Advanced Study Weekend Interview Wes Youngberg, PhD was a recent guest speaker at the McDougall Advanced Study Weekend in Santa Rosa, CA. He is a practicing clinical nutritionist and lifestyle medicine specialist in Southern California. He serves as assistant clinical professor for th
Looking Past Blood Sugar to Survive With Diabetes by Gina Kolata in the August 20, 2007 New York Times » This article reads like a multimillion dollar sales promotion for the pharmaceutical industries by telling diabetics that they are being inadequately treated by their doctors who a
Increased incidence of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus among adolescents by Orit Pinhas-Hamiel in the June 1996 issue Journal of Pediatrics found the number of patients with a diagnosis of adult-onset diabetes rose from approximately 4% of new diagnoses of diabetes from birth
Dr. McDougall’s presentation at the September, 2011, Advanced Study Weekend in Santa Rosa, CA. Dr. John McDougall explains how type-2 diabetes is caused by the rich western diet and how this adaptation is easily reversed by a healthy diet and associated weight loss. Drug therapi
Both forms of diabetes, childhood and adult, are rare in parts of the world where people’s meals are based on starches. This rarity is easy to understand as far as adult-type diabetes is concerned, since the primary cause of that illness is the rich Western diet. Fat inhibits ac
Saves $295/month on medications and regains her lost health — with vegan diet and exercise Arrived taking 135 pills a week, barely moving, pasty, and always tired – left with a determined step and hope for the future. 10 days later, she now saves at least $290.05 on monthly medi
Saves $330 a month on medications and regains his lost health — with vegan diet and exercise Gerald Klosky, 69 years old, from Almont, MI (near Detroit) came to the McDougall Program after listening to the Mark Scott radio show on WXYT in Detroit since 1985. It only took him 17
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