Today I would like to answer some questions that I have received onlineabout type 2 diabetes.
This is the first of 4-part answers regarding questions on weight control. After the holidays some of you may consider fasting as a way to lose weight.
I wish to make you aware of the inconsistencies in the insulin resistance theory. Today’s topic is insulin treatment and the progression of diabetes.
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Earlier this year, I was interviewed by host Steve Washuta, co-founder of TrulyFit Podcast.
There can be NO question that, no matter what else one might think of Donald Trump as President, he failed when it comes to the pandemic.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of death in the US, yet about 80% of heart disease is preventable with changes in lifestyle.
Healthcare costs are expected to continue to grow and consume an increasing share of the nation’s economic resources.
The goal of these questions is to help you gain a clearer understanding of the real medical science about your condition and its treatment.
Consider the magnitude of effort needed to sustain the false concept of insulin resistance, given the absence of answers to a number of significant questions in the diagnosis and management of Type 2 diabetes. Let me cite some questions that demonstrate the lack of scientific logic in the insulin resistance theory.
Learn what you can do to prevent falling prey to DMMI.