How to reverse your type 2 diabetes

How to reverse
type 2 diabetes

Do you have type 2 diabetes, or are you at risk for diabetes? Do you worry about your blood sugar? Then you’ve come to the right place.

The disease diabetes (any type) means that you have too much sugar in your blood. This page will show you how to best check this.

You can normalize your blood sugar naturally as needed – without pills, calorie counting or hunger. Many people have already done so. As a bonus, a normalized blood sugar usually makes you healthier and leaner.

Table of contents:

  1. A disastrous epidemic
  2. Is your blood sugar normal?
  3. Two types of diabetes
  4. Where sugar in the blood comes from
  5. Normalize your blood sugar
  6. Old wisdom
  7. New science
  8. A tale of two meals
  9. Who profits from dangerously high blood sugar?
  10. Become your own evidence
  11. More education


A disastrous epidemic

What’s wrong? Why do more and more people become diabetic?

In the past, before our modern Western diet, diabetes was extremely rare. The disease is now becoming more and more common. Around the world, more and more people are becoming diabetic:

Statistics: WHO and IDF

Statistics: WHO and IDF

The number of people with diabetes is increasing incredibly rapidly and is heading towards 500 million. This is a world epidemic. Will someone in your family be affected next? Your mother, father, cousin, your child? Or you? Is perhaps your blood already too sweet?

Those affected by the most common form of diabetes (type 2) normally never regain their health. Instead, we take for granted that they’ll become a little sicker for every year that goes by. With time they need more and more drugs. Yet, sooner or later complications emerge. Blindness. Dialysis due to faulty kidneys. Dementia. Amputations. Death.

Diabetes epidemic causes inconceivable suffering. Fortunately, there’s something that can be done. We just need to see through the mistake that has led to the explosion of disease – and correct it. This can normalize your blood sugar. Many have already succeeded in doing this.

If you already know that you are diabetic you can skip down to the section Where sugar in your blood comes from.

Otherwise, let’s see if you’re at risk.


Is your blood sugar normal?

Here’s a crash course in diabetes and high blood sugar.



Common symptoms of diabetes:

  • Excessive thirst and an abnormally high urine production. This is because periodically blood sugar is so high (above 15 mmol/l or 270 mg/dl) that it leaks out into the urine pulling fluid from the body, which increases thirst
  • Blurry vision is also common. All the sugar makes the lens in the eye swell and you will become more nearsighted
  • Fatigue
  • With diabetes type 1, you may inexplicably lose weight and your breath may smell of acetone (nail polish remover)

However, please note that with milder forms of diabetes you often don’t notice anything. Still, all that sugar in the blood may gradually damage your body.



Are you diabetic? If you don’t know already, this is simple to test in a few seconds. Either in your doctor’s office or with your own cheap blood glucose meter. Prick your finger and a drop of blood is all that’s needed:

  • A normal blood sugar level is up to 6 mmol/l (108 mg/dl) fasting, or up to 8.7 mmol/l (156 mg/dl) after a meal
  • A marginally elevated blood sugar level may indicate prediabetes
  • Above 7.0 mmol/l (126 mg/dl) fasting, or 12.2 (220) after a meal, indicates that you are diabetic

You may also test your urine with urine test strips: Glucose in the urine usually indicates that you are diabetic.

Test, and you will know.


Two types of diabetes


What causes diabetes? There are two common forms:

Type 2

Type 2 diabetes is by far the most common form (around 90% of all cases) and the one which is increasing the most. It primarily affects overweight people in middle age or later. It’s not uncommon for the affected person to also have a high blood pressure and an abnormal lipid profile. Gestational diabetes is a temporary special case of type 2 diabetes.

In type 2 diabetes the body has an increasingly harder time to handle all the sugar in the blood. Large amounts of the blood sugar-lowering hormone insulin are produced, but it’s still not enough, as insulin sensitivity decreases. At the time of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, diabetics usually have ten times more insulin in their bodies than normal.1 As a side effect, this insulin stores fat and causes weight gain, something that has often been in progress for many years before the disease was diagnosed.

Why do more and more people get type 2 diabetes today? You’ll know why when you are done reading this page. A clue: the disease was once in many languages called sugar disease.

For more on type 2 diabetes, check out the videos or link below.

More on type 2 diabetes

Type 1

Type 1 diabetes (juvenile-onset diabetes) primarily affects children and young adults. People who get type 1 diabetes are often of normal weight. In the months prior to being diagnosed they have usually lost weight inexplicably.

Type 1 diabetes is caused by death of most of the body’s insulin-producing cells (from an unknown cause). Severe deficiency in insulin causes high blood sugar and rapid weight loss.

Treatment primarily consists of administering the insulin you don’t make with insulin injections. In addition, a diet that doesn’t raise blood sugar dramatically facilitates getting a stable and normal blood sugar.

For more an type 1 diabetes, check out our videos or link below.

More on type 1 diabetes

Where sugar in your blood comes from

The problem for diabetics is that the body has difficulty keeping blood sugar levels down. The blood turns too sweet. So where does sugar in the blood come from?

Sugar in the blood comes from the food that we eat. The foods that turn into different types of sugar as soon as they reach the stomach are called carbohydrates. This means sugar (as in soda, fruit juice, candy) and starch (as in bread, pasta, rice and potatoes).



Starch, in for example bread, is broken down to glucose in the stomach. When glucose enters the blood stream it’s called blood sugar.

The more carbohydrates we eat in a meal, the more sugar is absorbed into the blood stream. The more sugar that’s absorbed into the blood stream, the higher the blood sugar will be.

Reversed dietary guidelines

Dietary advice has in recent decades looked similar in all of the Western world. While more and more people have become diabetic, and while the affected have become sicker and sicker, they’ve been advised to eat the very foods that raise blood sugar.

Here’s a good example, the Swedish Plate Model for diabetics:


Which sections of the plate raise blood sugar? Well, those that contain carbohydrates (sugar and starch).

Bread and potatoes consist of starch, milk contains milk sugar and fruit contains plain sugar:


Thus, the food pictured above dramatically raises blood sugar. People with diabetes, who try to eat this way won’t normally become any healthier or thinner. On the contrary, they will usually need more and more medications and will become more and more obese as the years go by.

The advice above is therefore not only illogical, but also works poorly. It completely lacks scientific support according to a Swedish expert investigation. On the contrary, in recent years similar carbohydrate-rich dietary advice has been shown to increase the risk of getting diabetes and worsen blood sugar levels long-term in people who are already diabetic. The advice doesn’t improve diabetics’ health in any other way either.

The only reason to continue to give this bad advice is the lingering fear of natural fat. If you’re going to avoid fat you need to eat more carbohydrates in order to get satiated. But in recent years the old theory about fat being dangerous has been proven incorrect and is today on its way out. Low-fat products are simply unnecessary. So this reason doesn’t hold up either.

Is there an alternative that will produce a better health and weight? Foods that don’t raise blood sugar?

Normalize your blood sugar

What happens if you remove the blood sugar-raising foods? What’s left then?

For example this:

More and more diabetics in Sweden are choosing to eat foods that don’t raise blood sugar. Foods with fewer carbohydrates and a higher proportion of fat, LCHF foods.

They usually notice that starting with the first meal, their blood sugar improves. The need for medications, especially insulin, is dramatically reduced. Substantial weight loss usually follows. Finally, they usually feel a lot better, more alert and improve many health markers.

More and more doctors (I’m far from the only one) advise similarly with great results. More and more people question the old blood sugar-raising carbohydrate-rich advice, even in the media.

Since the Fall of 2011, the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare has recommended a low-carbohydrate diet with diabetes. There’s a big change in the air today and you do not have to wait.

Spectacular stories of health improvements:

Is it your turn now? By all means try: LCHF for beginners

Old wisdom

Do you think that the low-carbohydrate diet for diabetics is a new invention? It’s not. There’s long-time experience of the positive effects.

In the past, before we were afraid of fat and before there were modern drugs to lower blood sugar, the dietary advice was different from today’s. At that time diet was all that was available to help diabetics.

Here are pictures from a cookbook for diabetics from 1917. You can read the entire book for free online. Below is an image of pages 12-13, where there’s a summary on what diabetics should and should not eat.

Let’s start with what diabetics were not to eat a hundred years ago.

Strictly forbidden foods


The title of the page is “Foods Strictly Forbidden”. It starts with sugar and “Farinaceous Foods and Starches”, in other words flours and starches. Examples follow:

  • Bread
  • Cookies
  • Rice
  • Pasta
  • Sweet drinks
  • etc.

These absolutely forbidden foods are now a part of the recommended diabetes-diet according to the Swedish Plate Model. These foods now take up the largest part of the diabetes-plate. This, while we get more and more diabetics, who need more and more drugs and get sicker and sicker. Hardly a coincidence.

Especially valuable foods


Here’s the list of recommended nutrient-dense diabetes foods: Butter, olive oil, cheese, meat, fish, eggs…

This sounds familiar. If we just add generous amounts of vegetables this will be LCHF food. This is the advice I gave my diabetic patients in my work as a family physician.

This is the advice that diabetics received a hundred years ago. Even in Sweden, with the high fat-Petrén diet that included fatty pork cuts, butter and green cabbage. And when diabetics start eating this way today the same thing happens as it did in the past. Their blood sugar levels improve dramatically from day one. This makes sense, as they avoid eating what raises blood sugar.

Most overweight people will then gradually lose a substantial amount of weight and will be able to do well with less medication.

So why don’t more people get the chance?

New science

Today’s carbohydrate-rich dietary advice to diabetics is based on the old fear of naturally fatty foods. There are no quality studies showing that a carbohydrate-rich diet is beneficial.

Hence, when Swedish experts recently examined this they didn’t find any scientific evidence for today’s advice on a low-fat and whole grain-rich diet.

When it comes to stricter low-carbohydrate diets as LCHF there are so far only limited scientific studies. But the studies that have been done, show that LCHF-like advice is better for blood sugar and weight than today’s low-fat advice.

Since then the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare has published the guidelines for healthcare professionals. They have become receptive to several options regarding diets for diabetics and now highly recommend a low-carbohydrate diet as a first choice.

In addition, as early as in 2008, the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare examined and approved advice on LCHF within the health care system. Advice on LCHF is, according to the Swedish Board of Health and Welfare’s review, in accordance with science and proven knowledge. In other words, certified healthcare professionals, who give such advice (for example myself) can feel completely confident.

Even the American Diabetic Association (ADA) is, since 2008, approving advice on a low-carbohydrate diet for diabetics.

Studies on low-carbohydrate diets and diabetes

  1. Low-carbohydrate diet in type 2 diabetes: stable improvement of bodyweight and glycemic control during 44 months follow-up
  2. Short-term effects of severe dietary carbohydrate-restriction advice in Type 2 diabetes–a randomized controlled trial
  3. Long-term effects of a diet loosely restricting carbohydrates on HbA1c levels, BMI and tapering of sulfonylureas in type 2 diabetes: a 2-year follow-up study 
  4. The effect of a low-carbohydrate, ketogenic diet versus a low-glycemic index diet on glycemic control in type 2 diabetes mellitus
  5. Comparative Study of the Effects of a 1-Year Dietary Intervention of a Low-Carbohydrate Diet Versus a Low-Fat Diet on Weight and Glycemic Control in Type 2 Diabetes
  6. Effects of a Mediterranean-Style Diet on the Need for Antihyperglycemic Drug Therapy in Patients With Newly Diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes
  7. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care 2017: Systematic review and meta-analysis of dietary carbohydrate restriction in patients with type 2 diabetes



A tale of two meals

How much is your blood sugar affected by the food you eat? A lot. Here’s an example of how significant the difference can be:


In the picture to the left a real LCHF meal that I had a couple of years ago, and measured my blood sugar. Steak fried in butter, vegetables fried in butter and a homemade béarnaise sauce (melted butter and egg yolk). Lots of fat, an ample amount of protein, but almost no carbohydrates.

In the picture to the right you can see the lunch that I was unbelievably served at the 11th International Congress on Obesity in Stockholm 2010. This is a major international conference for obesity doctors and scientists. The food contains almost exclusively energy from sugar and starches, things that are broken down to simple sugars in the stomach.

Let’s see what impacts the two meals had on my blood sugar:


A blood glucose level between 4-6 mmol/l (≈70-100 mg/dl) is typical while fasting. It can then rise after a meal, depending on how much carbohydrate you eat.

As you can see, nothing happened to my blood sugar when I ate the LCHF meal. Not really surprising. If you don’t eat many carbohydrates, not a lot of glucose will reach the blood stream, and consequently the blood-glucose level will stay where it was.

As a contrast, the lunch at the obesity conference sent my blood-glucose level through the roof, all the way up to 9.9 mmol/l (180 mg/dl), in just an hour. Full report here: Sugar shock! (Google translated from Swedish)

Want to do a similar test yourself? Order a simple blood glucose meter and test strips here.


Who profits from a dangerously high blood sugar?


Within the healthcare system diabetics are still often given advice on blood sugar-raising foods. It is not uncommon to receive nice, colored folders, like the Swedish one above. In this folder it’s stated that foods that raise blood sugar slowly are good for you. Examples of such foods are said to be fruit, rice, pasta, potatoes and bread!

Why is it good for diabetics to eat food that raises blood sugar? Who benefits from this? Who’s giving away all these free folders?

Typically, as in this case, it’s a pharmaceutical company that has printed the folder. They sell drugs that lower blood-glucose levels. And then they give away folders with dietary advice that raises blood sugar and makes diabetics need more drugs.

Pharmaceutical companies are making more money on providing dietary advice that makes diabetics sicker. This is not a conspiracy theory. It’s just simple market economics.

The advice on carbohydrate-rich foods, for example, may make a type 2 diabetic require initiation of treatment with insulin injections. One single year’s insulin-consumption may easily cost $2000 or more. Multiply this number by the 422 million diagnosed diabetics worldwide and you will see the enormous economical interests in this.


Become your own evidence

More and more people no longer trust propaganda from the pharmaceutical industry or poorly updated experts. They’re taking command of their own health. There’s a big change underway that can lead to a healthier future for very many people.

Are you confused and don’t know what to think? That’s OK. There’s a simple way to find out what effect a low-carbohydrate diet will have on you.

Try it. Try it yourself for a few weeks and monitor the effect. Here are some examples of what you can expect:

Take command of your own health and test for yourself:

LCHF for beginners


More education

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This is a 45-minute video of Dr. Andreas Eenfeldt’s presentation from the Low Carb USA conference in 2017, explaining much of the case for low carb for people with type 2 diabetes.

More on type 1 and type 2 diabetes

Do you want to learn more about good treatment of type 1 and type 2 diabetes, including which medications to use if needed? Please see further reading:

How to cure type 2 diabetes

Is it possible to cure type 2 diabetes? Doctor Jay Wortman, M.D., knows more about this than most people. He developed type 2 diabetes himself fourteen years ago, but after a simple dietary change, he’s still completely symptom free, with no medication.

Jay Wortman also did a spectacular study on native Canadians. When they went back to eating traditional foods their Western diseases went away.

Above is a 25-minute interview I did with Dr. Wortman.


Dr. Wortman’s website and blog

My Big Fat Dietary Documentary on YouTube



More from the Diet Doctor

Selected blog posts on diabetes from the last few years:

Do you want to take action?

Do you want more people to find their way here? Do you have a blog? Links to this website makes it more valued by search engines. Please include the word “diabetes” in the text that is being linked. Best would be links directly to

The goal is of course a top ranking in the search for the word “diabetes”. This would lead to many new diabetics finding this page. 

Suggestions for improving this page are most welcome!

If you want, get involved in your local diabetes association and make a difference.

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  1. Waleed
    Insulin role in the body is to kkeepeep both the glucose and fatty acids at low levels in the blood. In non diabetic persons, when there is a flux of glucose, insulin manages to escort glucose molecules into muscle cells, therefore keeping the traffic pretty smooth in arteries. Similarly, when fatty acids are congesting in the blood stream, insulin will serve either in slowing their arrival or inducing their storage to adipose cells. By keeping both nutrients in check, the arteries remain healthy and properly functional in delivering their carriage to final destination. But this unfortunately is not the case when eating habits are disturbed. Let's look at both LCHF and HCLF diets, and compare how they impact the traffic of blood as described above. In the case of LCHF diet, the fatty acids are always present in the blood stream, and the aggregability of red blood cells is incrased making it both worse for the traffic of the blood and the capability to deliver nutrients to their endpoints. It is true that weight loss will be more effective with this diet, but this weight loss will not be accompanied with better and cleaner arteries. Imagine a sewage reservoir with viscous sludge in it, and that we pumped it out forcibly through pipes, the reservoir will lose its sludge, but the pipes will clog more. Now, and we're still talking about non diabetic persons, if one chooses HCLF diet, the high insulin will drive the dietary fat to the visceral storage and still increase the turnover of fatty acids in the blood stream after insulin levels subside when the glucose is removed from the traffic. So, it appears that both diets will eventually lead to the same result. However, the problem seems to be not in the "method" of eating but in the "quantity" of it. Yet , limiting the quantity of food by counting calories is hugely difficult and unnatural. We should be looking for a diet that will both be healthy and benign on the arteries and blood flow, and still be self limiting on caloric consumption. When a lion eats his meal, he could eat over a hundred pounds in one meal. He could not just eat a little bit of his hunting and leave it to rot next day, so that he will hunt a new meal next day. So eating the meat of animals that ate the meat of other animals that ate the meat of animals that finally ate plants that derived energy from the Sun, seems like the easy way to feed up. Isn't that similar to eating "processed" food?!
  2. NickJ
    Could this be a result of your insulin medication? If so, is your MD adjusting your medication in line with your new lchf lifestyle?
  3. Michael
    I am in the same situation as Kaye was. I lost allot of weight last year and over the winter put it back on and my sugars are back up. Actually got a yeast infection there saying from the BS being to high and not controlled. ER doc said go back on Metformin and follow up with dietitian. Your way to young (60) to let things go and you. My Dr took me off the Metformin because of the side effects and put me on Glypizide 5MG which according to the ER Doc and pharmacist is NOTHiNG. Took Metformin last night, this morning and tonight and do NOT have the problems I had before. Any and all suggestions / recommendations appreciated.
  4. Tony Horton
    Hi , just a comment on the diet low carbs , I myself started the the program three weeks ago , I didnt go all the way with the diet I took a food drink for breakfast thats why I am not were I want to be I am very streesed out about my diedetes I didnt lose weight but didnt put any on neither . I sent for the book on diet keto but realize it is to be download lost my money on that couldnt down load of my computor my question is how I can I over come my stress I am still working at 76 so I need some advise on this , they say that low carbs is the way to go and I know it can be done I was a big potatoe eater now I dont eat any so I know it will .cheers
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  6. MinnieY
    Thank you for explaining this issue so well. Please consider creating a brochure similar to the Low Carb for Beginners that we can share with others? Thanks!
  7. Lori
    I adopted my new lifestyle on Dec. 21, 2017 when I came to the realization that I am allergic to most mainstream diabetes medication. Since that date, I have CHANGED my A1C from 9.7 to 5.8 and it continues to drop. THAT'S 3.9 POINTS IN 3 MONTHS! My doctors were in such disbelief we reran my bloodwork! They are starting to be convinced. I go back in 6 weeks to check again. I think they are starting to use me as a guineapig! She wants to follow my labwork from this way of life that I've chosen!
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  8. lynne dean
    I have tried to get a hold of someone for months, I tried the 1 month for free, I canceiied way before 1 month was over I get charged 9.97 every month how do I get out of this??
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  10. Blaire Hobbs
    Amazing great news for me from my Doctor my A1C count was 5.4 so this mean I have reversed my Diabetes, this stops all tests, insulin, needles at once, I have reversed diabetes this great news after seven years of needles and a few years before with pills about 10 years in total. Life is going to change and Keto Lifestyle is have to save, my loving husband has loss 33 lbs now and I am down 55 lbs. thanks for being there for us.i have diabetes for over 10 year and the last 7 years on Insulin.Thanks for being there for us. I had diabetes for over 10 year and the last 7 years on Insulin, one question when the diabetes is reversed it is gone right, will always be in the body?
  11. lucyann
    April 27th, 2018 In July 2015 - I was diagnosed with T2; August - Celiac's Disease; September - Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Tonsillar Cancer stage 3.5. I opted out of mainstream medicine (chemo/radiation) and went Naturopathic with alternative, complimentary medicine and today I am pretty close to remission. But, on the other hand, I have had a serious unsolvable problem with consistent spiking for 2+ years. The MD who first diagnosed the T2, put me on Metformin immedately and two weeks later insulin (and told me not to eat rice, bananas, carrots or anything that grows under the ground.) I have been on every diet under the sun but nothing has worked to bring the numbers down permanently (I even do a 3k jog from Spring to Fall). My Naturopathic oncologist suggested the Ketogenic diet for the cancer but it involved fasting and I was advised against it as I am diabetic!!! The Naturopathic Oncologist removed insulin 4 months later, because it was interferring with cancer treatment. Nothing but total confusion. Now I have found Dr. Fung and bought his 2 books. At last I am gaining a better understanding of the why's and wherefores of this disease. I started practicising 12 and 16 hr. fasts and now do a 24 hr fast 6 days/week, working my way up to 36 and 48 hrs. I have lost 3lbs (now 126) which I cannot afford to lose as it makes me very skinny and I look ill. I have been given clearance by my cancer team because the doctor at the head of my team knows Dr. Fung very well they were in medical school together at UofT, and he firmly believes that to use intermittent fasting will definitely aid in the remission of my cancer and they have adjusted my meds to suit.
    But I have a couple of questions. Since I am a relatively new diabetic how long should it take for my spiking to stop, if I do 24hrs for 3days; 36hrs the next 3 days and normal eating for day 7? I am finding it very hard to eat salads - especially without croutons and commercial dressings. I eat meats and steamed veggies and I am sad that I can never return to 'normal' sandwiches as, these were my 'go to' meals. There are few people out there like me, but I do not enjoy food! I just don't like food (a near fatal car accident destroyed my olfactory nerve, and I don't smell things too well) have so many sentiivities and allergies and just can't be bothered to eat proprely - I am quite happy munching on fruits, pizza, croissants stuffed with cold cuts, BLT and desserts. These things I can taste.
    I have a serious family history of heart disease - but the LCHF especially the HF part goes against all I have ever been taught to protect my heart. How can I be sure that a LCHF diet and intermittent fasting will not cause a horrific heart incident. What to do.
  12. rita
    when you start a keto diet and you are type 2 diabetic taking insuline, should i stop my insulin or keep taking it till i get to 5 instead of 8 like i am most of the time.
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  14. Amaya
    Good morning. My question is: Do I always have to follow a 3:1 ratio? If my daily macronutrients are 61 grams of proteins, 19 g of carbohydrates and 115 of lipids, that ratio isn't viable... Thanks.
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  16. divine morny
    What about eating sweet potatoes?
  17. Margaret
    I have been following the diet for alittle over 2 weeks and my blood sugars have been normal without medication. But now I'm experiencing more lows with out medication than I ever did before with medication. Any advice? Should this be happening?
  18. Rob Stewart
    I have had great success with a plan similar to this, but do want to clarify that you CANNOT reverse Type 2 Diabetes. If you watch what you eat and exercise you can manage your blood sugar long term, but have a piece of cake and up it goes because your body has lost the ability to control it on its own. Type 2 Diabetes does not go away.
  19. Alex Bradmon
     I am a young man of 45 years now and was diagnosed with diabetes last summer. I was having lots of symptom like weak erection, weakness of the body, dry lips and palms, and even restlessness in the legs and shrinking of my general body build ups. My head was itching very much. I was seeking something to help regain my life to be able to do things for myself. Through my primary physician i learnt about a Diabetic disease herbal formula from NATURAL HERBAL GARDENS and their success rate with the treatment, i immediately started on the Diabetes disease herbal protocol, I am glad to report the herbal formula worked effectively and there was no side effects, I had a total decline in symptoms, the weak erection, restlessness and other symptoms stopped, my Diabetes disease is totally REVERSED, Here is a link to the website we ordered from ww w.naturalherbalgardens.c om This Herbal Protocol is Incredible!!
  20. S Sahoo
    Hi Lori - What was your approach ?
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