I’ve seen DeWayne McCulley on YouTube with his lively and humorous talks about curing diabetes. In the book, DeWayne’s accent and humor is toned down to a formal manner. Hey, this is book form.
Now I liked the book. The title is catchy. Since in the USA the word “cure” is illegal to use, DeWayne resorts to “death to diabetes” and diabetes “wellness”. I don’t live in the USA so I say cure. This book is a large of component of the cure for MOST diabetes cases.
I like the charts, I like the methodologies, this is an absolute beginner’s book. Written for the usual joe who has never ever been exposed to cures. The diets are transitional, people are used to these kinds of complicated ways of eating and DeWayne teaches them how to do it right. The book can be used as a general wellness guide for any health problem that can be addressed via diet and some detoxes.
Diabetics will love the credible tone as DeWayne’s blood sugar rose to fantastic heights that put him into a coma, but later on with the help of his mother, daughter and sister, he found his cure for his diabetes. I think it was his mother who initially knew the cure for diabetes, DeWayne’s experience and methodical thinking allowed him to write the cure in book form.
Diabetics will love the chapters on how to wean yourself away from drugs until you totally get rid of all drugs. Now that is what I call a cure. No drugs, no supplements, for the rest of your life.
I do hope that in future versions of Death to Diabetes, DeWayne adds raw foodism as the fast way of getting things done. I’d suggest to DeWayne to add raw paleolithic dieting with high saturated raw fats as an alternative diet. Of course, your animal foods must be organic when eating raw animal foods.
I am pretty sure a man like DeWayne will continuously be improving and expanding his knowledge every year of his life.
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