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To answer your question. It seems to work fantastically for diabetes management. My daughter, 27, has type 2. Her blood sugar was always 400-500. No insurance so no insulin or meds on a consistent basis. She started on the HL program, shakes & diet and within 1-2 weeks, her sugars are around 200 consistently. Not perfect, but it's a huge change for the better. I am also type 2 diabetic. My #s have run around 250-350 even with 125 units of Levemir a day.
I started a herbalife shake diet, blost 20lbs and am now 7 weeks pregnant. Id suguest you maybe stop trying, look into herbalife protein shakes and work out.
Opt for whole grain over white bread, pasta, rice, etc. Don't drink sodas or put sugar in coffee, tea, etc. Eliminate junk and fast food from your diet. It's a good idea to track your food intake. MedHelp has a great food diary that's easy to us. You might want to check with your doctor to get some simple blood tests to make sure you don't that hypothyroidism, insulin resistance or PCOS, all of which can cause weight gain and/or make losing next to impossible.
Have to test blood before and after breakfast, before lunch, before dinner and after dinner. I have to write a food diary, eat three meals and three snacks. I'm exhausted just thinking about planning out that much food - argh. I don't really cook and I hate planning food. Oh well, this will be good practice for me I guess. I've been insulin resistant for about 3 years now so I don't think it was a big surprise to my OB that I'd have gestational diabetes already......
I have had all metal removed from my mouth (I had 8 mercury silver fillings and 7 with metal crowns) I also had 1 root canal pulled and have 1 to go. I changed my entire diet to vegetables and some chicken. No pop, caffeine, sugar, wheat, pasteurized dairy. I take a few supplements like B Complex 100, calcium magnesium, cod liver oil, primrose oil, Vit A and Vit e and vit c (8000-10000 mg day), MSM, and so on . I do feel much better.
Herbalife Line 3 tablets 3 times a day Rose Guard (previously Rose OX) 1 tablet twice a day Vitamin B complex 1 tablet a day or 2 if you feel tired. Drink enough water. I say enough as every-ones needs are different. Learn to listen to your body. I take my vitamins after food only and never on empty stomach. I have them for a month or two in a row and then have a break for a month or two. My liver too feels a lot better now. I don't have any dull liver pain any more.
Zantrex is a fad-diet pill. An interesting parallel to your Herbal Life diet - - to say the least. However, I have also been on Jenny Craig and I have read that dieting and gallbladder issues have been linked. Noticing the dates of your comments - - I hope everyone is doing better. In a morbid way, I was happy to read that I was not alone and it helped solidify my confidence in finally having the surgery.
GUESS WHAT I WENT AND BOUGHT ME A MEASURING SPOON MABE THAT WILL HELP. BUT I RATHER TAKE MY DIET PILLS I WAS TAKING PHENTERMINE I LOST 20LB BUT THEN I GOT PREGNANT AND I HAVENT BEEN ABLE TO LOOSE THIS WEIGHT. A FRIEND TOLD ME ABOUT NOPALINA THAT WHAT EVER YOU EAT IT DOESNT STAY IN YOU YOU HAVE TO GO TO THE REST ROOM. BUT I DONT LIKE THE IDEA OF BEING IN THE REST ROOM 3 OE5 TIMES ADAY ITS GOOD BUT NOT GOOD.
When I was 26 (1995), I started to notice that my heart would skip a beat and give me a feeling of unreality. After that I went on the Herbalife Diet to lose weight and my heart stopped skipping beats. The problem came back when I was 32 (2001) but disappeared when I started aerobic exercises. Late last year (December 2002), I began a very sedintary job and started to order easy food all the time (pizza, chinese, etc.).
I have read Kevvie's book(s) and I find that the hcG thing - injections - are also to be followed with a Diet, darn! A diet that seems as if there isn't enough cookies. No chips and dips. No ice cream. Could the diet-lower calorie intake- help in assisting the body to burn more fat? If you eat less, will more fat be used? I wonder what would happen if I ran away from the syringe, would this type of activity assist in weight loss as well?
I had blood work done last week, and the results are low potassium, low creatinine, and low T4 (thyroid). I am trying to figure out what's wrong with me. Be proactive ~ don't wait on the doc. Demand that they do labs, etc. Good luck to you on your search for wellness!!
I still cough some in the mornings but it is not the same type of cough. I cough up thick mucus but it is not nearly as deep as before. I understand that it takes about 4-8 weeks for the symptoms to go away. Even if it never got any better than it is now, I would have the surgery again. The key is a great surgeon. He did it laproscoply and a loose wrap. I was in the hopsital overnight and can truly say, no pain. You might ask your gastro doctor to check for this.
But by the time I get home from work my tongue is almost completely orange again. I've also had a sore throat since I noticed it. My diet has not changed nor has any medication that I take. Not sure if I need to go to the doctor or a dentist.
My doctor also gave me a prescription medicine called Atarax, which only makes me drowsy and doesn't help the itchy feeling. Any suggestions? Btw, I've taken blood tests to see if there is anything wrong but everything came out fine.
Holy, I think you should take another blood test for H. Pylori. I just got a positive blood test three days ago, after being negative 6 months ago. Tests are not always accurate, and there are false positives and false negatives. So it's best to do it again, just to make sure. Fecalbodyodor, it is interesting that those people associate their PATM with the treatment of H. pylori. In my case my PATM condition is certainly not caused by treating GERD because I just got a positive test.
Although, when my pain and symptopms first began 5 months ago, I had bno sign of any skin eruptions. But wouldn't a blood test have revealed this type of viral infection? Also, some other questions for those with the Shingles theory: has your pain been primarily surface pain, or does it sometimes feel intestinal or like a pulled abdominal muscle - or sometimes just like pressure inside pushing out? My pain also moves around from day to day and changes in intensity.
I want to pop my ear so badly and when it manages to slightly....then I feel the drainage down the back of my throat. I had all the blood work done...including blood culture for viral, bacterial and fungal (although I understand that it could take to find out about fungal as it takes more time to grow)...I am worried as I don't want to be this way for long....Can anyone shed some light?...I have had two myringotomies in the past...one for fluid removal and one for air pressure buildup....
Thanks for your thoughts - I don't think you understood my posting - I don't need some telling me that I am lazy and that I need to get off my butt and exercise. At the age of 37 I started a diet and exercise routine and lost 110 pounds. I have done marathons and was in training for a 100 mile bike ride/race - so lazy I am not! I didn't start having this issue of tiredness until about a year ago and than it was down hill - I have lost everything because I am to tired to do anything!
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