Through more than 20 years of studying the medical literature on Type 2 diabetes as a doctor, improving the health of every person has been my biggest inspiration. I have new discoveries about diabetes that I want to share with you in this entertaining and easy to understand animated video. I also urge you to buy my book (http://bit.ly/DiabetesRealCause) so you too can discover the 8 steps to a healthy life free of diabetes. Be sure to share this video with anyone you know who has diabetes or is concerned about developing it. Amazon: http://bit.ly/DiabetesRealCause
通过20年来的医学文献研究2型糖尿病作为一名医生, 改善每个人的健康一直是我最大的灵感。我有关于糖尿病的新发现, 我想与你分享在这个有趣的和容易理解的动画视频。我还敦促你买我的书 (http://bit.ly/DiabetesRealCause), 这样你也可以发现8步骤, 以健康的生活没有糖尿病。一定要与你认识的人分享这段视频, 或者是关心糖尿病的人。
I wish I could say that this is old news, but as Covid-19 continues to grow in areas with high populations of type 2, you should listen to this interview.
Last month I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Adam Torres of Mission Matters. Type 2 diabetes affects many people around the world. The current pandemic has made this population particularly susceptible. In this episode, we explore how people with type 2 diabetes are being affected by the coronavirus. Adam Torres is Co-Founder of…
The CDC reported that diabetics in China experienced 7-8 times more death when infected with COVID-19. Why?
In November of last year, Diabetes Awareness Month, I was interviewed many times but I have to say this one stood out to me as the most fun.
Let me suggest how you can use that glucometer to control your blood sugar by identifying foods that are likely to cause elevation of your blood sugar.
Does the location of the fat make a difference on how it affects the body? Abdominal obesity and its complications are discussed today in this week’s blog post.
In 2016 the American Psychological Association reviewed a pattern of salt intake and reported a staggering 90% of Americans consume too much salt. People are getting more dependent on salt and craving salty foods. What is wrong with that?
I return to Step 6 this week with full confidence that you can change lifelong eating habits and regain control of your health.