From: Thomas Corriher
Subject: HealthWyze and Diabetes
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2010 10:40:32 -0400 (EDT)
"Hello, I am a type 1 diabetic. I have found some information recently that is mind boggling; such as synthetic insulin being poisonous to the pancreas, and that there is in fact, a cure for diabetes. I have been trying to pass this information on to other diabetics, only to be told that the information I have found is untrue, and that my sources (healthwyze specifically) are unreliable and unreputable. I want to help others, but it seems that they really don't want to hear the truth, or they can't believe it. Where do you get your information? I would really like to pass it on."
We have lots of sources, and we try to cite the better ones in the articles themselves. Sometimes we get lax about that policy, but overall an effort is made. Which ever path you take will ultimately be a leap of faith. That leap will have rewards or consequences. If your skeptical friends all have health conditions requiring constant (or intermittent) pharmaceuticals just to function, then they should not be considered credible sources of health information. They have already made their leap of faith (or lack of), and it will cost them more over the long term than they can imagine. One lesson we have learned well is that you cannot save anyone who does not wish to be saved, and that's most people nowadays. You cannot give proof to those who will ignore what is already before them. The effort is like throwing your best pearls before swine. We know there are people who actually are worth the time investment.
I applaud your desire to save others, but everyone has to live by the consequences of their decisions. The only comfort that I can give to you is that someday you will be able to say, "I told you so". I'm about to do that with my own mother, who is expected to die from chemotherapy (not cancer) very soon.
I am reminded of a lost quote from Shakespeare.
"Whenever a light appears in the world, you will know it by this sign.
All the fools will be rushing forward to extinguish it."
You can eliminate diabetes if you do everything right, and do it religiously. It can be done. If you allow yourself to be filled with doubt, then you have allowed those sick fools to damn you. The battle must first be won in the mind, and then it can be won in the body. I wish you luck, and hope you make the right leap.
The only way to lead is by example. That's all you can hope for.
If you would like to talk to someone who has been there, then you may contact Sarah for specific questions. She cured herself of diabetes, and that's how The Health Wyze Report got it's start. Feel free to contact her at: xxxxxxxx@HealthWyze.org
By the way, you really do need to find someone who will give you moral support while doing the special diet (or juice fasting). It's not going to be easy at all, and it will be tempting to bail-out. In fact, getting a hypnotist beforehand to help you to find the drive and increase your will power would be a great idea.