High blood sugar became an issue for me when I was prescribed a fairly high dose of a steroid, for an extended period of time, for treatment of an intestinal ailment. The doctor attributed this high number to the steroid treatment alone and his recommendation was to monitor my blood sugar weekly and possibly medication if necessary. At about the same time, and purely by chance, I heard of Kathy’s book and thought it might be helpful in teaching me how to lower my blood sugar myself and and potentially avoid the need for medication, even temporarily, and also get ahead of possible future problems with high blood sugar.
This wonderful little book has really opened my eyes to how much sugar I was consuming and how that along with the steroid, was contributing to my high blood glucose numbers. Kathy’s own story, and her reason for writing the book, is inspiring, her advice so useful, and her suggestions for making the necessary changes to take control of this very important aspect of our health, are very easy to implement.
Today, I am happy to say, that although I am still currently on the steroid, I have been able to reduce my sugar intake just by making the sensible changes in my diet suggested in the book and overall I feel much better.
Everyone who is interested in improving their overall health and well-being will benefit from learning how to live a sugar-free life!! Thank you Kathy! Oh so sweet!!
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