HbA1c is 13.2% and ABG is 332/DL - Suggestions will be welcomed

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Hello All,

Hope you guys are doing good. This is my second subscriptions of a Forum here. Recently I was suffering from balanitis and found I do have HbA1c is 13.2% and ABG is 332/DL . I was never diagnosed with Diabetes before. So places I have heard this is too much and can impact eye and kidney. I am highly against of taking medicine and insulin injection. Any Suggestions how yo go about this? Lifestyle change and Diet can help me to control this? I do have a very stressful work environment and less of sleep, I used to have junk food everyday and had large portion of carbohydrate intake. any suggestions will be welcomed. Stay Safe and Take Care

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    I would encourage you to read a book called, "Diabetes Solution" by Dr. Richard Bernstein. Any A1c over 5.6% is considered pre-diabetes. I am not sure what the doctors have told you but a 13.2 is extremely dangerous. The information in the book above is about how to have normal blood sugars as a diabetic. Unfortunately, you have most likely been pre-diabetic for quite some time. Most likely to get down to a healthy level, you will need insulin, and a low carb/fat lifestyle. I have been diabetic for 37 years. Only in the past 3 years have I learned to have normal blood sugars (A1c). I did not get the information from conventional medicine, but from a doctor who is in fact diabetic himself. "Diabetes Solution" is basically the "bible" for diabetes. Please, I encourage you to invest some time in your health and read it. You can find it on Amazon.

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      Thank You So Much.. Really appreciate your time..Hope you are doing good as well

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