Many diabetics live a better life today thanks to Dr. Bernstein
There are certain people within the wonderful world of livin' la vida low-carb who you absolutely MUST learn know more about because of the amazing contributions they have made to this awesome permanent lifestyle change we know and love.
A few "big" names stick out above the rest, both among the living and those who have since passed on: Dr. Robert C. and Veronica Atkins, Dr. Michael Eades and Dr. Mary Dan Eades, Dr. Barry Sears, Dr. Jonny Bowden, Dr. Mary Vernon, Dana Carpender, and too many more to even begin to list them all (and I'll get myself into trouble if I try to name too many more...go to my low-carb links blog to see more of them!).
These are the real giants who we now stand on the shoulders of when we tell others about the amazing low-carb lifestyle. The best way to honor them is by continuing to pass on the lessons they have taught us to the people in our lives who need that message.
But for people who have either Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, there's another superhero out there who advocates and supports livin' la vida low-carb not just for weight management but also for controlling a disease that is quickly reaching epidemic proportions--DIABETES! His name is Dr. Richard Bernstein.
If you have not yet had a chance to learn about this remarkable man, you really should. A Type 1 diabetic since the age of 12, he took his health into his own hands when the recommendations by the so-called diabetes experts (like the American Diabetes Association) failed him time and time again as his condition got worse. Eventually, he began doing something revolutionary at the time to help control his disease--monitoring his blood sugar through low-carb dietary changes that really work. The rest, they say, is history.
He went to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and has been helping patients for nearly a quarter century in his medical practice near Mamaroneck, New York. Patients literally line up at the door to see this man who practices what he preaches regarding the treatment of diabetes and his life serves as an example to any diabetic who feels they can never live a "normal" life again. Dr. Bernstein has proven just how wrong that kind of thinking really is.
Dr. Bernstein has revised and updated his classic diabetes book
Today, Dr. Bernstein is THE authority on low-carb diets and their impact on controlling blood sugar levels and diabetes. It's hard to believe it's been a decade since he first published his wildly popular bestselling book, Diabetes Solution, but it has become the personal instruction manual for diabetic on how to best manage their disease. Even non-diabetics have learned a lot from this book!
I'm excited to announce the release of a newly revised and updated version of Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars available right now to place on pre-order at Amazon.com. It will be releasing in March 2007 and will include some added information and commentary from Dr. Bernstein about the advancements made in the realm of low-carb diabetes research and methodology. As soon as I can get a copy of this new version of Dr. Bernstein's book and read it through, I'll post a review of it here at my blog. Stay tuned!
In the meantime, though, you don't have to wait for his book to come out next month to have YOUR questions about diabetes answered from the man himself. That's right, you can ask Dr. Bernstein any question you want on this subject by using this special link and he will answer it during a FREE LIVE TELESEMINAR CALL this Tuesday, February 27, 2007 at 8:00PM EST.
He wants to know the following from even the deepest skeptics:
What is the single most perplexing question that you would like to ask Dr. Bernstein?
If you have ever wondered about the low-carb approach to treating your diabetes, then Dr. Bernstein is the man you want to ask. In fact, when I attended the Nutritional & Metabolic Aspects of Carbohydrate Restriction conference in Brooklyn, New York in January 2006, Dr. Bernstein was there as a spectator, not as a speaker. But guess who they all turned to when a question about diabetes came up during the question and answer sessions? Yep, it was Dr. Bernstein because he knows what he is talking about even amongst the brightest minds in the field of health and nutrition. Now that's what I call respect!
To participate in the one-hour teleseminar call with Dr. Richard Bernstein, here's what you need to do:
1. Send him your best question
2. On Tuesday evening, dial 712-338-8900
3. Enter the passcode 4838#
4. Call about 10 minutes early to insure your spot
5. Teleseminar limited to the first 800 callers
You can rest assured you will receive the very latest developments surrounding the natural treatment of diabetes. What a rare opportunity to hear from the best in the business of low-carb diabetes treatment! Don't let it pass you by!
If you have any questions, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.