Upcoming Events with Dr. Cousens!


Keep in touch and receive all the latest news from Dr. Cousens and Tree of life! Join Dr. Cousens at these upcoming events. For more information, please click on the images below. Jivamukti Yoga School NYC is pleased to host world-renowned spiritual teacher, nutritionist, doctor, counselor, and yogi Gabriel Cousens, MD for this special 2 part workshop. Awaken your Total Being with energetic compassion with the wisdom and guidance from Dr. Cousens as he shares his Holistic Veganism Lecture and Shaktipat Meditation. From: October 20, 2019 3:00 pm To: October 20, 2019 6:00 pm Location: Jivamukti Yoga Center New York, Broadway, New York, […]

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How Fiber Helps in Treatment of Diabetes


Fiber is either water soluble or water insoluble. Water-soluble fiber is especially good for people with diabetes because it delays the pace at which food passes through the stomach. This allows a slower rate of absorption of glucose into the bloodstream, which reduces the glycemic roller coaster.

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Fructose and Diabetes

This article is an extract from the book There Is a Cure for Diabetes, by Dr. Gabriel Cousens As part of the overall diabetes discussion, there lurks the misconception that somehow fructose does not contribute to diabetes. This is a major misunderstanding. Fructose is directly associated with diabetes, especially high-fructose corn syrup. When one is cellularly addicted to glucose, sucrose, and/or fructose, they become stuck in sugar metabolism for making energy. For years, limited and conventional “wisdom” has held that fructose does not affect your blood sugar. This is accurate on a superficial level but unscientific in its assumption that […]

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Insights On Diabetes

A medical report from Japan states that one year following the Fukushima nuclear disaster, 60% of children in the prefect, ages 12 years and under, now have type 2 diabetes. Further research uncovered that in the regions surrounding Chernobyl there has been a significant increase in type 1 diabetes since the nuclear disaster 25 years ago – up to 200% more than before the Chernobyl disaster. Post the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings that ended World War II, the incidence of type 2 diabetes also significantly increased among those inhabitants who survived the actual atomic blasts when they reached their […]

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Patricia Aller

This is a miracle resource. If you can give up your “comfort foods” you can reverse diabetes, and the Tree of Life is the place to do it.

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The Medicine For Healing Diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a worldwide pandemic. There are approximately 400 million people in the world who now have type 2 diabetes. As outlined in my book, There Is a Cure for Diabetes: Revised Edition, the high success of my live-food vegan cure stands as clear evidence that type 2 and, surprisingly enough, type 1 diabetes is curable, contrary to what is taught in almost every medical school in the world that diabetes is incurable and a downhill descent into an accelerated death. In the allopathic teaching, type 2 diabetes may take as much as 10-19 years off one’s lifespan. […]

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Travels – December 2013

With each journey the mission grows stronger as new steps are taken based on the strong foundation that has been created. In Israel we had the biggest fast we have ever done with 93 people. It was activated by the power of the Yam Hamelach (Dead Sea). Twenty-eight people from 13 different nations attended as well as Israelis. The spiritual potency was activated and almost all had a Kundalini awakening. Most interesting were the diabetic results. We had 12 diabetics. All had unusual drops in their fasting blood sugars. Eleven dropped to the low 70’s some even went as low […]

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A Blog From Biafra, Nigeria

This week, I attended a conference on health and nutrition in Nigeria. I landed in Lagos and, from there, flew to Owerri, the capital city of a region once known as Biafra. At one time, Biafra tried to break from British/Muslim control, and they were brutally suppressed.  Their attempted sovereignty was thwarted, and they were unable to gain their independence. Their population suffered significant hardship and mass starvation.  While today there is peace, the memories of these hard times cast long shadows and contribute to the attitudes and actions of these people today, including an ongoing Christian/Muslim tension, in which […]

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