Diabetes: Problem & Solution

Diabetes is a major health crisis in the U.S. and is on the rise in many countries across the world. Diabetes was estimated to have affected 25.8 million adults, or 8.3% of the U.S. population in 2012. By 2030, diabetes is projected to affect 46 million adults in the U.S.11

-The average out of pocket medical expenditures for only diabetes are estimated at $13,700 per patient per year.

- 4,110 Americans are diagnosed with diabetes every day.

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The GARM Clinic offers a viable, affordable, and promising cutting edge solution for patients suffering from Type II Diabetes.

I have Type II Diabetes.  Is it possible to reverse or stop this disease process?

For many patients, the answer is “yes”. The treatment process at the GARM Clinic is a multi-discipline approach incorporating individualized diet and lifestyle coaching, a customized supplementation plan, and an IV treatment utilizing isolated stem cells from your adipose (fat) tissue.  The stem cell treatment is complex and is accomplished over a two day period to maximize stem cell counts and to potentially boost specific types of stem cells to increase each patient’s chance for an optimal outcome.

What can I expect by choosing GARM’s treatment plan for Type II Diabetes?

The goal of the elective treatment option offered by GARM Clinic is to restore patients’ quality of life by slowing, stopping, and/or reversing the diabetes disease and, ultimately, reinstating optimal health.

Many patients have reported:

- A reduction or elimination of the need for insulin
- A reduction or elimination of the need for other medications
- Improved blood glucose levels
- Improved Hemoglobin A1c levels
- Decrease in "brain fog"
- A reduction in systemic inflammation
- The perception of improved symptoms of neuropathy
- The perception of increased energy
- Improvement in E.D. symptoms

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