Sharon Kleyne and author Daryl Wein Talk about Type 2 Diabetes Owner’s Manual. Water Advocate Sharon Kleyne Explains Linkage between Water & Type 2 Diabetes.
Sharon Kleyne, America’s foremost water advocate and host of The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water, Global Climate Change and Your Health radio program syndicated on Voice of America, recently got together with author and scientist Daryl Wein to talk about one of the most frightening ailments on the planet and the possibility that water might prove helpful in attacking and some day curing it. Wein’s own diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes in 1999 terrified and depressed him, then inspired him to take responsibility for his own health. As he was able to stabilize his condition, he turned his considerable talent to helping others as they engaged this rampant crippler and killer. He wanted to educate and help them to turn the same corners he had turned to recover his health. “We have a Type 2 Diabetes epidemic on our hands,” said Wein, “and I am working every day to cure it.”
Sharon Kleyne, who has led efforts to educate people about the crisis of dehydration due to excess evaporation of the body’s water vapor, and the water vapor of earth’s atmosphere, supported Wein’s commitment. “I learned long ago,” said Kleyne, founder of Bio-Logic Aqua® Research Water Life Science®, “that one can accomplish very little without education. I try to educate people around the world every day about the growing global water crisis, and the health problems and pitfalls associated with dehydration due to excess evaporation of the body’s water vapor. In doing so,” Kleyne said, “we follow a process that teaches us what we need to know to create a new, healthy Water Life Science® lifestyle.”
Wein enthusiastically endorsed Sharon Kleyne’s goal and acknowledged the importance of water in relieving symptoms Type 2 Diabetes. In response to Kleyne’s question about the telltale symptoms of this disease, Wein said that there really are none. “It is estimated that 80 million people have early stage Type 2 Diabetes,” Wein said, “and they don’t know it. When I discovered my own disease,” Wein told Kleyne, “I’d been out eating Chinese food, which I love. But when I came home, I had an insatiable thirst. I couldn’t get enough water down my throat!”
“And that is dehydration at its worst,” said Sharon Kleyne. “When the body reacts to a craving, it’s a tip-off that you are full of toxins,” Kleyne added. Wein agreed that people with Type 2 Diabetes must drink a lot of water to avoid excess evaporation.
“When I see a new patient,” Wein said, “the first thing I do is give them a couple of shortlists. The first tells them which foods—sugar and starch—they need to give up, and the second is the foods they can eat without spiking their blood sugar.” Wein warned listeners that any time the blood sugar count exceeds 400, unquenchable thirst and subtle vision problems will result. Kleyne added that Type 2 Diabetes, if allowed to go unchecked, often results in blindness, kidney failure, nerve damage and amputation. Wein wanted listeners to know that his book, Type 2 Diabetes: The Owner’s Manual, includes lists of hundreds of foods with their carbohydrate counts. “The most successful way to turn around Type 2 Diabetes,” Wein said, “is to create a healthy, sugar-free diet and to drink lots of water every day.”
“We must learn our own symptoms,” Sharon Kleyne added. “You need to be the manager of your health when you see your doctor. Every day,” Kleyne said, “I want people to take part in the health Olympics!”