By Charlie G ❘ 2007

Dear readers,

This is the first post I write in this special journal that I’ve decided to start in order to let everybody know what am I doing to heal my diabetes and maybe let it be a motivation for other people who are in a similar situation.

In this blog, as its name clearly indicates, I pretend to monitor the therapy that I am doing in order to eliminate for good this “thorn” called diabetes that I’ve been living with since nine years. Yes, I deeply believe that diabetes can be healed and, in fact, I will be a proof of that! And all of you will be able to witness this if you visit this blog to keep yourself updated.

I don’t pretend to be a pioneer in curing diabetes. In fact, if I am so sure that it can be healed it is because there have already been quite some people before that healed themselves from diabetes by becoming “friends of our bodies”, and not bombarding it with drugs and eating almost the same foods as a non-diabetic person does.

I don’t want to make this presentation so long, so I’m going to finish here, giving you a preview of the topics I will be writing about soon: history of my diabetes, current therapy that has enable myself to reduce the amount of insulin that I needed by more than 50 per cent, recommendations…

Greetings.

3 Comments on Journal of a future ex-diabetic

  1. Cynthia says:

    Hello,
    If you want to accelerate your body’s repair and recovery from diabetes, refer to my father’s book, Death to Diabetes or visit his website http://www.deathtodiabetes.com.
    He overcame a near-death diabetic coma, 4 insulin shots a day, and reversed his diabetes in less than 4 months.

  2. Truly awesome! I just want to say as a 15 year type-1, I am totally with you and the title of this post couldn’t resonate with me more 🙂

    Keep up the great blog!

  3. Aimee says:

    Hi
    I too have been working to heak type 1 diabetes for many years. I have been coming closer and closer. I love what you are doing and I totally plan to br insulin-injection free ASAP
    Love and good blessings to you,
    Aimee