Interviews & Audio Clips
It is time to demand new research into the “insulin resistance theory” and recognize that our over consumption of complex carbs is the actual cause Type 2 diabetes. Here is my appearance on Portland Today. Watch on Youtube
We all want to have a good time and the last thing we want to think of is the result of over consumption. But it’s time to wake up. America is becoming a nation of diabetics. Nov 3, 2016
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Part 1: Choosing The Balanced Life With Diabetes – Why are so many people becoming Diabetic? A Revolutionary new theory on why people develop diabetes. Listen Now
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Scientific progress happens because we are willing to alter thinking in accord with new ideas. There is the potential for this to happen today around Type 2 diabetes, a condition with life-threatening and life-ending complications. March 2016 Find Out More!
In this article Dr. John Poothullil argues it is time to reevaluate the accepted theory of insulin resistance as the cause of Type 2 diabetes, because medical research has yet to explain how it happens or why. This Indian newspaper is published in Florida. March 18,2016 Find Out More!
Want to lose weight and avoid diabetes in 2016?Find Out More!
Here’s the replay of my interview on eHealth Radio. The host Eric Michaels asks me five important questions about my views on the cause and prevention of Type 2 diabetes. You’ll enjoy listening to the 20-minute interview. April 4, 2015
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EAT CHEW LIVE Book Trailer
EAT CHEW LIVE Book Teaser 1
EAT CHEW LIVE TESTIMONIALS
EAT CHEW LIVE Teaser 2
"Eat Chew Live/Portland Today"
“Eat, Chew, Live is a well-illustrated book wherein the author offers a new theory about the cause of type 2 diabetes and ways of dealing with being overweight and having high blood sugar.”– 4 Star Review from Portland Book Review
“Dr. Poothullil’s book touches upon diverse topics ranging from mindful eating to the political influence of agribusinesses. The strength of the book lies in its mass-appeal, conversational tone, and coherent, well-balanced presentation of facts.” – Kerala Medical Journal
“Dr. Poothullil presents a provocative diabetes hypothesis that challenges physicians to rethink the paradigm of insulin resistance and current modes of treatment.” – Stephen H. LaFranchi, MD, Professor, Pediatric Endocrinology, OR Health Sc. Univ
“A fascinating inquisition into the metabolic machinery of the human body with common sense advice on diabetes prevention.” – Sumit Bhagra, MD, FACE, Endocrinologist, Mayo Clinic