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.
Interviewer: Rick Tunis
Published by: Ernest Quansah
Ernest Quansah is the author of the recently published Diabetic’s Journey: How Type 2 Diabetes Can Be Reversed and Cured. He lives in Vancouver, Canada, has worked as a chef, and now as a certified Culinary Assistant. Quansah specializes in the curing of type 2 diabetes. He has a certificate in Peer Counselling and is the author of four books.
Rick: Good day, Ernest, and thanks for taking this interview.
Ernest: Thanks for having me.
Rick: How did you develop your expertise in the curing of type 2 diabetes?
Ernest: Good question to start with. As a chef and pastry chef, for many years I consumed sweets. I ate sweets for breakfast. I ate them for late night snacks and even in the middle of the night. Subsequently, I noticed a whitish sticky substance appearing on my tongue each morning. Then I went to the doctor and was diagnosed. The doctor explained to me that the sticky whitish substance was the result of excess sugar buildup finding a way to exit my body. He also explained that my condition was so serious that I was not far from going into cardiac arrest. After the diagnoses, for two years I managed the diabetes using traditional pharmaceutical drugs. One day I decided to ask my doctor if diabetes could be cured. He said yes, using several approaches all working together. That is what led me to start my research work on how diabetes can be cured.
Rick: What influence did diabetes have on your life?
Ernest: Diabetes had both positive and negative influences on me. For example, I lost hope waiting for the day when the diabetes would take my life, and expecting it would first induce diseases, such as heart disease, liver failure, blindness, and so forth. On the positive side, I realized what I direction I should move in. I refused to accept the usual fate caused by diabetes and began a journey to see what would happen if I tried to heal myself, and if I succeeded, how I could use my experience to help other diabetics.
Rick: Is your writing influenced by science, life experience, or other factors?
Ernest: My writing is very much influenced by life experiences, which have always lead to some sort research to certify that what I write about is the truth. This means; what I write is backed by research. It’s not just things written by me, it is based on the studies of researchers worldwide.
Rick: In your latest book, Diabetics Journey, you talk about how type 2 diabetes can reversed and even cured. How did you come to this discovery?
Ernest: That happened when my doctor told me that type 2 diabetes could be cured by using several approaches all working together. His advice led me to do research, and sure enough his statement, which I mentioned before—that type 2 diabetes can be cured—proved to be correct.
Rick: What was most inspiring to you while writing Diabetic’s Journey?
Ernest: The idea that I would be connecting with diabetics all over the world and serving them through presenting my story and my research so that they too can regain good health. That was the most inspiring thing for me.
Ernest: What would you like to say to readers of your new book?
Ernest: The most important thing I can say to my readers is this: Why manage your type 2 diabetes with drugs when you know that it can eventually progress to type 1 diabetes and wreak havoc on their heart? Now that you know I have a website dedicated to helping you cure your diabetes, why not make use of it and get cured like I did?
Rick: What can your readers expect to learn from Diabetic’s Journey?
Ernest: While most books related to the cure of type 2 diabetes are just recipe books, Diabetic’s Journey comes with a story—how I became and diabetic, the steps I took that led to a cure and the findings of other researchers who now say that type 2 diabetes can be cured. What’s more, it has a summary of an article about my cure method that was featured in WebMD Diabetes, fall 2016 issue, page 19. In fact, my book contains lots of proof that type 2 diabetes can be reversed and cured. Furthermore, it contains the principles of how this cure can be achieved.
Rick: Can you give us an idea of what your next project is?
Ernest: My next book will be my fifth and final book. It is being written as my gift to my better half. It is my idea to convert it into a screen play, some day. I will keep the details from the public just for a few more months, mainly because my significant other does not know that I am writing it and about to give it to her.
Rick: I think that’s about it. Thanks once again for taking this interview and good luck with all of your future endeavors.
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What causes type 1 diabetes?
While reading a book titled The China Study, I came across the below and decided to share
The benefits of exercise bring me back to President George W Bush. He is known to enjoy staying physically fit with a regular running routine, and that is undoubtedly one of the reasons why he received a clean bill of health when he had a colonoscopy. The widespread communities of nutrition professionals, researchers and doctors are, as a whole, either unaware of this evidence or reluctant to share it. Because of these failings, Americans are being cheated out of information that could save their lives
Type 1 Diabetes
The ability of cow’s milk protein to initiate Type 1 diabetes is well documented. The possible initiation of this disease goes like this:. A baby is not nursed long enough and is fed cow’s milk protein, perhaps in an infant formula. The milk reaches the small intestine, where it is digested down to its amino acid parts. For some infants, cow’s milk is not fully digested, and small amino acid chains or fragments of the original protein remain in the intestine. These incompletely digested protein fragments may be absorbed into the blood. The immune system recognizes these fragments as foreign invaders and goes about destroying them. Unfortunately, some of the fragments look exactly the same as the cells of the pancreas that are responsible for making insulin. The immune system loses its ability to distinguish between the cow’s milk protein fragments and the pancreatic cells, and destroys them both, thereby eliminating the child’s ability to produce insulin. The infant becomes a Type 1 diabetic and remains so for the rest of his or her life. This process boils down to a truly remarkable statement: cow~ milk may cause one of the most devastating diseases that can befall a child
As you will come to see, much is governed by the Golden Rule: he who has the gold makes the rules. There are powerful, influential and enormously wealthy industries that stand to lose a vast amount of money if Americans start shifting to a plant-based diet. Their financial health depends on controlling what the public knows about nutrition and health. Like any good business enterprise, these industries do everything in their power to protect their profits and their shareholders. You might be inclined to think that industry pays scientists under the table to “cook the data,” bribes government officials or conducts illegal activities. Many people love a sensational story. But the powerful interests that maintain the status quo do not usually conduct illegal 249 250 TH E CH I NA STU DY business. As far as I know, they do not pay scientists to “cook the data.” They do not bribe elected officials or make sordid underhanded deals. The situation is much worse. The entire system-government, science, medicine, industry and media-promotes profits over health, technology over food and confusion over clarity.
Type 2 Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes is caused by refine sugar build-up inside the body making the body insulin resistant. On the other hand, type 1 diabetes is caused by cow’s milk, according the the article’s author. I hope the above excerpt has given you some insight about what goes on behind close doors. Unlike type 1 diabetes,we now know based of scientific evidence that type 2 diabetes can be reversed and even cured. The research on this is refuted. Why manage your type 2 diabetes when you can reverse and even cure it
Type 2 diabetes, or diabetes mellitus, occurs when a person’s body becomes insulin-resistant
Insulin resistance is the physical condition in which the body ceases to respond to insulin, a secretion produced by the pancreas whose main purpose is to transport sugars inside one’s body to the cells within he muscles and the blood stream to be used as energy. Insulin resistance occurs when there is an insufficient amount of insulin secreted by the pancreas for the transport of excess sugars in the body, which have been acquired through food consumption. From a young age, one consumes processed foods, sugary drinks, and so forth, and once one reaches the age of forty or over, there is a heavy buildup of sugar in the body and the insulin generated lacks the capacity to transport the excess sugar to the muscles for use as energy. The excess sugar settles in the body, particularly in the muscles. This is the main reason why type 2 diabetics are known for their lack of energy. Lack of energy also means lack of physical strength. When the body becomes insulin-resistant, that individual is diagnosed and termed a diabetic.
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