Diabetes (T1) is an auto-immune disease, but did you know that according to new research Diabetes (T2) is considered an auto-immune disease as well? Auto-immune illness points to a weak immune system that needs to be conditioned to run at full throttle. What are the things you are doing that hurt your immune system?
Your diet can really hinder Diabetes as well as household chemicals, and daily substances we come in contact with. Practitioner Emily Isaacson's research on auto-immune disorder is new and exciting in the field. She presented a paper outlining her discovery at Bastyr University in 1999. She has discovered a new element to healing auto-immune disease using bitter sugars. There are eight essential sugars, most of which are bitter. She will bring you up to date. Her research includes both medical studies, articles written by other scientists in this exciting field, and even a supplement company founded to supplement these elements for rebuilding your immune system and reducing your need for insulin.
Visit Practitioner Emily Isaacson today to get your list of what bitter sugars you need to be eating every day to rebuild your immune system, and get on her high quality supplement not sold in health food stores. In addition, learn about ketogenic diets and modified keto diets than can help reduce your insulin needs and keep your blood sugar in check. Our ketone testing platform called Keto-Mojo is being launched in Canada this year and you will want to get your supply kit and jump on board. Practitioner Emily Isaacson will get your daily test results online at her office, and be able to monitor you more closely than your doctor. Learn more here. She is highly educated in daily things you can do to make your Diabetes more manageable.
Practitioner Emily Isaacson has studied with some of the most advanced naturopathic doctors of her time, trained at some of the top schools, and knows the ins and outs of auto-immune illness. She can determine if you need to be referred for other forms of treatment, such as naturopathic allergy and sensitivity testing. She is an authoritative bottom line as to whether you should try to eat the necessary foods on your own, follow a food plan, or opt for a supplement each day. She has studied the theory behind other models and supplemental practices and whether they will work for you. She also knows when and how to refer you to get formal testing or diagnostics.
Practitioner Emily Isaacson will let you know some of the pitfalls, what you can expect, and how to add bitter sugars to your diet. This is especially important for Diabetics, or people on her ketogenic plan. See a video on all the conditions a ketogenic diet can benefit here. Demonizing carbohydrates is not the answer. Don't just go by what you read in magazines and books, consult with a health professional to give you expert advice on your personal situation, and a deeper view of what's going on. This process is especially valuable if you suffer from Auto-immune Illness including T1 or T2 Diabetes.
Make an appointment to discuss your T1 or T2 Diabetes today!