"I was really active, I played tennis. All of a sudden I was having energy deficiencies... Unlike a lot of people, I was kind of relieved because I was worried. The good news is that this can be managed."
"Eight months ago, Mr. Adams learned during a health checkup for abdominal pain that he had Type 2 diabetes. He said his average blood sugar level was so high that the doctor was surprised he had not already lapsed into a coma.... Spurning the American tendency to treat every ailment with medication, he instead explored the body’s ability to heal itself."
"Make your goal concrete, and if necessary, break it down into smaller steps. For example, if your resolution is to consume fewer carbohydrates, resolve to eat carbohydrates only at one meal per day rather than resolving to eliminate carbohydrates entirely. Once you are successful, begin to decrease your consumption further."