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Tuesday, 9 May 2017

We knew how to reverse type two diabetes in 1917

Diabetes is now a run away train. It’s out of control, around the world, hundreds of millions of people have joined the club, no one wants to join. The epidemics of type two diabetes, and it’s often linked obesity, are going to get far worse the experts tell us. Big pharma knows this, big pharma can hear the big cash register ringing. My opinion on big pharma, and many of it’s drugs is well known. Many have proved to be next to useless, and others banned for killing people. There was a time when no drugs were available, for the control of diabetes, and many type two diabetics lived long and active lives. Many feel Dr. Atkins was the start of the low carb diet, but low carbing for improved health goes back to the days of William Banting.

The link below will take you to a free of charge read on line digitalized book, on the best diet for diabetics, before big pharma loaded the dice, and diet and exercise kept people healthy, and in control of their diabetes. I urge you to take a look. I have left the book open at pages 12 and 13, foods of great value and foods to avoid. Many will not be surprised to see, nothing has changed in one hundred years, in the best way to control type two diabetes. Diet and exercise and nil/minimal medication.



Diabetic Cookery Recipes And Menus by Rebecca W Oppenheimer printed 1917

Check this link out here, a fantastic read and well worth your time.

Eddie

19 comments:

Ela said...

Thank you for sharing this really interesting post !!
Happy May !

AJ Vosse said...

Hi Eddie,

Thanks for all you do! I hope you don't mind but I'm going to do another post in a few days time and place a link to this page... and nick a copy of the photo! Really great to know how the BIG's have BIG BULLED us for so long!

Linda said...

Amazing, Eddie. Thank you so much for sharing.

Lowcarb team member said...

"AJ Vosse said...
Hi Eddie,

Thanks for all you do! I hope you don't mind but I'm going to do another post in a few days time and place a link to this page... and nick a copy of the photo! Really great to know how the BIG's have BIG BULLED us for so long!"

Please feel free to take anything from this blog. Thanks for the kind words.

Eddie

Jutta K. said...

I am impressives about this contribution anno 1917
How could it come so far that we are now completely wrongly advised by the official dieticians for DiabetesTyp 2.
Still carbohydrates are empholen.
I am excited about this report.
Thank you for your always interesting and enlightening topics.
Unfortunately, I have to use a transliter, but I hope you understand what I mean.

Warm regards from Germany

Lowcarb team member said...

Thanks for the comments folks. Jutta I understand exactly what you are saying.

Good health to all.

Eddie

^.^ said...

I'm not a diabetic nor am I overweight, but had a dislike for sweets for a couple of years now ... don't know though whether I could ever live without some grains and potatoes ... lasted on keto for only 3 days, then started to become weak and shaky big time ... so now I modify, and am doing well. Thanks for stopping by my blog ... smiles ... Love, cat.

only slightly confused said...

Old advice that stands the test of time.

Linda said...

Just wanted to say one more thing. I am not a diabetic either, (at least haven't been diagnosed as such thus far), but I love this blog and the posts you share. And I am not a fan of Big Pharma, trying to use food as medicine as much as I can. After all, food was used way before medicine even came about, and it is far more effective with no side effects or chemicals that can be found in the medications today. Thank you so much for sharing. :)

Jan said...

Wonderful post Eddie. Thank you for all of the wonderful information that you, Jan and the lowcarb team research and share with us~

Connie said...

And then along came fast food.

Jenn Jilks said...

It's so difficult to change habits. You do good work.

Sandra Cox said...

I didn't realize saccharin has been around this long.

River said...

Thank you for this book. I'll take my time reading it, perhaps just dip in now and again when I have time to spare.

Linda said...

Interesting. I remember that my aunt treated her diabetes with diet. She lost quite a bit of weight and did well.

baili said...

i think it is a kind of worship that you are doing here.
my mother had disease
i many times been taken test for this which are negative until now but can't say what will say the next result.
i appreciate your efforts to bring awareness for this my friend.
God bless you

Margaret-whiteangel said...

Interesting to read from the past.

Sami said...

Interesting news Jan.

Magic Love Crow said...

This is amazing! Thanks for sharing!