Why is Stool Testing So Important for Diabetics?

In this video, Dr. Spages explains his unique approach to reversing Type 2 Diabetes. He explains the importance of the lab work he does which gives him a road map to reversing his patient’s Type 2 Diabetes and helping them return to a high quality of life. Without this labwork, a patient is left puzzled with why they can’t get better as a Type 2 Diabetic.

Dr. Spages has been reversing thousands of patient’s diabetes for over 20 years. He helps his patients to lose weight, have more energy, and live a better quality of life. The testing that he does is not the usual basic blood panel you would get at the medical doctor’s office. He does many specific tests that most doctors don’t use to figure out why a person is sick in the first place.

One of the most informative tests Dr. Spages runs on his patients is a DNA stool test. This testing can identify roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, yeast, and other parasitic infections plaguing the body. These “critters” can spike a person’s blood sugar levels and wreak havoc on the immune system.

Dr. Spages informs that parasitic infection can actually be the driving cause of a patient’s Type 2 Diabetes. He finds that some of his patients had previously been put on prescription medication for their Type 2 Diabetes, however, their doctor failed to find out they actually had a parasitic infection that caused the problem in the first place. The patient would never recover if the parasitic infection was not found and would go on for the rest of their lives taking medication for a disease that would only get worse over time.

Dr. Spages advises all diabetics to watch his “Reversing Type 2 Diabetes” Webinar to learn more details about this specific type of testing he does and to learn about the other ways Dr. Spages helps his patient’s reverse their Type 2 Diabetes.

268 thoughts on “Why is Stool Testing So Important for Diabetics?

  1. Jackson says:

    5 stars
    He explains the importance of the lab work he does which gives him a road map to reversing his patient’s Type II Diabetes and helping them return to a high quality of life.

  2. Juliana says:

    5 stars
    Everything is so clear with me now because of this stool testing, I want to keep updated with your blogs from now on Dr Jonathan Spages.

  3. George says:

    5 stars
    Thanks for this Dr. Spages will definitely share this blog on reversing Type II Diabetes. I cannot wait to learn more info

  4. Torrent H says:

    5 stars
    I really appreciate this post. I have been looking all over for this! Thank goodness I found this info on reversing type 2 diabetes.. You have made my day! Thx again!

  5. Amanda says:

    My doctor never checked my stool to help my diabetes. They don’t really run tests like your doctor does. How can i get this test done by dr spages?

  6. Jeffries says:

    Thanks, Dr. Spages for explaining your unique approach of reversing Type 2 Diabetes and the importance of the lab work you’ve done which gives a road map to reversing patient’s Type 2 Diabetes and helping them return to a high quality of life. Your works are amazing!

  7. Liliana says:

    You’re truly amazing Dr. Spages! your ways of reversing Type 2 Diabetes were great hope other doctors should reflect on this too. Thank you Dr. Spages keep posting like this!

  8. Rose says:

    After reading your article it made me realize how stool testing is important for diabetic patients.
    This will help for the fast recovery of every diabetic patient.

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  11. Holly says:

    Lab work gives a road map to reversing a patient’s Type 2 Diabetes and helping them return to a high quality of life. Without this labwork, a patient is left puzzled with why they can’t get better as a Type 2 Diabetic.

  12. Adrian says:

    Dr. Spages informs that parasitic infection can actually be the driving cause of a patient’s Type 2 Diabetes.

  13. kilowashun_ says:

    4 stars
    really? such a brilliant doctor! Thanks for explaining your unique approach in reversing Type 2 Diabetes. so amazed that this testing can identify roundworm, tapeworm, hookworm, yeast, and other parasitic infections plaguing the body. lot of diabetic must watch this!

  14. Kayden says:

    Dr. Spage’s find some of his patients had previously been put on prescription medication for their Type 2 Diabetes, however, their doctor failed to find out they actually had a parasitic infection.

  15. Moose says:

    Dr. Spages explains the importance of the lab work he does which gives him a road map to reversing his patient’s Type 2 Diabetes.

  16. Wilfredo says:

    Dr. Spages informs that parasitic infection can actually be the driving cause of a patient’s Type 2 Diabetes.

  17. Flint says:

    Dr. Spages helps his patients to lose weight, have more energy, and live a better quality of life and reverse type 2 diabetes.

  18. Milan says:

    One of the most informative tests Dr. Spages runs on his patients is a DNA stool test for patients with type 2 diabetes.

  19. Scott says:

    The cause for the connection between type 2 diabetes and diarrhea isn’t clear, but research suggests that neuropathy may be a factor.

  20. Jello says:

    About 22 percent of people with type 2 diabetes experience frequent diarrhea that’s why stool testing is important.

  21. Thomas says:

    He explains the importance of stool testing which gives him a road map to reversing his patient’s type 2 diabetes.

  22. Moreno says:

    In a person with type 2 diabetes, the body has difficulty regulating blood sugar levels due to problems with insulin.

  23. Gladys says:

    A person with type 2 diabetes should check the label of any over-the-counter medications and stool testing is important.

  24. Cesar says:

    If you have type 2 diabetes, high blood sugar levels can damage your nerve fibers and stool testing is needed.

  25. Manuel says:

    If their doctor failed to find out they actually had a parasitic infection that caused the problem of complication of type 2 diabetes.

  26. Helda says:

    Specialists for type 2 diabetes will sequence the DNA of bacteria in the bowel to see if they contain bacteria.

  27. Kerstin says:

    Dr. Jonathan Spages finds that some of his patients had previously been put on prescription medication for their Type 2 Diabetes, however, their doctor failed to find out they actually had a parasitic infection

  28. Andrea says:

    Dr. Spages advises all patients with type 2 diabetes to watch his webinar to learn more details about this specific type of testing he does.

  29. Noe says:

    When type 2 diabetes damages the nerves going to your stomach and intestines, they may not be able to move food through normally.

  30. Richelle says:

    Higher blood glucose than normal, but not considered diabetes; people with prediabetes are at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

  31. Josephine says:

    The authors conclude that people living with type 1 or type 2 diabetes have a higher risk than the general population of developing chronic constipation.

  32. Ricky says:

    It is important that people with type 2 diabetes eat a well-balanced diet to prevent blood sugar and stool testing is needed.

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  36. Lorraine says:

    He is a specialist reversing his patient’s with type 2 diabetes and helping them return to a high quality of life.

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  39. Jayr says:

    Type 2 diabetes is characterized by the elevation of blood sugar concentration, which damages the blood vessels and in turn, leads to various diseases.

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  41. Harry says:

    When people with type 2diabetes consume too many carbs at a time, their blood sugar levels can rise to dangerously high levels.

  42. Jinggoy says:

    Early medical intervention is important to catch the condition before it turns into type 2 diabetes. Thank you Dr. Spages.

  43. Jacquane says:

    That suggests it may be better for doctors to help people lose a lot of weight after a diagnosis, rather than make small lifestyle changes and manage symptoms with medication.

  44. Winny says:

    Type 1 diabetes is similar to type 2 diabetes, but it usually develops during childhood and is largely unrelated to weight or diet.

  45. Joey says:

    Treatment for type 2 diabetes includes monitoring your blood sugar levels and using medications or insulin when needed.

  46. David says:

    Patients with type 2 diabetes in whom chronic diarrhea develops may have incidental diseases that occur in the general population.

  47. Ivana says:

    Persistently high blood sugar and the length of time a person has had type 2 diabetes are two factors that affect the chances of having neuropathy and diarrhea.

  48. Madonna says:

    It is important for a person with type 2 diabetes and diarrhea to speak to a doctor, who will help them to find a solution.

  49. Lopez says:

    Whether it’s to lose weight or manage diabetes, becoming proactive about reducing sugar intake is a positive step. Switching to diet soda may help you meet your goal.

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