This week I am excited to announce an 8-part blog series sharing a summary of my book Diabetes: The Real Cause & The Right Cure. In these informative yet fun to read summaries, I will give you, weekly, 8 steps to reverse Type 2 Diabetes in 8 weeks.
A certain type of nutrition seems to be the key factor in keeping people free from lifestyle diseases while another type of nutrition contributes to ensuring that large numbers of people develop lifestyle diseases. Why?
If you do not want to face the burdens of type 2 diabetes, you must begin to question how you are being treated by your doctors and what advice you are given.
Did you know March is National Nutrition Month? This week I want to discuss your blood work and what some of the results truly mean about your health.
hey say that there are only six degrees of separation between one person and anyone other person in the world. I am publishing this blog in the hopes that, through a chain of people, I can eventually reach Mr. Alex Azar, Corporate Secretary at the US Department of Health and Human Services.
The following post and video are part of my series entitled, How the Myth of Insulin Resistance is Sustained. I invite you, the public, to share this with your endocrinologist at your next appointment if you have diabetes.
This post is an ode to Valentine’s Day chocolates and reversing diabetes.
The Sugar Crash After Christmas — An Adaptation Twas’ the night before Christmas when all through the house Everyone was celebrating, even the mouse. 🐭 The table was set with grandiose care, With pies, cakes and lots of sweet fare. 🍰 After eating, the children nestled snug in their beds Dreaming of puddings, candies, and buttery corn…
Avoid The Temptation To Overeat During The Holidays Thanksgiving is a time when we come together to celebrate with our family and friends over large portions of food. It may be difficult to not overeat whether or not you have type 2 diabetes. I believe that every person has access to a wise method for…
Teenagers With Type 2: Why No-Longer Called “Adult-Onset” Diabetes November is National Diabetes Month, a time to bring awareness to diabetes and its impact on millions of Americans, including teenagers. USA Today reported in an article in 2017 that new cases of type 2 diabetes, associated with obesity, increased 5% each year among young people under age…