Bad Nerves Can Cause Disease

Bad Nerves Can Cause Disease

Bad Nerves Can Cause Disease

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby, and I’m a leading peripheral nerve surgeon, health advocate, and author of the critically acclaimed book, “Sugar Crush.”

About 30 years ago, I developed a sharp pain in my side and had my gallbladder removed.

My mother had had the same thing done years before, but I wondered:

Why is my family prone to this?

The answer lies in the field of genetics, and specifically epigenetics: the way our genes express themselves through mutable factors such as lifestyle.

And what’s the leading cause of nerve dysfunction I know of?

Eating sugar.

Most people don’t know this, but our bodies were never designed to consume the amount of sugar we consume today.

More than 4 grams of sugar a day, about one teaspoon, acts like a poison in your body.

The acids that sugar produces can scald your nerves, creating health problems.

Multiple sclerosis. Autism. Alzheimer’s Disease. Diabetic neuropathy.

I’ve seen them all and know how to stop that suffering.

Visit my website, Take my course on how to be an Urban Carnivore.

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I’ll show you how to reclaim your longevity, life, and happiness through simple, powerful therapies such as altering your diet and exploring various alternative medicines.

You’ll be amazed at how this will change your life.

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Rethinking Healthcare Prevention Over Repair

Rethinking Healthcare Prevention Over Repair

Prevention Over Repair

Imagine you’re a mechanic. Your day starts with fixing cars damaged in accidents, which likely satisfies you since it’s your job.

Now, picture being a doctor. You see patients needing medical attention daily. Similarly, treating more patients means more income.

But let’s pause here. I’m Dr. Richard Jacoby, a peripheral nerve surgeon with decades of experience and authorship.

The parallel between mechanics and doctors might seem odd. Yet, it highlights a crucial point: both professions thrive on fixing problems, not preventing them.

However, this doesn’t mean we should accept it as the only way. Especially in healthcare, where prevention could save more than costs—it could save lives.

Many diseases today stem from our lifestyle choices. Contrary to popular belief, not all conditions require medication or surgery. Often, better nutrition and more exercise are the keys.

At, I advocate for a shift towards preventative health. One of the significant steps? Cutting out sugar.

Especially for those with diabetes, this advice could be transformative. My Urban Carnivore course is designed to show how impactful these changes can be.

So, why is this shift necessary? It’s simple. By adopting a preventative mindset, we can work towards a healthier future for everyone.

Gain Better Sight By Eliminating Sugar

Myopia is a medical condition that most people call nearsightedness.

People with myopia can see small objects up close very clearly.

Faraway objects, however, tend to look blurry.

Medically speaking, the reason for this is a change in the shape of the eye.

Usually, eyes are relatively spherical and shaped like a basketball.

Myopic eyes, however, are more oblong, like a football.

Gain Better Sight By Eliminating Sugar

What causes this change in the shape of the eye? What causes myopia?

There are many causes, but one of the little-known causes is right in front of our faces.

I believe that our new culture of staring at screens right in front of our faces, combined with a diet rich in sugar, is what’s causing the myopia epidemic.

Recently, medical authorities in China announced that 90% of their mainland population is myopic.

That’s astonishing! How can it be?

Consider the recent dual explosions in Chinese technological culture and fast food diets rich in high-fructose corn syrup.

What’s another culture that’s recently experienced dual explosions in technological culture and fast food diets rich in high-fructose corn syrup?

Oh right. That’s us. The United States.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

I’m one of the world’s preeminent peripheral nerve surgeons.

If you’re suffering from myopia or any chronic ailment your doctors say they can’t seem to get their arms around I hope you’ll visit my website.

I want to teach you why and how you should kick your addiction to sugar.

It’s the one, simple move that could lead to you having a longer, healthier, happier life.

Sugar Causes Poor Eyesight

Sugar Causes Poor Eyesight

Yes, this is true.

Medical authorities in mainland China have stated that 90% of their population is myopic.

This means their eyes don’t work correctly anymore.

How can such a shocking statistic be accurate? I have an answer, but you’ll probably not like it.

Over recent years, mainland China has been hit by a tsunami of cultural change.

Industrialized fast food restaurants have taken over, flooding the populace with high fructose corn syrups, which erode the human central nervous system.

However, at the same time, Chinese youth have stayed indoors and stared at video screens.

Weakening the motor nerves surrounding the eyes.

It simultaneously mechanically changes the shape of the eyes, so they go from a round shape, like a basketball, to an oblong shape, like a football.

A different shape forces the eye to have a distinct focal point, destroying its capability to view objects optimally.

Now ask yourself this: do you think this same syndrome is happening here, in the U.S.?

Sugar Causes Poor Eyesight

So, at the very least, kick your sugar addiction.

How do you do it? What are the multiple benefits this will confer upon you?

Find out by visiting my website,

If you’re currently suffering from persistent chronic ailments, please hurry.

Your pain can likely be alleviated by making some simple modifications.

Sugar Plus Trauma Equals Nerve Dysfunction


Sugar Plus Trauma Equals Nerve Dysfunction

Did people work harder or less hard at manual labor back in the early 1900s?

Undoubtedly, they worked harder at manual labor.

People didn’t have automated washing machines. They had to cut their wood to heat their homes.

The list of manual laborers goes on and on.

So why does no one have carpal tunnel syndrome?

How come, back in the 1960s, there were only twelve cases of carpal tunnel syndrome reported?

How come last year, we saw 500,000 cases reported?

People say, “Oh, it’s because we’re using computers so much, the keyboards are doing it.”


After thirty years of studying the matter, I’ve concluded it’s not your computer keyboard doing the damage.

It’s the can of Coke most people keep beside it.

Here’s the simple equation I want you to remember: sugar plus trauma equals nerve dysfunction.

And nerve dysfunction can manifest itself as any number of ailments.

Diabetic neuropathy. Multiple sclerosis. Autism. Alzheimer’s. The list goes on.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

I’m regarded as one of the most preeminent peripheral nerve surgeons worldwide.

And I hope to make you healthy again by helping you kick the habit of the primary addiction that’s hurting you: sugar.

If you’re interested in hearing more, please join me at

I’ll teach you how to become what I call an urban carnivore: an animal that eats what nature intended it to … rather than what food companies want you to.

If you’re suffering from persistent chronic ailments you can’t seem to get your arms around, I especially hope that you’ll visit.

It would be my great pleasure to help you get healthy again.