Diabetes Diet

Here you will find all the articles on this site that deal with the topic of diabetes diet.

By Charlie G ❘ 2013

20th June marked 15 years since I was hospitalized and diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. On the one hand, it seems like yesterday. On the other hand, it seems long ago, as if it had happened to another person. It seems as if the young person I was (23 years old) when I made my debut was quite different from the person that I am today. And indeed, I’m quite different. I want to take this opportunity to do a little summary of the past 15 years and give you an update about my diabetes, what I’m doing, and the results I’m getting. From young, insecure man to parent and author I have several theories as to what caused my diabetes. Although I’m not one hundred percent sure which one was the trigger, I have an intuition that makes me believe quite securely in one or two of these hypotheses […]

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By Charlie G ❘ 2007

This time I would like to write a bit more about Dr. Schnitzers Diabetes Healing Diet. The author developed this therapy / diet after having avoided multiple leg amputations due to gangrene caused by diabetes, and many patients cured their leg and the diabetes. In his book “Diabetes Causes & Cure – including Cure of Later Diabetes Consequences” there are several testimonials written by patients themselves, who for the past 20 years have been cured of diabetes, both type I and type II, with his healthy eating concept. Since I already explained his food theory, which has a perfect logic to me, today I want to go a little more in detail about the diet. According to a scientific study on the constitution of men’s jaw and teeth throughout history, it concluded that men and women are naturally frugivorous. From that conclusion we can deduce the type of food that […]

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By Charlie G ❘ 2007

This works! Yesterday I announced that today, if all went well, I would only put 1 unit of insulin. Well, today I come with the results. I’m proud to say that 1 unit insulin was enough for every meal! My blood sugar ranged between 60-94. And don’t think that I didn’t eat carbs. My breakfast has been: 80 grs. whole oats, 1/2 apple, 1 pineapple slice, 4 strawberries, walnuts and hazelnuts, all mixed in a muesli. My lunch: a large mixed salad with 80 grams lentil sprouts and melon and almonds as dessert. Dinner: Another large salad with 80 grams whole oats and almonds for dessert. If you sum up the carbohydrates contained in these meals and the tiny amount of insulin I needed, you can tell how well my body is reacting to the diet to cure my diabetes. I look forward to writing such good news in future […]

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