Hemet, CA, March 17, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- In January of this year, a new author made his first e-book available to the public by uploading it to eBookAd.com. His e-book was the story of how his family had reacted to the challenge of Adult Onset Diabetes, and how they had successfully reversed it. At the time, he thought that his offering was unique. He was wrong. Shortly thereafter, he discovered another book on the internet by someone who had reversed their own diabetes. Since then, every couple of weeks he has found another one. Here is a list of all of them:
1. "Death to Diabetes" DeWayne McCulley reversed his Diabetes in less than six months. His story is quite dramatic, including a near-death coma when his blood sugar reached 1337! His book is available from:
2. "Insulin: Our Silent Killer" Thomas Smith became a reluctant medical investigator when he was diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. When he discovered that his doctor could not cure it, he took charge and reversed it himself. His self-help manual is available from: Thomas Smith, PO Box 7685, Loveland, CO 80537.
3. "How I Overcame Diabetes and You can Too!: Beat Diabetes!" Margaret Blackstone used her skills as a medical writer to find an approach to diabetes control that worked for her. Her book is available from Amazon.com, (among other places.)
4. "Sayonara Diabetes, The Three Samurai Health Maintenance System" Adam Newhouse combined an avid interest in oriental healing arts with extensive reading (hundreds of books) to help relieve his mother's diabetes. After 8 months on the program he developed, she was able to stop insulin, lost weight, and enjoyed normal blood sugar. His e-book is available from:
5. "How We Beat Diabetes" Ronald S. Brown tells the story of how his wife's Type II Diabetes was reversed. His e-book is available from:
One way or another, all five of these people claim to have triumphed over Diabetes. Then they published a book about the experience. They don't seem to have much else in common. They do not know each other. Their backgrounds and experience are quite diverse. They each used somewhat different approaches to the problem, but the results are similar. They all independently found a way to reverse their Diabetes, or that of a loved one. The programs they developed have some similarities, but also some differences. Is there perhaps some truth to what they are saying? Or are these people nutcases (best-case) or liars (worst-case)? Or could they just be mistaken, befuddled fools? I don't think so.
Medical innovations usually take 40-50 years before they are accepted by mainstream medical professionals. In essence you have to wait for a generation of doctors to die before something new can be worked into their repertoire. This is not necessarily a bad thing; it's just how things work. The sort of things that these five people have done has been cooking for about 50 years, so resistance on the part of the medical profession is diminishing.
What is interesting about these five authors is that they have taken charge of the situation and found their own way. Sometimes they were assisted by their medical practitioners, but sometimes they carried on in spite of them. In the past, they would probably have waited for the medical profession to adopt before charging off on their own. I suspect that this is symptomatic of a new mindset. We will probably see a lot more of it.