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A momentous medical breakthrough —a scientifically proven program for managing and reversing Type 2 Diabetes at any stage of health.
The fastest growing disease in the world, Type 2 diabetes has long been regarded as an incurable, lifelong condition that becomes progressively worse over time, resulting in pain, loss of vision, amputation, and even premature death. But there is hope.
For more than four decades, Dr. Roy Taylor has been studying the causes of diabetes. In 2017, he had a breakthrough: he found scientific proof that Type 2 diabetes is not only reversible, but that anyone following a simple regimen can prevent and cure it. Dr. Taylor’s research shows that Type 2 diabetes is caused by too much fat in the liver and pancreas, which interferes with both organs’ normal functioning. By losing less than 1 gram of fat, the liver and organ can begin to perform as they were designed to once again—thus beginning the reversal process.
The most efficient way to shed fat from the liver and pancreas is to lose weight as quickly as possible. Life Without Diabetes makes it easy for people to cut back on their daily calorie intake and avoid the two big problems of dieting—hunger and choice—and lose up to 35 pounds in just eight weeks. Thanks to Dr. Taylor, we can now fundamentally change how we treat and prevent this debilitating and all-too-common disease forever.
About the Author
DR. ROY TAYLOR earned his degree in Medicine at the University of Edinburgh. In 1990-91, he researched the techniques of applying MRI to human disease as visiting Professor of Medicine at Yale University, USA, and then returned to the UK. Dr. Taylor’s research and the reversal technique are widely accepted by medical and scientific communities around the world. Dr. Taylor gives invited lectures in Europe, the USA, the Middle East, India, South America, and Australasia, and has been awarded several named lectures as well as the moniker of ‘the rock star of diabetes’. He is the author of over 300 scientific papers.
“Professor Taylor is internationally renowned for his clinically-relevant research in patients with type 2 diabetes. His work has demonstrated that diet-induced weight loss is a potent therapy that can even induce complete remission of type 2 diabetes in many patients. He translates his years of clinical and research experience into a readable and informative book for patients and their families.”
— —Samuel Klein, MD, William H. Danforth Professor of Medicine and Nutritional Science, Washington University School of Medicine
“This book is a must-read for anyone to truly understand how excess food and weight gain lead to type 2 diabetes. Its captivating style will instantly hook you! With a practical approach, it offers a fresh view to live better, enjoy life, and defeat diabetes”
— —Kenneth Cusi, M.D., Professor of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, The University of Florida
“Professor Taylor provides the most compelling account I have seen of a bold path to reverse type 2 diabetes. This book offers patients something that no other approach provides: hope through self-reliance.”
— —Dr. Domenico Accili, Professor of Medicine at Columbia University and Director of the Columbia University Diabetes and Endocrinology Research Center
“Roy Taylor and his team have not only cracked the mystery of what causes type 2 diabetes, the greatest health problem of our time, but shown the world how to get rid of it. This is a terrific book, which will help a huge number of people.”
— —Dr. Michael Mosley, New York Times bestselling author of The Fast Diet
"Good science, good writing, and good advice in equal measure. It is both fascinating and useful for readers."
— —Matt Ridley, international bestselling author of Genome
“In elegant and very comprehensible prose directed at the patient, Professor Taylor succinctly explains the biology of type 2 diabetes and more importantly what the patient with type 2 diabetes can do to escape from this disease.”
— Gerald I. Shulman, M.D., Co-Director, Yale Diabetes Research Center, Yale School of Medicine