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Engineer Reverses Type 2 Diabetes — So Can You!

Author’s Story:

DeWayne McCulley was just like you (maybe worse!) He reversed and beat his diabetes, and so can you!

DeWayne shocked his doctors by surviving a diabetic coma with a 1337 blood sugar level; and, then, by reversing his diabetes! DeWayne had never been sick a day in his life when he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes back in 2002. Just like many of you, he was shocked to learn he was diabetic. DeWayne didn’t know what that really meant, but he could tell from the looks on the doctors’ faces (in the hospital) that his life was in danger.

DeWayne found out later from his daughter (Cynthia) that his blood glucose level was more than 1200 points above normal!

Are you skeptical? (I would be!). Take a look at the doctor’s medical report (PDF file) of DeWayne’s blood glucose level and other health issues; or, watch a TV news video (below) or read what DeWayne’s doctor said in a newspaper article about his miraculous recovery.

Fortunate for DeWayne, his daughter (Cynthia), his mother, and his sister (Margo) flew to Rochester to take care of him.

Learn how his daughter and his mother and sister helped save his life — this is why a support system is so crucial to beating this disease.

Despite two blood clots, high cholesterol, pneumonia and four insulin shots a day, DeWayne was able to use his engineering and biochemistry background to wean himself off the insulin, Coumadin and Lipitor — to reverse his Type 2 diabetes. He lowered his average glucose level to 92.5 mg/dL and his hemoglobin A1C to 4.7%, while losing 52 pounds to reverse his Type 2 diabetes within 4 months.

He credits his recovery to God, his doctors and nurses, his mother, his daughter Cynthia, a set of accidents (blessings), and his undying thirst for knowledge — despite all of the “impossible” challenges he had to overcome.

With a lot of encouragement from his daughter, his mother and people from work, the local churches, wellness industry, and the ADA diabetic support group he was facilitating, DeWayne developed a 10-step solution and a real diet for diabetics that works, and wrote the book, Death to Diabetes.

If you want to understand the science behind DeWayne’s “Death to Diabetes” book and his wellness program, read this web page about the medical sciences and engineering sciences that he used to design his program.

This book (now one of the top-selling diabetes books) explains his experience with diabetes, the real root causes of diabetes, and the pathogenesis of the disease.

The book also explains how to reverse Type 2 diabetes and its complications — by avoiding the 5 “dead” foods, eating the 5 “super” foods, taking the 5 critical wholefood nutritional supplements; following the Death to Diabetes® Six (6) Stage Medical Wellness Model and the Super Meal Model Diet for Diabetics (aka THE Diabetes Diet); and, utilizing the 7 wellness factors, including consistent exercise, blood glucose testing/analysis, stress reduction, and spiritual health.

The author’s hope is that this book and his wellness training programs will inspire you the way he was inspired — by people he never would have met if it weren’t for his experience with diabetes.



Online Store

DeWayne McCulley (Google Site)
Death to Diabetes (Google Site)

Beat Diabetes (Google Site)
Cure Diabetes (Google Site)
Reverse Diabetes (Google Site)

DeWayne McCulley (


Diabetes Ebook Blog
Diabetes Cookbook Blog
Death to Obesity: Weight Loss Ebook Blog

Diabetes Juicing Blog

Raw Food Diet Blog

Super Diet for Diabetics Blog

Diabetes Books Blog

Death to Diabetes (Old) Website Navigation & Links

Inspirational Quotes

“Great ideas often receive violent opposition from mediocre minds.” Albert Einstein

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” Martin Luther King

“Without education, you are not going anywhere in this world.” Malcolm X
“If there is no struggle, there is no progress.” Frederick Douglass
My people perish for lack of knowledge.” Hosea 4:6
“Life’s not the breaths you take, it’s the moments that take your breath away.” Anonymous
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