Reducing Health Care Costs by Improving Dietary Guidelines

since 1977 Diabetes Type 2 has risen exponential and cotinues to rise to a critical mass world wide. By changing the guidelines we can reduce the occurence of diabetes T 2, put current diabetics in remission, and reduce compiclations of diabetes. These include heart disease, heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney disease, depression, some cancers and depression, The Science has come a long way since we started demonizing fat. Doctors around the world with a new approach to a healthy diet based on science are working together to make this happen. However, funding by big food and big pharma is blocking this very effectively. I respectfully suggest that you contact Dr.Jason Fung in Scarborough Ont and Dr Jay Wortman at UBC. Dr Fung has written 2 books: The Obesity Code" and "The Complete Guide to Fasting" His program, called Intensive Dietary Management has helped thousands of patients all over the world with the cooperation of their local family doctors. Dr Wortman worked to devise an experiment testing dietary changes n a remote Aboriginal community off the north coast of Vancouver Island. The experiment was aired in a documentary on CBC. called My Big Fat Diet in 2008. See article: This is a revolutionary approach total goes against the current attitudes toward diet. However, along with the many healthcare professionals and their successful patients are living proof that these new strategies actually work. However, there is a lot of political and financial opposition. to the extent that Professor Tim Noakes in South Africa has been charged with unprofessional conduct. This is definitely a David and Goliath confrontation. But there are many many Davids around the world willing to risk their profession livelihoods by speaking out publicly. I know you love a good cause. This is definitely one, But I urge you to check out the references I gave so that you can make up your own mind. This is the first time that a politician has actually requested direct open ended submissions on the issues they feel passionate about. I know that you will be receiving many responses from people who have many important issues. I hope that you will give serious consideration to my issue. Thank you. Yours sincerely, Birgit Apitius M8W 1B1 Watch here: Dr, Peter Attia was born and raised in Toronto and did his undergrad studies at Queen's University. He currently practics in San Diego, California

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