You CAN eat to beat diabetes – so why isn’t the NHS telling you how?

When I went to medical school, I learnt lots about anatomy, biochemistry and physiology, but next to nothing about nutrition or exercise.

As American holistic health guru Dr Andrew Weil pointed out at a recent meeting of the Royal Society of Medicine: ‘Health professionals should be able to inform patients about the benefit of food, but they can’t because they are not taught the basics.’

And this is happening against a backdrop of one of the greatest health crises of our age: ever-rising blood sugar levels. In the UK, more than four million people now have type 2 diabetes, the sort that’s usually linked to being overweight.

Read Article By Dr. Michael Mosley