CDC: Tips from Former Smokers – Bill: Smoking and Diabetes Don’t Mix

CDC: Tips from Former Smokers – Bill: Smoking and Diabetes Don’t Mix

True, the 15-year-old kid
I once was didn’t think about
what would happen to you when you get older, with the
effects of smoking and diabetes. I was a young kid, was healthy. You know, you don’t think
about that kind of stuff when you’re that young. When you get older is when you
find out the real deal. It was the one stupid thing
I wish I could take back. [Sighs] Didn’t quit
till after I was almost 40. And that was after I lost my leg. [Sighs] Lost a lot of time
because of that stupid stuff. And being diabetic. I mean, after everything
went wrong with my body and my health, I mean, it’s the hard lesson
to learn, but I’m glad I quit and I’ve still got something
to show for it. I didn’t lose everything,
thank God. I lost plenty — put my wife,
my family, my kids through a whole bunch. I know I did. I’m Bill Busse,
and I did quit smoking. I know you can quit, too.

12 Replies to “CDC: Tips from Former Smokers – Bill: Smoking and Diabetes Don’t Mix”

  1. Stop Zionists from this poison legally and make it illegal instead of making these gay videos about smoking victims but u never hightlight how illegal it should bw

  2. Bill succumbed to his health problems Sunday evening August 3 2014. He was outdoors working on a project. He is greatly loved by his family. I know. He's my brother in law. Bill,you will be missed, bro.

  3. Hello there! Have you tried the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal Protocol? (search on google) I have heard some pretty good things about the results in lowering Blood sugars and my buddy got great resultsafter trying it. 

  4. Bill your words of encouragement go a long ways" diabetes and smoking" don't mix, Thank you for your story, god bless you on your journey, ps. on my way to smoke free life.

  5. If you're a current smoker, please quit now.
    If you're a former smoker, thank you for quitting.
    If you're not smoking, please don't start. Seriously, out of all the things you can possibly do with your body, out of all the things you could put into your hands and into your mouth, out of all the things you could start doing, why start smoking in the first place?

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