“My A1C dropped from 7.7 to 6.9 by eating VedaFoods once per day, every day, for 6 months.”
I was diagnosed as a diabetic in 1999, and for the first time in 16 years my A1C reading (which had kept on increasing) dropped from 7.7 to 7.2 (6.5% decrease) and my fasting blood sugar dropped below 100. **Update: My A1C reading has dropped further, to 6.9 (a 10% decrease), in the first 3 months of 2016!
The reason? I eat VedaFoods once a day and also stopped eating rice. My physician said that “not eating rice did not cause this change”, so VedaFoods must have done it. He was impressed with the results and wants me to continue, which I plan to do.
My daily routine: I sauté different vegetables while boiling water (about 9-10 ounces) and then add one VedaFoods package with a flavor that I prefer for that day into the boiling water along with cooked (sautéed) vegetables and follow the directions on package. (Note: Non-Vegetarians can do the same by adding their choice of meats to the VedaFoods package).
VedaFood’s products taste good as they come in a package, but since I like spicy food, I add red/green chilies or red crushed pepper. All this preparation does not take more than 5-10 minutes. After eating VedaFoods, I am usually full for 5-6 hours and do not crave snacks or other food.
As one diabetic to the other, I know what you face and what you go through every day. I also know that each diabetic is unique. But, I would highly recommend VedaFoods to you. The only thing you may have to lose is your A1C. Thank you Dr. Jay for creating VedaFoods and giving “peace of mind” to diabetics.
~RGS, Atlanta, GA
Note: A long-term study published in the August 2007 edition of the Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice journal reported a 30-percent decrease in HbA1c (average blood glucose level) in type 2 diabetics who consumed a healthy diet including pearl barley that supplied 18 grams of soluble fiber a day.
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