A groundbreaking method to reverse diabetes

 

Join Gary Williams and Professor Roy Taylor as he shares his research into how you can get beyond diabetes and remain free from the disease.

Wishing you tapping success

Gary

P.S. You can discover more about the finer points of this new process by using my new Free Facebook app here,

I do welcome private treatments with others who may need my help but I am limited in time and so there would be a cost involved when working with me using Heart Centred Tapping.

Contact me if you would like a session on an area that you are struggling with at the moment and we can work on Skype or Zoom.

Get Free of Diabetes

For many years I struggled with my diabetic condition and like most people who have it, was aware that it is a progressive disease that is not solved by medication.

I used a method of diet created by Dr Michael Mosley that in itself works well but you also have to work on the emotions that if not addressed can mean that you may well end up falling off the wagon and having to go back to medication again.

So with my experience in dealing with the negative thoughts, critical voices in the head, cravings and addictions to sugar and staying on the diet I have had success and no longer have any diabetic issues and have been released from medication.

In the following video Professor Roy Taylor explains more about how it is now possible to get beyond diabetes for good.

Food Attraction

I have worked with many people in the past on cravings with some success, but sometimes there is an exception and recent research may be pointing to the reason why.

When we work on cravings we get the person to sniff the chocolate taking in the aroma and we may well tap on the enjoyment we are going to have, knowing also that we are going to eat the chocolate.

But there is one missing piece in the treatment process and that is that over many many years we have built up anticipation of getting the reward, so that when we see chocolate or other confectionery we have a spike or rush.  This has been created over years of conditioning and sugar companies use this to their advantage, so when you see the wrapper you are already high and that is caused by the anticipation, not just the eating of it. Continue reading

Metformin and Risk For Vitamin B12 Deficiency

Metformin and Risk For Vitamin B12 Deficiency

Published December 4, 2006 by Amy Campbell, MS, RD, LDN, CDE

Long term treatment with metformin in patients with type 2 diabetes and risk of vitamin B-12 deficiency: randomised placebo controlled trial

BMJ 2010; 340 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.c2181 (Published 20 May 2010)Cite this as: BMJ 2010;340:c2181

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Weight Reduction and the Importance of Sleeping

When looking at weight reduction a number of areas are important to address, none more so than the level of sleep you are achieving each and every night.

Past studies have shown that inadequate sleep can have a strong correlation with obesity and a team of researchers at Stanford University found that insufficient sleep adversely affects hormone levels associated with activity and appetite. Continue reading