In Fall of 2016 Interventional Cardiologist Kevin Fullin had the pleasure of having Craig Martin intern with him for several months. Together, like minded in their quest for helping patients heal, they both practice a whole food plant-based diet in their personal lives. They are also attachment to the science of risk factor modification and healthy living. What follows is a document resulting from the synergy of collaboration that documents best practices.

The benefits of dietary changes can be drastic and are generally met with positive health outcomes. Any changes you make in your diet towards a whole foods plant-based diet typically results in weight loss and improved health, however, the larger the change, the better health outcomes one can experience. If you are a diabetic be sure to consult with your physician prior to starting a whole foods plant-based diet, in some cases, symptoms of diabetes can drastically improve which may result in a decreased need for insulin medication, individual results will vary but improvements should be expected to those adhering to a whole foods plant-based diet.

For more information on definitions, diagnosis, causes, risks, treatments, and prevention’s related to diabetes, click on the links to the right.  Also check out the following resource videos for more information on diabetes.

Houston Cardiologist Has Amazing Success Treating Type 2 Diabetes with Nutrition

Here is a quick Excerpt from Dr. John McDougall who will introduce you to the concepts that will follow within the diabetes portion of this website.


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