Cure Type 2 Diabetes Website Launches To Help Type 2 Diabetes Patients

The World Health Organization estimates that 347 million people in the world have diabetes. Over time, diabetes can damage the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and nerves. Traditional medicine claims there is no cure. However, a Bristol England man who was diagnosed as a diabetic in 2001 now claims he is a “former diabetic” and has launched a website to help those with Type 2 Diabetes live healthier lifestyles.

It is estimated that DIABETES is written on the death certificate of more than 4 million people each year, as the primary cause of death. This fact is well known to Nazir Hussain, a Bristol UK resident whose life was turned upside down by his disease in 2001. “When I was diagnosed with type 2 Diabetes it felt like a death sentence,” said Hussain. “I pursued all of the traditional solutions as I studied the disease. Unfortunately, they made me worse. While it took me many years of studying and experimenting, as of 2012 I can claim that I am still a diabetic, but I am a diabetic who no longer required any medication, and I feel fantastic.”

Hussain has launched, a membership website dedicated to sharing his experiences of living with the disease, including how he succesfully managed to get off all of his medications and assisting those who are looking for answers.

He has created a short introductory video which can be found here:

The website is dedicated to helping Type 2 Diabetes patients. While Hussain is not a medical doctor, he has enlisted the expertise of Prof. Charles Clarke, a noted Diabetes specialist who will help to support members.

Hussain has created to help sufferers of Type 2 Diabetes to find ways to reduce their need for medication, lower their weight, and lower their risks of complications from Type 2 Diabetes.

The website is an invaluable resource for diabetics, enabling them to get information that will help them to address unanswered questions, and to discover tried and tested methods to lower medication requirements.

Since 2011, Nazir Hussain has been sharing his experience with other Type 2 diabetes sufferers. is his newly-launched web site for people with Type 2 Diabetes. Members get access to over a hundred educational videos; 24 x 7 email support & expert advice from Nazir Hussain, Professor Charles Clarke, and their trained staff; regularly scheduled webinars; nutritional and exercise advice, and more. For further information, visit, or follow CureYourType2Diabetes on Twitter at or Facebook at

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Bristol, England, UK

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