Kill Diabetes Today: Reverse Type 2 Diabetes
Foreword: If you are prediabetic (A1C between 5.7%-6.4%; fasting blood glucose between 100-125 mg/dL) or have full blown Type 2 diabetes (A1C greater than 6.5%; fasting blood glucose greater than 126 mg/dL) I suggest that you consider the GLVE protocol to reverse this deadly condition which is linked Here. Want to Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?
Welcome to Kill Diabetes Today! My name is Dr. Pete and I am your host. The subject of todays episode is to explain how I used the GLVE (my acronym) protocol to reverse prediabetes. First, some background about myself: I have a Ph. D. in Chemistry from the University of Colorado, in Boulder, Colorado. I
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Disclaimer and Waiver of Liability: 1) This essay describes actual life events and the choices that I made to change a serious medical condition. I am not a medical doctor and if you read this and decide to follow my advice then that is your decision and you bear responsibility for that choice. 2) I
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Greetings esteemed guests, colleagues, parents, and my beloved students. I am honored to speak tonight—an honor bestowed on me by my colleagues. To my colleagues I say thank you for the privilege to speak tonight and I’ll try not to let you down. To the graduating class I say congratulations. You’ve worked really hard and
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