Modern Diets Filled With Sugar

Modern Diets Filled With Sugar

Diets Filled With Sugar

Your feet might be swelling, a sign of diabetes. Let’s explore this often misunderstood connection.

Diabetes mellitus is the full name for diabetes.

Originating from the Greek term meaning “siphon the sweet,” diabetes has a historical context that is often overlooked.

Interestingly, physicians in the 16th century were known to diagnose diabetes by tasting the urine of their patients.

When the urine tasted sweet, the body was eliminating excess sugars.

Therefore, the diagnosis was diabetes.
It’s a contentious topic today.

Modern Diets Filled With Sugar

Yet, I believe that the prevalence of diabetes is primarily due to the high sugar content in our modern diets.

Research, including mine, has demonstrated that sugar detrimentally affects the body’s nerves.

This, among other consequences, leads to the failure of the body’s natural pumping mechanism.

As a result, fluids are unable to circulate correctly.

In numerous instances, simply eliminating sugar from the diet is all that is necessary.

Repeatedly, I have observed individuals overcoming types of diabetes and prediabetes.

This observation is one of the motivations behind my launch of the new online course, The Urban Carnivore.

In this course, I teach participants how to sidestep these issues and embrace a healthy, enduring, and fulfilling lifestyle.

For more information, you are encouraged to visit my website at

Meanwhile, I wish you health and happiness.

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.

Hi, gallbladder by my gallbladder. Dr. Richard will be here. My gallbladder sponsors this segment.

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.

Check it out!

Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The answer is yes.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby, and I’m a podiatrist and one of the foremost peripheral nerve surgeons in the world.

I’m also the author of the critically acclaimed book, “Sugar Crush,” which talks about how sugar has taken over our diets and now causes dozens of chronic diseases.

Sugar is a chemical, so when we overeat sugar, the sheathing surrounding our nerves shrinks, compressing the nerves themselves.

At the same time, the sugar bloats or expands the nerves, further complicating their compression against the sheathing.

Both reactions cut off blood supply to the nerves, which in turn cuts off sensation, causing debilitation: weakness.

When expressed in the upper extremities—arms—and the median nerve in the wrist, this chronic debilitation can manifest itself as carpal tunnel syndrome.

But it doesn’t stop there.

When expressed in the ulnar nerve of the elbow, you get pain and weakness.

You get pain and weakness when expressed in the common peroneal nerve of the legs.

When expressed in the olfactory or hypoglossal nerves, we see symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease.

And so on.

Excessive Sugar Causing Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

In short, many diseases we take for granted have the exact root cause.

And that cause is sugar.

Therefore, it’s time to cut sugar out of our diets immediately!

To help you do this, I’ve created a new online course called The Urban Carnivore.

You can find it on my website:

I hope you’ll check it out.

Here’s to your longer, happier, healthier life.

Become Un-Glued From Sugar

Become Un-Glued From Sugar

Do you wonder why you’re sick?

All those chips you’re eating, the Cokes you’re drinking, the snacks you have at your disposal, the coffee, the whipped cream, and sugar as you drink and drive?

Un-glue from sugar and start to live a healthier lifestyle.

I’m telling you, that’s what’s making you sick. It’s not fat, it’s sugar, and in my academy,

I will tell you how to get off those products, and I’ll explain the details behind this phenomenon in my new book, Un-Glued.

Diabetes Can Cause Heart Trouble

Diabetes Can Cause Heart Trouble

Boy, oh boy. Where to start?

I shake my head when my patients tell me this.

First of all, no one can “catch” diabetes. It isn’t a virus. It isn’t a germ.

Secondly, you didn’t “catch” diabetes from your heart attack, and it’s the other way around.

Diabetics have some of the highest correlations with heart disease in the medical world.

These patients were probably pre-diabetic in a medical sense for years, but they just never knew it.

That’s what challenged their hearts and led to the heart attack.

Once they got into the hospital, doctors ran some tests and discovered their chemistry was diabetic.

Hence, the misapprehension that the heart attack caused diabetes.

Diabetes Can Cause Heart Trouble

But there’s a way out of this.

The simple fact is that most of our modern diets are made up of processed foods.

Processed foods are sugar-enriched to “heighten” their taste.

They also have most of their nutrients stripped right out of them through processes like bleaching.

It’s time to abandon this madness and get back to the kind of diets our bodies were engineered to thrive!

Urban Carnivore is a diet rich in meats and leafy green vegetables.

Practically everything else should be cut out.

Try it and see how it works for you.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby. I’m one of the world’s foremost peripheral nerve surgeons.

Also the author of the groundbreaking, critically acclaimed book, “Sugar Crush.

You can listen to my corresponding podcast, “Sugar Crush,” which offers a wide range of new and exciting breakthroughs in medical technology.

My mission is to help you live a longer, healthier, happier life.

To that end, I invite you to check my new online course, The Urban Carnivore, at my website:

Here’s to your health and well-being.