Nutrition therapy for diabetes


According to the Anglo-Saxon definition, remission is “the state of absence of disease activity in patients with a chronic illness, with the possibility of return of disease activity”. In other words, a chronic illness may disappear, but it is also possible that it will return. Remission commonly occurs in rheumatic diseases that can subside on their own and remain absent for the rest of the patient's life. For the medicalised world, remission means that it is not possible without medication. Even if remission would occur one way or another, patients are forced to take drugs. Every so often I see patients who have been prescribed strong medication due to ankylosing spondylitis. In reality, ankylosing spondylitis is a juvenile condition that in the majority of cases disappears on its own without any medication. X-rays of the spine taken later on in life reveal changes in the joints as a sign that something had occurred at some point in the patient's life. I have, however, met quite a few patients who have been put on massive doses of drugs when these alterations have been detected, even though the disease itself would have been in remission for decades. This is another example of how medicine has collapsed and, instead of a doctor, it is the pharmaceutical industry that holds the reigns and defines what is true and what is not. Care trends are created at evening get-togethers over a glass of wine. According the medical elite, clinical experience is not reality. The list could go on and on. In order to keep their posts, competent doctors remain silent.

Remission is possible without medication. In many cases, a change of lifestyle also creates a change in the course of the disease. Rheumatic diseases are autoimmune diseases with a very strong nutritional background. Another disease in which remission readily occurs is type 2 diabetes. If you change your diet to the way in which diabetes was treated previously, or reduce carbohydrates and remove sugar from your diet, drugs are just not necessary. Over time, excess carbohydrates and sugar cause diabetes in those people who have a hereditary predisposition for the disease. The same applies to smoking. Not everyone gets sick even if they smoke. Many people know of a grandpa or grandma who smokes like a chimney but is healthy. We just do not know who will fall ill and who will not, so it is better not to smoke because the diseases triggered by smoking take you to an early grave. And even if you quit smoking, remission usually no longer occurs. In the case of sugar, the situation is different. If the patient gains weight and begins to suffer from elevated blood pressure, lipid values become mixed up and blood sugar begins to fluctuate; a change of diet brings remission to every patient who makes these changes. Complete remission can be achieved even if the disease has progressed to a point where the patient takes a large number of different drugs and there have been desperate attempts to keep the blood sugar down even with insulin – something that is senseless in the treatment of type 2 diabetes and will take the patient to an early grave. I have experience with diabetes remission in the case of more than 3,000 patients – something which is not science according to the medical elite. On the other hand, the medicalised treatment method created by the elite cannot present any remission cases, but the disease continues and it is artificially maintained to keep the pharmaceutical trade going. Where are the treatment results from the official side?

Remission can also be achieved in many diseases other than diabetes. You only need advice and a little support, and in many cases the impossible becomes possible. For this reason, I have created an online club that has worked really well.

Here is an example of remission from a person that I have not met. He did everything on his own after reading my book:

Based on personal experience, I can guarantee that a low carbohydrate diet is excellent for the treatment of type 2 diabetes: In February 2014, my fasting glucose level was 15.2 and the doctor kept forcing drugs on me. I did not want to increase my arsenal of drugs anymore, but via many twists and turns, I found Antti's book Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes. I followed the instructions in the book and now, approximately a year later, I have lost 30 kg and my fasting glucose level is between 4.9 and 5.3. I eat good, tasty food and even get drunk every now and then ;-) At the same time, other people with the same condition keep putting on weight but are happy because they can continue eating cakes and sweets. To quote Antti: ʽI took the matter into my own hands’. I am happy that I am not making the rich pharmaceutical companies even richer, but instead use my money on good, high-quality food. I RECOMMEND THIS! Beware of two-faced ʽexperts’ who are only puppets of the industry!