Arlington, TX (PRWEB) August 05, 2015
Diabetes currently affects 1 in 10 Americans or over 25 million people. The disease is the leading cause of amputation, kidney failure, and adult blindness as well as a major cause of heart attack and stroke. According to a 2010 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, the number of people with diabetes may triple by 2050.
The medical professionals at Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas have created a new non-invasive protocol to address the nutritional and underlying metabolic deficiencies that the majority of Type 2 diabetics suffer from. These imbalances can lead to many health problems traditionally treated with invasive prescription drug therapy, such as Type 2 Diabetes, Neuropathy and Heart Disease.
The programs developed by Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas do not specifically treat Type 2 Diabetes, Neuropathy and Heart Disease; however, by restoring proper metabolic function and nutritional balance, they have seen remarkable results with the improvement or elimination of these conditions.
Is there evidence that diabetes can be reversed? Research in the journal Diabetologia, published in 2011, indicates that type II diabetes can be reversed using specific dietary and lifestyle changes, in as little as eight weeks. While this may not be possible for every diabetic, it is bringing new hope to thousands of Americans who seek a more natural approach to their condition.
At Neuropathy and Pain Centers of Texas, patients are taught what to eat and not eat, shown what nutritional supplements to take and what exercises to do. The effective combination of these 3 elements can help diabetes and neuropathy sufferers restore their proper metabolic balance and reduce or eliminate the need for medications.
To learn more about this new, non-invasive, revolutionary approach for diabetes and neuropathy sufferers, call or visit the website below.