Non-fat yogurt verses regular yogurt?

Isn’t Non-fat yogurt better for losing weight and reversing Type 2 Diabetes than regular yogurt? Once again, the answer is No! Look at these two graphs comparing non-fat yogurt to regular or “original’ yogurt. Remember, the gray area in the graphs is the contribution to your weight, and it also represents how hard your pancreas […]


Compare three large fried eggs {Ron-graph 42} (lots of fat) to one cup of Special K cereal with fat-free milk {graph 12} (no fat). The shaded area in the graphs show weight gain and how hard your pancreas must work to produce enough insulin to bring your blood glucose (Blood sugar and blood glucose are […]

Why you need this book

Here’s one of the reasons why you need this book. Glucose Control Eating clearly demonstrates that the determining force behind weight gain and loss is the amount of glucose you put in your bloodstream. Glucose Control Eating© is a simple, sensible, scientific solution to America’s overweight epidemic. You’ll learn how to lose weight, stay slimmer, […]

Daily Reminder

If you find any life situation challenging or difficult to bear, try to re-frame that situation and see its positive side.

How do you control the amount of insulin your body produces?

You do it by controlling the amount of glucose you put into your bloodstream. Put in less glucose, your body will produce less insulin, and you will lose weight. Put in more glucose, your body will produce more insulin, and you will gain weight. That brings us to the premise of Glucose Control Eating: Control […]

What Foods Create Blood Glucose?

Blood glucose is not created just by sweets—all foods create it. Proteins create glucose, fats create glucose, vegetables create glucose, fruits create glucose, fruit juices create glucose, starchy foods create glucose, and of course, sweets create glucose. The key to losing weight is to consume less of the foods (including drinks) that produce large amounts […]

How We Gain and Lose Weight

To understand how we gain and lose weight, we need to start with insulin. Medical researchers and internal medicine doctors almost universally agree that the amount of insulin a person produces is the determiner of weight gain and weight loss. Gary Taubes, a medical researcher and recipient of multiple awards from the National Association of […]

The World’s Most Significant Health Problems

Let’s talk about the world’s most significant health problems—there are two of them—overweight and Type 2 diabetes. They are closely related. I’m a Type 1 diabetic; however, Type 2 is different from Type 1. It’s a severe disease—but it is solvable, reversible, controllable, and curable. That’s what I’m talking about: how you can lose weight […]

Understanding the Graphs

The graphs you are about to review have five major elements you need to understand. The horizontal axis of the graphs is the measure across the bottom of the graph. It’s labeled 0 through 90 minutes and represents the time in minutes that I measured the change in my blood glucose. The vertical axis of the […]

Dangers of High Blood Sugars and Type 2 Diabetes

Your Blood Sugar is High, but you Feel Okay. What’s the Problem? Over and over, I hear the same quiet and melancholy reflections from middle-aged and older Type 2 diabetics who may be suffering from circulatory problems, kidney failure, serious vision problems, foot sores, or foot ulcers, “I should have taken my high blood sugars more seriously.” […]