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Though not all physicians are aware of the scientific advances that prove it, most diabetics can now avoid insulin injections and prevent or reverse the deadly complications of their disease. The key is treating the root problem - insulin resistance - instead of focusing on controlling blood sugar levels, an outdated practice that puts patients at greater risk for heart attack and stroke. Take Charge of Your Diabetes showcases the unique plan Dr. Zaidi has developed in treating thousands of cases of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes successfully. Dramatically different from traditional treatment protocols, the program includes an easy-to-follow diet, a moderate exercise and stress-reduction plan, vitamin and supplement recommendations, and a prescription-medication regimen that reduces the number of medications as time goes on instead of the traditional treatment model: stepping up doses as diabetes progresses.

©2007 Da Capo Press, a member of the Perseus books Group (P)2013 Sarfraz Zaidi, MD

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  • Tonya Maxwell
  • 04-01-18

excellent reference.

weather the reader is a physician seeking more knowledge on treating insulin resistant diabetes, type II, or you have this disease, it is excellent.

well documented, fully explained, and a breath of fresh air when approaching the treatment of diabetes as a whole.