Fixing A Food Disease
People with diabetes 2 have a food-disease. They have the task of changing their
food choices and managing their diet conscientiously and carefully. This is a
difficult task. While there is no doubt that all diabetics have to avoid excess
sugar in their diet, eat more vegetables and less fat, there is doubt about
every other aspect of diabetic nutrition. We develop a perspective on
diabetic management and reveal issues that are not well understood. We will
suggest intelligent strategies for self-management of diabetes 2.
Reducing caloric intake is a key to success
If you follow common arguments about diabetic diets, then all
diabetics should eat a low carbohydrate, low fat, low protein diet.
The only way you can achieve all three goals is to eat a low food
diet. Indeed reducing caloric intake is the key to success. Another
key to success is to increase your energy expenditure by leading a
more active life.
The Alpha Nutrition Program is a standard method of diet revision
that proceeds in a simple, logical manner. You eat more vegetables,
more fruit, less fat, less to no meat and balance your new diet according to the best nutritional
ideas. The program leaves out foods and food products that are
higher risk and includes foods that have protective and beneficial
The Alpha Nutrition approach includes Alpha DMX a specially
designed elemental nutrient formula. We invented Alpha DMX to solve
the problem of nutrient deficiency when you reduce your caloric
intake. With 25 grams of Alpha DMX per day, your nutrient
intake reaches recommended daily intakes goals for all vitamins and
minerals even if you eat no food.
The Supreme Importance of Diet Revision
Standard medical treatment protocols for Diabetes 2 always mention diet
revision and then quickly proceed to medication options. While diet control is
always mentioned, the critical, decisive importance of diet revision and
exercise is often not emphasized. Diet revision is neglected in favor of drug
I believe that DB2 is mostly caused by a combination of problems in the food
supply and by problems that are concealed. The evidence implicates "normal"
foods that most people eat such as red meat, processed meats, dairy products,
bread, milk and eggs. We know that most overweight people who develop diabetes
have symptoms of other disease processes. These warning symptoms usually precede
the onset of diabetes by many years. An advertisement for a blood pressure drug
in a medical journal declared, for example: "In Canada the average person
will consume approximately 12 cows, 20 hogs, 11 sheep/goats, 1438 chickens, 30
turkeys, 11275 eggs, 398 kg seafood, 530 kg butter or margarine, and 192 kg of
salt. As the consequences of a lifetime of cholesterol rich foods could be of
concern to some hypertensive patients..." The advertisement implies that people
will continue to eat the problem foods, and drugs will continue to be necessary
(and profitable) treatments of the consequences. The idea of eating all these
animals, their milk, and eggs is less appealing now than ever before, not only
for health reasons but also for esthetic, moral, and ecological reasons.
Recurrent symptoms early in life could be resolved by diet revision, but
diabetics, like most people, ignored or attempted to treat their symptoms and
never changed the problem diet. The disease had every opportunity to progress
slowly but surely. Digestive symptoms, for example, suggest that foods eaten are
a problem. There are genetic predispositions to diabetes, but you still have to
eat the wrong food for many years to get the disease. Genetic predisposition
does not mean that the disease is inevitable. You do have a choice before and
after the diagnosis is made. Genetic predisposition means that if you eat too
much of the wrong food, gain weight and exercise too little you will get sick
I argue that diabetes is a food-related disease and can be
provoked by staple foods in the diet. Diabetes could be milk and wheat disease
or eggs and meat disease. My truth is that eating delicious foods made with
wheat four, eggs and milk leads to serious illness. I develop inflammatory
diseases and my metabolism is abnormal. In my body, immune cells treat some food
proteins as the enemy and mount attacks wherever the gluten, egg or milk
proteins appear. I suspect that gluten 'allergy" underlies chronic illness in
some people who develop diabetes and are never diagnosed with celiac disease.
Because of this hunch, gluten is excluded from the Alpha Nutrition Program.
Similarly, I have a hunch that cow’s milk and beef contributes to the disease.
Again my truth is that if I often eat these foods, I become ill with serious
The leading cause of chronic kidney disease is diabetic nephropathy, which
afflicts approximately 40% of patients with diabetes. Replacing red meat with
chicken and consuming an otherwise vegetarian low meat protein diet improves
blood lipid profiles and reduces urinary albumin excretion rates. While
elevated levels of glucose in the body seem to be the leading edge of the
emerging body damage in diabetics, changes in fat metabolism, liver and kidney
function, and circulation impairment add to a cascade of dysfunction. 75% of the
early deaths in diabetics are caused by coronary artery disease and heart