My name is Neil Thomas. I am 66 years old and have been retired for 6 years. I had a heart attack 3 years ago and every ailment following that event I blamed on my heart condition. So even when I had all the signs of diabetes such as, constantly feeling tired, feeling thirsty, up 5 times a night to use the toilet, I put it all down to heart issues or potentially prostrate problems. After having an echo scan and blood test for prostrate issues, I was give the all clear but I knew there was something not right. As a last resort I asked my surgery to give me a blood test for diabetes and within 2 days I was asked to see my doctor. The doctor said under normal circumstances he would arrange a 2nd blood test but he knew that would have been unnecessary. I was put on Metformin and Alogliptin and I started to see a slow improvement. The cost of using this medication was causing me numerous problems the upset stomach being the main one. My BS was still high when I started taking Curalin but within a week it was down to 6.5 from a high of 28.9. My doctor was so impressed with my BS readings, he agreed to take me of his prescribed medication. Curalin continued to keep my BS down until, I ran out because I was late in ordering my new supply. My BS went back up to 15.4 so I decided to take the prescribed medication again. I didn’t want to go back to my doctor. After the Curalin arrived I made a determined effort to get my BS down to previous levels. I take 1 pill after every small meal. If I have a larger meal or eat something I shouldn’t, I take 2 Curalin and if I drink and eat more than I should, I take 3 Curalin. Walking 5000 steps help and a tomato juice with a spoonful of apple cider vinegar morning and night keeps my BS around the 5.5 to 6.5 mark. I take my readings every day when I get up an the low readings gives me a positive outlook for the forthcoming day.
-- Neil T