begin your journey.
Dr. Candice Hall, DC, treats patients at Next Advanced Medicine in Tustin, California. She specializes in developing life-changing programs for individuals facing diabetes, cognitive decline/early-stage Alzheimer’s, thyroid dysfunction, and autoimmune disorder.
Source 1: www.cdc.gov/diabetes/basics/type2.html