Rick Mystrom, former mayor of Anchorage, Alaska, has thrived with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years—with no diabetic complications! In What Should I Eat, he clarifies and graphs the answer to Type 2 diabetics’ most frequently asked health questions: how to solve diabetes, lose weight, and live healthy.
In this book, he clarifies and organizes the answer beautifully to everyone’s most frequently asked health question:
What should I eat?
The answer is based on 60,000 blood tests he’s given himself after nearly every meal he’s eaten for the past 34 years.
What Should I Eat will be life-changing for you if…
… you’re a Type 2 diabetic who wants to lower your blood sugar and lose weight.
… you’re a pre-diabetic or borderline diabetic who wants to avoid ever getting diabetes.
… you’re a Type 1 diabetic who wants to improve blood sugar control and live a long, healthy life.
… if you’re one of the two-thirds of all American adults who wants to lose weight, live healthier, and enjoy life more.
R. Clinch RN –
I’ve been reading books on diabetes since 1974. Your book is the best written book on diabetes I have ever found. After I read your book, I bought four more to loan out to members of my church.
-R. Clinch RN BSN, Alaska
Mike Fink –
For the past 20 years, I’ve been taking pills to try to lower my blood sugar. Then I read your book on What to Eat. What a wonderful change in my life. In eight months, I lost 28 pounds and it’s staying off. I’m off my diabetes medication and I feel so much better and more energetic. Thank you.
-Mike Fink, Phoenix, Arizona
I followed the advice in your book. My A1C went from a dangerous 9.8 to a normal 5.6 in less than 3 months. I lost 20 pounds and need suspenders to keep my pants up.
Pat DeVoe RN –
You are to be commended for taking the time to document all your personal food reactions to show the downside of high [starchy] carb foods. Your book should be a best seller!
-Pat DeVoe RN, BSN
Diabetes Action Research and Education Foundation, Bethesda, MD