In September 2009, my family doctor, Dr. Robinson, diagnosed me as a type 2 diabetic. My blood glucose level was so high that his face turned red as he viewed my test results. “Do you know the danger you are in?” he asked me. “You are not far from going into cardiac arrest.”
Signs of diabetes
I had been experiencing signs of diabetes that I was not aware were signs of diabetes. I was having extreme cravings for sweets, which I indulged. I experienced rapid weight-loss and frequent urination for several weeks. At first, I was so happy that I had gone from 215 pounds down to 180 pounds in two months.
In the third month after these symptoms had begun, each morning when I went to the washroom, I would see a sticky, whitish substance on my tongue and in the corners of my eyes. I didn’t know what this was so I went to my doctor. He sent me for tests that morning and by 1 p.m., his receptionist called and asked me to rush back to his office.
A diagnosis of type 2 diabetes
Dr. Robinson immediately informed me that I had become diabetic. According to him, the whitish, sticky substance coming out of my tongue and the corners of my eyes was excess sugar buildup exiting my body. When he said this, I went into shock. I sat staring at the wall, speechless. This was followed by a feeling of disappointment since I believed it was my actions that had put me in this position. My next reaction was denial. A few days later, when I had settled down, I had to accept reality.
My doctor put me on large doses of Metformin. The next thing I knew, I woke up one morning and couldn’t see. I thought I had gone blind and started panicking. People appeared as a blur. I could make out the shape of cars. Large apartment buildings were vague structures. A friend helped me and called Dr. Robinson, who explained that the sugar was beginning to withdraw from my body, including from my eyes, causing my vision to shut down. He said that it should return to normal within four weeks.
The permanent cure for diabetes
I didn’t know that diabetes type 2 could be permanently cured and had always thought that it was a permanent disease that had to be managed by taking medication. Adding to this was the fact that my doctor prescribed medication for me, just like all doctors do for their newly-diagnosed diabetics. I was not happy with the circumstance I had put myself in. Frustrated, I went back to me doctor and asked him point blank, “Dr. Robinson, can type 2 diabetes be cured?” He replied, “Yes.” He then explained what cured means, which is that after the diabetes is reversed and it does not return for two years, it is considered cured. Interestingly, I discovered that there was no research to indicate that type 2 diabetes could not be cured. This led me to work with a total of five doctors while I researched a cure.
As a result, I developed a three-part program and tested it. After some adjustments, on the third trial, I succeeded in reversing my diabetes in 21 days. The process was quick because I was already managing the diabetes with medication. The day my doctor pronounced me diabetes-free, he said, “Congratulations. I am so proud of you. So tell me. How did you do it?”
He continued, “In my 40 years of practicing medicine, you are only the second patient I have seen who was able to reverse his diabetes. You are unique.”
I told him that since I now know, first hand, that both pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes can be cured, I need to help others. To this he replied, “That is an excellent idea!” Each time I tell people my story, they ask, “How did you do it?”
Some time ago, WebMD—a healthcare information provider to doctors and consumers—sent a Ph.D.-educated person to interview me. During the interview, the lady confirmed that type 2 diabetes can be cured. My story was published by WebMD in their magazine WebMD Diabetes as well as on their website. You can see me reading the article in a video on this website.
Other researchers, including one, Dr McInnes, who specializes in curing type 2 diabetes, published an article in which she clearly stated that type 2 diabetes can be reversed and cured with exercise and a calorie-reduced diet.
I have included my before and after the cure test results, as well as my doctor’s hand-written testimonial for you see by going through this link, Diabetes: My Story. My blood glucose level when the diabetes was reversed had been brought down to 6.2 millimoles. My blood pressure was excellent, according to my doctor. My A1C was 5.5—absolutely incredible results. These are the kind of results you should seek.
I help pre-diabetics and type 2 diabetics reverse and cure their condition. I invite you to take the first step by trying my program and seeing your own amazing results. Order here.