Wed, 27 February 2019
Tom Jelinek earned his PhD in 1993 from McMaster University, studying cellular regulatory processes. He then joined the Cancer Center at the University of Virginia Medical School, where he furthered his studies on the mechanisms of cell signaling. At age 51, Tom was diagnosed with type II diabetes, with a blood glucose reading of 325 mg/dl (18 mM). But instead of turning to medication, he returned to his roots, and began to ask what went wrong, and whether it could be cured by reversing what went wrong. The result was a halving of blood glucose in under a month, and full reversal of diabetes in under three months.
Listen in today as Jimmy and Dr. Jelinek talk about:
"Saying the function of insulin is to remove glucose from the blood is like saying the function of your gas pedal is to remove fuel from the car's tank." – Dr. Tom Jelinek
Direct download: LLVLC_1479_-_Dr_Tom_Jelinek_Digs_Into_Diabetes_Down_To_The_Cellular_Level_Embracing_A_Ketogenic_Diet.mp3
Category:Low-Carb Lifestyle -- posted at: 9:32am EDT