Carbohydrate Restriction for Diabetes Management


Active member
Oct 1, 2007
Saskatchewan Canada
Cutting simple carbs is a good way to manage type 2 diabetes, but will do nothing to reverse it.

Diabetes, like many other diseases, is a nutrient deficiency disease. If you give your body what it needs, including the 16 vitamins 60 minerals and trace minerals, 12 amino acids and the 3 essential fatty acids, your diabetes will just go away.

Just eating better isn't going to fix deficiencies because the soil in which the plants are grown are nearly void of minerals, and has been since 1935. You must supplement to be healthy, and that means taking in all 90 nutrients.

Most of the 60 minerals and trace minerals can be found in products such as real seasalt from Utah (very cheap but you only absorb about 10% of what you take in) or take the mighty 90 from Dr. Wallach, which contains all the nutrients in the proper ratio, is about 98% absorbed, and costs on average (depending on your body weight) $20-$30 per month.

Once your body gets all the nutrients that it needs, you will stop snacking on chips, cookies, fries, etc... since you no longer will crave junkfood.

I endorse his product because its that good, plain and simple.