A Review of 7 Steps to Better Health and The Big Diabetes Lie
Max Sidorov makes a very bold claim in his book entitled “7 Steps to Better Health“, which includes “The Big Diabetes Lie”. In his work, he says that type 2 diabetes is reversible after three weeks. Such a statement requires close and intense scrutiny. I’m not a diabetic, nor have very close family and friends who have diabetes. I’m not a medical expert either. So I’m reviewing this book out of pure curiosity.
First things first. Can you really reverse type 2 diabetes?
The answer is yes. According to a study by Newcastle University, a low-calorie diet can reverse type 2 diabetes in a couple of months.
Is reversing Type 2 diabetes in less than two months possible?
Sidorov claims that you can reverse Type 2 diabetes in just three weeks with proper nutrition. You don’t need to inject shots of insulin, he says. You only need to eat the right kinds of food. His work includes a nutritional guide and the dangers of medical treatments, a 30-day eating plan including types of food that are good or bad for diabetics. He states that if you follow the guide closely, you’ll be able to eliminate the risks that come with having diabetes, including kidney failure and neuropathic pain.
Now let’s get down to reviewing the book.
The book dedicates a large chunk of its content on nutrition, which is very informative, especially for people (even non-diabetics) who want to know more about what they are eating. For new diabetics, reading these chapters can help them create diet plans for themselves.
The Recommended Diet
The book’s most glaring feature is its diet. It recommends replacing your diet with a vegan one, full of fresh fruits and vegetables. A vegan diet advocates eliminating all types of meat from your diet, including meat products. According to the book, going on a vegan diet eliminate the need for insulin and medical treatments.
I like the fact that the book promotes organic food. It also goes against all types of commercial ‘diet’ products, such as diet soda and artificial sweeteners, which is another plus for me.
The Big Pharma Conspiracy
According to the book, Big Pharma companies are conspiring to keep natural treatments for diabetes out of the hands of patients. The “big corporate diabetes lie” is that diabetes is irreversible, when in fact, it is. While others may find this interesting, there are people who don’t and may just gloss over this section. But if you’re interested in the possibility of truth in conspiracies, then you can check this book out.
Max Sidorov is a personal trainer, kinesiologist, and nutritionist. He obtained his degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science from York University in 2009. He is the founder of the International Truth in Medicine Council and Miramir, an alternative social network that guarantees privacy.
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