I have certain rules I live by and one these is that I DO NOT BELIEVE a word the government or media tells me. Nothing. In fact, whatever I hear on the news, believing the opposite generally brings me closer to the truth.
An example is when a media expert, complete with bleached-teeth and credible persona, pronounces natural healing 'worthless' because it has never been scientifically proven. What the people saying this don’t tell you is...
Btw. Whatever you read from me, do not believe either. Conduct your own research.
Why have I led with such an introduction? Because those telling me Diabetes is ‘incurable’ are the same people who told me the 2009 H1N1 ‘Bird Flu’ pandemic was going to wipe out mankind unless pregnant mothers and infants were injected with an untested, mercury-laced, ineffective vaccine. The same people who wagged Sars, Swine Flu, West Nile virus, Ebola, Zika and many other media-driven scares (known to insiders as ‘cattle-drives’) at us. They are all hobgoblins designed to keep us rolling up our sleeves. We are living in deceitful times.
Conventional Doctors tell us diabetes is incurable. Since ‘The Doctor knows best’ we tend to accept their pronouncements without question. Yet, we already know Type II Diabetes is curable because of the 2011 Newcastle Study. Many of those who have followed its nutritional approach have reversed their diabetes and informed the world. That we are still waiting, five years later, for a larger follow-up study, should tell you how much a priority finding a cure is. This study only confirmed what natural healers have known for decades. Dr Gabriel Cousens is famous throughout alternative medicine for curing this ‘incurable’ disorder for over 30 years. Our own Reverse Diabetes Retreats are inspired by his work.
How does he do it? By sticking to the fundamentals of natural healing.
1. Stop doing whatever it is you are doing that is making the body sick.
2. Cleanse the body of toxicity (detox).
3. Flood the body with nutrients.
There is a little bit more to it but that is basically it. After 25 years of observation and my own ‘trial and error’ there are very few disorders I regard as being ‘incurable’. Type II diabetes is one of the easiest to resolve.
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