A New Approach to Type 2 Diabetes
By Dr. Brandon Babcock, Integrated Health Center of Utah, Salt Lake City LIVING WELL Magazine
Nearly 24 million Americans have been diagnosed with diabetes, and most of them suffer from Type 2 diabetes. Dr. Brandon Babcock, a doctor of chiropractic at the Integrated Health Center of Utah in West Jordan, is taking a new approach to Type 2 diabetes treatment. Babcock says he is seeing incredible results within his patients.
“Every person who has Type 2 diabetes is different. Each one has unique symptoms and a different area within the body that is out of balance. Through sufficient testing and blood work, I can actually pinpoint which organs in a diabetic’s body are breaking down and causing the majority of symptoms. I test several organs including the pancreas, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands. Once the results of the tests are determined, I design a customized nutritional and supplemental plan that can actually reverse the entire diabetes process,” Babcock says.
He adds, “Many patients with Type 2 diabetes are simply given medications that target the symptoms of their disease, instead of receiving treatment that focuses on the cause of their illness. We address the source of the diabetes within the body, with the goal of turning a diabetic into a non-diabetic, rather than just making the disease easier to live with.”
Most of Babcock’s treatment plans take anywhere from three to six months. Under Babcock’s plans, patients follow a specific dietary plan, take the proper dosage of recommended supplements and have regular office visits for evaluations. Babcock says that by consistently following these guidelines, his patients have experienced weight loss, lowered blood pressure and cholesterol, elevated moods and have reversed the entire diabetic process.
According to Babcock, the ideal candidate for this revolutionary diabetes treatment plan is anyone who is ready to make a change. “If you aren’t seeing the results you had hoped for from your traditional Type 2 diabetes treatment plan, this could be the solution,” Babcock says.
For more information on Babcock and the Integrated Health Center of Utah, visit www.utahdiabeteshelp.com or call 801-565-1411. The Integrated Health Center of Utah is located at 9265 S. Redwood Road, Ste. A in West Jordan, Utah.