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Richard – How I Beat Diabetes
Listen to Richard talk about how he was able to reverse his diabetes in just a few months.
How to Reverse Diabetes Naturally
An explanation of the principles behind the Intensive Dietary Management Program and how it works to naturally reverse diabetes. This video is from our first Town Hall meeting.
IDM Patient Profile May 2014: Desmond
IDM Patient Profile May 2014: Desmond Desmond has been a patient of Dr. Fung’s since 2006 after it was discovered he had renal cell carcinoma (kidney cancer) of the right kidney, and had to have the entire kidney removed following his triple bypass surgery in 2005. Desmond before joining the IDM Program Like many patients...
Diabetes Success Story II – RC
We have had tremendous success reversing type 2 Diabetes in our Intensive Dietary Management Program. We apply the same principles that we outline here for the treatment of obesity to type 2 diabetes since they are two sides of the same coin. I wanted to share a nice letter I recently received from a reader,...
Having the Right Dietary Fats in Your Diet – IDM V
Sorry everyone, you have been misinformed! This has most likely led us to consume artificially made fats and diets high in carbohydrates. We now have skyrocketing rates of cardiovascular disease across North America. If you want to protect yourself against heart disease you better consume a moderate intake of natural dietary fats and limit your...
Insulin Toxicity and How to Cure Type II Diabetes
A discussion of how insulin causes diabetes. By applying logical principles we discuss rational treatment of diabetes and how it can be cured.
Why Dietary Cholesterol is Important – IDM IV
Cholesterol is not the evil, dietary monster it is made out to be! It is one of the most misunderstood substances on the planet, and consuming it in your diet could be lifesaving. We would not be able to survive without it because it is such a vital nutrient. Cholesterol, located in the plasma membrane...
IDM Patient Profile of the Month: Richard & Janette
IDM Patient Profile April 2014: Richard We are pleased to introduce a new monthly feature to the IDM program where we will profile one of our patients. This month we profile Richard and his wife Janette, on their experiences following the program. Many of you might know Richard and Janette. Richard often comes and...
Understanding Digestion: Why You Should Eat Carbohydrates With Fat, Fibre, and Vinegar – IDM III
In our previous post we discussed how the rate of digestion of different carbohydrates can affect our blood sugar levels. Carbohydrates are chains of sugars. They used to be classified by simple (1-2 sugars) versus complex (long chains). This was not very useful because it did not help us figure out the speed of digestion....
Carbohydrates and the Faulty GI Index – IDM II
Canadians consume approximately 43 pounds of added sugar per person, per year. That is 43 pounds of sugar that is added to our foods through processing (1). This does not include naturally occurring sugars consumed from fruits, vegetables and dairy. That is a whole lot of sugar and makes up 11% of our daily caloric intake (1)....
Diabetes Success Story I – Mr "S"
I received a very nice letter from Mr "S" about his success in conquering type 2 diabetes. I've edited it slightly and reprinted it here with his permission. My story by "Mr S" I am a professional in my mid to late 30's who works in a highly controlled and secure industry at which safety is paramount and who lives...
Breakfast or “To Break Your Fast” – IDM I
You have probably heard that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” more times than you could ever count. This mantra often came from the most reputable sources you had as a child: your parents, grandparents and teachers. This message has been ingrained into your belief system since you were a toddler, and...