Diabetes Wounds

Heal Diabetic Ulcers With Sugar

…of open wound or burn. (We use sugar at the clinic because it’s less messy.) It will not work on abscesses or pustules that are covered with skin. Also, do not use these dressings on a bleeding wound, as sugar promotes bleeding. (Sugar and honey are perfectly safe to use on diabetic wounds because…

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A Sweet Solution for Treating Diabetes Complications

…with diabetes, came to the Whitaker Wellness Institute a few years ago—against his doctors’ orders. You see, Jerome was in the hospital awaiting amputation of his left leg as a result of a non-healing diabetic ulcer. When a friend told him about me and my alternative treatments for diabetes, Jerome…

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Sugar Dressings for Diabetic Ulcers

…packed on top of and inside of an open wound, it dissolves in the fluid exuding from the wound, creating a highly concentrated medium. Bacteria cannot exist in this environment, and infection is dramatically curbed. This natural treatment for diabetes related wounds also reduces swelling and encourages…

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Diabetes Complication #2: Foot Problems

diabetes complications is problems with the feet. For people with diabetic neuropathy, diminished sensation in the feet can lead to a host of problems, including an underestimation of wound severity. At the same time, impaired circulation makes diabetics more susceptible to infection and retards wound

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Treating Type 2 Diabetes: A Tale of Two Brothers

…different path. Type 2 Diabetes: Similar Symptoms, Different Decisions When I first saw T.K., he was 70 pounds overweight, taking several prescriptions for treating his type 2 diabetes and related complications, and dealing with a severely infected foot. Conventional wound care had been unsuccessful…

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Knock Out a Top Cause of Diabetic Complications

…other) diabetic complications. Let’s examine some of the nutrient losses and their consequences. * Magnesium. Excessive urination washes out magnesium. Low magnesium levels are present in 25 percent of people with diabetes, and even those with levels considered to be “high” for diabetics don’t…

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Chronic Pain Treatment the Pro Athletes Use

…chronic pain treatment, as well as wounds and injuries, with incredible results. Here’s just one recent example. Laverne’s Chronic Pain Treatment When La Mae brought her husband Laverne to Whitaker Wellness, he was in a wheelchair and suffering with diabetes, neuropathy and intense pain. His conventional…

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Tips for Treating Bedsores

…work best if you already have these lesions? A Sweet Solution for Bedsores The best way to heal any open wound, from bedsores to diabetic ulcers, is sugar. When sugar—or honey—is packed in a wound, it creates a highly concentrated medium where bacteria cannot survive. It also reduces swelling, encourages…

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The Many Health Benefits of Garlic

…effective against a variety of bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites. Bandages soaked in diluted garlic juice are reported to have saved many a wounded limb in World Wars I and II. Allicin also has antimicrobrial action when taken orally. Garlic, either fresh or in supplement form, is particularly…

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