Engineer Overcomes Diabetic Coma, 4 Insulin Shots a Day and a 1337 Blood Glucose Level

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An engineer (DeWayne McCulley) was able to overcome a diabetic coma, a blood sugar level of 1337, two blood clots, pneumonia, and four insulin shots a day. DeWayne used his engineering and biochemistry background to help repair his body and wean himself off the insulin. After three years, he is still drug-free with his blood glucose level in the normal range.

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You can beat this disease - if you are armed with the proper knowledge, tools and motivation. More importantly, because this 6-stage model is based on medically-approved blood tests and addresses the primary root causes of diabetes, it can help all Type 2 diabetics and change the way Type 2 diabetes is treated in the future.

A local engineer (DeWayne McCulley) on the brink of death, went into a diabetic coma at Rochester General Hospital with a blood sugar level of 1337 (more than a thousand points above normal) and lived to tell about it. DeWayne was able to overcome two blood clots, pneumonia, and four insulin shots a day by using his engineering and biochemistry background to repair his body and wean himself off the insulin. He lowered his average glucose level and hemoglobin A1C to the normal ranges while losing 50 pounds and reversing his diabetes within four months. That was over three years ago and today he is still drug-free with his glucose level in the normal range.

DeWayne credits his recovery to God, his doctors, nurses, mother, daughter, a set of accidents (blessings), and his undying thirst for knowledge. But, during his recovery, DeWayne was unable to find a book that provided a systematic approach for fighting this disease. When he couldn't get clear answers to what foods he should eat and why his glucose level was so high, DeWayne used his training as an engineer to research the latest medical studies and test/analyze his blood several times a day to beat this disease. When the American Diabetes Association heard about DeWayne's story, the local director invited him to join one of their diabetic support groups, where he shared his story and was eventually asked to facilitate the meetings for almost two years. Hearing of DeWayne's success and the success of other Type 2 diabetics, various churches and other community groups asked DeWayne to share his story with their members. When diabetics used some of his methods and experienced positive and measurable results, they encouraged him to write a book to share his story beyond the immediate community. DeWayne established a working relationship with BookSurge Publishing (a subsidiary of Amazon.com), and they are now announcing the publication of DeWayne's new book, Death to Diabetes - The 6 Stages of Type 2 Diabetes Control and Reversal.

Type 2 diabetes is reaching such epidemic levels that this disease affects at least one out every three Americans. There are more than 20 million people in the United States and 170 million people worldwide with this disease that leads to amputation, blindness, kidney failure, heart attack or stroke. However, it is not necessary that diabetics have to face these inevitable complications. Although there is no proven and documented medical cure for Type 2 diabetes, based on the author's experience, the feedback from many diabetics who tried some of his nutritional concepts, and the hundreds of medical studies, a life sentence of drug therapy and possible amputation, blindness, kidney failure or heart failure is not necessary. There is hope -- at a minimum, a Type 2 diabetic can live a higher quality and healthier life.

The book explains the author's diabetes experience, the real root causes of diabetes, and how to beat the disease and its complications - based on his 6-stage model, specific metrics and wellness protocols, and research from more than 250 clinical studies. The author states emphatically, "You can beat this disease - if you are armed with the proper knowledge, tools and motivation. More importantly, because this 6-stage model is based on medically-approved blood tests and addresses the primary root causes of diabetes, it can help all Type 2 diabetics and change the way Type 2 diabetes is treated in the future." DeWayne's hope is that Type 2 diabetics will discover that there is a safe, medical approach to successfully fighting and even beating this disease.

This 6-stage wellness model is a structured, systematic approach from Stage 1 (no blood sugar control and sick cells) to Stage 6 (complete blood sugar control and healthy cells) -- based on simple engineering and medical science principles and various medical studies. The model defines a customizable wellness strategy that is an integrated Body-Mind-Spirit approach to the healing process; and, offers easy-to-follow procedures and protocols that specifically address the root causes of Type 2 diabetes and provides medically endorsed measurements and tests to track the progress of a diabetic's recovery. This unique model allows the diabetic to know exactly where he/she is in the recovery process at all times, providing diabetics the motivation to continue on their journey to recovery. Consequently, this model is a must have for every health conscious individual, even if that person is not a diabetic.

About the Author
DeWayne grew up in a small town (Farrell, PA) as the eldest son of Melcan & Minnie (Talbert) McCulley, along with his seven brothers and sisters. DeWayne believes that he was fortunate to have had strong parents, a supporting church, and great teachers in high school and college. DeWayne attended the Pennsylvania State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. DeWayne currently works as an engineer for a Fortune 500 company and volunteers as a community health advocate, providing presentations to churches, wellness forums, and other community groups about diabetes. His mother says: "All these years you've been learning and working as an engineer, God was preparing you for this moment -- so that you could help other people."

DeWayne states: "There is no doubt in my mind that I am truly blessed to have met so many wonderful people and some authentic heroes who are fighting this disease. I hope that by sharing this information, others with similar health problems will be inspired to improve their health or the health of a loved one. If this information helps someone, then, I will know that this was all worth it."

For additional information, contact the author at:
Day (work) phone: 585-422-7206
Evening (home) phone: 585-671-0577
Website: http://www.DeathToDiabetes.com
Business Address: 940 Holt Rd. #190 Webster, NY 14580-9101

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