Each year, thousands of people just like you are diagnosed with diabetes, particularly type 2. Upon diagnosis, the patient may be sent to a diabetes clinic, not to learn how to reverse or cure the diabetes, but how to manage it. At these clinics, patients are instructed to consume certain foods. These include:

  • Bread: not more than one slice per day
  • Vegetables
  • Oranges: not more than one a day
  • Grapes: not more than 15 per day
  • Basmati rice: half cup cooked or converted rice (also known as parboiled rice)
  • Cheese: one small square
  • Oatmeal: one serving
  • Chicken breast
  • Eggs: not more than one a day

To aid in metabolizing the food eaten, patients are told to walk 20 minutes after meals.

I was once a patient with type 2 diabetes. Upon completion of training provided at a clinic, I realized that all that we were taught was to manage and not reverse or cure the diabetes. One lesson I learned during my time there was that every single patient wanted a cure, not just to manage their diabetes. I was no different. I visited my doctor and asked him a point-blank question. “Dr. Robinson, can type 2 diabetes be cured?” His response was, “Yes”. Prior to this visit with my doctor, I was ready to give up and settle for managing my diabetes. However, merely managing it meant that I was setting myself up for these catastrophic outcomes:

  • Stroke: Type 2 diabetes is the number one cause of strokes.
  • Liver failure: When the liver fails, one needs to be put on dialysis.
  • Leg amputation: Sugar buildup can cause rotting of a leg, leading to amputation.
  • Blindness: Sugar buildup destroys the eyes.
  • Impotence: Sugar buildup is known to lead to impotence.
  • Chronic disease: Type 2 diabetes leads to other chronic diseases that prevent the diabetic from reaching full life expectancy. In other words, diabetics generally die sooner than non-diabetics.
  • Diabetic ulcers: Foot amputation is the result.

Aside from the above results of type 2 diabetes, the diabetes eventually progresses into type 1, where the diabetic requires manual injections of insulin. I evaluated my situation and decided that something had to be done—and this was research a cure for type 2 diabetes. I then visited other doctors, including Eastern doctors. All confirmed that type 2 diabetes could be reversed and cured. Thus, I felt spurred on to pursue research for a cure.
            With the knowledge that this condition could be cured, I was struck with the realization that, along with millions of other diabetics, I had been kept in the dark. For me, this fact was supported by Dr. David R. Hawkins Ph.D., world renowned psychiatrist, in his book Power vs Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior in which he proposes that society is often misled: deceived and kept from the truth.

There is absolutely no evidence, scientific or non-scientific, in any form whatsoever, that type 2 diabetes is not a reversible condition or that type 2 diabetes is a disease that cannot be cured. I would not have hesitated to only manage the condition if there had been scientific proof that demonstrated that this particular condition, once acquired, is permanent and that all one can do is manage it.

They were experienced medical doctors I consulted with, including naturopaths, Western and Eastern doctors, even pharmacists, who all said that type 2 diabetes could be reversed or cured.

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