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If you have been told that you are prediabetic, type 2 or you can only manage your blood sugar with medications - WATCH THIS VIDEO
Dr. Beverly Yates ND is an internationally acclaimed diabetes expert who uses the Yates Protocol to help people get control over their blood sugar, reclaim their energy, and enjoy life again. Many people feel hopeless in their struggles to control their blood sugar. In fact, when people who have type 2 diabetes do seek help, all too often they are shamed and blamed by the doctors and health professionals they consult, who make assumptions about them without first seeking to understand what’s behind the chronically high blood sugar levels that affect many other areas of health. There is no “shaming and blaming” here. It’s been my experience that for most people, there are 2 key lifestyle aspects (other than nutrition and exercise) they don’t know about that make a profound difference in blood sugar control.
The Yates Protocol was developed over the course of her 20-plus-year clinical career, using the Systems Approach from her prior career as an MIT-trained Electrical Engineer. Dr. Yates wanted to help the growing number of new patients who wanted to get control of their blood sugar, naturally.
The Yates Protocol has helped thousands of people around the world to get control of their blood sugar, and I’d like to help you, too. I invite you to take action right now. You can schedule the free, no-obligation consultation call and download the free Blueprint to take your next step to get control of your blood sugar numbers.
When she started, her first concern was CHF. Her heart efficiency numbers were trending downwards, and in the teens when we started working together. Over the course of a year, with continued attention to lifestyle shifts and supplements, her CHF greatly improved. She now enjoys heart efficiency 4 times better than where she started, as measured by the LVEF (Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction), at over 60%. This is a welcome change from where she started at 15% LVEF. Next, she put focus on her blood sugar issues, and made rapid progress, going from 6.6 to 5.5 in 6 months. Her biggest ah-hah was about portion control. Once she committed to plan her food, in advance, and stick to it, everything else felt easier to her.
Initially she had no idea that drinking soda as her primary beverage was a problem for health, especially blood sugar control. There are so many people who are unaware of the damage soda does. Her sweet tooth was out of control. She packed on the pounds, feeling doomed to continue on this path as she couldn’t resist the cravings for sweets and added sugar. With specific guidance, she was able to kick the cravings for sweets to the curb. With that in the rearview mirror, she then worked on her habits that made her feel out of control with her lifestyle choices. Step by step she put the pieces together for her health puzzle in an order that made sense to her, and was overjoyed to see her blood sugar go from 8.0 to 6.2 in 3 months. She continues to work on her lifestyle habits, and now understands she can do what it takes to have healthy blood sugar levels.
Nancy was used to being healthy and able to do what she wanted when she wanted. She had overcome a number of childhood illnesses and now as an adult in her 50’s, found herself struggling with first heart disease, then prediabetes. She knew the combo of diabetes and heart disease was not a good one and she needed to take action. Her mitral valve prolapse was repaired in her young adulthood, and Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) had snuck up on her. In the stress of worrying about her heart, her blood sugar started creeping up too. She had tried a number of RX prescription medications for her heart function but it seemed she just got the unwanted side effects instead of the intended benefits. She was overjoyed to experience her sustained improvement of her LVEF, going from 18% to 55% and then continuing to improve. She no longer has Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) and is so pleased by this.
What a journey! Along the way she had shoulder surgery, lost loved ones, and other things that happened that left her feeling unsure about life and whether she would be healthy again. At first, she was shocked to find out she had type 2 diabetes. It seemed like it had snuck up on her. But when she looked back, she could see that the warning signs were there over the years and no one had really helped her understand what she could do to heal from chronically high blood sugar.
At first Joseph was skeptical that lifestyle changes could help him climb out of the blood sugar danger zone. But once he realized that lifestyle was the way to get out of trouble and become healthy again, he got his homework done. His co-workers were impressed with his dedication, and together, they started a lunchtime walking and workout club. Now that they are working remotely, they meet via a social media app and still do their walks and workouts together. He now enjoys fasting blood sugars in the range of 80 – 90, and his A1C is under 5.6. Now, he has energy for himself, his family and his work.
Jane had no faith in her own ability to lose weight and keep it off for good, so much so that as she lost lots of weight and her extra skin was sagging, she wouldn’t even let herself consider surgery to remove the excess skin that got in the way of her exercising on a consistent basis. Once she learned to trust herself again and have faith that she would continue to stay on track, she had the excess skin removal surgery. To this day she continues to keep the extra weight off, her blood sugar down at a healthy level, her exercise is consistent and life is good!