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    Type 2 patients! Reverse your diabetes. Gain control of your eating habits!

    If you have Type 2 diabetes, whether recently diagnosed or ongoing for years, this audiobook will open your eyes to a new type of thinking about the real cause of your diabetes and the right cure that will reverse it. After listening to this audiobook, whatever you thought about diabetes will change. If you think that diabetes is your destiny because one or both of your parents had it, you will learn that what you have inherited is only a potential. 

    If you think Type 2 diabetes cannot be “cured,” this audiobook will show a completely different picture. The fact is, you can reverse high blood sugar and diabetes in as little as 8 weeks using the 8 steps in this audiobook.

    Diabetes affects more than 23 million people in the US. Most diabetics are treated with medications or insulin injections to control their diabetes, yet they still develop the complications of the condition. Diabetes is considered to be the 3rd leading cause of death in the US. 1 in every 4 adults over age 65 has diabetes.

    "Health professionals have failed to teach people about the true nature of diabetes," says Dr. John Poothullil." This is now a national epidemic that is dangerous and costly. Although there is awareness about diabetes, people are unaware that it is truly preventable and reversible by a simple change in diet."  

    Based on twenty years of research, Dr. John shows that diabetes is caused by the consumption of grains, such as wheat, barley, rice, oats, corn, and the many products made with flour from these grains. 

    When people excessively consume grains, it fills their fat cells and eventually forces a normal body metabolism to go haywire, leaving glucose in the bloodstream. This causes high blood -- and when that continues for a long period of time, it results in diabetes. This analysis of diabetes makes far more sense than the insulin resistance theory.

    ©2017 John M. Poothullil (P)2017 John M. Poothullil

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