Diabetes type 1

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Rose Scott

21 Nov, 2010 02:49 PM

Dear Dr. Rosedale,

We previously met at a Max conference in Utah, where you discussed your research and dedication to Diabetes. I have since given away the CD's and books to people with diabetes who needed to learn and understand about Leptin indicators.

I am writing you today because my husband told me of a coworkers terminal disease of diabetes type 1. I of course thought of you, if there is anything I can do to help this young man (27) I am asking for your help and opinion.

My resources are Max products and Mannatech, I am going to try and find another copy of the Leptin book. I appreciate any help you can offer.

Kind Regards,


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Fiona on 25 Nov, 2010 01:04 AM

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    Dear Rose,

    Thank you so much for passing on the word and helping people with diabetes where you can. We have heard from many that that book is readily available for download on the internet. Also, there might be a little more information about the science in the Rosedale Diet book, along with many articles on our website. Following the diet is very important for a type I diabetic. Also finding out if he is producing any insulin on his own is important. If he has been recently diagnosed and he is still producing insulin then he still has a good chance to not kill all his islet cells. Saving as many insulin producing islet cells as possible will make life for him much easier in the future. Regardless, diabetic or not, it is important for everyone to keep their insulin low.

    From Dr Rosedale and the Rosedale Team.

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