Preventing Diabetes: Avoiding the dread disease

Posted on August 11, 2008. Filed under: diabetes, diet | Tags: , , |

Dear Friends,

I am pleased to share with you information about my new book. Dr. Vijai Pasupuleti and I have recently with colleagues to bring you the latest scientific information on reversal and prevention of diabetes.

Draft Press Release: James W.Anderson’s new diabetes book
Nutraceuticals, Glycemic Health & Type 2 Diabetes: Wiley-Blackwell, Ames, IA
Diabetes is a major health problem worldwide. In the US there are 24 million individuals with diabetes and half of Americans are at high risk for developing diabetes. New evidence indicates that the onset of most diabetes in adults can be delayed for years through dietary measures.
Dr. Anderson and his colleagues have been doing research on nutrition and diabetes for 35 years at the University of Kentucky and has published over 100 research papers on this area. To assemble the outcomes of this research and to summarize cutting-edge research from all over the world, Dr. Anderson has collaborated with Dr. Pasupuleti to make this emerging data available more widely available.
Thirty-five scientist from nine countries have contributed 18 chapters to present the latest on the role of nutrition in diabetes.
In addition to examining the effects of food on the causation and treatment of diabetes, new information on the use of supplements and herbals has been assembled.
This new emerging evidence will allow health care providers to offer the latest in nutrition guidance to patients with diabetes. It will encourage producers of foods and supplements to make active ingredients more widely available to consumers, and will enable self-directed individuals to make intelligent choices about nutrition supplements to prevent progress of pre-diabetes to definite diabetes.
In the closing chapter Dr. Anderson provides practical guidelines based on his clinical experience, his research and the research presented in the book. He gives recommendations for specific amounts of minerals to slow progression of diabetes or reverse diabetes in its early stages. Over 100 herbal supplements are evaluated and 11 are assessed to be of potential value for treatment of early diabetes.
Evidence is emerging that diabetes can be reversed by weight loss, exercise, dietary changes and use of supplements. This book provides specific guidance.

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4 Responses to “Preventing Diabetes: Avoiding the dread disease”

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Where do I get this book and when will it be available in Canada or can I order it through this site? Thanks

Congrats on your book and on the blog!
It looks fabulous. We’ll have to get it on the NFC site next!

I really appreciate your research and hope that this book emancipates many people who have had so many bad side effects from diabetes medication. How can common people learn about these results? I am on a fixed income and cannot pay over 200.00 for your book.

Jim Anderson,

Congrats on your book!
Diabetes is something that scares me to death, I am hypoglycemic and the thought of the hypo going into full blown diabetes is not a happy thought for me.
I am planning on purchasing your book and I will bring it to the meeting for you to sign. I believe I just might find something in your book to be of a preventive “cure” or I am hoping so.

Thank you for being so very diligent in your studies and being passionate for helping your human race.

With much respect,
Karen King


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