Episode 21:5 – How To Lower Your Blood Sugar… Without Drugs
On this episode of the Get Healthy Alabama podcast we (Dr. George Burroughs and BetyLou Pierce) discuss four natural ways to lower your blood sugar levels.
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Episode 21:5 - How To Lower Your Blood Sugar Levels… Without Drugs
If there was a simple test that could tell if you were at an increased risk for developing…
Type 2 Diabetes
Would you be interested in taking it?
Of course you would!
Well, that test exists… and it’s an easy “finger prick” test that can be done at home or in your doctor’s office.
It also was the topic of last week’s podcast (Episode 21:4 - The ONE Number Everyone Should Know)
On this week’s episode we show you WHAT to do if your results from that test are too high.
That is, we discuss HOW to lower your A1C number naturally… without the use of drugs.
This information is incredibly timely as over 100 million Americans now have high blood sugar levels.
And, believe it or not, the majority of them don’t even know it!
Furthermore, this epidemic is setting our country up for a health care crisis of unprecedented proportions.
That is, as more and more people develop the diseases listed above, the COST inflicted upon society will be overwhelming.
DON’T allow yourself to be part of the problem.
Take control of your health NOW.
Start by finding out what your A1C number is.
Then listen to this episode to learn HOW to lower your blood sugar levels NATURALLY… without the use of drugs.
It CAN be done.
Let us show you how 🙂
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