World Diabetes Day

WDD_logo_EN_200px Today is World Diabetes Day, a global awareness campaign led by the International Diabetes Federation
(IDF) that highlights the diabetes epidemic and aims to bring hope to the 285 million people living with diabetes worldwide.

World Diabetes Day is celebrated each year on 14 November, a date chosen to mark the
birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who is credited with the discovery
of insulin.

Learn more about the campaign here.

While I'm all for raising awareness about the dangers of diabetes, I'm also in favor of helping to educate people to learn how overconsuming sugar and refined carbs — which most Americans do — can lead to type 2 diabetes, as you can learn in my book SUGAR SHOCK!

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  1. Sadly, this day will probably spread more nonsensical information about sugar’s lack of correlation with type 2 diabetes. Virtually every mainstream book on type 2 is all too eager to point out that “sugar does not cause diabetes.” A person would be hard-pressed to convince T.L. Cleave of that, author of Diabetes, Coronary Thrombosis, and the Saccharine Disease – which every lay person with diabetes and medical professional should make a point to read.