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Dr. Nie Wentao's New Method of Diabetic Nutrition Interventions
Date:7/14/2010

vement, the blood elevation induced by acute reaction will appear less and less. As a result, blood glucose level will often become stable. The course usually exceeds a half-year or more.

A typical case: Hou Zhenying, living at Harbin City, female, old age, had been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes for years, with many diabetic eye complications such as cataract, retinal disease, retinal bleeding and other diabetic eye diseases; nearly blind, having only light perception. Meanwhile, inosine, urea nitrogen, protein in the urine of the patient showed that the patient was with diabetic nephropathy. In May 2009, the patient started to use the nutrition intervention technology from Dr. Nie Wentao. In January 2010, through fundus examination, it proved that the eye diseases of the patient all recovered completely. Through urine tests many times, it confirmed that diabetic nephropathy is also fully recovered.

The combination of nutrition interventions for type 1 diabetes mellitus

Type 1 diabetes usually occurs after the stress and immune response. The most common manifestations are insufficient insulin secretion or even no insulin being produced. Dr. Nie Wentao believes this is because the islet cells do not work rather than an incapacity. Nutritional interventions are still positive on these patients.

June 3, 2008, Pang Liwen, living at Jiujing Town of Nehe City in Heilongjiang Province, having had type 1 diabetes for 10 years, started to accept the treatment of nutritional interventions. When the child was 5 years old, she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and started to use the insulin treatment. She developed retinopathy, lower limb circulatory disturbance, frequent keto
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