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Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes: Reversing 40 Years of Lies

Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes: Reversing 40 Years of Lies

November 18, 2023

Why is diabetes so much more common today than it used to be? This week, Dr. Jason Nobles takes a step back to go over that very question. Topics covered include:

  • The lies you’ve been told about diabetes and sugar, and where those lies came from. (Also: why the food pyramid is not the answer, and how to reverse things.)
  • Diabetes by the numbers – what’s the actual state of things? (Did you know 40% of adults are expected to develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime?)
  • Sugar is more addictive than cocaine, and leads to seven of the ten leading causes of death in the US

Learn the truth to take back control of your health – no more lies! Just be warned; once you learn the truth, you can’t unlearn it.

For further reading, check out these articles:

Type 1 Diabetes: Can You Reverse it Naturally? – The Wellness Way

Diabetes: What You Need to Know – The Wellness Way

More Adolescents with Prediabetes + Future Insulin Shortages = Time for Different Approach (thewellnessway.com)

Sugar Shrinks Your Brain: Alzheimer’s Disease is “Type 3” Diabetes (thewellnessway.com)

“Diabetes” Testing is DANGEROUSLY Incomplete! | The Wellness Way

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