New hope for diabetics! Take charge of your health, and live a longer, healthier life. Are you suffering from diabetes? In this concise audio book, you'll discover a wealth of information to help you win your battle with high blood sugar. The complications of diabetes are many and serious, but there are biblical guidelines and recent medical findings that will help you prevent or reverse its long-term effects. Dr. Colbert has taken the confusion away from diabetes and made it simple and easy to understand.
This audio contains information that your doctor never may have told you, including warning symptoms you must not ignore, how to fight back and win against diabetes, a weight-loss diet you can live with, and important information about the use of natural supplements. You want to be healthy. God wants you to be healthy. Now this highly anticipated revised and expanded edition from the Bible Cure series is available to help you get healthy: body, mind, and spirit.
©2010 Don Colbert (P)2010 Oasis
The title name should be changed to something else which better fits its content. However, Dr. Colbert does give a number of recommendations for diabetics which could be discussed with the person's physician regarding tests, nutritional supplements and other tips (such as the glycemic index, etc.) regarding the care of diabetes.
The book has prayers to the Lord Jesus and asking for his aid in change. Any Christian would have an interest in such things. However, this book is heavy on Prosperity Gospel, positive thinking, some guided imagery, etc. which is why Dr. Colbert is immensely popular with TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) viewers. Many Christians see these types of suggestions and practices described in the book as unbiblical and better fitting to eastern and gnostic philosophies.
The narrator of the book is easy to listen to and understand.
I have this disease and what I need is information. What I don't need is hard sell sales pitches and bible bashing pep talks. Junk and GARBAGE!
I have only given this review a star because there is no provision for negative ratings and 1 star is forced by the software.
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