I really like that the Diabetes Protocol program is composed of simple dietary and lifestyle changes that diabetics can to follow in order to see positive results without the need for harsh diet
West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 31, 2014
Diabetes Protocol, an intelligent lifestyle program created specifically for individuals with diabetes, has caught the attention of RequestedReview.com’s Laura O’Connor, prompting an investigative review.
“The background on this product is that Kenneth Pullman, together with a small team of medical researchers, developed Diabetes Protocol in an effort to put an end to the need for insulin shots, oral medications, and restrictive diets,” reports O’Connor. “Pullman spent many years studying the disease and searching for a cure after watching his diabetic father deal with his amputated foot, and later being diagnosed himself at the early age of 13. Diabetes Protocol is a program that aims to reverse the effects of diabetes and not just manage it.”
Diabetes patients are typically required to take injections or medication to restrain their blood sugar levels, but this is simply managing the disease argues Pullman. Most existing diabetes programs and medication focus on the presence of high glucose levels and insulin. Pullman's Diabetes Protocol, however, focuses on the fact that high blood sugar levels exist in the first place and provides a step-by-step program to lower them.
Pullman's program was inspired by a study (Grant RW, Moore AF, and Florez JC. Genetic architecture of type 2 diabetes: recent progress and clinical implications. Diabetes Care. 2009;32(6):1107-1114) whose findings showed that 80 percent of the body’s sugar production occurs in tissues not affected by insulin. This means that excess glucose in the body is produced in the liver and the kidneys - regardless of a person’s overall health or diet.
Diabetes Protocol addresses the amount of blood sugar or glucose being produced in the majority of the body that is independent of insulin and aims to reduce a person’s blood sugar back to more healthy levels permanently.
"I really like that the Diabetes Protocol program is composed of simple dietary and lifestyle changes that diabetics can to follow in order to see positive results without the need for harsh diets and medications," shares O'Connor.
In conclusion O'Connor likes the program and recommends it, but she does warn people that they will have to make some dietary changes in order for the program to work. She also likes how the program came with a "no questions asked" 60 day money back guarantee. "Diabetics really have nothing to lose and so much to gain by trying Pullmans program," says O'Connor.