Hartley Handled His Blood Sugar Naturally

by Loresah R
(Pacific Northwest)

I was so impressed when my husband, who is pre-diabetic, on his own initiative went to a local health seminar. Afterwards he started to make fresh greens health smoothies, by adding leafy green veggies to blender drinks in the morning.

As a result, his blood sugar levels improved dramatically.

His doctor had been worried that Hartley would have to go on insulin for his diabetes, but now this is no longer a concern. We are both retired school teachers and are very active in the community, and our new "greens routine" is easy to fit in.

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Sep 15, 2015
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Informative post
by: chris

You have posted a very informative article about adding leafy green veggies to blender drinks, which are useful for keeping blood sugar levels down. Thank you.

Sep 11, 2015
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by: Glenn

Thank you for your articles on controlling blood sugar naturally, because I think medicine is not a proper solution of this problem. We must go with natural ways, thanks, very helpful.

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