How to Live Better for Longer

Since 2009 I suffered with type 2 diabetes, despite ending up on max medication to no avail.

Two months with Dr Eva, I’ve practically reversed my diabetes and am no longer on medication. Sleep Apnoea gone. Cholesterol back to normal & most importantly two stone lighter on her medically managed diet.

Dr Eva Orsmond examines the template for long life & good health, looking at how the body & brain change with age, & the diseases affecting #olderpeople.

Last night Monday 13 May 2019 9:30pm it was the first episode in RTE1.

The final Episode it will be on Monday 20th May 2019 9.30pm. Tune in RTE1!

Kind regards

Arthur O’Hara
GSRMA Kildare North Branch

2 Responses to How to Live Better for Longer

  1. patrick joseph mc May 14, 2019 at 5:42 pm #

    Well done to Arthur O,Hara on his achievement. It is a complex and individual situation. Quite a number of people have been diet controlled due to the efforts and guidance of Diabetes Ireland in the Public System with a very minimum cost. Type 2 can be reversed by diet unlike Type 1 ,Shift work and stress is a big factor in TYPE 2 . Long fasts portion size and different meal times each day or missed meals in stressful working conditions see the condition appearing at younger and younger age. One is never cured but can become diet controlled.

  2. Arthur O May 20, 2019 at 8:22 pm #

    Thank you Pa Joe,

    Episode 2 is on RTE 1 TV tonight at 9:30pm.

    Coincidentally, received awesome news at Dr Eva’s Clinic this morning – results of recent blood tests.

    HBA1c down from 85 on 29 Jan 2019 to 50, with blood sugar level of 5.6.
    With HBA1c at 48 or below, one can be declared non-diabetic.

    HBA1c is gold standard test to determine diabetic prognosis. The hemoglobin A1c test tells you your average level of blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months.

    I don’t mind sharing this information in the hope it might be of motivational help to others. If I can do it, anyone can. My unceasing enthusiasm and determination arose after I survived a stroke.

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