New Yorkers have an epidemic on their hands when dealing with Diabetes, and like all epidemics it is rapidly accelerating. Dr. Sanjay Gupta states that it cost New Yorkers “more than a thousand dollars per household per year,” or roughly $5 billion dollars annually.
That’s just Diabetes and that’s just New York! In an article on www.medpagetoday.com we learn that every 9th person in New York has been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes.
Ironically, the article was entitled “Diabetes Takes a Bigger Bite of Big Apple.” Given the healthy components of a green apple, let’s rename the article right now; Diabetics Take a Bigger Bite of Big Apple. As the article points out, doctors are taking a “polypharmacy” approach to treat these patients. As the allopathic model teaches, drugs are used to control only the symptoms of the high blood pressure, high triglycerides, high A1c, and high sugar levels.
I’ve written a book entitled The Fungus Link to Diabetes and it has been on the market for a decade now. Despite the tens of thousands of copies being sold, I have never once received contact from a physician apprising me that the information was wrong…. because it isn’t. This should be mandated reading in medical school, because then doctors would know how to treat this microbial disease.
Until that time, science newsletters will continue reporting on disease epidemics. Turning our backs on the cause is big business in medicine, but it bothers me that one of my favorite cities in America, The Big Apple, need only to change their lifestyles in order to starve and kill the germs responsible for so many “diseases of unknown origin.” These wonderful diabetic New Yorkers need to consider eating on a regular basis where they live on a regular basis! The Big Apple!