My Affirmation of Faith

I believe in one God, and that he exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I believe His son Jesus was conceived by the Holy Spirit, by the Virgin Mary, and is true man and a son of God, and died on the cross to save us from our sins, and if I believe in Him that I will have eternal life. I believe that we all with sinful nature, and, I also believe that Jesus was crucified on the cross and ascended into heaven, and He will return and rule and reign in righteouness. I believe that all who receive Jesus Christ by faith are born again of the Holy Spirit and , will become children of God. 

I believe in the resurrection, and that everyone who is saved will be blessed and the unsaved will be rewarded according to their work on this w earth. I believe in that ministry is of the Holy Spirit that enables us to live a Christian life, and most of all I believe that the Bible is inspired by God according to II Timothy 3:16.

We have all heard that fruit is also good for diabetes, but there are so many fruit that will raise your sugar up, so be careful on which fruits to eat, and not to eat. 

Top Ten Fruits for Diabetes

Apple, Black Berries, Plum, Oranges, Grapefruit, Cherries, Guava, Kiwi, Strawberry, are all home remedies. 

Others include, Black Berries, Blue Berries, Cantalope, etc. Overall, learn to do a finger prick of your blood and test it two hours after eating, and see which one of them will increase your sugar, so that you can determine how much to eat. Fruit and vegetable will not lower your sugar; even if you eat an excessive amount, so watch the portion you eat

 Stay away from  eating too much rice. I know rice is our stable food in Liberia, but it is a big Taboo for Diabetes. you can eat rice but a portion. Two tablespoon of rice or a Cook spoon full are enough rice to eat per meal. Try to eat rice once daily or twice weekly. 



To everyone who has Health Related Issues, this is a page of my website that will include weekly information on different Health Issues; especially Diabetes. Diabetes is a Deadly Disease, that you have to be careful with. In Africa, most of our food we eat are starchy, and it is not bad to eat carborhydrate, this should be included in your daily diet. A portion of Carb in a food will not harm the body and increase your sugar, but over eating carbs can elvate your Blood Sugar and cause so many different problems. Because diabetes is deadly, it affect so many parts of the body. If affects the kidney, labor, eyes, feet, etc,. Over eating and taking medication, will not heal or bring your sugar down, but you have to limit your carb, to have lower sugar. Over eating food that are are detrimental to your health will just complicate your blood sugar and lead you into further complications. I have decided to take this time to educate our people in Africa and all over the world to be careful how you eat. Do not do too much out eating, for you do not know what whoever or where you eat may prepare the food. Seasonings also placed an important role in your health, so be very careful with the seasoning you cook with because it could be one of the causes that elevates blood sugar. 

Lists of some Seasonings to cook with

​Turmeric, Chives, Ginger, Parsley, Oregano, Basil, Rosemary, Cinnamon, Garlic, Dill Weed, Cloves, Ground Cumin, Ground Sage, Mrs. Dash, Paprika, Cilantro, Celery, Italian Seasoning, Thymes Leaves, Celery Seeds and many more.



What causes male infertility?
Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.
About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.
Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary glandWhat causes male infertility?Type your paragraph here.

Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.

About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.

Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.

Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary glandWhat causes male infertility?

Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.

About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.

Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.

Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary glandWhat causes male infertility?

Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem.

About two-thirds of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that are made do not work properly.

Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.

Other less common causes of infertility include: sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place (one in 100 infertile couples); low levels of hormones made in the pituitary gland

Diabetes and You


Because Diabetes has killed so many people in my life, I have decided to educate people in Liberia about the disease. I want to ask for help with vitamins, Glucometers with matching Test Stripes, and all necessary vitamins to help the people control their diabetes. Many people are uneducated to the detriment of diabetes, so as I carry on this project, I will appreciate and be grateful, if you could assist. 

Diabetes is one of the most pressing and significant public health challenges worldwide today. Up to 20 million people have diabetes. Six million are unaware that they are diabetic. Health officials predict if the disease continues to be found at the current rate, that 48 million U.S. citizens will become diabetic by 2050. Worldwide, the number may reach half a billion.
The good news is these Health Related Issues  can be prevented or brought back into control by eating better, exercising  and weight control. 

Types of Diabetes
Although people often speak of diabetes, there are several types of diabetes each with different causes and requiring unique treatment. All of the different types of diabetes involve a single core problem: the body is unable to absorb glucose (sugar) carried in the blood, which it uses as a source of energy. But there are different conditions under which this problem can develop. Each type of diabetes is serious and can be life threatening if left unchecked. Thus, it's important to understand the different types and their effects.

There are three major types of diabetes: Type 1, Type 2, and gestational diabetes.

What is type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes involves a breakdown in how your body absorbs energy from food. Normally when you eat food, your digestive system reduces much of it to a simple sugar known as glucose. Glucose, or blood sugar, is carried around the body in the blood stream and absorbed by individual cells so they can use it as an energy source. However, your body’s cells can’t absorb glucose on their own. They need a hormone known as insulin to help them absorb it.
In Type II diabetes, your body becomes resistant to insulin.
This resistance is difficult to understand, but the risk factors that lead to it are,  ways you can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
How do I prevent diabetes?
There is no 100% effective way to prevent diabetes, but you can make it much less likely. Certain people are genetically more inclined to develop diabetes than others, but all people are at higher risk if they’re overweight or if they don’t exercise regularly. Both of these factors – exercise and a healthy weight – as well as a healthy diet are crucial in preventing diabetes.
What are the symptoms of type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes symptoms can include excessive hunger and thirst, frequent urination, faintness, fatigue, irritability, and even blurred vision. It’s important to catch these symptoms and see a doctor early on. If left untreated, diabetes can include much more serious symptoms, and even lead to coma and death.

In Type II diabetes, your body becomes resistant to insulin.
The cause of this resistance is not fully understood, but the risk factors that lead to it are, meaning that there are ways you can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
​What are the symptoms of type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes symptoms can include excessive hunger and thirst, frequent urination, faintness, fatigue, irritability, and even blurred vision. It’s important to catch these symptoms and see a doctor early on. If left untreated, diabetes can include much more serious symptoms, and even lead to coma and death.
How is type 2 diabetes treated?
There is no cure for type 2 diabetes, but it can be managed through careful lifestyle choices. The most important aspect of diabetes management is diet. Diabetics must follow a diet that is low in refined carbohydrates and should carefully count all the carbs they consume. This will allow them to avoid dangerous blood sugar spikes and lead a normal life.

What is type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes involves a breakdown in how your body absorbs energy from food. Normally when you eat food, your digestive system reduces much of it to a simple sugar known as glucose. Glucose, or blood sugar, is carried around the body in the blood stream and absorbed by individual cells so they can use it as an energy source. However, your body’s cells can’t absorb glucose on their own. They need a hormone known as insulin to help them absorb it.
In Type II diabetes, your body becomes resistant to insulin.
The cause of this resistance is not fully understood, but the risk factors that lead to it are, meaning that there are ways you can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
How do I prevent diabetes?
There is no 100% effective way to prevent diabetes, but you can make it much less likely. Certain people are genetically more inclined to develop diabetes than others, but all people are at higher risk if they’re overweight or if they don’t exercise regularly. Both of these factors – exercise and a healthy weight – as well as a healthy diet are crucial in preventing diabetes.
What are the symptoms of type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes symptoms can include excessive hunger and thirst, frequent urination, faintness, fatigue, irritability, and even blurred vision. It’s important to catch these symptoms and see a doctor early on. If left untreated, diabetes can include much more serious symptoms, and even lead to coma and death.
How is type 2 diabetes treated?
There is no cure for type 2 diabetes, but it can be managed through careful lifestyle choices. The most important aspect of diabetes management is diet. Diabetics must follow a diet that is low in refined carbohydrates and should carefully count all the carbs they consume. This will allow them to avoid dangerous blood sugar spikes and lead a normal life.

What is type 2 diabetes?
Type 2 diabetes involves a breakdown in how your body absorbs energy from food. Normally when you eat food, your digestive system reduces much of it to a simple sugar known as glucose. Glucose, or blood sugar, is carried around the body in the blood stream and absorbed by individual cells so they can use it as an energy source. However, your body’s cells can’t absorb glucose on their own. They need a hormone known as insulin to help them absorb it.
In Type II diabetes, your body becomes resistant to insulin.
The cause of this resistance is not fully understood, but the risk factors that lead to it are, meaning that there are ways you can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
What is type 2 diabetes?

Type 2 diabetes involves a breakdown in how your body absorbs energy from food. Normally when you eat food, your digestive system reduces much of it to a simple sugar known as glucose. Glucose, or blood sugar, is carried around the body in the blood stream and absorbed by individual cells so they can use it as an energy source. However, your body’s cells can’t absorb glucose on their own. They need a hormone known as insulin to help them absorb it.
In Type II diabetes, your body becomes resistant to insulin.
The cause of this resistance is not fully understood, but the risk factors that lead to it are, meaning that there are ways you can lower your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
How do I prevent diabetes?
There is no 100% effective way to prevent diabetes, but you can make it much less likely. Certain people are genetically more inclined to develop diabetes than others, but all people are at higher risk if they’re overweight or if they don’t exercise regularly. Both of these factors – exercise and a healthy weight – as well as a healthy diet are crucial in preventing diabetes.
What are the symptoms of type 2 diabetes?Type 2 diabetes symptoms can include excessive hunger and thirst, frequent urination, faintness, fatigue, irritability, and even blurred vision. It’s important to catch these symptoms and see a doctor early on. If left untreated, diabetes can include much more serious symptoms, and even lead to coma and death.
How is type 2 diabetes treated?
There is no cure for type 2 diabetes, but it can be managed through careful lifestyle choices. The most important aspect of diabetes management is diet. Diabetics must follow a diet that is low in refined carbohydrates and should carefully count all the carbs they consume. This will allow them to avoid dangerous blood sugar spikes and lead a normal life.