"Most diets fail because they are exactly that – diets, as in temporary limitations on certain foods or portion sizes. If your general way of eating is not healthy, such temporary correction might bring temporary relief. By way of analogy: If you regularly dislocate your shoulder and then give it some time to heal, it’s going to get better – but it’s going to remain healthy only if you stop dislocating it.”
“Why Do Most Diets Fail,” The Diabetes Council, June 16, 2017 (scroll down to #36)
"Today we have a guest post from Vadym Graifer, with his incredible story of how he turned his health around after developing diabetes. Check out Vadym's blog for more details, as well as awesome blood-sugar-friendly recipes."
Can Diabetes Be Put in Remission? A personal story., YUMiTRITION , March 21, 2017
"By now, most people realize that almost all processed foods (basically, anything in a box) is full of added sugar. There are, however, unexpected places for the sugar to hide, including some so-called healthy foods,” says Vadym Graifer, author of “The Time Machine Diet." “One of the most striking examples would be yogurt. Low-fat and flavored versions of it are downright harmful, which is unfortunate — the original, full-fat, unsweetened variations were really beneficial for us. The same can be said for light cream cheese and other low-fat dairy products.”
“How to Cut Sugar from Your Diet Without Losing Your Cool,” HealthLine, March 28, 2017 (scroll down to #3)
"Is type 2 diabetes reversible? For one man, the answer is yes. In his own words, here’s the story of how Vadym Graifer freed himself from diabetes by tearing up the rulebook.
During my teenage binge-reading phase, I stumbled onto a slogan that left a strong imprint on an impressionable young mind:
"Don’t swim with the current.
Don’t swim against the current.
Swim to where you need to be."
It sounded attractively rebellious, mature and self-reliant. I loved it. For a good reason too, as it turned out 40 years later. "
Type 2 Diabetes is Reversible: Healing by Rebellion, Nutrition Advance, 02-March-2017
"If you’re struggling with changing up your eating habits, here’s a tip from Vadym Graifer, author of “The Time Machine Diet,” a book that details Graifer’s personal journey with type 2 diabetes and how he lost 75 pounds by simply changing his lifestyle: “Watch out for added sugar..."
“6 Things You Should Know About Type 2 Diabetes,” HealthLine, Feb 01, 2017 (scroll down to #5)
"The beginning is probably going to sound familiar to oh-so-many. Slowly gaining weight, year after year, craving sweets and refined carbs, collecting little aches and annoyances, accepting them as unavoidable companions of the aging process...
If any of this rings a bell, you will be pleased to know this is where the story takes a turn for the better."
Travel Back in Time to a Younger, Fitter Self, Inspired, 03-February-2017
"Here’s another fantastic success story! Keep reading if you want to know how Vadym was able to reverse his type 2 diabetes and shed 95 lbs (43 kg) by making three changes to his diet:"
“It All Turned out to Be Much Easier Than I Thought,” DietDoctor, Feb 05, 2017
"The Time Machine Diet is a uniquely practical book that suggests a weight loss method based on lifestyle changes rather than limiting and unsustainable dieting."
Author Describes How He Lost 75 Pounds and Eliminated Diabetes Medication, Online PR Media, 03-January-2017
"Right in time for those New Year’s resolutions comes The Time Machine Diet, a book by Central Saanich author Vadym Graifer."
Central Saanich author goes back in time with new book, Peninsula News Review, Dec 26, 2016