Diabetes America

Diabetes America

The purpose of this article is to provide information on Diabetes America (the current situation of diabetes in America) and to offer a solution as to how type 2 diabetes can be reversed and even cured. The solution being given is evidence-based.

Diabetes is now one of the leading killers in America and is on the increase. The disease costs the American government over 260 billion dollars a year. This figure is predicted to increase as the number of cases grows in the field of Diabetes America. (The costs include expenses related diseases triggered by diabetes, such as heart disease and stroke.)

Diabetes Information

Lifesaving information that Diabetes America needs as a nation to promote a healthy lifestyle is often prevented from reaching victims of the disease. But can the condition be reversed and cured? Dr. Joel Furnham, a well-respected doctor, related in a video how pharmaceutical companies requested that he author an article on diabetes, which he did. Upon completion, the drug company that had requested him to write the article declined to publish it indicating that, if they published it, diabetics would come to know that their condition could be cured.

Diabetes Rise In America

Diabetes America is growing mainly due to two reasons:

  1. As one doctor I interviewed for the book Diabetic’s Journey said, “People don’t listen. They depend on modern medicine to cure them, but it cannot. All they have to do is eat moderately and exercise and 90% of their diseases will be cured, including type 2 diabetes. It would also prevent heart attack and stroke.”
  2. The worst discovery I made when researching the reversal and cure of type 2 diabetes supports what Dr. Fuhrman said. The information on reversing and curing this condition is intentionally withheld from those who need it the most—the sufferers included in Diabetes America. The most misleading information about pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes (both conditions which do not require manual insulin injections) is the information which states that these conditions should be managed using pharmaceutical drugs. The purpose of the drugs is so that the diabetic can continue to eat refined sugar, which is the leading cause of pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Managing diabetes means the victim will remain diabetic, which leads to—as mentioned before—stroke, heart disease, and even early death.


The man accredited as the father of Mathematics, Abn al Haytham, also known as Al Hazeen, taught his students about the importance of evidence-based conclusions. In 2009, when I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, I had a blood sugar level of 21.7 millimoles/L—a life-threatening quantity. Following the norm, I took the route most diabetics take, thinking it was the only available solution. This was to manage the diabetes with pharmaceuticals. One out of two diabetics has a shortened lifespan caused directly or indirectly by type 2 diabetes. Slogans such as, “live happily with diabetes or manage your diabetes”, contradict The International Diabetes Federation’s mission: “Promoting diabetes care, prevention and a cure worldwide”. When my doctor, Dr. Robinson, and several other health practitioners informed me that type 2 diabetes could be reversed and cured, I entered into research and experimentation and became the test subject. Within three weeks, the diabetes was reversed. The result proved to be direct evidence of the effectiveness of the diabetes cure program offered on this website and was confirmation that type 2 diabetes can be reversed. The program was later featured in the WebMD Diabetes magazine in the article “Secret recipe: How a Chef Cured His Type 2 Diabetes”. You have now seen the evidence and testimonial, so let us help you safely reverse and cure your type 2 diabetes. While managing your diabetes is the best time to apply the program, so act and save your life and your health by avoiding pending heart disease and stroke. We invite you to order our diabetes cure program now.

Article Author: Ernest Quansah, Lifestyle Strategist, Type 2 Diabetes Researcher, and Author.


Solution for Managing Type 2 Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Overweight, and Obesity

Pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes

Pre-diabetes, as well as full-blown type 2 diabetes are on the increase, so much so that in 2010 the World Health Organization (WHO) issued a mandate for all nations to take action to combat the spread. In 2015, The International Diabetes Federation reported that more than 400 million people were living with diabetes. Experts predict that if this trend continues, by the year 2040, 1.8 billion people around the world will be diabetic. This article and the research cited within focuses on the growing recognition by diabetes researchers that the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages (SSBs) and foods high in sugar content may be a main cause of pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), overweight, and obesity. A practical and natural solution is also being given for tackling these conditions.

Diabetes type 2 and sugar

Normally, sugar is converted into the simple sugar, glucose. Then, insulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas, assists in moving the glucose into the cells of the body. A normally functioning pancreas adjusts the amount of insulin produced based on the level of glucose in the blood. If one has diabetes, blood sugar levels become too high and a healthy or normal balance is lost. My research has found that type 2 diabetes commonly occurs when one consumes an excess amount of refined sugar over an extended period. Unlike with type 1 diabetes, where the pancreas produces very little or no insulin, with type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces an adequate amount of insulin, but the cells are resistant to the hormone.

Weight Gain and Increase in Cases of Type 2 Diabetes

According to Dr. Sanjay Basu Ph.D., an Epidemiologist from Stanford University cited in the Stanford Medicine newsletter in an article written by Digitale (2013): Researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine, the University of California-Berkley and the University of California-San Francisco examined data on sugar availability and diabetes rates from 175 countries over the past decade. After counting for obesity and a large array of other factors, the researchers found that increased sugar in a population’s food supply was linked to higher diabetes rates, independent of obesity rates. Their study was published in Feb. 27 in PLOS ONE. [1]

FB Hu and VS Malik (2010) put forth: Research suggests that sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption is a risk factor for overweight and obesity as well as several cardio-metabolic conditions, especially T2DM. [2]

Overweight and obesity

The human body is a remarkable mechanism able to heal itself when given the right foods. Lifestyle Medicine, the application of healthy eating to allow the body to heal itself is gaining momentum in the medical field. As a diabetes researcher and lifestyle strategist who once almost lost his life to type 2 diabetes, my research, which saved my life, showed that pre-diabetes can be reversed and type 2 diabetes can go into remission by using a three-pronged approach. This includes:

  1. Low calorie diabetic diet: This facilitates weight loss.
  2. Diabetic exercise: Exercise designed for diabetics facilitates burning off the excess sugar buildup in the body, plus, weight loss. The way this occurs is that once the sugar has been burnt off, the body turns to fat for energy. The first of the fat to burn off is the thin layer coating the red blood cells. Once that layer of fat is burned off, red blood cells responsible for carrying sugar to the muscles to be used for energy are exposed and begin to absorb sugar and transport it to the muscles. The cells which had become insulin resistant are restored to insulin sensitivity. The diabetes is then in remission.
  3. Vitamins: A diabetic often requires vitamin supplementation. Vitamin supplementation can speed up the effectiveness of above two methods.

The man accredited as the father of Mathematics, Abn al Haytham, also known as Al Hazeen, taught his students about the importance of evidence-based conclusions. After consulting with several health care practitioners, I carried out my own research and experimentation. I was determined to achieve weight loss and reverse my type 2 diabetes. The development of my three-pronged approach allowed me to achieve my goals in only three weeks. This became my direct evidence of its effectiveness and confirmation of the growing assertion that tackling the problem of excess sugar in the body and weight loss can produce the reversal of T2DM. In 2009 when I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, I had a blood sugar level of 21.7 millimoles/L—a life-threatening quantity. After three weeks on my program, my blood sugar level was normal. With continued practice of the specific exercises given in my weight loss/diabetes program, I have gone from an overweight 220 pounds to my suggested healthy weight of 180 pounds. To this day I remain type 2 diabetes free and at the same healthy weight.

The above three steps have been endorsed by Prof. S.M. RAJENDRAN. M.D., FRCP(GLAS), D.Sc. and Professor of Diabetology and Medicine and are available to the public globally at the website Just For Diabetics. Adherence to the above three-pronged system can certainly and easily allow a pre-diabetic to lose weight and overcome their condition. It can also put diabetes into remission while allowing for weight loss at the same time, as I myself achieved. Reaching these goals further brings about a reduction in the chances of acquiring heart disease or having a stroke; two of the top causes of a diabetic’s and overweight person’s death.

As a Lifestyle Strategist trained in the culinary field, my personal experience with weight loss and healing from type 2 diabetes using lifestyle medicine—healthy eating, exercise, and vitamins—was featured in WebMD in 2016.

Managing Diabetes

Most commonly, type 2 diabetes is managed through the use of prescription drugs. Managing diabetes in this manner has allowed the condition—which can be reversed—to proliferate worldwide. Managing diabetes means the victim will always remain a diabetic. While managing diabetes, you can apply the three-pronged method of lifestyle medicine to reverse your condition and achieve loss of excess weight. You should also confer with your doctor when adding this method to your lifestyle.

Article Author: Ernest Quansah, Lifestyle Strategist, Type 2 Diabetes Researcher, and Author



Diabetes and erectile dysfunction

We all have our little secrets that we’d rather not talk about. For the sake of this article, I will share my experience and hope it will help others. When I was diagnosed type 2 diabetes back in 2009, there was so much sugar in my body that I began to notice boils in my penile area which resulted in erectile dysfunction. My doctor gave me a prescription drug for the boils. But regaining my erectile function took more than prescription drug. This is my story.

There are two main types of diabetes. Type 1 and type 2. 10% of all diabetes are type 1. The remaining 90% are type 2. With type 1 diabetes, the pancreas no longer works. This means the patient requires manual insulin injection to transport sugar to the muscles which is to be used as energy. With type 2 diabetes, the pancreas still works. It secretes the same amount of insulin, a hormone, responsible for carrying sugar into your blood stream to be absorbed by the red blood cells and carried to the muscles to be used for energy that fuel our bodies.

Understanding type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition. It starts as pre-diabetes. If nothing is done, it progresses to type 2 diabetes. From there, sugar build-up in the body continues to do more damage. Type 2 diabetes occurs when there is build up of sugar in a person body over several years. The insulin secreted by the pancreas is not enough to transport the excess sugar into the blood stream. Some of that excess sugar remains in the body. It begins to degrade the body while damaging the victim’s internal organs and even causing heart disease, liver failure, and blindness. That same sugar build-up can cause impotence, according to America Diabetes Association.

How diabetes affects erectile function

Erectile dysfunction occurs when sugar build-up in the diabetic’s body, not the diabetes, finds its way into the nerves in the penile area just as it finds its way into other parts of the body such as the heart, liver, eye and it damages these organs. The sugar begins to weakened the nerves in the penile area leading to erectile dysfunction just like it weakens the nerves on it’s victim legs leading to leg amputation, if action is not taken.

 Penile dysfunction Transformation

Research result after research result have demonstrated that, the human body can heal itself when it is given what it needs to fix itself. For example, if you cut your finger seriously enough to visit emergency, the doctor gives you pain killer, the pain killer blocks the part of the brain responsible for making you feel pain. This way, you don’t feel pain while your finger heals.

There is a saying that goes, “people who are successful at anything are those who take action”. To begin to heal from my erectile dysfunction and my diabetes, I began to research and discovered a 3-step program that transformed me. The program failed at first until I committed to it. I told my doctor that that I must share my knowledge with others and help them. To which he replied, “That is an excellent idea”. This exchange resulted in my recent book, “Diabetics Journey: How Type 2 Diabetes Can be Reversed and Cured”.  I now teach others who have erectile dysfunction, or who are pre-diabetic or type 2 diabetic regain their good health, through my book and website Just For Diabetics

Ernest Quansah is a Lifestyle Strategist and expert in weight management as well as in diabetic health.  He is highly sought after internationally as a keynote speaker. He is the author of “Diabetics Journey”, and founder of Just For Diabetics .


Just For Diabetics Online Diabetes Care Provider Offers Type 2 Diabetics and the Overweight New Hope

Research Shows that Type 2 Diabetes or Being Excessively Overweight, or Obese Impacts the Victim’s Sex Life

Vancouver, BC – January 2019. A good New Year’s Resolution is to take responsibility and control of your own health. Just for Diabetics, an online diabetes care provider is changing the lives of type 2 diabetics and the overweight. Through their comprehensive program, type 2 diabetics and the overweight or obese can reverse their conditions. Achieving this, not only is their health improved, but also their sex lives, particularly for men, who otherwise may feel sexually inadequate when impeded by their condition.

Research performed by Just For Diabetics website founder, Ernest Quansah, has discovered that when patients are managing their type 2 diabetes with prescription drugs, or trying to manage weight gain, that is the best time to reverse their condition. The program offered on his website combines the most effective natural methods for bringing about the reversal of type 2 diabetes and tackling weight gain.

Quansah, a lifestyle strategist, developed the program with the assistance of physicians. By using the program himself, he completely reversed his severe case of type 2 diabetes in less than a month. Then, in 2012, his doctor encouraged him to help others struggling with type 2diabetes and weight gain. According to his doctor, Dr. Anthony Robinson: “The best way to reverse and cure type 2 diabetes is by using different approaches that work together—not only by using a diet plan.”

Following his doctor’s recommendation, Quansah authored the book Diabetics Journey and later founded the website Just For Diabetics. “For several years, I have been educating people about how type 2 diabetes and weight gain can be reversed through the program offered on my website.” says Quansah. “Aside from the well-know results of having these conditions, my research and experience helping people have revealed that both the conditions lead to lack of energy, impacting a victim’s sex life, making some feel sexually inadequacy, particularly men. The psychological effects can be devastating.

Since 2012, Quansah, through his book and website, has been helping diabetics and the overweight reverse their conditions. We now see a drug store chain team up with the University of British Columbia to offer type 2 diabetics and the overweight a diet plan aimed at the reversal of these conditions. The cost of their plan is $500 a month for at least four months. Their program includes eating no refined sugar, no sweet drinks, no fruits, rice, bread, or pasta. This supports the findings of Quansah years after his groundbreaking research, which has much more than just a diet plan.

Diabetes researchers connected to drug manufacturers and the drug manufacturers themselves don’t come out in the open with the fact that non-insulin-dependent diabetes and overweight can be reversed. It is because letting out this information would cut severely into the profits of their companies. According to Quansah, “Managing type 2 diabetes means the sufferer will always remain diabetic and may ultimately die from it. That is why the phrase ‘managing your diabetes’ is used to sell diabetes drugs and not ‘reverse or cure your diabetes.’ Similarly, a person who only manages their weight and never makes the proper efforts to lose weight will remain overweight. But there is hope.”

When choosing to go with the Just For Diabetics program, type 2 diabetics and the overweight can rest assured that they are purchasing an authentic program that can change their lives. The program’s effectiveness was featured in WebMD Diabetes magazine in the article “Secret recipe: How a Chef Cured His Type 2 Diabetes”, as well as on the WebMD website.

The website, justfordiabetics.com offers a free weight-loss program, a free diabetes-reversal program, and an inexpensive paid program to help victims. This complete, professionally-developed program includes a full menu regime, exercise videos, tutorials, in addition to a cooking video demonstration, and vitamin therapy plan. All this is provided for less than $180. (Quansah wisely suggests that those on the program be monitored by their doctors.)

“Misinformation about type 2 diabetes is rampant. When my doctor told me that type 2 diabetes could be reversed and even cured while managing it with drugs, I was floored,” says Quansah. “I asked him, ‘Why didn’t you tell me this when you diagnosed me two years ago?’” My doctor replied, “People don’t listen.”

“Complacency about type 2 diabetes can lead to type 1 diabetes, the irreversible type. Being overweight can lead to type 2 diabetes, which can cause other diseases, including impotence, making a man feel less than a man,” cautions Quansah. “If type 2 diabetics and the overweight are willing to take control of their health and take action, my program will help them attain optimum health, including improving their sex life,” states Quansah.

(The chart below shows before and after results of Quansah’s blood sugar tests. Results users of his program can expect.)

The numbers in this chart represent blood sugar count in millimoles per litre (mmol/L).


Ernest Quansah is a diabetes lifestyle strategist and educator, keynote speaker, and the author of Diabetics Journey. He is the founder of Just For Diabetics. He is available for radio, press, and TV interviews, as well as speaking engagements.

Diabetics Journey ISBN-13: 978-0994767035

available at Amazon

Website: https://justfordiabetics.com/

Email: ernest@justfordiabetics.com

Type 2 Diabetes-My Story

I am sharing this story with diabetics in the hopes that they will be inspired to bring their type 2 diabetes under control.

Signs of type 2 diabetes

In September 2009 when Dr.  Robinson diagnosed me as a type 2 diabetic, my blood glucose was so high that his face turned red as he viewed my test results.   “Do you know the danger you are in?” he asked me. “You are not far from going into cardiac arrest.” He seemed to be panicking. Perhaps, it was because he had known me since I arrived in Canada back in 1982, and I was known for being very healthy.

Before I went to see my doctor, or should I say what drove me to visit him was that, I had extreme cravings for sweets, which I indulged. I began to experience rapid weight loss and frequent urination for several weeks.  At first, I was so happy that I had gone from 215 pounds down to 180 pounds in two months.

By the third month, each morning when I awoke and went to clean up, I saw a sticky, whitish substance on my tongue and at the corner of my eye. I didn’t know what this was, so I went to my doctor. He sent me for tests that morning and, by 1 p.m., his office called authorizing me to rush back to his office.

Type 2 diabetes diagnosis

Dr. Robinson informed me that I had become a diabetic. According to him, the whitish, sticky substance coming out of my tongue and at the corner of my eye was the excess sugar trying to exit my body. When he said that, I went into shock. I sat staring at the wall speechless.

My doctor put me on large doses of Metformin.  Next thing I knew, I could not see. I thought I had gone blind and started panicking. People appeared to be a blur. I could make out cars and was able to see the structure of buildings.  A friend helped me and called Dr. Robinson, who explained that  the sugar was beginning to withdraw from my body and from my eyes, causing my eyes to shut down, and that my vision should return in four weeks.

When he diagnosed me, he asked, “Do you know the danger you are in? You are not far from going into cardiac arrest.”

Reverse type 2 diabetes naturally

Yes, I was at death’s door and a walking sugar-man, yet I managed to reverse and cure the diabetes permanently.  Type 2 diabetes can be disrupted and stopped. My story was featured in WebMD Diabetes magazine fall 2016 issue page 19 as well as on their website using the title Chef Reveals How He Reversed and Cure His Type 2 Diabetes.

I had always thought that type 2 diabetes was a permanent disease that had to be managed by drugs. It turned out there was no research to indicate that, leading me to work with a total of five doctors and to research a cure.

I am no longer a type 2 diabetic. Each time I tell people my story, they ask, “How did you do it?”

My doctor asked me the same question, the day he pronounced me diabetes free. “Congratulations,” he said.  “I am so proud of you. So tell me. How did you do it?”

He continued, “In my 40 years of practicing medicine, you are only the second patient I have seen who was able to cure his diabetes. You are unique.”

I told him that now that I know type 2 diabetes is a condition and can be reversed, I wanted to write a book to help others. His response: “That is an excellent idea.”

What is managing type 2 diabetes?

It means you are still a diabetic and will always be diabetic.  Many people see diabetes as a disease that should be managed. This is not true. Every experienced medical doctor will attest to this. Managing it means you are setting yourself up for catastrophic ailments such as heart attacks, liver failure, blindness and leg amputation. It also means the diabetes will progress to the type 1, the deadlier type, which may lead to an ailment that requires even more drugs. Managing your diabetes defeats the purpose. Doesn’t it?

Ninety percent of all diabetes is type 2, the reversible type. Ten percent is type 1, the deadly and incurable type.  Why manage type 2 diabetes when you can reverse?

Ernest Quansah is Lifestyle Strategist specializing in how type 2 diabetes can be reversed.

Website:  https://justfordiabetics.com/