Diabetes Type II

When the proper testing is done to find out why the disease has been brought on, we can successfully teach clients to become completely insulin tolerant. Type II Diabetes has horrible effects on your eyes, kidneys, nervous system and heart. It is toxic, robs you of energy, good sleep and comfort. Whether it is a genetic abnormality, infection, inflammatory, etc., we will find the cause and help you eliminate it. There is hope and by calling our office, you will have taken the first step to normalizing your life. We have successfully worked with many people who no longer need their diabetic medication anymore.

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