The End of Diabetes

The End of Diabetes

The Eat to Live Plan to Prevent and Reverse Diabetes

Book - 2012
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Publisher: New York : HarperOne, [2012]
ISBN: 9780062219978
Characteristics: 301 p. ; 24 cm


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Sep 01, 2019

All though some of my relatives had diabetes, my dad lived until 63 years old without diabetes.
First of all he used to pray before dinner. That way he was relaxed.
He used to wake up at 8:00am .
First thing in the morning he used to have 8 oz of tea with milk and sugar and a piece of rusk(a kind of toasted bread).
After bathing, his breakfast was 1 and a 1/2 cup of kanji made from parboiled rice and 4 tbsp of beans or lentils curry.
At 11:00 am 8 oz tea with milk and sugar.
At 1:00pm, lunch was 1 cup of parboiled rice + 1 piece of fish with gravy(fish curry)+12 oz of parboiled rice water(That was the easiest soup one can make).
At 4 0'Clock 8oz tea with milk and sugar.
After coming from office at 5:30, 8oz tea with milk and sugar.
8:00 pm 2 pegs of alcohol drink.
10:00 pm he prayed for 1/2 an hour
After prayer Dinner was the same as lunch.
Some times he enjoyed a 1/4 cup of fruit. mango, guava, papaya, jackfruit, pineapple, grapes,apple-like that. That was not eaten by part of any meal. It was eaten separately.
Beef curry was served on Sunday. 1 pound of beef for 5 member family. It was prepared by my Mom by adding 4 pounds of vegetables like raw plantain, breadfruit, green papaya, yucca, yam, and Chinese potato and masalas.

Jun 18, 2013

I like the way in which great foods comes across, like the content of the food doesn't make it more appealing to eat after you eaten garbage edibles all your life.

Jun 17, 2013

With an open mind, I found this book very informative. I have been giving it a shot, and one week in I feel like a new person and my blood sugar is better then ever. My weight is dropping quickly as well.


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Jan 07, 2015

Unfortunately, treated diabetes with medication gives patients a false sense of security because they mistakenly think their somewhat controlled glucose levels mean they are healthy. Whether patients have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, or any other risk factor, the use of medication takes the emphasis away from the complete overhaul of the lifestyle and diet style that is absolutely essential to save their life.


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