Dr Nyjon Eccles Vitamin D & Supplementation A Type 2 Diabetes Case Study
http://www.bindonhouse.com – One perhaps unrecognised area of looking at diabetes and risk – is the area of vitamin D levels. At first glance it may not be obvious why that’s important but there is lots of published evidence that there is an association between both Type 1 Diabetes -which is the insulin dependent- and Type 2 Diabetes with levels of vitamin D. So in other words if your levels of vitamin D are low then you have more propensities to develop certainly Type 2 Diabetes.
The other thing is that in my own clinical practice I am finding, as I routinely test vitamin D levels, that 70% of clients who see me are actually vitamin D deficient, or below the recommended level of what vitamin D should be in the bloodstream. Vitamin D helps to regulate over 2000 genes and the list of what it does is extending year by year as more research is done on it.
One thing I can tell you, if you are diabetic you cannot afford to have low levels of vitamin D and hence why we include vitamin D testing in the programmes that we offer at Bindon House. It is important to get your vitamin D to an optimum level if you are looking at a complete programme of Type 2 diabetes reversal.
One area that is perhaps unrecognised in terms of management of type 2 diabetes is the area of using food supplementation. I would like to share with you some research that a college of mine performed in the Czech Republic – his name is Dr Michael Kucera. He conducted a Type 2 Diabetes Study on 65 people who were over the age of 65. These people had to have 2 diagnoses. They had to have “Type 2 diabetes” and also “High Blood Pressure”.
They also had to be on one or two medications for both diagnoses. He then put them on a supplement which was a combination of key important cellular nutrients for a period of 14 weeks.
Let me share with you his results of his Type 2 Diabetes Case Study.
After 14 weeks, 12% of the people taking part in the Type 2 Diabetes Case Study where able to discontinue all medications. 15% were able to discontinue 2 medications. 23% were able to discontinue 1 medication. 40% where able to reduce their doses of their medications;
I am not aware of any other Type 2 Diabetes Case Studies that demonstrated in such a short period of time, such profound “Type 2 Diabetes Reversal”;
When you come to Bindon House, part of the overall assessment that you will have and part of the therapeutics that you will have- are to address how we can use key supplementation to enable you to move in the right direction that is away from having diabetes in the quickest possible time.
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