When I found out about T-Tapp, I was thrilled to know at last there was finally an exercise that I could do.
In January of 2005, I had two strokes and two blood clots and a staph infection in my heart. I was in the hospital for a total of 38 days. When I got home from the hospital, I kept gaining weight as a result of overeating and little movement. I will be a heart patient the rest of my life and I am diabetic.
Weight gain has been an ongoing problem for me for at least the previous 6 years. I had been gaining a little bit at a time until that following year, when I was as big as I have ever been. At 5'10" tall, I found that I could pack a bunch of pounds on. Any hint of grace on my body was covered in fat.
With the additional weight, I needed more Insulin to keep my diabetes under control. More and more until I was taking an average of 120 units of regular Humulin per day and 100 units of Humlin N at night. For those of you who do not know, that is a lot of insulin!
Then came T-Tapp…
A friend from the Internet had met Teresa at a Saturday seminar here in the Atlanta, GA area. My friend shared her experience in such a positive way, that I thought, “Hey, maybe I can do that!”. I had been searching for such a miracle as T-Tapp has been to me.
I made an appointment with Renee McLaughlin, our T-Tapp Trainer here, to make sure I was doing the Hoe Down exercise in correct form. I had learned about the Hoe Downs from the T-Tapp Forum and from the Try Before You Buy Section of the www.t-tapp.com site. I started T-Tapp, I think, right at the end of October maybe the beginning of November.
I have not been doing a complete work out, but I do the Hoe Downs several times a day. Always after Hoe Downs I have eaten carbs even before I go to bed at night. Carbs are what make blood sugar levels rise and determines the amount of insulin needed. Hoe Downs make the blood sugar lower. I have tested this multiple times.
With the help of T-Tapp, I am down an average of 45 units of insulin per day. Insulin is a growth hormone and so the more you take the hungrier you are. I didn’t measure before I started T-Tapp. I did not weigh myself either but I am smaller; I can tell by the way my clothes fit. MY insulin requirement is way down and I feel so much better. This is just the beginning!
YES YOU CAN!