I was planning a long overdue update of this website with new and more detailed science based information, some that I learned about in college science courses, about my experiences with diabetes. As it stands the old content reflects only half of my current experience. In 2019 I was able to achieve a 92% reversal of my diabetes and maintain it for a month. The way there was remarkably simple but incredibly difficult or impossible for most people to do. The problem is overnutrition. The secret is in the distribution. It requires a strong will, extensive daily exercise (for me 3-4 hours of walking.) A raw vegan diet that is low in fat, adequate in protein, and minimal in carbohydrates in proportion to physical activity with normal daily caloric intake. And a daily multivitamin that contains 18 mg of iron. For The problem is overnutrition. The primary drivers of diabetes are 1. fat consumption and storage 2. Excess proteins 3. Carbohydrates in excess of needs resulting in fat storage. As simple as that sounds there are also many pitfuls and dangers to inexperienced diabetics that I have to warn about because there is a constant threat of hypoglycemia. As you can image, no doctor will recommend anything like this. The same regimen can also stall and go nowhere. The art was finding the tipping points. I was struggling with how to present my story, keeping some of the old format but then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and so I was unable to continue. But now I realize that some of the very arguments I wanted to make have been made for me but have now been hijacked by anti-science misinformation, COVID deniers, and antivaxxers. How society deals with the pandemic illustrates the many reasons why we are not preventing and revesing diabetes as a society. Nobody wants to follow simple sound advice. Diabetes is very much a problem of how our society functions as it is a personal problem and tragedy as well. So, now I must rethink the entire project. I had useful insights to share that could be useful to mankind regarding diabetes and general health but the pandemic has made me aware that society at large is not ready to make use of these insights. I have deep respect for the medical profession even though the majority of my diabetic experience with the medical profession has not been a positive one. I strongly believe in science and that the goal of science is to find truth, and so my critic has been for the purpose expanding scientific medical knowledge for the benefit of all and righting the wrong. I have several medical reforms I would like to see: 1. Stimulated (by elevated blood glucose) C-Peptide testing with a concurrent blood glucose test. 2. Doctors and healthcare professionals should have extensive trainining in nutrition and food science 3. Take up at least one traditional natural medicine modality such as accupuncture, Chinese or western herbal medicine, etc. I have received a total of three shots of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine in 2021 with no issues other than minor fatigue and minor pain at injection site lasting not more than a day, only with the first shot.
I had the honor of meeting Dr. Kirt Tyson on Nov. 9, 2013 at a student Discovery Day event at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. Dr. Tyson was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (GAD positive, low c-peptide, and blood glucose over 300 at time of C-peptide test) in 2005, he is a 2011 graduate of SCNM and he shares how he was able to reverse his diabetes in his book available from Amazon.
Paul Tubiana investigates how his diabetes was misdiagnosed as a child, because doctors failed to perform a C-Peptide Test. His breakthrough analysis uncovers startling connections between nutrition, infections, and diabetes -- important information for anyone affected by diabetes today.
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