Ex-diabetic Engineer & Author DeWayne McCulley

Ex-diabetic Engineer & Author of Death to Diabetes -- DeWayne McCulley

In March  2002, DeWayne McCulley shocked his doctors and survived a near-death diabetic coma, despite a blood glucose of 1337, more than a 1200 points above normal! ex-diabetic-engineer-author-dewayne-mcculley.jpg

DeWayne was able to overcome hyperinsulinemia, hyperglycemia, hypertriglyceridemia, pancreatitis, two major blood clots (DVT), pneumonia, and four insulin shots a day.

DeWayne, a now-retired Xerox engineer and Penn State engineering graduate, further shocked his doctors by using his 25 years of experience in engineering and biochemistry to wean himself off the insulin, Coumadin and other drugs -- and, remain off the drugs.

He lowered his average blood glucose level and his hemoglobin A1C to the normal ranges (92 mg/dl, 4.4%) while losing 55 pounds and reversing his diabetes within 3.5 months.

According to his family doctor, he said that DeWayne is no longer diabetic! -- that he is an "ex-diabetic." However, DeWayne's endocrinologist told him that he would be back on insulin within 3 months. That was over 15 years ago and today DeWayne is still drug-free with an average blood glucose level of 92.5 mg/dl.

DeWayne says “I was blessed with strong parents and teachers who gave me this strong work ethic and belief that I could do anything – if I really applied myself. And, if my mother, sister and my daughter (Cynthia) hadn’t taken care of me when I got out of the hospital, I would still be diabetic today.”

DeWayne worked as a diabetes educator and volunteer (support group facilitator) for several years with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) and other community groups.

With support from his mother, his daughter, the local churches, his co-workers and the American Diabetes Association support group, McCulley wrote a book about his near-death diabetes experience and how he recovered to live a drug-free life.

The book (titled “Death to Diabetes”) explains how McCulley used his engineering background to not only get off the drugs, but defeat his Type 2 diabetes and reverse the complications that were affecting his eyes, kidneys, and legs. As a result, Mr. McCulley still has healthy eyes, kidneys, and legs today.

More importantly, his book (and workshops) have helped to save and improve the lives of thousands of diabetics, who are now living healthier lives without the need for so many toxic drugs and other medications.

If you're diabetic and have some doubts, that's okay. Just take a few minutes and watch some of the videos on YouTube and read the testimonials on Amazon about DeWayne's book and how it has helped so many people.

If you still have any doubts, then, try DeWayne's Super Breakfast protocol for 7 days and watch your blood sugar start to come down!:   broccoli-wild-salmon-death-to-diabetes.jpg

-- 2 cups steamed broccoli
-- 2-3 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil (put on top of the broccoli after steaming)
-- 3 oz. canned wild salmon
-- 16 oz. filtered water
-- 1 cup raw green juice (30 minutes before breakfast)

Because of the success of DeWayne's nutritional program and book, some of his customers asked him to provide more information about healthy recipes and raw juicing.

After conducting several workshops and classes about how to design more healthy meals and how to juice the right way, this led DeWayne to write a diabetes cookbook and a diabetes juicing book. Interestingly, these books have become two of his best-sellers, next to his diabetes book.

And, because of the book's success, the author has been asked to provide corporate wellness training, workshops, classes, and training to various companies, organizations, and community groups.