Inspirational Diabetics

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Inspirational DiabeticsClick Image To Visit SiteIf you or one of your loved ones is suffering from diabetes, then this could be the most uplifting message you have ever read.

You see, I’ve recently put together an e-book called “How I Stay Positive & Thrive with Diabetes – amazing sufferers tell their stories”. In it, you’ll discover amazing people with one life threatening thing in common … they all have diabetes.

But here’s the good news. Every one of these remarkable people are thriving in their life with diabetes. They’re living proof that diabetes doesn’t have to be a death sentence; that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

So if you’re feeling afraid, uncertain, and worried about the future, then please relax. You’re not alone. And help is at hand. Read on and discover how others have coped with their diabetes and how they battled through and eventually WON.

But first, let me explain how this book came about … let me take you back to when I first was diagnosed. It was a day that truly changed my life.

Recently I went to my General Practitioner for my regular check up. While I was there I mentioned to her that I had been feeling very tired and lethargic and despite my constant hunger and thirst I kept losing weight. I had been experiencing mood swings headaches, dizziness and tingling in my feet. I supposed these symptoms were nothing, I put it down to stress, getting older and working too hard, but I have an attitude of “better safe than sorry”, so I explained it to her.

Her reaction surprised me. She immediately booked me in to have an FPG (Fasting Plasma Glucose) and OGTT (Oral Glucose Tolerance Test), and when I asked her “why the rush?” she said… Read more…

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