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That Diabetes Documentary

This isn't just a health crisis waiting to explode - diabetes rates have already blown up exponentially for the past several decades. And Type 2 diabetes doesn't seem to be slowing down.

This eye-opening, hard-hitting documentary walks you through why we've allowed the threat of diabetes to loom over us for so long. But more than that, it also shows you how to escape this deadly trap.

Every half a minute, about 5 people die from diabetes-related complications. More than ever, this is the time to take action and take your health back into your hands.

That Diabetes Documentary provides you with the tools and resources to push back against this terrible trend.

7 Myths About Diabetes

This docu-series aims to shed much-needed light on the different kinds of diabetes. There's a lot of misinformation that's confusing the public and it's time to clear some of the biggest misconceptions about diabetes and stop perpetuating the myths surrounding it:
Myth #1: Diabetes cannot be stopped / fixed
Medically speaking, this is true. But in reality it’s false. Here’s an example of why.

Jack and Jill have a bucket. Jack drops it on concrete and a crack appears at the bottom of it. So, they go ahead and add a new ‘2nd bottom’ to the bucket with some wood and glue. Now the bucket is fixed. But technically the crack is still there, it’s just no longer a problem.

Similarly with Diabetes, if someone is to make some food swap and body movement changes, that result in their symptoms dropping away to nothing, then they have essentially stopped Diabetes.

Yes, if they make some poor lifestyle choices in the future it could come back, but essentially, as far as their medical markers are concerned, it’s now gone.

At this point, Doctors may recommend going off the diabetes medication the Diabetes markers are now gone.

I’ve met many people who have been previously Diabetic, and are now in better health than they ever had been, even before they were diagnosed.

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Myth #1: Overconsumption of Sugar Leads To Type 2 Diabetes
For most people, it might make perfect sense that a diet high in sugar is the culprit behind diabetes. But the truth isn't that simple.

Diabetes is essentially the body's inability to produce insulin, a hormone that removes the glucose from your bloodstream and passes it to your cells and organs.

Normally, your pancreas should be able to make enough insulin to do the job. But poor lifestyle choices (which involves processed food and a sedentary daily routine) leads you to overconsume calories you don't end up burning. This stresses out your pancreas to make more and more insulin to keep up with the excess glucose. But eventually, your pancreas gets damaged and stops working.

As insulin production grinds to a halt, blood sugar levels spike to dangerous levels, causing a cascade of complications. Harmful fats called triglyciderides will build up and throw off your hormonal balance. This leads to overeating which will compound the problem even more.
Myth #2: Having Diabetes Means Following a Very Restrictive Diet
It's wrong to think that diabetics are doomed to a life of eating tasteless, unappetizing food. But in reality, you can still enjoy tasty, satisfying meals that don't spike your insulin or throw off your hormones.

It's more about following guidelines (rather than hard and fast rules) to make sure you're giving your body what it actually needs without depriving yourself. 

That Diabetes Documentary provides people with a better way to live while enjoying incredibly appealing and nutritionally-packed food options in the process!
Myth #3: You Need to Throw Carbs Out The Window
Like any other food, carbohydrates are a source of energy for your body to burn. The problem isn't carbs in itself, but rather eating the WRONG kind and HOW MUCH of it you eat.

Refined carbs, for instance, doesn't have the fiber which prevents your blood glucose levels from spiking. Complex carbs, on the other hand, burn more slowly which keeps your glucose levels nice and even throughout the day.

And when you keep your portion sizes reasonable, you can still enjoy certain carbs and manage diabetes at the same time.
Myth #4: You Need To Give Up Specific Fruits
While not all fruits are created equal, you don't actually have to stop eating some of them. Generally, they have essential micronutrients that fight oxidation, while fiber promotes good digestion.

However, some fruits happen to have what's known as a high glycemic index (GI) which can be a tricky issue for diabetics. 

So the rule of thumb is to eat more low-GI fruits, and manage your high-GI fruit consumption. Plus, eating high-GI fruits after a workout will keep your glucose levels steady.
Myth #5: Skinny People Don't Get Type 2 Diabetes
This couldn't be more wrong. Yes, excess body fat does play a part in developing diabetes, but genetics and other factors are also part of the picture.

Things like fatigue, constant thirst, immunity problems, numbness of extremities should be taken into account. More importantly, schedule regular check-ups and test blood sugar levels to know where you're at.
Myth #6: Taking Insulin Is a Sign Of Serious Trouble
There are times when adjusting your eating habits and more cardio will get blood glucose levels and insulin production under control. Some people might need to also take medication without having to rely on taking insulin.

However, if someone doesn't respond to this approach and has to step things up, it's not the end of the world. In fact, taking insulin is actually not dangerous at all.

Research shows that insulin treatment doesn't lead to complications and helps some diabetics manage their lives much better. So, problems can arise when someone who needs artifical insulin avoids taking it and starts experiencing even more symptoms than before.

The challenge that changed my life forever...

Not too long ago, filmmaker Judd Resnick knew he had to make a massive change in his life...

Realizing the danger of an unhealthy lifestyle, he moved from the U.S. to New Zealand with his wife Roxanna. But even with the abundance of fresh and whole foods in his new home country, Judd still faced the challenge of living healthy.

So, he documented his quest to find the answers he was looking for - and reduce the threat of diabetes and other lifestyle-related diseases.

To unlock the mystery of diabetes, Judd sought the expert insights of medical authorities on the subject. He travelled around the world to interview doctors, nutritionists, physical therapists, fitness experts, educators, parents, students, and diabetics.

Using their rich knowledge base, this documentary puts together the pieces of the puzzle to help people understand how this silent, deadly disease works - and more importantly, how to STOP it.

That Diabetes Documentary

Here’s a Quick Overview of the Episodes
Episode 1:  The Rising Tide of Diabetes
Host Judd Resnick introduces us to a frightening new reality; we now live in a world where nearly 10% of the global population is diabetic. 

In this introductory episode, we learn the basics of what it means to be diagnosed with diabetes.
Episode 2: Hidden Sugars & The Rise Of The ‘Bliss Point’
In this episode, we will discover the many forms of sugar. We will learn that not all sugars are necessarily “evil,” and, in fact, humans need to consume certain forms of sugar to fuel their bodies.

We’ll break down which types of sugar are best avoided on a regular basis, where to find dangerous and hidden sugars which are secretly added to certain packaged foods, and how to go about healthfully enjoying a certain type of sugar, and amount of carbohydrates without damaging your body.
Episode 3: Pairing The Right Foods To Maximize Insulin Response
Food is essential to life, and in this episode we’ll look at every main food group to learn the benefits and dangers of what you eat. We’ll also learn the importance of fiber and protein in relation to managing diabetes in general. 

Nutritionist Vandana Sheth, will show us a new method for gauging which types of foods and how much of each we should have on our plate at meal time, and Chef Ronnie Fischer will show us how to cook a healthy and delicious salmon salad.
Episode 4: ‘Healthy’ Supermarket Foods To AVOID (And What To Have Instead)
Now that we understand the basics of the main food groups, it’s time to delve into the hows, whys and wheres for eating “the right” foods. 

In this episode, we’ll journey to the grocery store and show you how to properly navigate each isle to find the healthiest and most cost-effective foods you should be including in your daily meals. We’ll also show you an example of a delicious and healthy pasta alternative you can cook up from home in under half an hour.
Episode 5: Daily Movements That Maintain Glucose Control
In this episode, you will meet high school science teacher Tory Michaels who will expose just how unhealthy today’s teens have become. We will learn some key insights as to how educators and parents alike can help reverse today’s dangerous trends for the sake of our kids’ health. 

We’ll also meet research scientists Dr. Corinna Koebnick and Dr. Jean Lawrence. They are each conducting important studies regarding childhood obesity and the links between today’s unhealthy culture and the rise of diabetes amongst adolescent populations.

Plus, Muy Thai instructor Dougal McKenzie will break down all the types of exercise we can and should incorporate into our daily routines, and teach us easy and effective exercises we can quickly do from the comfort our our living rooms.
Episode 6: The Science of Diabetes (Part 1 of 2)
In this episode we’ll dig deeper into the mysteries of how and why diabetes adversely affects so many organs within our bodies. What short and long-term damage can we expect if we don’t properly manage our blood glucose levels? What exactly is gestational diabetes, and what does that mean for the health of expectant mothers and their children?

We’ll also meet Joselito Buenaventura, an otherwise healthy type 2 diabetic who still must take a wide variety of medications in order to maintain proper control over his condition. Which medications should we know and understand when it comes to diabetes, and can any of these medications be avoided?
Episode 7: The Science of Diabetes (Part 2 of 2)
In the second part of our exploration of the science and medicine behind a diabetes diagnosis, we’ll travel to one of the biotech capitals of the world, Sorrento Valley, California, to meet pharmaceutical technologist Dr. Christopher Rhodes. He’ll give us a sneak peek at the future of diabetes medications and technology.

In this episode, we’ll meet former type 2 diabetics and mother and son Sandra and John Richardson. They’ll tell us their stories of how they became type 2 diabetics and reveal the secrets to how they both successfully and permanently lowered their blood sugar levels to below the diabetic threshold. 

Pharmacist Dr. Jennifer Lamoureux will also explain how she created a unique method for her diabetic father to incorporate helpful fruits, vegetables, and spices into his every day diet.
Episode 8: How To Live Happier, Healthier, Longer
In our final episode, we’ll explore the major themes of our series. What is diabetes? How can we eat healthier and create better lifestyles for ourselves and our loved ones? There is hope for all of us, and the future does not have to be one in which we are all more unhealthy.

We’ll put all the pieces of the diabetes puzzle together to reveal the big picture of how we can all live healthier, happier, and longer lives - lives beyond diabetes.

Experts Featured In The Series...

Dr. Jean Lawrence
Research Scientist
Dr. Corinna Koebnick
Research Scientist
Dr. Mitchell Geffner
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Dr. Merri Pendergrass
Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism Specialist
Dr. Jim Mann
Dr. Susan Guzman
Diabetes Psychologist
Dr. Catherine Heinlein
Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator
Dr. Rinki Murphy
Specialist Diabetes Physician
Ronnie Fisher
Chef and Certified Personal Trainer
Dr. Mark Wheeler
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Vandana Sheth
Dr. Peter Shepherd
Professor of Cellular Signalling
Ari Whitten
Fat Loss and Nutrition Expert
Dougal McKenzie
Personal Trainer and Owner of Knockout Fitness
Megan Kimble
Author and Editor of Edible Baja Arizona Magazine
Christopher Rhodes
Pharmaceutical Technologist
Dr. Jennifer Lamoureux
Lauren Kanzler CCN
Clinical Nutritionist
Izabella Wentz
Thyroid Pharmacist, Author
Lisa Lewtan
Holistic Health Practitioner
Leanne Ely
Certified Nutritionist, Author
Summer Bock
Pediatric Endocrinologist
Jessica Moulds
Registered Dietitian
Mark Webster
Naturopathic Pharmacist
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Diabetes Smarts Ebook
8 Original Episodes (Digital)
8 Companion Guides
12 Supplementary Videos (Digital)
That Diabetes Cookbook
That Diabetes Shopping List
15 Ways To Reduce Your Bloods Sugar 
The Diabetic's Guide To Healthy and Delicious Eating
The Silent Epidemic: Everything You Need To Know About Type 2 Diabetes 
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8 Original Episodes (DVD + Digital)

Diabetes Smarts PDF & Book
8 Original Episodes (DVD + Digital)
8 Companion Guides PDF's & Book
12 Supplementary Videos  (DVD + Digital)
That Diabetes Cookbook PDF & Book
That Diabetes Shopping List PDF & Physical Copy
15 Ways To Reduce Your Bloods Sugar PDF & Book
The Diabetic's Guide To Healthy and Delicious Eating PDF & Book
The Silent Epidemic: Everything You Need To Know About Type 2 Diabetes PDF & Book
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Diabetes Smarts Book
8 Original Episodes (DVD)
Companion Guides (Book)
12 Supplementary Videos (DVD)
That Diabetes Cookbook
That Diabetes Shopping List
15 Ways To Reduce Your Bloods Sugar Book
The Diabetic's Guide To Healthy and Delicious Eating Book
The Silent Epidemic: Everything You Need To Know About Type 2 Diabetes Book
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is That Diabetes Documentary?
This eye-opening, hard-hitting documentary walks you through why we've allowed the threat of diabetes to loom over us for so long. But more than that, it also shows you how to escape this deadly trap and live a diabetes-free life.

Every half a minute, about 5 people die from diabetes-related complications. More than ever, this is the time to take action and take your health back into your hands.

That Diabetes Documentary provides you with the tools and resources to push back against this terrible trend.
How long will it take for my package to arrive?
You can immediately download the digital package upon purchase. You simply have to log in to the members download area to access the complete That Diabetes Documentary program.

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We accept returns of the Physical Package within 60 days of placing your order. All returns need to be sent to That Diabetes Documentary c/o Vervante Returns, 400 North Geneva Road, STE C, Lindon, UT 84042, USA.

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Yes, That Diabetes Documentary is supported by a full 8-week money back guarantee.

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