Nazir Hussain, 60s child, born in Kashmir in a small village called "Ghanhere". On reflection, life in that village was totally amazing. For one thing, people had zero stress so there was zero disease.
Almost all the villagers were subsistence farmers and as such they grew their own food and by virtue of that they ate the very best quality food that they could. There were no incidents of ill health nor the existence of the chronic diseases at the time I left the village to join my father in the city of Bristol UK.
Within 5 years of arriving in the UK, I felt symptoms, that I later discovered, were symptoms of diabetes. I have no explanation, why I developed type2 diabetes but type 2 diabetes it was. It made me feel unwell, lethargic, head was hazy and my eyes were ok sometimes and not so well at other times. All of the above, collectively contributed to a poor quality life affecting me across the spectrum I made poor decisions, I made stupid decisions and I made illogical decisions to say the least. The decline from bad to worse continued for over two decades.
I was finally diagnosed with type2 diabetes in 2001. The following 11 years were difficult, I struggled to cope with sugar fluctuations, I struggled with even the simplest task and trying to live life was a struggle in itself. I wanted my life back. So, I searched high and low for cure, help or anything to have my life back. I tried everything anyone suggested; housewife's remedies, herbs and embryonic stem cells even. No risk was too great. I was prepared to do anything and go to any length.
Finally in October 2012, I came off all my medication as a direct result of lifestyle changes. I was helped by an expert; Professor Charles Clark who specialist area is diabetes and glaucoma. Ever since, my life has been on the up and up. Life feels so great now. I have words to describe it. Amazing, I am on a constant high, on top of the words etc. These short books are based on my story, my struggles and my success. I hope they serve the mankind, the diabetic community and those at risk well.
Lastly, I want every diabetic to experience and live the life that I am now living. I hope to eradicate my diabetes completely and to that end my aim has always been to cure my diabetes once and for all. Curing my diabetes will remain my ultimate goal and I will succeed. No retreat no surrender. I wish all visitors, readers, diabetics and those on risk the vest best of health and a long long life. May God Bless.