How CSN Does It...
The CSN product range is suitable for all types of Diabetes and scientific studies show the reduction in the use of Glucophage and Insulin from the start of the diet. Insulin, as most people are aware, is a hormone made in your pancreas, which lies just behind your stomach. It helps our bodies use glucose for energy. The CSN product range has been known, in some cases, to reverse Diabetes and to this effect, has been successful in the treatment of those with Diabetes. (Note: CSN does not advocate that you stop taking your insulin without strict medical supervision).
Here is an interview that was conducted with a CSN diet study patient, Ferdi Erasmus and Dr Mollentze, a leading professor in Endocrinology at the University of the Free State. Ferdi, a paramedic who was selected by his medical aid to undergo this diet and publish the results, was injected with an electronic device, supplied by Freestyle Libre Pro which enabled Christo Strydom and his team to monitor Ferdi’s sugar levels almost to the second.
Ferdi had been taking 300 units of insulin daily and 2000mg of Glucophage XR when the clinical research began. Four weeks after he started his journey, he is no longer taking either Insulin or Glucophage and says “I have never felt better and I continue to lose weight. I have lost 30kg already and have another 50 to go!".
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What you need to know about the Freestyle Libre Plus
The FreeStyle Libre Pro sensor continually measures and stores data on your sugar levels for up to 14 days. Simply wear the sensor for up to 14 days. Your doctor will download the important data about your sugar levels throughout the day and night. This information will help your doctor better understand your unique needs and personalize your treatment plan.
What you need to do when your doctor prescribes the product
- Wear the sensor on the back of your upper arm for up to 14 days
- Continue regular blood glucose self-testing per your doctor’s recommendation
- Maintain a daily log of your blood glucose readings, diet, exercise, and insulin