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Published on October 17th, 2015 | by Robert Walker

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Latest breakthroughs in Diabetic Nephropathy treatment

robert-walker-smallBy Robert Walker, MD, endocrinologist and board-certified internist.

Hello from Dr Robert “Bob” Walker

These days, a lot of people are asking me how I was even capable of reversing my type 2 diabetes.

First of all, my diet was pretty strict. Dessert was not even more in my dictionary. Sandwiches, hamburger were a no-no all the way, and that was conditioning my daily routine, as I needed to get home every day for lunch. But maybe the thing that I was missing more were coffee drinks.
However, being a doctor I had all the knowledge that I needed to keep diabetes under control.

Still, things weren’t really going for the better. I had to start taking insulin. Even go to work was becoming a problem, as my condition was making my body feel worn out and my mind torpid.
Then, my analysis started to show the signs of Diabetic Nephropathy. My kidneys was starting being affected by diabetes.

What happened next was a shock for everybody.

 

How to tell if your doctor is teaching you his lies? Check this link

p.s. Today, still a lot of patients are misinformed. Luckily, the simple fact that you’re reading this article means you’re heading in the right direction. Never lose hope, the answer to your problems could be closer than you expect.

To your health,

Dr.Bob

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About the Author

Robert Walker, MD, is an endocrinologist and board-certified internist. Medical Degree: The Ohio State University College of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency: Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Jacksonville. His areas of expertise include: Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity, Hormonal Disorders, Thyroid Disorders, Cholesterol Issues, Bone Thinning (Osteoporosis)



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