In August 2019, Medical News Today reported “Diabetes overtreatment seriously endangers health”, a study from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. The article stated that more and more people treated for type 2 are having a serious, potentially life threatening complication called hypoglycemia when using blood sugar lowering medications, such as insulin.
Every doctor, when he or she prescribes a medication, hopes the benefits will outweigh the risks. Sometimes it takes years or decades for benefits to be materialized. In such cases, authorities use a surrogate marker to justify the continued use of a medication. In the case of insulin being used to treat Type 2, the surrogate marker is blood sugar level.
This Mayo Clinic study questions this surrogate marker. Watch this video to learn why I agree and support these kind of questions we must be asking.
If you have recently developed Type 2 and before you get a prescription for Insulin, ask your doctor to prove the long-term benefits outweigh the risks compared to lifestyle changes.
If you currently use insulin, watch the results of a simple diet change, avoiding grains and grain-flour products. It will surprise you.
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