I have type 2 diabetes and have had nerve pain in my foot w


I have type 2 diabetes and have had nerve pain in my foot with intense tingling ans shooting pain for two days now. i can barely sleep or get anything done. I came to this group to learn of any effective solutions for this problem. any helpful information would be greatly appreciated

Dec 28

Diabetes is the end result of a continuing bad diet , the insulin levels get messed up as a result, and this increase the damage that is done on your cardiovascular system, creating insufficient blood flow around your body. Your nerves detect the insufficient blood flow, and start tingling as a signal to the brain to do something about the situation. Normally if you are for instance sitting in a bad position and your leg falls asleep so to speak, the tingling would stimulate you to reposition yourself , blood would flow again, and the tingling would stop.

However in a situation were the cardiovascular system is messed up, you are not going to be able to restore blood flow by simply repositioning yourself.

What you have to do is to start jogging 4 times a week to get the blood flow going again, and you need to help your heart, and change your diet. The best way to do that is described in this book.

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure


This is an awesome book, which gives revolutionary insight into why you got diabetes in the first place, and how you can effectively reverse all kinds of bad effects that it has on your body.

It is basically a anti heart attack book, but you will also learn about diabetes and how you can improve your heart flow.

Now i would recommend getting the book, but you can also watch the video, even if you watch the video i still recommend buying the book.

Grab a cup of coffee or any other of your favorite drink and watch this video about how to prevent and reverse heart disease. Please watch the whole way through it, and tell me what you think.


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