Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, and other preventable diseases.

Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.

Don't want to get cancer? Or Alzheimer's? Or high blood pressure? Want to avoid a heart attack? Dr. Marlene Merritt from the Merritt Wellness Center in Austin, Texas explains the link between insulin and major disease. (part 2 of 4)

Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, and other preventable diseases.

Don't want to get cancer? Or Alzheimer's? Or high blood pressure? Want to avoid a heart attack? Dr. Marlene Merritt from the Merritt Wellness Center in Austin, Texas explains the link between insulin and major disease. (part 2 of 4)

Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.
Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.
Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.
Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.
Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.

Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.

Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, And Other Preventable Diseases.

22 thoughts on “Blood Sugar: The Link To Cancer, Heart Attacks, and other preventable diseases.

  1. Can you do a video on specific foods to eat? Example meals? I’m trying to
    feel better, and you videos are very helpful. Thank you.

  2. Hi, PutuPup , I would rather avoid milk and dairy, the main cause of ashma
    and other allergies. Of course, refined white flour , refined sugar and all
    other high processed foods, not only animal produces, are a bad idea as
    well, as they also play a role in all chronical diseases. Eat mostly a
    healthy , natural plant-based diet. This is what we were physiologically
    and anatomically designed to eat, that is the answer. I mean it, save your
    life!

  3. Hi,rick…8 months ago you asked for a vídeo on specific foods to eat and
    nobody answered, so I am going to take the liberty to reccomend you to
    follow your own intuition,be your own doctor, make some researches yourself
    on health care and the wonderful hability of our body to heal itself make
    some good reading and watch the enlightning vídeos by responsible
    researchers, like Dr T. Collin Campbell, Dr Dean Ornish, Dr Neal Barnard .
    By the way, have you watched The DoctorYourself?Good Bye.

  4. If I had something to write kind of ” oh, my goodness and bla bla bla , my
    comment would be approved , but, sorry, I don´t. Come on, it is all about
    Atkins diet. The fact is this kind of diet killed Atkins and is killing
    people not only in USA but worldwide.

  5. Not sure why you’re reacting that way; I don’t mind alternative views. The
    only problem is that your statements are inaccurate. For starters, Atkins
    died of a head injury acquired in a fall. Secondly, actual research on low
    carb diets don’t support your statement as well.

  6. I was just diagnosed with hypoglycemia. I thought I was eating a well
    balanced diet, but I still feel like crap. It is affecting my daily life
    and I don’t have energy to do anything..and I’m only 28! I’m confused with
    the “no carbs” and “low carbs” you keep mentioning. I can’t eat an apple
    without feeling like crap, so my doctor recommended eating the Apple with a
    protein or carb to balance the sugar out. Is that not correct to do? I
    tried visiting your website but it looks like it is down.

  7. Do you all offer a sample daily diet that I could follow and hopefully feel
    better? I’m so tired of feeling like this all the time, it makes me not
    want to eat at all bc I’m scared anything I eat will make me feel tired,
    fatigue, can’t concentrate, can’t remember things, etc.

  8. i beg to differ, Atkins died as a result of slipping on some ice on a
    sidewalk in NYC and hitting his head. Look it up. You must be a vegan with
    an agenda, denying the truth.

  9. i did away with soda pop and all sweets from bread to candy to cereal and
    pasta, lost 25 lbs and now have 6 pack abs and can see the veins in my arms
    once again while before were covered with a layer of fat, yes i lost alot
    of body fat as a result of dropping sweets from my diet. I eat a lot of
    whole fruit instead and still maintain my saturated fat intake.

  10. thank you so much for this precious information, i’am 40 years old and i’ve
    been a sugar addic for 30 years now… chronic fatigue and poor health is
    wath i got right now… after reading weat belly i cut the whole grain out
    of my diet for almost 2 weeks now,, and i really feel better, but i
    suspect i still eat to much carb in form of fruit, so i’am gonna stick to
    your 60 gramms carb max a day…. thank you so so much… 

  11. Please write and publish a book! I would purchase it! Wished I lived in TX,
    I would visit your Wellness Center tomorrow! :)

  12. It sounds real impressive ….. until you bother to check “Dr.” Marlene
    Merritt’s credentials. DOM and LAc mean “Doctor of Oriental Medicine” and
    “Licensed Accupuncturist” – I assume these titles are sold together as a
    set. Her ACN is a little tougher – maybe Association of Camp Nurses, maybe
    American College of Nutrition. In any case, a total absence of support
    from anyone anywhere whose name ends in M.D. or even D.O. That should tell
    you something.

    1. +Bernard Sussman You clearly missed my Masters degree in Human Nutrition
      from the accredited University of Bridgeport 🙂 And if you think someone
      with an MD or DO knows something about nutrition, you are in for an
      unfortunately awakening.

    2. +Merritt Wellness Center I would assume that an MD or DO would be able to
      read your book and apply your method himself if he saw any merit in it. And
      you still haven’t explained the ACN.

    3. +Bernard Sussman Like I mentioned in your other comments, not sure why you
      have a bone to pick with me, but the ACN is Applied Clinical Nutritionist,
      which I did before my Masters in Nutrition. And there are plenty of doctors
      who DO apply this — this is basic biochemistry.

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