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Do you have diabetes? Does someone you know have diabetes? Chances are you answered one or both of those questions with a yes. If you did, Diabetic Denial: The Long Journey Home by Alexander Danny Joyeux is for you. Unfortunately, like many people with diabetes, Alexander ignored the warning signs and did not give taking care of diabetes any priority. This course of action almost cost him his life as diabetes is not a disease to be trifled with. Alexander did not lose his life but did lose most of his foot. If he had continued on his path of denial, he would not have lived long enough to share his story. Fortunately, he changed his lifestyle and has bounced back from near death. This book is a compelling call to action to take control of your life and beat diabetes.
Alexander Danny Joyeux knows firsthand how dangerous diabetes can become. After almost dying, Alexander learned how to eat and live healthily. He shares recipes, exercise tips, and his diabetic journey in Diabetic Denial. Contrary to popular belief, ignoring or denying the existence of something does not make it go away. Often, it becomes much worse and this book is a wake-up call. Reading it should impact how you handle your lifestyle choices, especially if you have diabetes. Decisions concerning exercise and food can change the course and length of your life, so read this book and adopt the appropriate life path. Small changes can make significant differences. Stop deceiving yourself and get on the long journey home.