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Achieve normal blood sugars Dr. Richard K. Bernsteins Diabetes Solution

A Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars

Richard K. Bernstein, M.D.
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Dear Doctor Bernstein,

I am 68 years of age and I was diagnosed as having diabetes type 2 over
two years ago. I attended lectures at the Royal Bournemouth Hospital UK
on diabetes and they advocated a carbohydrate high fibre diet which was
identical to the advice given to me by my own GP. I followed the
exercise routine and stuck to the diet for approximately one year. I
found that I could not rely on this regime of exercise and diet to
maintain a low blood sugar level. I would for some 'unknown' reason,
from time to time, find that after eating a recommended meal that my
blood sugar level would rise and I would have to fast and take exercise
to get my blood sugar level down again - (I was advised by the diabetes
consultant at Bournemouth Hospital that I might want to consider taking
medication to control my blood sugar levels).

After reading many books on diabetes my life changed when I bought a
remarkable publication by Richard K. Bernstein MD entitled "The Diabetes
(The complete guide to achieving normal blood sugar level).
I followed the restricted carbohydrate diet that was advocated and
within a week my blood sugar level was under control and has been
absolutely normal for over a year!

I eat bacon and eggs, steak, fish, plenty of vegetables and salad and
the occasional alcohol (more or less anything I want within reason and
so much better than the previous tasteless and boring diet). I have cut
out most of the starchy foods (potatoes, bread, spaghetti, rice etc.,
but I can enjoy fried fish and chips every so often with no ill effects,
and I do eat a slice or two of low calorie brown bread everyday and
occasionally I have sandwiches from food outlets as I drive up the
motorways. I drink soya milk in my tea and coffee when available but I
have milk and cream in restaurants and even eat quarter pound burgers. I
never ever have sauces on my food because I know that they may contain

I am now living a perfectly healthy life and I have regular checkups
(blood and urine tests) with my GP and I still have completely normal
blood sugar levels and my weight is OK.

I didn't realise until I read Bernstein's book what a devastating effect
carbohydrates were having on me in raising my blood sugar level.

I just thought I would drop you a line in order to give you some
feedback from someone who has been diagnosed as having diabetes type 2
and has overcome this condition by following your brilliant advice.

A happy New Year to you
Best regards
Leon Simmons

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