Type-2 diabetes is a reversible health condition. Since the condition is defined by measurable symptoms, once a person restores normal sugar metabolism and the symptoms disappear, that person is by definition no longer diabetic. Diabetes is not genetic in origin, nor is it an inevitable condition for individuals whose parents expressed symptoms of diabetes. It can be reversed by eliminating the causes of poor blood sugar metabolism and insulin insensitivity – namely, poor nutritional choices and a lack of regular physical exercise.
Santa was offered nutritional guidance by a team of noted authors and nutritionists: Connie Bennett (author of SUGAR SHOCK! and SugarShockBlog.com), Byron Richards of WellnessResources.com and the author of The Leptin Diet, Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com and Dr. Gabriel Cousens of the Tree of Life Rejuvenation Center in Patagonia, Arizona. The team encouraged Santa Claus to eliminate his consumption of sugars and refined carbohydrates, avoid processed foods, consume fresh produce and plant-based fats, and substantially increase his commitment to physical exercise. Connie Bennett offered strategies for kicking the sugar habit, while Dr. Cousens encouraged Santa to consume more raw, living foods while avoiding animal products. Adams, a former prediabetic who cured his own condition with nutrition and exercise, encouraged Santa to eat natural, low-glycemic foods like quinoa and avocados while switching to safe sweeteners like stevia.
The strategy worked. In less than three weeks, Santa’s fasting blood glucose levels normalized. “I already feel more energetic than before, and I’ve now got the strength and stamina to deliver presents around the world in a single night!” Santa told NaturalNews in an email. Santa is now asking the children of the world to leave him fresh fruit instead of the traditional milk and cookies. "I want to live my life free of diabetes," Santa said, "so I won't be eating anything made with sugar or white flour anymore. That includes Christmas cookies."
“Santa is doing great,” said Adams. “He’s tapped into the healing potential that exists within all of us, and he’s conquered a health condition that’s challenging, but curable.” Adams encouraged the children receiving Christmas presents from Santa to follow Santa’s example in leading a healthier, happier lifestyle by avoiding processed, sugary foods and enjoying the freedom and health that comes from engaging in regular exercise.
“In beating his diabetes through nutrition and exercise, Santa has set a commendable example for all of us,” Adams said. “He has shown us that we do not need to live a life dependent on drugs to manage diabetes, nor do we have to surrender to a diagnosis or disease label that has been imprinted on us by a doctor. We have the power to take charge of our health, and by rediscovering the healing power of living in greater harmony with the natural foods found on our planet, we can all live lives free of diabetes. This is an epidemic that has a cure, and the cure is available right now to everyone. It’s called nutrition and exercise.”
Adams and the entire nutrition team wishes Santa Claus a safe journey, and all the children around the world a safe, healthy holiday celebration.