The End of Diabetes: The Eat to Live Plan to Prevent and Reverse Diabetes

The New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Live and Super Immunity and one of the country’s leading experts on preventive medicine offers a scientifically proven, practical program to prevent and reverse diabetes—without drugs.

At last, a breakthrough program to combat the rising diabetes epidemic and help millions of diabetics, as well as those suffering with high blood pressure and heart disease. Dr. Joel Fuhrman, the research director of the nutritional research project of the National Health Association, shows you how to live a long, healthy, and happy life—disease free. He offers a complete health transformation, starting with a diet with a high nutrient-per-calorie ratio that can be adapted for individual needs.

Dr. Fuhrman makes clear that we don’t have to “control” diabetes. Patients can choose to follow better nutritional guidelines that will control it for them, even before they have lost excess weight. The end result is a medical breakthrough—a comprehensive reversal of the disease.


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3 comments for “The End of Diabetes: The Eat to Live Plan to Prevent and Reverse Diabetes

  1. Ken Wagner
    July 10, 2013 at 9:12 PM

    Highly recommended for those seeking an alternative to the conventional diabetes treatments of drugs, pills, and injections! Diabetes is a terrible and tragic disease. It’s terrible because of the awful effects that diabetes has on the body, things like heart disease, blindness, nerve damage, and amputations. It’s tragic because diabetes is both preventable and reversible.Joel Fuhrman’s new book, “The End of Diabetes” takes his seminal book on nutrition, “Eat to Live”, and applies it to reversing diabetes. Those who are familiar with Fuhrman’s work will know that the key to reversing the disease causing effects of the Standard American Diet (SAD) is nutritional excellence. He calls his approach to plant based, high nutrient eating a “Nutritarian” diet.In “The End of Diabetes” Fuhrman is careful to lay out the causes of diabetes, the traditional approach to managing the disease and how these approaches fail to address the real problems creating the problem. The message is don’t just treat the effects of diabetes, that’s a losing game. Instead, eliminate the cause of the diabetes directly!His approach is based on years of experience successfully treating those with chronic conditions that traditional medicine has failed to help. The book provides ample examples of folks who have been successful in their efforts to restore their health through the Nutritarian approach.Included in the book:* A brief guide to understanding diabetes* Don’t medicate, eradicate the disease* A comparison of the SAD and the “Nutritarian” diet* Reversing diabetes by understanding hunger – both true hunger and toxic* What about high protein, low-carb diets* Phenomenal fiber in beans – (did you know that there are really three types of fiber?)* The truth about fat – (hint, you need good fats)* The “Nutritarian” diet in action* Six steps to achieving our health goals* Special information for doctors and patients* FAQs* Menus (two weeks) and recipesThe book is a must have for those seeking to address the root cause of diabetes and those who want to reduce or eliminate the use of drugs to treat their disease.

  2. B. Tupper
    July 11, 2013 at 2:37 AM

    A choice to make I find the negative comments on this book rather enlightening. Essentially, they all said something like: I don’t want to eat that way, so the book doesn’t suit me. In the first month following the program outlined in this book, I dropped my blood pressure from about 150 to 120 and fasting glucose average from about 240 to 120. So, Hey, I can get along without pizza and donuts in order to add a dozen healthy years to my life. I think that is a reasonable choice. If someone would rather cut his life short by enjoying gluttony, that’s a choice he is entitled to make. But he shouldn’t blame the author of the book for it.

  3. wvdavisiii
    July 11, 2013 at 2:38 AM

    A Win Against Diabetes Is Within Your Reach Clearly spells what you have to do with your diet to overcome diabetes. Even includes a 2 week food plan with recipes. They reason I didn’t give it 5 stars was that about halfway through the book you find out you need to buy a $500 Vitamix blender. It would be extremely difficult to follow this ‘nutritarian’ (vegan?) diet otherwise, I think. And there is apparently no competition in the high end market of blenders.Also, the book tends to lead you his website for further information and possible purchases of dressings, recipes, etc. Yes, one needs to get paid for their hard work and time spent. However, I have chosen to find alternative recipe sources in books and there appear to be quite a few.I bought the Eat to Live book first and though there is quite a bit of overlap. Get one or the other depending on whether you are diabetic or heading for it using the Standard American Diet.Lastly, I’m currently doing the Newcastle University diabetes low calories diet and I think this might be a better entry point into Dr. Fuhrman’s ‘nutritarian’ diet: [...]

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