Ex-Diabetic: Your Guide to Quitting Type 2 Diabetes and Living Without It!

Ex-Diabetic: Your Guide to Quitting Type 2 Diabetes and Living Without It!

by Brian Wade Hitchcock

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Ex-Diabetic: Your Guide to Quitting Type 2 Diabetes and Living Without It! by Brian Wade Hitchcock

This is not a book about "living with", "managing", or "taking care of" your diabetes. It is about GETTING RID of it - and getting on with your life!

I had Type 2 diabetes for more than fifteen years. In the spring of 2011, I weighed 275 lbs. (severely obese). I was taking eight pills a day for my various "conditions" (high blood sugar, plus high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and depression); and I was injecting insulin daily.

These drugs weren't making me feel any better, and they weren't fixing my diabetes. I was discouraged, and felt doomed to a downward descent toward a destiny of death. I was desperate for an alternative.

On March 16, 2011, I made a radical change, and began a new lifestyle. Seven weeks later, my blood sugar was down enough that my MD took me off insulin. Within six months, I had quit all the pills; my blood sugar was normal. By December, I had lost 70 lbs - I was happy and healthy, and felt ten years younger. I had become an EX-Diabetic.

YOU CAN QUIT type 2 diabetes . This book explains how. It debunks the deluge of media disinformation about food, dieting, digestion, diabetes and prescription drugs, which has left millions of Americans fat, sick, and drugged for life. And it shows you the simple principles and eating habits you can use to become and remain an EX-Diabetic.

Order it today, for yourself or for someone you love

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781493147991
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 08/28/2014
Pages: 372
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)

About the Author

Brian Wade Hitchcock grew up near Seattle. He earned a bachelor of arts in philosophy from the University of Washington. He has worked as a cook's helper, carpenter, painter, locksmith, programmer/analyst, editor, and technical writer. He is a Fellow of the Life Management Institute.

Mr. Hitchcock, a widower with two grown children and two grandchildren, currently lives in southern California. He is available for radio interviews and in-person speaking engagements.

Contact him at: brian@Living-Without-Diabetes.com

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