180 Degree Diabetes: Preventing and Reversing Insulin Resistance, Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes

Mainstream medicine considers type 2 diabetes to be an irreversible, incurable disease. This is one of the greatest fallacies and abominations in the world today. It is painlessly simple to prevent, complete reversal is a totally tangible goal, and in the rare cases in which reversal is not possible, there are easy and practical ways to live a long, healthy, and prosperous life as a type 2 diabetic without complications.

Even the disease itself is so misunderstood by mainstream health authorities and dieticians alike that it is almost hard not to laugh at the beliefs they have about its causation. They assert that eating a high-fat, high-calorie diet and not getting enough exercise is the CAUSE of type 2 diabetes. Their only challengers assert that eating carbohydrates causes type 2 diabetes! I swear, I’m not making this up. People with advanced medical degrees and the word Harvard in their resume really believe this stuff!

Get ready for a good chuckle at their expense, as I reveal how I dropped my fasting blood sugar by 26% in less than a month by eating a diet that’s high in saturated fat, high-glycemic carbohydrates, and calories while sitting in front of a computer writing this eBook in lieu of exercise.

Make no mistake, 180 Degree Diabetes is your life raft in a sea of stupidity and misconception surrounding the phenomenon of insulin resistance – a metabolic disturbance that can lead to obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and poor overall health over time. This eBook contains information that is so far advanced in its understanding of poor blood glucose regulation that it makes modern health movements from the low-fat, low-calorie standard to low-carb mania look pathetically oversimplified, ignorant, and mind-bogglingly impotent.

180 Degree Diabetes opens up a whole new door of ideas and understanding on the subject, provides priceless information on how to stop the degenerative march to diabetes from a prevention standpoint, and even serves up an assortment of effective type 2 diabetes reversal protocols that can be used by some to totally eradicate the disease.

No more bowing to the Medical, Diet, and Pharmaceutical Masters of the Universe. It’s time, not to stick yourself with insulin injections, but to stick it to the man – understanding and overcoming insulin resistance and high blood sugars once and for all using an approach that no other medical or nutrition mind has ever even thought to try.

Every other book that has been published on the topic of type 2 diabetes is a complete joke in comparison to 180 Degree Diabetes. Add it to your library and see what all this fuss is about.

Published December 2009

 

3 thoughts on “180 Degree Diabetes: Preventing and Reversing Insulin Resistance, Metabolic Syndrome and Type 2 Diabetes

  1. A Wonder! Loved, loved this book. The author hit on topics that are unspoken in most medical fields surrounding the topic of metabolism. Would recommend this book to anyone looking to better control or eliminate issues with diabetes.

  2. Great but could do without the vulgar language Great information. Gave me lots of hope, something I could truly use. Could do without the vulgarity and cussing, but overall a great book on diabetes and its cure. Yes, cure.

  3. Matt Stone Does it Again This is the 5th or 6th book that I’ve read by Matt Stone, and he does it again.What I liked about the book:- Excellent writing style. It’s conversational, yet technical enough to satisfy my curiosity. I’m like a 4-year-old. I always need to know “why?” Matt satisfies that curiosity.- He busts some sacred cows of low-carb dieting with excellent logic. He says that low carbohydrate dieting is just a crutch for diabetes, and not a solution. Why? Because once you go off the low carbohydrate diet, your insulin sensitivity hasn’t improved. A true reversal of diabetes would mean eating carbs without significant rises in blood sugar after the meal.- He also says that the majority of the world lives on a high-carb diet (rice in Asia, and corn/potatoes in south America as well as other parts of the world), yet they have much lower diabetes rates than the States. He makes a strong distinction between refined carbs and unrefined carbs.- The high everything diet is worth the price of this book alone.The only thing I would have liked to see more of is real-life case studies.Overall, yet another fantastic book, and I highly recommend it.

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