What Your Type 2 Diabetic Lifeline Means to Type 2 Diabetics, Pre-diabetics, or Borderline Diabetics
As a Type 2 diabetic, pre-diabetic or borderline diabetic, here’s what you will learn:
- Even though you may feel fine now, high blood sugars will start contributing to the diabetic complications of kidney failure, heart disease, circulation problems, vision problems, and foot problems that you don’t feel now
- You will understand foods better because I’ve broken foods into six categories, not just three; each of the six acts differently on blood sugar. Protein, Fat, Sweet Carbs, Starchy Carbs, Fruit Carbs, and Vegetable Carbs.
- You don’t have to lose weight to start lowering your blood sugar. If you lower your blood sugar, you will lose weight. If you bring your blood sugars down, your weight will follow.
- You’ll learn which categories of foods raise your blood sugar the most and contribute the most to your weight gain and which categories contribute the least to blood sugars and will result in weight loss.
- You’ll learn that most individual food categories will act differently when combined with other categories in meals.
- You’ll learn that you don’t have to starve yourself to lower blood sugar and lose weight. You can’t win the battle with hunger—no one can, but you don’t have to. All you need to do is eat more of the good foods and less of the wrong foods.
- You’ll learn why counting calories hasn’t worked for America.
- In summary, you’ll learn how to reverse Type 2 diabetes, or avoid Type 2 diabetes, lose weight and live a longer, healthier life.
Murray Buttner MD –
A new patient came in for a physical a few months ago. He was quite overweight. I gave him a copy of your book. Yesterday, he called me to tell me he had lost 65 pounds. Please send me another box of your amazing books.
Murray Buttner MD Iliuliuk Family and Health Services
John Eckhard –
I have been a Type 2 Diabetic for almost 16 years and insulin dependent for about half that time. The graphs in your book, What Should I Eat] are the first of their kind I have ever seen and bring an “ah ha” moment in understanding the effect of [starchy] carbohydrates on blood sugar levels. I highly recommend this book.
I’ve lost 34 pounds… and my A1C went from 10 to 7. I’m off all my diabetes medications now except for one. Thank you, Mr. Mystrom