World Diabetes Day: NEW AUSTRALIAN PRODUCT NutriKane D FOUND TO ALLEVIATE HYPOGLYCEMIA
Rod Lewis, Founder of NutriKane D has just announced that “people who have been successfully using NutriKane D to control high blood sugar levels have reported that NutriKane D has also helped reduce the severity and number of low blood sugar events (Hypoglycemia) that people living with Type 1 diabetes experience each month”.
Australian made product NutriKane D has already been proven to control blood sugar levels when taken in conjunction with an effective healthy eating regime. This positive effect that NutriKane D is having on people who suffer Hypoglycemia can be considered a medical breakthrough as there is considerable evidence implicating Hypoglycemia as a cause of sudden death in patients living with Type 1 diabetes. This is estimated to account for 5% of deaths in people living with Type 1 diabetes.
Dr Kirsty Reed, a Senior Consultant with BiotechSmarts Consulting said “I trialled NutriKane D twice a day for 3 months to see what effect it would have on a Type 1 diabetic given the impressive improvements in health found for Type 2 diabetics taking NutriKane D. I should also point out that I have excellent long-term control over my blood sugars with HbA1Cs under 7 for decades and so it would be more difficult with me, compared to others, for NutriKane D to have a noticeable effect on my blood sugar control.
I noticed a difference in blood sugars after 2 days and started lowering my insulin. After 3 months I was using nearly 20% less insulin whilst eating the same amount of food plus I lost an additional 2kg in weight that had crept on as I aged (despite eating less and exercising more for a year prior to taking NutriKane D). I generally feel much better but most importantly my blood sugars have been moderated. I am not hitting blood sugars as high or as low and am staying in an optimal range for much longer. My hypo awareness has improved too.”
NutriKane D is available at www.nutrikane.com.au and selected Health food stores.
Dr Kirsty Reed and Rod Lewis are available for interview.