If you are diabetic, pre-diabetic or feel you may be at risk of becoming diabetic we are here to help you. Diabetes is a terrible disease that can be avoided and or better managed. Diabetes Wellness Community come together to support each other and offer their experiences to help answer questions you might have.
Lysulin was founded with one goal: to help people maintain healthy A1c levels. Here are a few useful resources for information, support and glucose monitoring supplies.
Recently introduced nutritional aid shows fast reductions in A1c for people with Type 2 Diabetes and prediabetes We interviewed Dr. John Burd, who is modestly called ‘The Man Who Outsmarted Glycated Proteins’ about Lysulin — https://lysulin.com/ — a food supplement that recent clinical trials have shown improved glycemic control, reduced progression to diabetes in those […]
Lysulin is a supplier of Lysulin – a nutritional supplement for people with diabetes and pre-diabetes that targets the cause of insulin resistance and diabetes. Lysulin, Inc. is based in San Diego, Califoria Tell us about your background I have been in the medical industry for 30 years. From an education perspective, I have a […]
For one thing, it is just frustrating and difficult to manage diabetes. Also, blood sugar impacts how we feel and can contribute to mood swings. According to the American Diabetes Association, your target range for your blood sugar can vary from person to person. Generally, target ranges are: 80 to 130 milligrams per deciliter (ml/dl) before […]
Diabetes is a prevalent condition which affects over 425 million adults worldwide. Thanks to a better understanding of the disease and recent technology achievements, it’s becoming much easier to manage. Individuals with diabetes are often outfitted with a toolkit of devices to help them monitor their health and make adjustments when necessary. Unlike many conditions […]
Neuropathy of diabetes affects multiple neurological systems of the body, including the one controlling the digestive tract. If the vagus nerves that send impulses to the stomach and small intestine is impaired due to diabetic processes, the movement of food through the digestive tract becomes slower. This condition is called gastroparesis or delayed gastric emptying. […]
The A1C test measures the glucose (blood sugar) in your blood by assessing the amount of what’s called glycated hemoglobin. An A1C level below 5.7 percent is considered normal. An A1C between 5.7 and 6.4 percent signals prediabetes. Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed when the A1C is over 6.5 percent. Diabetes is above 6.5 Prediabetes is […]