26 September 2023

Life Without Diabetes

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Reviewed by Rama Gaind.

By Professor Roy Taylor, Simon & Schuster, $29.99.

This is a ‘Definitive Guide to Understanding and Reversing Your Type 2 Diabetes’. It reports a significant medical breakthrough — a scientifically proven program for managing and reversing Type 2 Diabetes at any stage of health.

The fastest growing disease in the world, Type 2 diabetes has long been regarded as an incurable, lifelong condition that becomes progressively worse over time, resulting in pain, loss of vision, amputation and even premature death. Now there is hope.

Regarded as the diabetes reversal pioneer, Professor Taylor found the missing piece of the jigsaw in 2006 explaining that it was actually a reversible condition.

With his team of researchers at Newcastle University, he launched a series of studies leading to a noteworthy trial, which in 2019 confirmed that simple advice about diet could bring about lasting remission.

This book contains all the knowledge and experience gleaned from 40 years of treating people with diabetes. He explains exactly what is happening in the body as Type 2 diabetes develops and shows how it’s possible and how — beyond it — you can live a full and healthy life.

You can quickly pick up the essence of the book by reading the Quick Read boxes at the end of each chapter, and maybe looking at the pictures. This book provides information, but not personal medical advice because “if you are already in treatment for diabetes, do discuss with your doctor or a diabetes nurse before making changes”.

“I will also offer practical and validate advice on how to enjoy life while remaining free of the diseases. I want every reader to come away with an understanding of how the body handles food, what goes wrong in the case of what we know to be a relatively simple disease, and that must be on in order to escape from its clutches.”

One of the world’s leading experts hopes this book will explain to anyone with Type 2 diabetes how it may be possible to return to full health.

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