I went through a rough patch in my life. My mom passed away, and it really hit me hard. I sank into depression for a while, and it ended up seriously affecting my lifestyle.
I stopped working out, and began to use food as a coping mechanism. My weight increased rapidly, and before I knew it my doctor was telling me that I was pre-diabetic. I realized that if I didn't do something quickly, I'd end up in a really bad place.
My first steps to pulling myself out of the hole I'd ended up in were to radically change my diet and exercise routine. I didn't need a doctor to tell me how to eat well or what workouts to do, as I just started doing what I'd done before. But that wasn't enough. I wanted to be sure that I'd be okay, so I started looking for a cure for diabetes.
There was a lot of stuff about how it can only be treated and not cured, but I still came across this book called The Diabetes Loophole. It looked really promising, going by the reviews it was getting, and I decided to give it a try.
I devoured the main book over a weekend, and came away with a new understanding, not only of diabetes, but how to cure it as well. The Diabetes Loophole taught me everything I needed to know. I couldn?t believe my doctor didn?t teach me how to reverse my pre-diabetic status ? it was so easy with this book.
The best thing about it is that it is really straightforward to follow what the author, Reed, teaches. You can implement his strategies in no time at all, just like I did. Not to mention the amazing tidbits I discovered in some of the other shorter books that came along with The Diabetes Loophole. Something called Healing Through Hydration? It was so informative; I didn?t know plain ol? water could do so much for my health! So my routine became one that followed everything taught by these books, coupled with my new healthy lifestyle.
Guess what? After six months, and a ton of weight lost, I went back to my doctor and was given a clean bill of health. It was an amazing turnaround for me. I'm so happy that I managed to do it.
Of course, I couldn't have managed without the help of The Diabetes Loophole. It's an excellent book, and I've been recommending it to everyone in my family ever