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"Would You Spend Three Hours To Add An Extra 15 Years To Your Life?"

200 Million Americans At Risk. But there is hope.

Diabetes Danger
What 200 million Americans
At Risk Need to Know
By Walter M. Bortz II, M.D.


A catastrophic health care inferno largely caused by diabetes now threatens to engulf 200 million Americans.  For the first time in history, because of this dire epidemic, the average Americanís life expectancy is expected to drop.  On average, a diabetic dies 15 years prematurely, while spending an additional $11,000 per year on health care treatment for this terrible disease and its painful complications -- which can include heart disease, stroke, amputations, blindness and kidney failure.

Sounding the alarm on the disastrous diabetes firestorm now raging is Walter M. Bortz II, M.D., one of the worldís foremost authorities on longevity. In Diabetes Danger, Dr. Bortz shows what each of us can do, what we must do, to reverse the damage before it is too late.
Among the important questions Dr. Bortz addresses in Diabetes Danger:
  • What is diabetes, and how did it grow from an almost unknown disease to todayís epidemic?
  • How does our genetic makeup combine with our  modern lifestyle to almost guarantee that an American will contract diabetes?

  • Why donít doctors prescribe the best treatment for the disease? 

  • Why canít drugs cure it?

  • Can watching television increase diabetes risk? 

  • What steps can we take to save your body from physical ruin?

  • What steps can you take to save our society from financial ruin?

Ironically, the same technologies that gave us the highest living standards on earth are now fanning the flames of a fire that drugs and doctors cannot put out. With healthcare costs related to diabetes now approaching $200 billion per year, companies, governments and individuals will soon no longer be able afford treatment of this appalling disease.

This comprehensive book provides much-needed information on the horrifying dangers of uncontrolled diabetes.

This is an essential guide for diabetics, their caregivers, or for anyone who has diabetes in their family. Diabetes Danger also provides crucial advice for those seeking to prevent a diabetic outbreak.

Dr. Bortzís book offers hope, showing steps that should be taken to quench the fire of diabetes. He also gives potential strategies to reverse diabetesí symptoms once the dreaded disease has struck and demonstrates how personal health maintenance, rather than the medical system, is more effective reining in this horrible disease.

Dr. Bortz has traveled the globe on a diabetes fact-finding safari. Diabetes Danger tells the complete story: from the first-recorded incidence of the disease in ancient Egypt over 3,500 years ago to the brilliant men who made the breakthrough discovery of the role of insulin, from the !Kung Bushmen of the Kalahari desert to the laboratories of the National Institutes of Health.  Additionally, Dr. Bortz shares his moving profiles of individual diabetes victims and victors. 

Finally, Dr. Bortz shines the light on the challenges we now collectively face -- both for public policy and for our own healthy future.

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