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Control Your Diabetes in 90 Days

 

Type 2 Diabetes Control Treatment
With Healthy Diet, Oral Medication Or Insulin & Exercise

 

You Will Learn

The Hidden Secret in The Hemoglobin A1c Chart!
How to Find Out Your Daily Average Blood Glucose Level!
How to Control Type 2 Diabetes With Diet & Exercise!
How to Control Type 2 Diabetes With Diet, Oral Medication & Exercise!
How to Control Type 2 Diabetes With Diet, Insulin Shots & Exercise!
How to Control Type 1 Diabetes With Diet, Insulin Shots & Exercise!
How to Lower Your Hemoglobin A1c to Perfectly Normal!
How to Slash After-Meal Glucose Spikes & Achieve Normal A1c!

 

 

 

The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes
Addendum to "Permanent Diabetes Control" Book
[ [New Book Released in 2019]

Control Your Diabetes in 90 Days: Why 90 Days?

Most people with diabetes focus their attention on fasting glucose levels in order to control diabetes, rather than on lowering after-meal glucose levels. If your blood glucose level from a finger-stick blood test early in the morning is normal, it doesn't mean your diabetes is controlled. Hemoglobin A1c is a parameter that directly reveals the degree of "diabetes control" during the preceding 90 days. Red blood cells live in the bloodstream 60 to 90 days. Every 90 days, new red blood cells are born. Hemoglobin is a protein molecule that carries and supplies oxygen from the lungs to the trillions of body's cells wherever it is needed. While the blood circulates, depending on how high or how low the blood glucose level is, a certain amount of glucose is attached to the hemoglobin molecules to form glycated hemoglobin. Different people call it with different names: glycated A1c, hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c), or simply A1c. Therefore, by measuring the hemoglobin A1c level in a laboratory from the patient's blood sample, it is possible to know the average blood glucose level and the degree to which it has been controlled over the preceding 90 days. Which obviously means that it takes at least 90 days to see any improvement in the hemoglobin A1c level from a laboratory blood test.

Hemoglobin A1c Chart
There is a correlation between hemoglobin A1c and the average blood glucose level. Medical scientists have developed the following table to show the relationship between hemoglobin A1c and the average blood glucose level:

             
                             Table 1.1  Hemoglobin A1c versus average blood glucose level  in 90 days.  

                 A1c CHART

HbA1c

 Average Blood Glucose Level in 90 Days                        Comment

[ % ]

(mg/dL)

(mmol/L)

 

4.0

60

3.3

It is too low, try to keep it up.

5.0

90

5.0

Perfectly Normal, extremely difficult to achieve.

6.0

120

6.7

Normal, Very Good Control. (Congrats!)

6.2

126

7.0

Normal, Very Good Control.   (Reference Line)

7.0

150

8.3

Good Control, but keep it further down.

8.0

180

10.0

Poor Control, take Action to Lower!

9.0

210

11.7

Very Poor Control, take Action to Lower!

10.0

240

13.3

Very Poor Control, take Action to Lower!

11.0

270

15.0

Very Poor Control, take Action Immediately!

12.0

300

16.7

Very Poor Control, take Action Immediately!

13.0

330

18.3

Dangerous, take Action Immediately!

14.0

360

20.0

Dangerous, take Action Immediately!

         Courtesy of Bayer.com

 

                                        REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), pages 76.
 

From this hemoglobin A1c chart, if you know the value of hemoglobin A1c from a laboratory blood test, you can determine the average blood glucose level in 90 days. Or, if you know the average blood glucose level in 90 days, you can determine the hemogobin A1c level. From the laboratory blood test result of A1c, you would know if your diabetes is well-controlled or poorly controlled.
 

Hemoglobin A1c

Normal Range

(i) Healthy Non-Diabetic People

4.5% - 6.2%

(ii) Diabetic People

< 7% 


 

 Normal Blood Glucose Levels of Healthy Non-Diabetic People
[Courtesy of Joslin Diabetes Center, Adapted from One Touch Meter Manual]

 

Glucose (mmol/L)

Glucose (mg/dL)

 Between 2 am and 4 am

> 3.9

> 70

 Before breakfast (fasting)

3.9 to 5.8

70 to 105

 Before lunch or before dinner

3.9 to 6.1

70 to 110

 1 hour after meals

< 8.9

< 160

 2 hours after meals

< 6.7

< 120

                                             REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), pages 97.

How Is the Blood Glucose Level Expressed for Diabetes?
In USA, Asia, and in most of the other countries around the world, blood glucose level is expressed in mg/dL.
In Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and in some other countries, it is expressed in mmol/L.

The conversion factor is 18.
If you simply multiply the value in mmol/L by 18, you get the value in mg/dL.
If you simply divide the value in mg/dL by 18, you get the value in mmol/L.

For example, the blood glucose level in Canada = 7 mmol/L
The same blood glucose level in USA = (7 mmol/L)(18) = 126 mg/dL

For example, the blood glucose level in USA = 160 mg/dL
The same blood glucose level in Canada or UK = (160 mg/dL)/(18) = 8.9 mmol/L

A diabetic person must be familiar with both units, and should know how to convert the value from one unit to the other.
If a diabetic person travels to other countries, and get the blood test done, he/she should be educated enough
to understand the test results in both units of measurement.


How to Control Type 2 Diabetes /Type 1 Diabetes, and Achieve Normal A1c?

The author of the book "Permanent Diabetes Control" Dr. RK says: Control your diabetes in just 90 days and then live like a normal person for the rest of your life. Eat the kind of food you like the most. No special high-protein diets, meat-only diets or supplements needed. You can enjoy any high-carbohydrate meal (your favorite meal in any restaurant) once or twice a week as long as you know how to slash your after-meal blood glucose spikes quickly to normal with the aid of a rapid-acting insulin and any type of exercise (treadmill, biking or walking). Dr. RK teaches everything you need to know in this short course titled "The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes". If you can learn how to inject insulin in your local diabetes clinic (diabetes education center), or if you already know how to inject insulin, this short course will handhold you and guide you on how to control your diabetes, either type 2 or type 1, in a short period of time, achieve normal hemoglobin A1c, and allow you to live like a normal person for the rest your life. The book is available as dBook and eBook:
 

The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes dBook (HTML File)

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About the Author

 

 

Permanent Diabetes Control

TESTIMONIALS

Dr. Konduru is an intelligent and committed scientist who has learned to manage his diabetes and cardiovascular risk factors. This book represents a comprehensive and readable review that could help many people with diabetes.

Dr. Marshall Dahl
BSc, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Certified Endocrinologist
Faculty of Medicine
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
 

 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

RE: Dr. Rao Konduru’s Publications:
       Reversing Obesity
       Reversing Sleep Apnea
       Reversing Insomnia

        Dr. Rao Konduru, PhD is a patient of mine who has suffered from chronic diabetes for most of his life; He also suffered from uncontrollable obesity, sleep apnea and chronic insomnia for the past 3 to 4 years. He has managed to reverse all of these conditions by taking non-pharmacological and science-based natural measures with great success. He has created 3 how-to user guides/books with regard to how he achieved this, and I recommend these books for anyone suffering from these conditions.

Sincerely,

Dr. Ali Ghahary, MD
Brentwood Medical Clinic
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada

 

 

We all know that food raises blood glucoses, especially those big meals. We also know that exercise may reduce blood glucoses. But Dr. Konduru teaches us how to put one and one together.

This book provides us with a method to accomplish a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Konduru learned it the hard way. After experiencing complications he decided to find the way his body likes to be treated. We, on the other hand, should learn from his experience and start implementing perfect blood glucose controls right now!

Thank you, Dr. Rao Konduru, for providing the diabetic community with such a comprehensive book, on everything related to blood glucose control, including all up-to-date technology. I would recommend this book to every newly diagnosed and veteran diabetic!

Rabbi Hirsch Meisels
Moderator, FriendsWithDiabetes.Org
Spring Valley, New York, USA
 

 

Dr. Rao Konduru, in his book Permanent Diabetes Control, has made an outstanding contribution to the field of diabetes management. This is a book that will inspire its readers, whether diabetic or not, to make changes that will improve the quality of their lives forever. Through his own innovative experiments, Dr. Konduru has succeeded in developing a method of diabetes control that has allowed him, incredibly, to reduce his insulin dose by 60%, to reverse critical heart disease, thus avoiding bypass surgery, and to stabilize his blood glucose levels. In Permanent Diabetes Control, Dr. Konduru has carefully explained this method so that others may benefit from his revolutionary discovery. Join him in controlling your diabetes!

Ms. Ricki Ewings, BA, TT
Professional Freelance Writer and Editor
Member, Editors’ Association of Canada
Hotline Co-Chair, EAC-BC
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

 

 

FOREWORD


The world population was 7.6 billion in 2017, and is
expected to reach 8.6 billion in 2030, 9.8 billion in 2050 and a staggering 11.2 billion in 2100, according to a new United Nations report.

The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reported the following diabetes statistics in 2017:
There are a
pproximately 425 million adults (ranging 20-79 years of age) living with diabetes. By the year 2045 this number will rise to 629 million. Another 352 million people were at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Diabetes caused at least 727 billion dollars (USD) in health expenditure in 2017, about 12% of total spending bill on adults.
 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also reported the following statistics in 2017.
There are 30.3 million people with diabetes in the United States of America (9.4% of the population), including 23.1 million people who are diagnosed and 7.2 million people (23.8%) undiagnosed. About 84.1 million adults (33.9% of the adult U.S. population) have pre-diabetes, including 23.1 million adults aged 65 years or older (the age group with highest rate). The estimated percentage of individuals with type 1 diabetes remains at 5% among those with diabetes, meaning that 95% of the diabetics are living with type 2 diabetes.

 

The Following Are the Reasons Why You Have Uncontrolled Diabetes:
If your hemoglobin A1c result from a laboratory blood test is found to be over 7% or 0.07, your diabetes is said to be uncontrolled. Most diabetics don't know how to control diabetes, and live with elevated A1c level for decades despite trying hard a variety of oral medications, despite the insulin use, and many trips to diabetes specialists.

Even the doctors, endocrinologists and board-certified specialists are not equipped with the appropriate knowledge and training skills to transmit the real concept of controlling diabetes to their patients' minds, except leaving their patients in a dilemma of uncontrolled diabetes.
The doctors don't teach their patients how to understand the hemoglobin A1c chart with clear concept. As a matter of fact, the secret to controlling diabetes lies in understanding the hemoglobin chart. And nobody ever told you about it, and nobody ever taught you that secret!.
Your hemoglobin A1c is not normal because you are not injecting enough insulin at appropriate times except some scheduled doses recommended by your doctor or nurse, and you are not exercising enough. And your doctors have been giving you full freedom to live like the way you want with unhealthy lifestyle.
You are not monitoring enough and not researching enough to understand your elevated after-meal glucose spikes, and you lack fine tuning skills.
You are partying too much and eating too much with your family and friends every now and then.
Your temptation to eat something delicious would lead to loss of control on dietary guidelines, causing you to overeat delicious foods that are made from processed and refined foods.
You have been on oral medications for a long time, and did not think about switching to insulin shots because nobody convinced you that insulin is the best medicine to treat diabetes.
You lack self-efficacy, self-discipline, motivation, and willpower to achieve normal hemoglobin A1c level.
 

UNCONTROLLED DIABETES IS DANGEROUS!

Don't simply rely on oral medications, waste year after year, and live with uncontrolled diabetes.
Living with uncontrolled diabetes, and neglecting your health by inadequately managing your chronic diabetes means you are living with high glucose levels in the bloodstream, and high levels of hemoglobin A1c. At elevated blood glucose levels over a long time, the glucose sticks to the surface of the cells and it is then converted into a poison called “sorbitol”, which damages the body's cells and blood vessels, leading to long-term side effects such as:

High cholesterols (total cholesterol & LDL cholesterol) and high blood pressure,
Heart attack, heart failure, coronary heart disease, stroke,
Hardening of arteries or what is known as atherosclerosis,
Peripheral artery disease (PAD), narrowing of arteries,
Painful neuropathy,
Amputation,
Acute kidney disease, loss of kidney,
Cataracts, retinopathy, blindness and even deafness,
Diseases of the small blood vessels in the eyes, kidneys, legs and nerves,
Burning foot syndrome, numbness and claudication,
Gum disease and bone loss (dental problems),
Bladder and prostate problems,
and many other strange problems.
             
                     REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), pages 11.

If your hemoglobin A1c is more than 7%, your diabetes in uncontrolled, so take action immediately!

When 
the after-meal blood glucose spike is too high after eating and remain elevated for more than two hours, this presents a significant mortality risk factor, and the person should switch to insulin shots, and should learn how to slash after meal spikes.
 

Blood glucose reaches its highest level immediately after the consumption of the evening meal or any major meal. The elevated glucose levels dominate in and largely contribute to establishing the average blood glucose level over 90 days, resulting in poorly controlled diabetes. After-meal glucose levels therefore must be slashed and lowered to normal within 1 or 2 hours after every major meal consumption in order to control and lower the hemoglobin A1c close to its normal value (< 7% or 0.07).
 

Consistent, serious and rigorous efforts towards lowering after-meal glucose levels over a period of 3 to 6 months gradually lowers the hemoglobin A1c level of a diabetic person to its normal value, even if the diabetes was poorly controlled in the past. Thereafter, continued efforts with a reasonable attention to the amount of insulin being injected, healthy lifestyle changes and exercise are necessary to tightly control diabetes for the rest of your life.
 

Dr. RK, the author of the book "Permanent Diabetes Control", having been seriously diabetic and highly insulin-dependent for over 20 years, began to conduct diligent experiments during 2000-2002 to study the combined influence of the rapid-acting insulin (Humalog) dose and after-meal exercise (treadmill, bike or regular walking) on after-meal blood glucose levels, and successfully lowered his hemoglobin A1c to normal. The hemoglobin A1c level dropped from a very high-risk 12% to a stunning 6.2%, 5.5%, 5.3%, 5.0%, etc., and reversed critical heart disease, and several long-term side effects such as obesity, sleep apnea and chronic insomnia. His hemoglobin A1c level has been consistently normal for many years, indicating that Dr. RK achieved permanent diabetes control.
                                                               
Blood Test Results of Dr. RK


Dr. RK has carefully created a special short course titled "The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes" using his 20 years of experience on diabetes to help type 2 diabetics (and also type 1 diabetics) achieve normal A1c level. If you could somehow learn how to inject insulin, and follow the basic concepts outlined in Method 3, and practice it, you could live like a normal person for the rest of your life!

Your biggest decision is your commitment to setting goals and objectives, focusing on a topic such as diabetes control and stay focused until you fully manifest your goal. Read this special course created by Dr. RK consciously. Master the concepts of the subject matter, and take action immediately. By putting your learned concepts into practice, and with diligence, you will become successful. We wish you every success in controlling your diabetes!

 

CLOSING REMARK

If you master the concept of injecting rapid-acting insulin along with exercise, you can go easy on the dietary guidelines, and enjoy a high-carbohydrate meal (your favorite meal in a restaurant) once or twice a week. Some diabetic people with expert knowledge go easy on the dietary guidelines and still manage to control diabetes with insulin shots, keep their A1c perfectly normal, and live like a normal person (these people with expert knowledge know how to inject the right amount of rapid-acting insulin, by trial and error and exercise, and lower after-meal blood glucose spike quickly to normal, and know how to achieve normal A1c). With experience, over time, it becomes very easy to control diabetes with insulin! You cannot do that with oral medications. If you are type 2 diabetic, and currently on pills, and living with uncontrolled diabetes, you need to evaluate your situation. It is strongly recommended to switch to insulin shots. An insulin-dependent type 2 diabetic can control his/her diabetes easily and achieve the perfect normal A1c level in a short period of time, and can keep it controlled forever!

The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes dBook (HTML File)

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Type 2 Diabetes Control Treatment
Applicable to Type 1 Diabetes Control As Well!
Diabetic Research Findings: Controlling blood glucose levels after eating with 
 healthy diet, the right insulin dose and after-meal exercise
is proved to be the correct way of lowering A1c level to perfectly normal!
Normal hemoglobin A1c level means your diabetes has just been tightly controlled.
If you would keep your A1c level normal for more than a year, and continue live like that
for the rest of your life, your diabetes is said to be permanently controlled.
This fact has been proved with a real-life case study.
This book "Permanent Diabetes Control" book teaches you how to use insulin shots
effectively in order to maintain your hemoglobin A1c level consistently normal.
Even though it is possible to lower A1c level to normal with diet & oral medication,
it is difficult to maintain consistent A1c level with oral mediations.
But it is very easy to achieve consistent A1c level with insulin shots and exercise.

Reference: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Pages 93 to 140.
 

 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY STIMULATES THE INSULIN PRODUCTION FROM PANCREAS
Physical Activity (Any Kind of Exercise) Boosts Insulin Production from Pancreas
The function of the islets of Langerhans is to produce two important hormones called insulin and glucagon (long chains of glucose). Beta cells of pancreas produce insulin and alpha cells of pancreas produce glucagon. The amazing counter-action between beta cells and alpha cells situated in the islets of Langerhans is responsible to maintain normal blood glucose levels. Physical activity has a significant positive effect on insulin sensitivity. Any type of physical activity stimulates beta cells in order to release more insulin, and has the potential to make your body's insulin work better by flowing smoothly throughout the blood vessels.

Diabetes Care (a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal of American Diabetes Association) published the following information: In a randomized study on type 2 diabetes, researchers asked 1,152 Mexican Americans about their physical activity, and took blood samples to analyze their beta cell function of pancreases, and levels of glucose and insulin. They found that people who said they exercised had better beta cell function, independent of weight, diet, and body fat. The researchers concluded that the physical activity (daily exercise) may boost beta cells function of pancreas, releases more insulin into the bloodstream, thereby lowering blood glucose levels.

 

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ALSO STIMULATES  THE FLOW OF ARTIFICIAL INSULIN INJECTED

Artificial insulin is synthesized in such a way that it works much more effectively and flows a lot more quickly throughout the blood vessels with physical activity. The amount of artificial insulin dosage must be optimized and minimized because:
Too much insulin lowers blood glucose level too fast, causing hypoglycemia (a disorder of low blood glucose levels).
Too much insulin also constricts arteries, leading to heart attack and coronary heart disease.
Too much insulin also stimulates the brain so that a person feels hungry and eats more and causes the liver to manufacture fat in the belly.
Too little insulin on the other hand would not be enough to cover the entire meal and to maintain normal glucose levels.
An optimum insulin dose is therefore crucial. After-meal exercise, either treadmill, biking or walking, should be introduced into the diabetes control plan in order to burn fat, lose calories and optimize both the insulin dose and insulin action. After-meal exercise minimizes the insulin dose and maximizes insulin action and prevents after-meal glucose levels from rising too high, thus keeping diabetes under tight control.
Insulin dose can be cut in half by introducing after-meal exercise.
                                      Reference: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Pages 103.
 

 


A Type 2 Diabetic Is Lowering His After-Meal Blood Glucose Levels
With the Aid of Rapid-Acting Insulin and Exercise (Running On a Treadmill).



A Type 2 Diabetic Is Lowering His After-Meal Blood Glucose Levels
With the Aid of Rapid-Acting Insulin and Exercise (Walking on the Road).

 


A Type 2 Diabetic Is Lowering Her After-Meal Blood Glucose Levels
With the Aid of Oral Medication and Exercise (Walking on the Road).

 


A Type 2 Diabetic Is Lowering Her After-Meal Blood Glucose Levels
With the Aid of Oral Medication and Exercise (Biking in a Gym).

 


A Type 1 Diabetic Is Lowering Her After-Meal Blood Glucose Levels
With the Aid of Rapid-Acting Insulin and Exercise (Cycling on the Road).

Reference: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Pages 79 to 92.

 

 

 

Blood Test Results of Dr. RK

 

         Dr. RK's New Publications

                1. Reversing Obesity (Book)
                    https://ReversingObesity.ca

                2. Reversing Sleep Apnea (Book)
                    https://ReversingSleepApnea.com

                3. Reversing Insomnia (Book)
                    https://ReversingInsomnia.com

                4. Drinking Water Guide (Book)
                    http://www.drinkingwaterguide.com/

 

 

 




 

ARE YOU DIABETIC?
UNDERSTAND HOW GLUCOSE BUILDS UP IN THE BLOODSTREAM!

 

 1. The stomach changes food into glucose immediately after digestion.
 2. Glucose enters the blood stream.
 3. The pancreas makes little or no insulin if you are diabetic.
    
Insulin is essential for aiding glucose transport into the trillions of body's cells.
     Insulin drives glucose molecules through the bloodstream.
 4. Little or no insulin enters the bloodstream if you are diabetic.
 5. Glucose builds up in the bloodstream because of the lack of insulin flow,
     and so you will be diagnosed with diabetes.

 

DIABETES MELLITUS

 

Figure 1.1 Picture of Human Pancreas.
Reference: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Page 3.

 

Pancreas is situated on the left side of the human body underneath the stomach just beneath the liver. Pancreas has two types of hormone-producing cells: (i) alpha cells that produce glucagon, and (ii) beta cells that secrete insulin. Insulin drives glucose molecules towards the body's cells where glucose is used as energy. Glucagon stimulates the liver, muscles and kidney to break down already stored glycogen (long chains of glucose). The two hormones insulin and glucagon act mutually against each other to maintain normal glucose levels. Higher glucose levels stimulate beta cells which in turn secrete more insulin into the bloodstream. Lower glucose levels stimulate alpha cells and produce glucagon which in turn stimulates the liver and muscles to release glucose. The amazing counter-action between alpha cells and beta cells is responsible to maintain normal blood glucose levels. When beta cells of the pancreas are damaged, glucose builds up in the bloodstream due to lack of insulin flow, and as a result the diabetes develops. For some people diabetes is a condition, and for others it is a chronic and possibly fatal disease.

Diabetes Mellitus
means “sweet urine” being siphoned through the urinary system out of the body. Diabetes is a Greek word meaning “to siphon” and Mellitus is a Latin word meaning “honey.” Diabetes, when uncontrolled, is a chronic and fatal disease developed due to the pancreatic deficiency in producing an adequate amount of insulin or due to the body’s inability to properly utilize  insulin. The food consumed is broken down by digestive juices into a simple sugar called glucose which is the main source of energy. The insulin drives glucose via the bloodstream into the body’s cells to be used as energy. When the beta cells of the pancreas are destroyed and produce little or no insulin, the glucose builds up in the bloodstream, leading to diabetes. Also, when the body’s cells become unable to respond to insulin secretion due to a metabolic disorder, diabetes develops. When the glucose level is markedly elevated, the glucose overflows into the urine thus losing the body’s main source of energy.
 

When the person’s glucose levels in the bloodstream are no longer normal, the person is diagnosed with diabetes or the person is said to be diabetic. The good news is that diabetes is not contagious and is fully controllable.
 

The amazing counter-action between β-Cells and α-Cells situated in the islets of Langerhans is responsible to maintain normal blood glucose levels.

                                               β-Cells     ----------     Insulin

                                     Glucagon      ----------     α-Cells


                                           REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), pages 3 to 6.
 

PRODUCTION OF INSULIN

The production of insulin in the beta cells of a non-diabetic person is a two-step process. 25 Beta cells first produce preproinsulin which is cleaved to produce pro-insulin, which is further cleaved to produce equal amounts of insulin and C-peptide. The insulin thus produced in beta cells has a half-life of about four minutes in the bloodstream (Half-life means the time required to decay one-half of the insulin produced).  C-peptide lasts about 30 minutes. 25


The amazing beta cells of the pancreas of a healthy non-diabetic person sense and measure blood glucose level within seconds and secrete the appropriate amount of insulin into the bloodstream in order to maintain normal glucose level all the time.3  A non-diabetic person’s pancreas stores about 200 units of insulin.3 If the pancreas is functioning properly, it should measure blood glucose levels 500 times a day. 26

 

In a diabetic person, due to pancreatic deficiency, the body does not monitor glucose levels as adequately as needed nor does it supply sufficient insulin in the bloodstream to maintain normal glucose levels. Therefore a diabetic person is required to monitor blood glucose level as frequently as possible. It is recommended that a diabetic person should monitor at least 6 to 10 times a day responsibly, and inject the appropriate amount of insulin with an intention to maintain the normal after-meal blood glucose level. Only in this way, can diabetes be self-controlled precisely.



CAUSES OF DIABETES 11

Heredity is the major reason
   (the defects associated with the function of the pancreas are duplicated from parents to children).

Destruction of body’s immune system leads to pancreatic dysfunction.

Viruses could play a role in damaging the pancreas causing diabetes.

Obesity can cause insulin resistance leading to diabetes.

Some medications cause steroid-induced diabetes.

Women who do not get enough to eat during first three months of their pregnancies
   give birth to babies who have short legs and who later develop Type 2 diabetes. 33e

Pregnant women could develop diabetes during the stress of pregnancy and
   then diabetes within 15 years after the pregnancy
.
 

REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), pages 3 to 6.


 

DISCOVERY OF COMMERCIAL INSULIN

DISCOVERY OF ARTIFICIAL OR SYNTHETIC INSULIN

Insulin is a miracle drug. Insulin was first discovered during 1921-22 by two Canadian doctors, Nobel Prize Winners,
Dr. Frederick Banting & his student Dr. Charles Best
at the University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (10b, 30)  They were able to extract and purify insulin from the pancreases of several dogs that have anti-diabetic characteristics. Thereafter they successfully tested the extract on diabetic dogs. They reported that the action of the extracted insulin on diabetic dogs was outstanding. Immediately after that, they treated some diabetic people and brought the glucose levels to normal by injecting appropriate amounts of animal insulin extracted from cows and pigs. The whole medical community marvelled at the miraculous effect of insulin, recognized as one of the most sensational medical breakthroughs ever, in bringing the rather starved and comatose diabetic people back to normal life. 31

 

Insulin is a hormone and therefore a protein that contains 51 amino acids 20, made from the pancreas gland. Insulin was the first hormone ever identified in 1921. 27  The human body uses insulin to drive glucose from digested food. This fuel is used in turn by the cells to make energy. The beta cells of the pancreas produce insulin. Glucagon is another protein hormone produced by alpha cells of the pancreas. Glucagon stimulates the liver, kidneys and muscles to break down stored glucogen and releases glucose. Glucogen is stored in the liver and muscles for future use whenever there is excess glucose from digested food.

 

If the person is non-diabetic, there is always a counter-balance between the actions of insulin and glucagon so that the blood glucose levels remain normal at all times.  When the beta cells of the pancreas of the human body do not function properly, then diabetes develops. Diabetics therefore need artificial insulin.

Humulin-N is the long-acting artificial insulin and Humalog/Novolog is the rapid-acting artificial insulin. A diabetic person, either type 2 or type 1, should learn how to inject both Humulin-N and Humalog in order to lower his/her blood glucose levels to normal. With insulin shots and after-meal exercise, your diabetes control would be more rewarding than ever!
 

REFERENCE: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Page 13.
 


Humulin-N Vial and Pen


Humalog Vial and Pen

INSULIN IS THE BEST MEDICINE TO CONTROL DIABETES PERMANENTLY!

Courtesy of Eli Lilly (Insulin Manufacturing Company)!


WHO CAN USE ORAL MEDICATIONS & WHO CAN USE INSULIN SHOTS?
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reported in 2017 that there are approximately 425 million adults worldwide (ranging 20-79 years of age) living with diabetes. About 5 to 10% of these people suffer from type 1 diabetes, and the remaining 90 to 95% suffer from to type 2 diabetes.

Type 1 Diabetes: Type 1 diabetes mellitus or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus or adult diabetes, also called juvenile diabetes, is developed when the pancreas produces little or no insulin because the beta cells of the pancreas may have been totally damaged or destroyed. Type 1 diabetes is developed mostly in infants, children and young adults under the age 30 years. Insulin shots are certainly required to treat type 1 diabetes. As explained above, in order to optimize the insulin dose and insulin action, type 1 diabetics also need to exercise after every major meal consumption in order to slash the after-meal spikes and to tightly control diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes:
Nearly 40% of the adults in USA alone suffer from pre-diabetes or borderline diabetes, and at least some of them would soon be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. The people with type 2 diabetes around the world can be categorized into 3 groups based on the severity of the disease: mild, moderate and severe.

For those people with pre-diabetes or borderline diabetes, or mild type 2 diabetes, diabetes can be controlled without any oral medication or insulin, but with healthy lifestyle (dietary changes) and regular exercise or physical activity. However high self-discipline is required to maintain healthy lifestyle.

For some people with moderate type 2 diabetes, diabetes can be controlled with healthy lifestyle (dietary changes), and oral medication (s) along with regular exercise or physical activity. However high self-discipline is required to maintain healthy lifestyle.

For those people with severe type 2 diabetes, and for some people with moderate type 2 diabetes, oral medications do not work effectively, and it would be difficult to achieve normal hemoglobin A1c. And so this group of diabetic people are advised to switch to insulin shots (both long-acting insulin and rapid-acting) along with after-meal exercise. Those diabetics who use insulin shots need after-meal exercise because insulin dose needs to be optimized. Injecting too much insulin without exercise has adverse side effects, and therefore insulin dose should be cut in half by incorporating an appropriate after-meal exercise plan. 

Some diabetic people with expert knowledge go easy on the dietary guidelines and still manage to control diabetes with insulin shots, keep their A1c perfectly normal, and live like a normal person. These people with expert knowledge know how to inject the right amount of rapid-acting insulin, by trial and error procedure and exercise, and lower after-meal blood glucose spike quickly to normal, and know how to achieve normal A1c.

Insulin is the best medicine to treat diabetes
, and insulin shots always work for any kind of diabetes (either type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes). That is why, many doctors recommend their patients to switch to insulin shots.
 

                                    Reference: Permanent Diabetes Control (Book), Pages 7 to 8.

 


 

              Dr. RK's New Publications

1a. The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes dBook (HTML File)

1b. The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes eBook (PDF File)

 

                2. Reversing Obesity (Book)
                    https://ReversingObesity.ca

                3. Reversing Sleep Apnea (Book)
                    https://ReversingSleepApnea.com

                4. Reversing Insomnia (Book)
                    https://ReversingInsomnia.com

                5. Drinking Water Guide (Book)
                    http://www.drinkingwaterguide.com/

 

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DISCLAIMER

The author of the books titled "Permanent Diabetes Control" and "The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes" assumes no liability or responsibility including, without limitation, incidental and consequential damages, personal injury or wrongful death resulting from the use of any treatment method presented in this book. More specifically, any damage caused due to inexperience or misuse while finger-sticking, self-blood testing, calculating and injecting insulin doses, and particularly while running on a treadmill with rapid-acting insulin injected, which is the sole responsibility of the individual using the treatment.
 

These two books report the case study of one individual and his research experience on controlling diabetes. The author of these books Dr. RK has accomplished permanent diabetes control (His hemoglobin A1c has been consistently normal over a period of many years) with expert knowledge and command on the subject matter "diabetes control".                    

                                                    Blood Test Results of Dr. RK

The reader should take a training course in a local diabetes clinic (diabetes education center) on the insulin-dependant diabetes, and should learn all the aspects on how to inject rapid-acting insulin (such as Humalog), and how to exercise by running on a treadmill, biking, or regular walking in order to lower after-meal blood glucose level to perfectly normal. A thorough understanding of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus and diabetes care is essential to begin with. Without acquiring pertinent training and knowledge to use the treatment procedures illustrated in these books, it is warned not to act alone without supervision.
The examples in these books mimic reality but were created for illustrative purposes. All contents of these books are for the educational purposes only and do not in any way represent the professional medical advice.  
 


 

 
 


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"Permanent Diabetes Control" Book Is Registered Under ISBN # 0-9731120-0-X
"The Secret to Controlling Type 2 Diabetes" Book Is Registered Under ISBN # 978-0-9731120-5-4
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