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Healing Diabetes with Fruit (Black & White): Ex-Type 2s on a Fruit-Based Diet
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About the Author
Tasha Lee is a raw food health coach and blogger who has drastically improved her health by transitioning to a fruit-based diet. Having eliminated her need for epilepsy medication, greatly improved her insulin sensitivity and type 1 diabetes control, and recovered from a 15-year eating disorder, Tasha is passionate about sharing hope and healing with others. She is the founder of multiple websites, support groups, and YouTube channels, basing her online activities at TashaLee.org.
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"Sugar" is one of the most misunderstood topics in nutrition today, and as a PhD in the field of Nutritional Biochemistry, I understand first hand how confusing it can be. The truth is that fruit sugar and artificial sugar behave completely differently in the human body, and therefore have completely different metabolic function. White sugar causes tissue dysfunction and impairs glucose metabolism whereas fruit sugar improves tissue function due to the presence of (a) readily available carbohydrates, (b) vitamins, (c) minerals, (d) fiber, (e) water and (f) antioxidants. It is the presence of these non-caloric nutrients that gives plants immense power in restoring tissue function and improving whole-body glucose metabolism.
Tasha has done a wonderful job in describing the stories of 4 wonderful individuals who have made a significant difference to their own health. She describes their journeys, and documents the physical, social, psychological, athletic and mental aspects of eating a plant-based diet and reversing a disease which the western world is very poor at.
I give my unreserved highest recommendation of this book and know that you will learn a ton about how a similar plant-based approach could work for YOU.