Wow! At that rate of gain I guess we can expect just about everybody to develop this modern day scourge within a couple of decades.
Well, maybe not… If you review this lengthy article by Dr. Reams I think you will experience some good, clear thinking that diabetes is just another degenerative disorder that doesn’t have to dominate our lives. Actually, as the interview starts off Reams is responding to questions about hypoglycemia. Then about midway you notice him shift to diabetes and, instead of spreading doom & gloom, he does the opposite—he explains the good results he has found with pancreas support.
Simple pancreas support—some easy shifts in body chemistry and a lot of green drinks.
No, he is not saying “nothing to it.” He is saying that there is a Godly way out of this horrible condition that the medicos treat with injections and drugs—but which marches steadily forward toward a foregone, and most unwelcome, conclusion.
By the way, Reams strongly warns consultants that they must avoid treating diabetics unless it is done under the care of a MD. Consultants need to be aware that they are stepping squarely on the toes of “practicing medicine without a license” anyime they tell a client to stop whatever a MD is telling them to do. This could not be more clear than in a case where a consultant innocently tells a client to stop insulin. That, my friends, is between the client and their doctor.
However, in a perfect world there are at least a few people who will read Dr. Reams’ words and think for themselves—without the fear that the word diabetes strikes into the hearts of many.