A Modern Approach to Type 2 Diabetes with Traditional Roots
There are dozens of blood sugar formulations on the market working to different degrees to help protect the vascular system and bring down HGBa1c. While endothelial protection has been a strength of these formulations, the weakness has been in affecting the HGBA1c itself.
There are dozens of blood sugar formulations on the market working to different degrees to help protect the vascular system and bring down HGBa1c. While endothelial protection has been a strength of these formulations, the weakness has been in affecting the HGBA1c itself. Naturopathic physicians and other holistic practitioners needed to rely more on patients making dramatic dietary changes than botanical success thereby narrowing the field of potential patients dramatically. This has changed. Exciting new raw data on a modern new combination based on traditional Ayurveda has brought some striking results to the patients of Dr. Decker Weiss. Hear from Dr. Weiss himself, learn about the botanicals and their history, and see the data for yourself in this webinar.
Meet the instructor
Dr. Decker Weiss
Dr. Decker Weiss became the first Cardiologist as a Naturopathic Physician, completing non-invasive cardiovascular hospital-based training in the Columbia Hospital system, the Arizona Heart Institute, and the Arizona Heart Hospital. Dr. Weiss kept privileges at the Arizona Heart Hospital, while opening the breakthrough Scottsdale Heart Institute, where he helped thousands of patients reduce medication safely, eliminate the need for angioplasty, ablation, bypass surgery, and reverse heart disease. The International Association of Health Care Practitioners and the International Association of Cardiologists named Dr. Weiss, a "Leading Physician in the World" in 2012; a distinction given to under 1000 physicians each year. Dr. Weiss shifted his focus 2014 to inflammation, genetics, and the science of intractable conflict, as he joined Artis International has a Senior Fellow and Director of their Center for Health and Medicine and launched Peace Possible™, a non-profit organization dedicated to researching the neurochemistry of radicalization, cycles of poverty, cycles of violence, and anti-microbial resistance. Dr. Weiss has presented original research to cardiologists, researchers, and government officials in 15 countries including University of Oxford’s Center for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict and Cleveland Heart Lab.