Children & Type One Diabetes
by Dr. Ester Beyo Anidjar
( 83 Greenfield Road Woodridge N.Y. )
Dear Friend and Caring Person,
Knowing that you go the natural way with health, please, I would like your opinion about my case.
I have eighteen grandchildren: Bless them. My six year old, a smart and handsome boy, was diagnosed with diabetes 1 about three months ago. My daughter, mother of eight is devastated, especially because she always believed in natural medicine, while her husband never did. Facing this problem, he took over the responsibility of all insulin procedures; which it is quiet an intensive job.
I advised my daughter to give the boy only foods permissible without insulin, but her husband argues that the boy needs to grow and can't live in such a restrictive diet.
Husband and wife, both good quality religious people that never argued, now do - all the time.
Meals are only prepared for little David - and no one else. The two younger ones still get care from the mother since one of them is still nursing. The other kids are on their own hiding to eat their rice cake and cheese, spaghetti and ice cream.
I suggested to make a large meal for everyone to enjoy but my daughter, who is a nurse, is too busy cleaning, bathing the children and doing the laundry; besides she told me that they do not like to eat what David eats.
I know that there is a way out of all these insulin treatment if they just try to follow a diet of only - vegetables and protein - but my son-in-law says that if I learn enough about this condition, I would understand how my diet and no insulin intake would kill the boy.
Did children with diabetes died in our times?
Please, if possible, give me an immediate answer
Thanking you in advance, from