Mainstream medicine considers type 2 diabetes to be an irreversible, incurable disease. This is one of the greatest fallacies and abominations in the world today. It is painlessly simple to prevent, complete reversal is a totally tangible goal, and in the rare cases in which reversal is not possible, there are easy and practical ways to live a long, healthy, and prosperous life as a type 2 diabetic without complications.
Even the disease itself is so misunderstood by mainstream health authorities and dieticians alike that it is almost hard not to laugh at the beliefs they have about its causation. They assert that eating a high-fat, high-calorie diet and not getting enough exercise is the CAUSE of type 2 diabetes. Their only challengers assert that eating carbohydrates causes type 2 diabetes! I swear, I’m not making this up. People with advanced medical degrees and the word Harvard in their resume really believe this stuff!
Get ready for a good chuckle at their expense, as I reveal how I dropped my fasting blood sugar by 26% in less than a month by eating a diet that’s high in saturated fat, high-glycemic carbohydrates, and calories while sitting in front of a computer writing this eBook in lieu of exercise.
Make no mistake, 180 Degree Diabetes is your life raft in a sea of stupidity and misconception surrounding the phenomenon of insulin resistance – a metabolic disturbance that can lead to obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and poor overall health over time. This eBook contains information that is so far advanced in its understanding of poor blood glucose regulation that it makes modern health movements from the low-fat, low-calorie standard to low-carb mania look pathetically oversimplified, ignorant, and mind-bogglingly impotent.
180 Degree Diabetes opens up a whole new door of ideas and understanding on the subject, provides priceless information on how to stop the degenerative march to diabetes from a prevention standpoint, and even serves up an assortment of effective type 2 diabetes reversal protocols that can be used by some to totally eradicate the disease.
No more bowing to the Medical, Diet, and Pharmaceutical Masters of the Universe. It’s time, not to stick yourself with insulin injections, but to stick it to the man – understanding and overcoming insulin resistance and high blood sugars once and for all using an approach that no other medical or nutrition mind has ever even thought to try.
Every other book that has been published on the topic of type 2 diabetes is a complete joke in comparison to 180 Degree Diabetes. Add it to your library and see what all this fuss is about.
Published December 2009
180 Degree Diabetes is also included in the 180 Platinum Collection.
“When I started reading 180 Degree Health about a year ago my glucose was hovering dangerously in the 400-500 range. I was doing “low carb” at the time. After making adjustments in my diet to include starch in proportion to protein (with the fat intact) and eating to appetite my sugars are now in the 200′s. Big difference. As I continue to heal I expect to overcome my Type II diabetes completely.”
“Just got some labs back and thought I’d share them with you. I am quite pleased with my blood sugars and insulin levels.
For reference here is my PRIOR glucose and insulin labs (while eating a low-carb diet):
Glucose 95 (60-110)
Insulin: 33 (3-22)
And Now My Current Labs…
May 2011 (Four months of eating a high starch low PUFA diet – about 250 carbs daily)
Glucose: 49 (65-100) *
Adiponectin: 2.3 (>2.7)
Insulin: 4.7 (functional range <5.4 IU/m; normal lab range 3-22)
HOMA-IR: 0.6 (<2.8) ***
*I have no idea why my glucose is so low. I did not feel even slightly hypoglycaemic. I generally feel fantastic in terms of hunger and cravings so am slightly puzzled. Still, if the test was performed using a normal lab range of 50-110; I would only be slightly under it. Still, I think a FBG of 49 is a HECK of a lot better than a FBG of 97!
*** My previous HOMA-IR was 4.1. HOMA-IR is a marker of insulin resistance and diabetes risk, so I was clearly extremely insulin resistant and now appear to have an extremely LOW level of insulin resistance.
“My BG is better… Yesterday my fasting BG was 68.”
Day 39 update:
“My fasting glucose started in the low 100’s and has only dropped to a consistent 93, better but I still obviously need it lower. Then my 1 hour postprandial glucose reading jumps all over from 199 at first and then on different days 140’s or 150’s. It has been in the 110’s and low 120’s lately and I get excited it’s improving…
[My husband’s] fasting glucose has stayed even at around 87. His postprandial glucose readings have gone from the 120’s and 130’s to a typical 103.”
“Finally, my blood sugar control is better. A lot better! When I used to eat ice cream, I would immediately get the high blood sugar headache and thirst, and then the crash would come an hour later followed by the insane desire to eat more ice cream and anything else that gets in the way. I don’t get the headaches anymore! Nor does my blood sugar crash and nor do I feel the desire to go on some psychotic ice cream binge. I have no idea why eating starch would improve my blood sugar control like this, but it does. It could be elf magic or nanobots for all I care, it works!”
Here’s an excerpt:
“I believe with all my heart, that some of the most exciting and paradigm-shattering advice on stopping the diabetes process can be found in this book. Insulin resistance, the underlying disorder behind most cases of overweight, obesity, and type 2 diabetes – amongst other modern ills, is considered to be difficult to reverse. It’s thought to be a condition that just develops with age. It’s part of the natural aging process…
Nothing that I’ve come across that has ventured beyond conventional “wisdumb,” has suggested anything but the opposite. Melvin Page, for example, the Godfather of proper glucose metabolism in a sense, brought 33% of a group of 480 patients with impaired glucose metabolism back to normal on his diet. That’s right, a little tweak in the diet, without restriction of fats, carbohydrates, proteins, or overall calories – fixed 1 in 3 people. That, in and of itself, is a pretty amazing feat. But that’s not the amazing part. The amazing part is that those results were achieved in THREE F’ING DAYS! Imagine how many could have healed following his diet by the end of a month!
Joel Fuhrman claims that “More than 90 percent of my diabetic patients who were on insulin at the time of their first visit got off all insulin within the first month.” I’d call that somewhat promising as well.
Broda Barnes, an endocrinologist that dedicated his career to insuring that all of his 2,000 or so patients had an optimized metabolism, as gauged by having a morning basal body temperature (armpit temp) between 97.8 and 98.2 degrees F, had a grand total of ZERO patients develop type 2 diabetes under his care. That doesn’t sound so hopeless does it? That doesn’t sound like genetic predetermination to get the disease if you ask me.”