• Reverse Diabetes: The Ultimate Beginner's Diet Guide To Reversing Diabetes - A Guide to Finally Cure, Lower & Control Your Blood Sugar

  • By: Louise Jiannes
  • Narrated by: HMW Publishing
  • Length: 1 hr and 12 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Diabetes is among the most common ailments in modern times. People across the globe suffer from this disease and so they undergo treatment. As a matter of fact, it has become a lifestyle disease, and most of the time, it is hereditary or chronic. Because of this, this disease has become unavoidable each single day, and it goes beyond control. Those who suffer from diabetes either lose weight excessively or become overweight. In connection with this, people suffering from overweight issues often have to go on diet in order to retain a healthy status and control the disease. Losing weight and dieting is among the primary keys to having good health.  

Having the right diet means developing better health. To be able to lose weight and retain a balanced physique, patients must undertake particular important steps, including a proper diet, physical exercises, and an overall balanced lifestyle. When you have a relatively lower weight, you will be healthier and will have better heart health too. Thus, being the right weight is very essential for a diabetic person. It is important to have a very good understanding about diabetes, the importance of losing weight, and how to do so. All these answers can be found in this book.

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Disappointed

I was looking for a book to help educate on reversing diabetes, I picked this book because it had a 5 star review. Needless to say I was expecting more information.

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So thankful for this audiobook.

So thankful for this audiobook. I've been having a lot of trouble managing and thru following this advice in this audiobook (specifically about buying a glucose meter and testing my food), came to find out I was pre-diabetic. In 3 short weeks, I've lowered my fasting blood sugar level into normal and am now getting the upper hand with MRSA.

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I loved this audiobook very much

I loved this audiobook , it features the latest research in diabetes and how to tackle it successfully. I've read some reviews and many complain it is too strict. This tells me some are having a hard time choosing between getting rid of diabetes and losing limbs, going blind, etc., just to enjoy a meal?

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Very helpful audiobook for diabetes.

Great companion audiobook to the Stopping Kidney Disease audiobook . Using the two books together I think has literally saved my life. Lots of information in both audiobooks about a disease that is shockingly ignored until it hits critical. Knowledge is power. Highly recommended.

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Very easy to listen this audiobook.

This lovely large audiobook is full of colorful illustrations and is printed on nice thick paper. It's easy to understand, it's not overly complicated, and it's an especially good resource for beginners. I wouldn't recommend this being the only guide for Tarot cards in your collection, but it's a good starting point. I've had this audiobook in my collection for a few years now and I still reach for it regularly.

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This is incredibly informative.

There is a wealth of knowledge in book. It explains fully to eat much healthier.

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Valuable info for diabetics

This books should not just be read but studied regularly by all diabetics. it's a keeper.

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I enjoyed this book

I'm in the process of listening the book and I find it useful and informatively and with great recipes for me to try in order to help with my sugar level, and also weight maintenance.

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Very impressed. Easy listen about a hard subject

First of all, a little background. I was diagnosed a couple of weeks ago with T2, and my doctor basically told me to avoid white bread, sugar, rice and potatoes, and sent me on my way with an RX for Metformin and a glucose meter. Seriously? I was clueless, and terrified. Since I couldn't find a local educational class on it, I bought several (more than 10) books on the subject. Some of them I couldn't even listen to because the narration was so terrible. One guy sounded like he was on a trampoline and practicing to be a DJ at the same time, with the weird way he stressed syllables. One guy pronounced "vegan" "vee-jan" and "queue" "coy-u" and other such weirdness. One guy, I wanted to fall asleep, and did a few times. Then I finally got to this book. I wished I'd started with it! This was the most informative book I've read so far, and the narrator is a joy to listen to. She takes a very dry subject and her voice captures you. She has a beautiful accent that makes you want to pay attention and absorb what is a very important subject matter. Why can't all informative books have such a great narrator?