We’ve got a New Year… we’re about to get a new president… and now we’ve got a new wakeup call from the mainstream on diabetes.
And for once, it actually MAKES SENSE!
A leading expert on diet and disease is putting out word that there’s only one way to rein in out-of-control diabetes costs AND get Americans back to good health.
Ready for it?
If you’re a regular Dose reader, this is going to sound awfully familiar – because University of Alabama at Birmingham Professor of Nutrition Dr. Barbara Gower says EVERY diabetic and everyone at risk for the disease needs to be put on a low-carb diet.
And it needs to happen STAT.
She says that if you don’t have this disease, this diet will prevent it. And if you DO have it, this lifestyle will reverse it so effectively that you can take your meds and flush ’em.
This isn’t just one opinion from Alabama.
The University of Alabama at Birmingham runs the top hospital in the state, and the diabetes program there is ranked in the top 50 in the ENTIRE NATION, according to U.S. News and World Report.
What sets them apart?
It seems the entire department shares Dr. Gower’s approach, because they work to get their patients onto a low-carb diet.
These folks don’t just benefit in some vague and barely measurable way that looks good on a research paper but means little out in the real world.
They’re practically CURED!
“In most cases, patients can eliminate all medication,” reported News-Medical, a top news website for industry news.
Clearly, they’re doing something right, and Dr. Gower knows exactly what it is.
“The medication is needed because diabetes is a disease of carbohydrate intolerance; if the patient does not eat carbs, they do not have to use medication,” she told the news organization.
But you don’t have to take her word for it, and you don’t even have to take mine.
If you’ve got diabetes, it’s time to see the incredible results for yourself.
I know you’re skeptical.
I’m sure by now you’ve seen it all, done it all, and tried it all. You’ve been on meds, and then you’ve had to take meds for the side effects of your meds.
You’re doing finger pricks to test your blood sugar, then injecting insulin into your belly, arm, or thigh.
You probably feel like a darn voodoo doll by now!
But if you haven’t tried an honest-to-goodness, low-carb diet for yourself, then you haven’t REALLY seen it, done it, OR tried it all.
I guarantee you, my friend, this is different. And if you’ve been struggling with this disease, it’s time to see firsthand just how different it is – and feel better than you have in years.