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Can I stop my diabetes medication? It may be possible

By HealthAlert  |  Posted: November 24, 2012

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Can I stop my diabetes medication is a

typical question from diabetics who would like to treat the illness

naturally. There has been a tremendous increase in people stopping

diabetic medication due to the latest black box serious warning that

was given to the billion dollar selling drug Actos. Can I stop my

diabetes medication became a popular question because many people

were contracting cancer from the blood sugar medication.

The Deaths from Diabetic medications

increased over 200% in last 5 years

The FDA in the United States has

slapped the makers of the 2 largest diabetic medications in the world

Actos and Avandia with a extreme warning. Let's start with Actos, the

drug was shown to help control blood sugar but it worked very mildly.

Later it was discovered that the drug was doing something very

horrible. The Actos was turning normal cells into cancer cells.

People were getting sudden outburst of spontaneous bladder cancer.

Diabetic drugs are serious stuff. This lead to thousands asking can I

stop my diabetes medication. Researchers from Belgium may have some

answers from the sugar free diet

Sugar free diet failed to stop diabetes

Many have switched to diet soft drinks

and other sugar free products to help control blood sugar. While a

sugar free diet may stop a blood sugar spike there is something that

it cannot do and this is "heal the diabetic". A sugar free diet

has never cured diabetes. Researchers have shown that most diabetes

diet do not reverse diabetes, in fact diabetes continues to get worst

on a sugar free diet. This is because the root cause of the illness

is never addressed and the body never heals. There is some good news

from Doctors in Oslo, they showed that a specialized diabetes diet

did reverse food chemical damage and did reverse type 2 diabetes.

This was reported in Switzerland ,  

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