Tackling Diabetes With Dr. Neal Barnard

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Leading clinical researcher, adjunct associate professor of medicine, author, and health advocate, Neal Barnard, MD shares his scientifically proven system to taking control of diabetes through nutrition, without drugs in Tackling Diabetes with Dr. Neil Barnard. The 3-segment, 60-minute program is targeted at diabetics and those at risk of becoming diabetic based on genes and current lifestyle habits. Dr. Barnard's new approach addresses diabetes, but it also helps with other ailments including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart disease and weight. In the program, Dr. Barnard explains the different types of diabetes and how each can be triggered by genetics, weight, poor diet and lack of physical activity or pregnancy. Dr. Barnard reveals in-depth scientific studies from leading national organizations, unveiling results that not only diminish diabetes, but increase energy and weight loss. Dr. Barnard explains the research and offers simple, step-by-step guidelines to apply the research into one's lifestyle. Not all bodies are wired the same. Many are predisposed to diabetes through genetics. However, the same simple guidelines can be used to protect the body from head to toe including the heart, eyes and bones. Through a series of studies, Dr. Barnard discovered that it is possible to repair insulin function and reverse Type 2 diabetes through nutrition. By following Dr. Barnard's life-changing approach, viewers will be able to control blood sugar three times more effectively than with the standard dietary regimen for people with diabetes. Dr. Barnard's program is a three-rule system to taking control of diabetes including a vegan diet, low in fat and low glycemic index. A vegan diet means avoiding all animal products and, instead, eating regular meals in the four food groups -- vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes. In Takling Control of Diabetes, Dr. Barnard presents the effects from fat, fiber and calories. Did you know adding 14 grams of fiber t

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