Cure needed for diabetes
I appeal to anyone needlessly suffering from diabetes. Do you know a diabetic that wakes up and says: “Oh boy, another four or five shots of insulin and a handful of pills. I feel great! Let’s prick my finger all day long to test my glucose levels, and see how wonderful I’m doing today.” Nobody likes being diabetic. So if you knew of a potential cure for diabetes, you’d share it, right?
Fast-forward to the movies Forks Over Knives and Simply Raw - Curing Diabetes in 30 Days. Wow, a potential cure? When you suggest to a diabetic that they can cure their disease, why is it met with so much disbelief and resistance? Do they say: “My doctors say I will be on insulin shots for the rest of my life, so there’s nothing I can do.” If diabetics change their diet and lifestyle, they can potentially cure themselves. That means no more drugs, no more needles and no more sickness. Cure, people, cure.
Diabetes is increasing like never before, and by spending billions you’d think we’d be getting healthier, but we’re not. We need to do something else. It will cost the U.S. $175 billion to try and combat diabetes this year alone. Canadians will spend nearly $17 billion per year by 2020.
You have a choice — please watch the movies. Empower yourself. When you get angry, and you will, please remember that your doctor is doing the best job they have been taught to do. Yes, it’s great to have all of the good things in life, but “having diabetes” isn’t one of them. Go get your life back.
Note: Studies show that even Type 1 diabetes can be cured or, at the very least, you’ll lower your medications and feel better. None of this should be done without the strict supervision of a health professional. If your doctor won’t help you, find one that will. It has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt.