Cutting out bread and pasta reversed diabetes, but why do health authorities advise the opposite?

Oh, when is the public going to catch on.  All of the nutritional advice to avoid fats and eat carbohydrates (bread, rice, pasta, cereal) over the past four decades has been intentionally designed to foster more disease for modern medicine to treat.

The masses are like chattel, herded and fed by their shepherds.  The sheeple are non the wiser.

So two sons took their 62-year old diabetic father who was diagnosed with diabetes and obesity and who had to use crutches to walk as his foot was in danger of being amputated, and laid out a new diet plan for him.  The two sons took their father off of bread and pasta, two carbohydrates that turn to sugar in the body.  The new diet reversed their father’s diabetes.  The whole story of how they brought their father back from the brink of death is told in a new BBC film entitled FIXING DAD.   The story is told in a recent issue of The Daily Mail UK July 18, 2016.

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