posted on Oct, 30 2014 @ 09:54 PM
Hate to be a Scrooge but if you're looking for pertinent information on techniques look towards the third to fifth paragraph of the Fourth Part
. The rest [Parts 1-3] are just technical information those with diabetes already know/don't want to hear again.
With that said however, he does bring up some interesting and what seem to be highly-genuine advised methods for making the best out of the situation.
In reality there will not be access to the limited and highly sought after resources like batteries and needles, so taking risks with one's sugars
and leaning towards the side of slightly higher levels would result in greater longevity .
My bro's got type 2 diabetes, virally induced when he was younger.
Using the term longevity makes me not even care about the quality of this article or not really, because to be honest it's a load of crap.
If as you say, "stuff hits the fan", You do recognize that you would be talking about a situation where everything is incredibly #ed up to the point
where insulin would certainly be obtained regardless of what was going on. No one would sit around and watch their family member die.
There in lies the paradox of even bothering to prep. No amount of batteries is going to change the fact that with the crumbling of society, life