March 27, 2017

Sugar consumption linked to diabetes apart from obesity. How you can get informed help for your diet & health issues!

Golden granulated, light muscovado and dark muscovado sugarFor untold years now we have been made aware of the fact that consuming inordinate amounts of certain unhealthy fats, sugar and salt is bad for our health. Many years back Dr. Steenblock along with many other leading lights in the world of alternative medicine asserted that dietary sugar intake was causing people to develop type 2 diabetes apart from any weight gain or obesity associated with sugar consumption.  Skeptics and so-called quackbusters dismissed this as nonsense and insisted that sugar was the culprit in dental caries and perhaps weight gain and little else. Time was not kind to the naysayers as study after study has pointed to links between dietary sugar intake and various human ills. Now, in 2013, comes a very sweeping epidemiological study carried out by scientists at Stanford University School of Medicine, the University of California-Berkeley and the University of California-San Francisco, in which they rigorously looked at data on sugar availability and diabetes rates in 175 countries over the past ten years. After taking into account obesity and other factors, these researchers found unmistakable evidence that “increased sugar in a population’s food supply was linked to higher diabetes rates, independent of obesity rates” (This is from a lay write-up on the study which you can access at      

If you are wrestling with a chronic disease, perhaps you’ve wondered if something in your diet triggered it and/or is fueling its progression. You can search using Google or other search engines and probably wind up confused, mainly because experts and studies often seem at odds with each other. You will also have to contend with the same skeptics and naysayers who dismissed sugar intake as a direct contributor to diabetes (See above).  It takes knowledge, experience and seasoned judgment to make sound clinical connections and prescribe suitable treatments and remedies, something Dr. Steenblock possesses in abundance. And, he is willing to help you out — for FREE.  That’s right, for free. To nail down your free consultation with Dr. Steenblock call his clinic toll free at 1-800-300-1063 between 9 am and 5 pm Pacific Time, Monday through Friday.

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Sugar contributing to 35 million deaths annually say experts. Dr. Steenblock offers a healthy alternative.

For over four decades Dr. David Steenblock has been warning that use and abuse of sugar was fueling a whole host of health issues. Many naysayers denied this and denigrated Dr. Steenblock for sounding the alarm.

Sugar linked to 35 million deaths annually

In the February 2 issue of the prestigious journal, Nature, Robert Lustig MD, Laura Schmidt PhD, MSW, MPH, and Claire Brindis, DPH, colleagues at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), argued that sugar is contributing to 35 million deaths each year and should be regulated much as tobacco and  alcohol is.

In a February 1, 2012 ScienceDaily article it is noted that “sugar’s potential for abuse, coupled with its toxicity and pervasiveness in the Western diet make it a primary culprit of this worldwide health crisis.”

 An alternative to sugar

 One sugar alternative that Dr. Steenblock suggests is Stevia which is extracted from Stevia rebaudiana, a species of the Stevia family of plants native to various subtropical and tropical regions such as South America. It has been used as a sweetener in Paraguay for centuries and in Japan for many decades. Here in the US it is sold as a nutritional supplement.

 What other secrets does nature hold?

 Dr. Steenblock has been researching and working with herbs and compounds derived from them that slow and even reverse many chronic health conditions for decades. If your doctor has turned you into a walking drug store in his attempt to manage your medical problems and you’d prefer gentler, less side-effect laden methods you owe it to yourself to do a consultation with Dr. Steenblock. To arrange this all you need to do is call his clinic at 1-800-300-1063.

 And make sure to visit Dr. Steenblock’s other websites such as,,, and     


 University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) (2012, February 1). Societal control of sugar essential to ease public health burden, experts


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