More Debating about diabetes.

Message from Frank Russo to Christine.

The menu is very big and of course there are some sweet dishes on it, but I of course don't order these... what I order is things similar to spicy chicken that actually lower my sugar to between 5 and 7 mmol/l despite having had the meal. Frank Pio Russo.

 

From Christine

Chinese food is notoriously full of sugar.

 

From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: Saturday, 22 September 2018 11:08 PM
To: 'Christine
Subject: FW: about sugar in the diet !.

Christine I appreciated your responding to me. Look you were the one that tried to refer me to how primitive man ate – no doubt with very simple raw meals - and now you’re going to the other extreme implying that everybody would need an experienced cook to avoid all the added sugar in the various foods!

Look I’m no cook and I’m finding it incredibly easy…  it’s really just “abc…” as it’s very simple to make nutritious sandwiches, and have the very occasional pasta dish! Furthermore it’s so easy to approach a Chinese restaurant and offer to buy a number of nutritious main lunch meals, full of meat and vegetables and often you can even negotiate a 20% discount from the regular price which is nothing to be sneezed at! Look I don’t drink fruit juices but do have some fruit… what I tend to drink is mainly ‘tasty’ water as well as Lipton ice tea and milk of course! I’ll give you a bit of a rundown from my recent article that you may not have read:

 

From: Christine
Sent: Saturday, 22 September 2018 10:25 PM
To: Frank Pio Russo
Subject: Re: My response.

Yudkin! I do have experience of the diabetes epidemic that is sweeping the West through my family members. The food industry adds sugar to pretty well everything. So it would be hard to avoid it without employing a good cook. Fruit drinks are particularly lethal as fructose is not recognised by the brain and so does not activate insulin release like elevated blood glucose. I wouldn’t bother responding if I didn’t appreciate your scientific skepticism.  PS. I’m hard to insult - unless I meet wilful stupidity!

On 22 Sep 2018, at 13:40, Frank Pio Russo <frankrusso@frankrusso.net> wrote:

Your reply to my wanting to get to know you a bit better actually was unexpected, as I thought you’d seen the error of your ways… I guess that’s what I get for being kind and understanding in treating you with kid’s gloves, and trying very hard not to offend you! You said: “I won’t tell you anything till you give up sugar!”

Well Christine, as you’ve never had diabetes, you’re not talking with the authority that experience gives, but are only expressing your viewpoint because you’re trying to preserve your pride by not admitting that you were wrong! In other words you’re talking out of your “arse”! You’ re oblivious to how utterly stupid and ridiculous your advice is, when I had been doing what you suggest already for at least 30 years! I.e. “abstaining from sugars”, and the only thing that it accomplished, was to make the sugar level almost uncontrollable, because as the basic unit of energy in the body – namely the sugar – becomes depleted, the liver would come into play… and if you’re really as stupid as you lately appear, you might not realize that the liver can synthesize sugar from almost anything… i.e. a combination of proteins, fats and various raw products that might be available – so your suggested abstention does  a “fat lot of good” doesn’t it!

Hence your advice is really stupid and ridiculous! It reminds me of what Einstein is reputed to have said, namely that “insanity is doing the same thing all the time and expect a different result to come about!”. Therefore if I avoided sugar for at least 30 years and it got me nowhere, your wanting me to continue doing the same thing, means that you are totally insane Christine and devoid of any logic!

Frank Russo.

Perhaps you’re still totally ignorant because you haven’t really read much of my latest articles: what my approach to curing diabetes has done to my eyesight. is truly magnificent even beyond the miraculous!

 From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: Saturday, 22 September 2018 6:57 AM
To: 'Christine
Subject: I'd like to get to know you a bit better !

Hi Christine, Look yesterday I was thinking about you, and I realized that really I know close to nothing about you! I wonder are you in London or Glasgow or I don’t really know where?Also I guess you’re probably a very mature woman rather than a “spring chicken”, because I recall your mother died at 93 some time back… well I’m not that young myself as I’m close to 65, but the good thing is that I only look just above 40 years old! I would also be interested in what sort of education you’ve had as well as any sort of professional employment. I hope you don’t feel that I’m intruding into your privacy, because I consider you as one of my very good friends and this is why I would like to know more about you.

Sincerely, Frank Pio Russo.

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