Improve diabetes symptoms.
Did you know that in the year 2007 close to 4.6 million people died from complications of diabetes?.
Also, if the disease is not treated promptly, it is estimated there will be a total of 566 million more diabetics in the world by the year 2020. The projections are not encouraging: the World Health Organization estimates that the number of deaths will double by the year 2030.
If you are fighting diabetes, you would know that you could suffer the following complications:
- Heart disease.
- Adrenal or kidney disease.
- Neuropathy and amputation.
Are you willing to help improve your quality of life and to leave behind the fear of suffering the complications associated with diabetes?.
Fortunately, there is an alternative that is more affordable than prescription medicine: Our natural supplements which are produced with proteins, vitamins, minerals, and aminoacids which can help improve symptoms and prevent the complications associated with diabetes safely and without secondary effects.
What is blood sugar or glycemia?. The presence of sugar or glucose in the blood stream is known as glycemia.
What is diabetes?.
It is a medical condition where there are a group of diseases that affect the manner in which glucose is utilized in the blood stream. Therefore, regardless of the type of diabetes that he person presents, the result would be: an increase in glycemia, this is, an increase in the glucose or sugar level in the blood stream.
Excessive thirst (polydipsia).
Frequent urination (polyuria).
Increased hunger (polyphagia).
Presence of ketone bodies in the urine (Ketones are substances that are made when the body breaks down fat for energy, for example, when there is insufficient insulin).
Slightly high blood pressure.
Frequent infections such as gum or skin infections and vaginal infections or cystitis.
Types of Diabetes.
There are four types of diabetes, including pre-diabetes.
- Prediabetes: sugar levels in the blood are higher than normal but not enough to be classified as diabetes. Generally lead to the development of type 2 diabetes.
- Gestational diabetes: occurs during pregnancy where the placenta produces hormones to maintain the pregnancy, and these hormones cause cells to increase insulin resistance. When that happens, the pancreas tries to compensate by producing more insulin, but in some cases, the secretion of insulin is insufficient to overcome this resistance and glucose levels rises.
Chronic: considered irreversible, but treatable.
- Diabetes type 1: it is caused by a failure of the immune system, where cells of the immune system destroy its own insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. It is believed to be caused by a combination of genetic susceptibility and environmental factors. It usually appears during childhood or adolescence, but can occur at any age.
- Diabetes type 2: it is the type of diabetes that occurs when cells become resistant to the action of insulin and the pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin to overcome insulin resistance. In this case, increased glycemia occurs. It usually occurs in adults, but now it has increased its incidence in children and adolescents. It is the most common type of diabetes, and it can be prevented. In some cases, it has been possible to suspend insulin intake, but only under medical supervision. It is related to genetic, environmental factors and overweight.
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Treatment to Control Diabetes.
Experience a 100% natural treatment that can improve symptoms of diabetes safely and without side effects. Help regulate your blood sugar and insulin levels quickly, relieve fatigue and prevent serious complications.
An important part of all types of diabetes is to live a healthy lifestyle, maintaining a healthy weight and have a healthy diet, including the consumption of natural supplements and staying away from a sedentary lifestyle.
Alen & Eveliza Benefits.
They are all-natural products created by Dr. Oscar Vargas Machuca MD and developed for over 30 years with ideal nutrient concentrations in a left-handed molecular position (better absorption) and unprocessed (stay cool).
We have seen the beneficial action experienced by diabetic patients when taking Alen or Eveliza. Some of the most significant changes are:
Better balance in controlling the level of insulin in the blood, thus requiring a lower dose of insulin or oral hypoglycemic drugs.
Increased metabolic balance in favor of anabolism, a benefit that allows a more liberal diet.
Also a sense of wellbeing and better sleep.
It has shown a better insulin absorption, helping to regulate diabetes.
It helps improve insuline receptor activity which is indispensable for insuline uptake. These receptors allow the entrance of glucose into the cell, which enables the cell to produce the energy necessary to sustain life.
Diabetes is a deficiency disease. Classical diet and insulin treatments should be reviewed continuously since prescribing a low calorie diet substantially reduces the amount of nutrients which are of enormous therapeutic value. Such deficiencies can affect negatively the metabolic level for a diabetic patient and accelerate his/her health deterioration.
These products are a harmonizer and a metabolic activator. They help improve Diabetes Mellitus or type II and partly juvenile or type I diabetes. These results has been found persistently and positively.
Taking Alen or Eveliza improves many enzyme systems. More specifically, the production of somatomedin-C in the liver is increased. Because this molecule is converted into a substance similar to insulin, it is considered a complete food for easy absorption and assimilation.
Indications for taking Alen & Eveliza.
Prediabetics and Gestational Diabetes.
ALEN: Take 2 sachets, one in the morning and one in the afternoon or evening, preferably with a glass of water, unsweetened juice. It can be consumed by children over two years old, young individuals and adults under 50 years.
For Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2.
EVELIZA REGULAR: Take 2 sachets, one in the morning and one in the afternoon or evening, preferably with a glass of water, unsweetened juice. It can be consumed by children over two years, young individuals and adults over 50 years.
EVELIZA GLUTEN FREE (Celiac disease): Take 2 sachets, one in the morning and one in the afternoon or evening, preferably with a glass of water, or natural juice without added sugar. It can be consumed by children over two years, young individuals and adults over 50 years.
The difference in take ALEN or take EVELIZA depends not only on age but on the condition of diabetes, because if the condition is severe any diabetic person qualifies to take EVELIZA.
The decision to either take ALEN (lower concentration) or take EVELIZA (higher concentration) depends not only on age but also on the condition of the diabetes. For example, if the condition is severe, then, the diabetic individual qualifies to take Eveliza regardless of age.
It is worth noting that this is only a general guideline. If you have any questions, you can call toll free 1-888-471-9681 in order to get additional advice regarding the appropriate dose based on the individual needs of a person.
Suggested diabetic Eveliza diet.
It is recommended to completely eliminate the following items from the diet:
Sugars and refined carbohydrates.
Starches, potatoes, cassava, rice and tubers.
Fruits: apples, pears, bananas, mangoes, grapes and pineapple.
Only use saccharin as a sweetener.
Eat every three hours.
Make three meals and 2-3 snacks a day minimum.
Food: egg, meat, vegetables and fruits (citrus fruit, papaya, melon and watermelon).
These products can lower blood glucose. Consult a health professional or doctor before taking this product if you are taking medicines for lowering blood glucose (oral hypoglycemic agents and/or insulin). The doctor/physician may need to adjust the dose of medication. Also, if you are taking any medication, it is recommended to consult your doctor before using these products.
Allergy or hypersensitivity to wheat products and seafood
People with kidney problems
It is advised to discontinue use and consult your doctor in case of observing any adverse reaction.