Artificially cultured diabetics

Germany is the country of most doctors and health screenings. For this reason it is a paradox that people are getting sicker. Almost every day the pharmaceutical industry pushes new developed drugs onto the market, the medical practices are always full and the top salaries for many health managers rise in a spectacular way.

In Germany, more than 25% of the expenditure of the statutory health insurance are spent for the treatment of diabetes. This benefits not only the practices but also the money grubbing pharmaceutical industry. With a simple nutrition education a lot of money could be saved and the patients would take less or in some cases even no oral antidiabetic agents. But most of all diabetics should know that they are not guilty of the soaring costs - they are only the means to even raise the amount of cash for drug companies.
On World Diabetes Day (November 14, 2010) it was learned that diabetes is a global epidemic. At that time there were approximately 283.3 million people with diabetes and every day further 17 280 new patients are added.

For more than 30 years, doctors and nutritionists preach: Stay away from GREASE! - People should eat less animal protein.
Studies have shown, however, for many years that humans held by a healthy low-fat and high carbohydrate diet is neither healthy nor become leaner.
Certainly as many diabetes (Type Two) or another disease of civilization could be prevented if it was generally clearer what mischief you can cause with too many carbohydrates.
From the evolutionary point of view man as a primitive hunter-gatherer over the millennia has not had sufficient opportunity to convert his digestive system on the main diet of agriculture. This resulted in the increasing obesity. The main cause of obesity lies in the pastry man made to the foundation of his daily food.
Many qualified experts have got the feeling not to have to continue training because they have learned enough for a qualified expertise during their former studies. Now it is feared that because of the transfer of outdated knowledge, the nutritional health of many Germans is still at stake.
But still, many experts point to the food pyramid of the German Society for Nutrition (DGE), and think to be right, but some foods are classified in wrong places in the pyramid. It is time to inform the public that certain dietary tips are simply wrong.
Lifestyle diseases are caused by strongly carbohydrate-loaded foods which are recommended daily by nutritional experts. They overlook the fact that excessive consumption of carbohydrates causes too high blood sugar and insulin levels which also negatively impacts the properties of red blood cells. The elasticity of the blood declines with the consequence that the blood becomes thicker and the risk of stroke increases. The change in properties of red blood cells is measureable by the laboratory value of glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c).
Our health care system as we experience it at the moment in Germany, is a rotten, stinking thing. And those who criticize it, sometimes are disposed as quickly as the powerful pharmaceutical critics Sawicki was. The pharmaceutical industry can't take a joke, especially not if the criticism was meant seriously. Unfortunately, there are also many doctors who wow their patients with medical jargon, so that the patient cannot ask clever questions and just does what he was told.
(Source: Institute of Creative Research, Dr. CP Ehrensperger)


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© 2010 author: Jutta Schütz, English by Jens Petersen
Publisher: tredition GmbH, 2nd revised edition
Printed in Germany, ISBN: 978-3-86850-887-1


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Jutta Schütz (Writer, journalist, psychologist, teacher) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge. For more information on the author and her books see the publishers: Rosengarten-Verlag, tredition Hamburg, BoD Norderstedt. Contact: (


The pharmaceutical mafia - storytellers in white coats

Pharmaceutical companies hide dangerous side effects - sometimes with deadly consequences. This is organized crime! Tempora mutantur - Times change and we change in them.

The times are changing, and in manipulating the spirit of the times, these corporations are the currently undisputed world champions of the secret third World War.
Certainly it is extremely important that in case of risk we can fall back on useful chemistry in order to escape death. But their greed for power and money, cannot be surpassed. Those who believe that the mafia speaks only Italian are wrong. They speak mainly in Latin.
Pharmaceutical companies with henchmen in virtually all areas of public life, in politics and especially in the media, hide dangerous side effects - sometimes with fatal consequences.
Incompetence and bungling are less than elsewhere an obstacle to their career.
In case independent pharmaceutical trainings even still exist, they cost a lot of money that the GP has not left. All this results in an at least very different level of knowledge of the doctors, concerning reasonable terms or even optimal therapy of the chronically ill.
Useless medication, forced vaccinations, chemotherapy or radiotherapy and surgery not necessary for the patient's health, even patients as guinea pigs bring billions for the pharmaceutical cartel. They also cost the lives of millions of animals in laboratories.
The situation is distressing to the patient in economic terms, medically dangerous and legally unwinnable. The collective of the wronged policyholders is the community of those who got away again with their health and contribute to the continued existence of the corrupt payments to health care.
Our German health insurance system turns out on closer inspection as a gigantic system of exploitation against the patient, assisting in the mindless and rabid advance therapies and surgery.
For years, courageous journalists have uncovered the endemic corruption that has infiltrated alongside senior doctors and politicians, nonprofit associations and institutions, even the upper echelons of leading television broadcasters and newspaper publishers.
It has not benefited much to date. The tax payers are still paying the bill with even more outrageous premium increases and benefit cuts. The pharmaceutical industry has corrupted itself in our political decision-making system concerning the meaning of § 331.
The acceptance of benefits and to show to be "ready for bribing" is basically still an active act/attitude.
You only think: "The doctor helps me".
With regard to the faith of God, there is the saying:
Help yourself, so God will help you. This medieval wisdom was found in the 16th Century by the writer Justus Georg Schottel in the form.
In Germany there are doctors who lightly prescribe antidepressants to children!
I wonder how those parents come to the idea of ​​ just giving preventive antidepressants to their four year old child. Concerning antidepressants, it can be very serious because the brain structure is changed sooner or later.
Even Barack Obama has drawn the ire of the pharmaceutical-industrial complex on himself. He tried to reform the U.S. health care system that leaves 47 million citizens of this country currently sidelined. Here huge sums are at stake, because health spending in the U.S. accounts for 18 percent of the gross domestic product.
But here in Germany we still hold true:
Return of Investment! What you put into it, must come out again.
In this sense, reading endangers stupidity!

Sometimes it is sufficient at the start of any illness to deal with nutrition. Sabine Beuke and Jutta Schütz write useful guides "for everyone" who want to eat low carb, and the authors also give an easy entry into this diet. Her books give courage and provide not only dry, theoretical knowledge.
Other sources: The criminal activities of the pharmaceutical mafia - Norbert Knobloch


The book:
© 2010 author: Jutta Schütz, English by Jens Petersen
Publisher: tredition GmbH, 2nd revised edition
Printed in Germany, ISBN: 978-3-86850-887-1


Company Information:

Jutta Schütz (Writer, journalist, psychologist, teacher) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge. For more information on the author and her books see the publishers: tredition Hamburg, BoD Norderstedt. Contact: (


Medications - The Price is Right - is it?

At first glance, the pharmaceutical market is a normal market with many sellers and endless buyers. Only a closer look emerges the specifics of this market. Besides the hospitals, drugs are now the most expensive part of the German health care system, with a total of € 28 billion more expensive than all practicing physicians in the country.

There must be a solution for the pill bugs in the pricing policy! Health care costs are rising and rising! Health services and savings measures are mentioned together, but the legally insured always pay higher premiums. Patients have long feared an inferior quality of treatment and prioritization - a kind of hierarchy of medical services is gaining more and more attention. It has be questioned for a long time, if we are milked financially and medically poor supplied simultaneously. "Der Tagesspiegel" reported on 10/03/2010:
Drugs get continously more expensive. Health Minister Rösler wants to weather the storm. What's his plan? Quote from the article: "Philipp Rösler is heavily under pressure. For six months, the FDP man has dealt with his controversial capitation concept - and hardly sheared at the exuberant spendings in the health system. No saving concept, not a single attempt, the self-servers in the system, not even a little rap in their knuckles. This angered even the Chancellor." Source: - Rainer Woratschka

And what has happened till today? For many years the various federal governments have been trying to get a grip on the rising health care costs with various measures. They introduced mandatory discounts or price caps and made cost-effectiveness calculations . BUT: Who profited by the whole thing? Demographic change and better medical care of people extremely boost the costs of all areas of health care - concerning the drugs as well.
If you look at the extremely complicated and confusing pricing of a drug (production costs, surcharges, patient co-payments, rebates, state fees, marketing), you needn't wonder that the increase in drug spending, despite the savings laws continues unabated.
The pharmaceutical industry fleeces the German health care system, according to the new drug report, with inflated drug prices. The preparations in Germany were 50 to 100 percent more expensive than in neighboring countries, the editors of the drug report criticized.
Research and development have their specific cost, says Rolf Fricker, pharmaceutical expert of the consulting firm Booz & Company. Between $ 600 and 800 million it would cost to bring a new drug to market - the many including failed attempts necessary. From 500 candidates, it creates only a single agent on the market, says Fricker. Why always break the same butterfly on a wheel?

Drugs are more expensive and you never know what side effects they bring with them. With a change in diet you can do good and at least no harm in any doubt. Food makes us happy, gives us strength and contributes to our well-being and a carbohydrate-reduced diet (low carb) focuses on foods already eaten by our ancestors before they settled down.
Beuke and Schütz write useful guides "for everyone" who want to eat low carb and the authors also give an easy entry into this diet.

In their books, the authors provide factual and informative about the basics of low carb and give valuable tips on how to successfully change your diet. Her books encourage and provide not only dry, theoretical knowledge.

Reading tip: "All of a sudden: Diabetes! - How I fought this disease with Low Carb
2nd revised edition 2010 "(Jutta Schütz and Jens Petersen)

Publisher: Tredition (November 2010) - Language: English
ISBN-10: 3868508872 - ISBN-13: 978-3868508871

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Robbie Williams
Robbie Williams


Robbie Williams - You know me


© by Jutta Schütz (September 2011) 


Ever-changing heights and depths of the musician, entertainer and artist accompany the exceptional as well as unprecedented career.
His book is a wonderful and well-illustrated report on the many facets of the artist, with many insights into the private life of hedonistic Robert Peter Williams.

You know me.
Here, Rob does not seem to be a wise man, but he is far from the unstable, insecure and hyper-sensitive type who is described in the biography "Feel". Chris Heath always manages to write in a way that you get the feeling you were sitting next to Rob.
In addition to numerous photos we find a lot of the singer's anecdotes. All major stations of Robbie Williams' career can be found in the book: The Take That-era as well as the recent reunion, video shoots and backstage concert photos, at the MTV Movie Awards, as incarnated Rock DJ, cover photo shoots, Royal Albert Hall , Knebworth, and much more.
Dimensions such as in 2003 in Knebworth/England are almost "normal" with Robbie Williams. Since 1996, he got over 70 prestigious awards for his performances, and he is one of the most successful stars of all times. Of course, the book also sheds light on the elapsed Take That-time and explains from Robbie's point of view how it came to the Reunion 2010, beginning with Gary Barlow and 'Shame'.
Escapades, withdrawal cures or sexual anecdotes are reported - nothing is concealed in the book, but naturally enriched with a constant breeze of British humor, often in short, succinct lines of text. The book is less text-heavy, although everything important is of course said. Above all, it looks like a family album by the multitude of photographs from all walks of life.
Of course we know that today an image is made by professionals. At his side, there are many consultants and marketing professionals who struggle continually to produce and spread a concrete image of the artist primarily for promotional benefits. And despite all this, this book is a great feast for the eyes with memorable texts and images such as those about the legendary concert at Knebworth in 2003, which shows how difficult it must be to cope with such a success without totally leaving ground.
The book divided into chapters and sorted in chronological order, Chris and Rob tell funny anecdotes and adventures, beginning with the solo career up to the reunion with Take That.
As in every book, you can find a point of criticism:
It's the texts that were written into the pictures.
I personally would have preferred a separated text.
Nevertheless, every page of this book is simply a must have for all Robbie Williams fans just because of the beautiful photographs.
You needn't tell much about the author - everyone knows him.
But some insider info is perhaps not yet known to many fans.
The 16-year-old school dropouts also failed as a window salesman, and then he made a note to become famous. He would drive a white Porsche to pick up his buddies. His guidance counselor had suggested him to go to the army, which he denied. So he became a pop star.
Robbie Williams has since been successful worldwide and has sold a total of over 68 million records. He received 15 Brit Awards and an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records for 1.6 million tickets sold in one day.
He is the one pop star who is constantly changing - sometimes he serves us tearjerkers, then swing, and then afterwards dry electro and hip hop - to end up again with the big pop sensation. There is not only one, but quite a lot of Robbies.
Hats off for Robbie Williams.
A few words about Chris Heath: He is an English music journalist and published the biography "Literally" about the Pet Shop Boys. He also wrote the bestselling "Feel" about Robbie Williams, which was translated into several languages ​​and published worldwide.

Book details: Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: Heyne Verlag (March 8, 2011)
Language: German, ISBN-10: 3453188195 and ISBN-13: 978-3453188198
Robbie Williams, Chris Heath, Lisa Kögeböhn
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© by Jutta Schütz

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Are you Diabetic?


Hope for diabetics

It is evident for everybody that the disease diabetes type two doesn’t suddenly fall from heaven but nevertheless it hits the patient like a hammer which also affects his soul. This is perhaps the reason why these people completely thoughtless go under medical care, instead of looking for an additional alternative that might help them.

The book "All of a sudden: Diabetes! - How I fought this disease with Low Carb 2nd edition revised 2010” differs significantly from the diabetic books that are written from the perspective of doctors and scientists.
The author, affected herself, tells her story from the first day of diabetes diagnosis until the point where she could say that she weathered the storm diabetes. It’s the innovative character of her theories that invites you to protest or to self-test and allow a broad discussion.
The author doesn’t want to persuade her readers into doing low-carb, but at least everyone with diabetes (type two) to think about it.
The book definitely offers the optimal dose of information and inspiration for people who want to control their blood sugar levels with a diet. The diet "low carb" is actually amazingly simple. It leaves out the carbohydrates, thus creating room for a healthy diet rich in vegetables, some fruit, nuts, dairy products, meat and fish.
Surely Diabetes (Type Two) or any other civilization's disease could be prevented if more people were better informed how absurd it is to eat too many carbohydrates.
But what makes this book so unbeatable: It is easy to read. Here you can start immediately with your change of diet.
Schütz informs factual and informative about the basis of low carb and gives valuable tips on how to change diet successfully.
The book encourages and doesn’t convey only dry, theoretical knowledge.
This revolutionary diet is recommended not only to all diabetics, but to all other interested persons.
It explains a lot and you wonder why all this is not better advertised elsewhere. It's not about starvation and furthermore, the book is not like the Bible with its ten commandments. It’s a kind of understandable explanation of the low carb diet.
In you can read that this book "All of a sudden: Diabetes!" (Publisher: tredition, Hamburg) is a self-help book that everyone who has the strong blood sugar fluctuations should read.
In the first third of her book the author writes down her thoughts and experiences in a diary-like style. She describes very impressively the doubts and hopes she had during her time as a diabetic. Hence there are a lot of low carb recipes.

The book:
© 2010 author: Jutta Schütz, English by Jens Petersen
Publisher: tredition GmbH, 2nd revised edition
Printed in Germany, ISBN: 978-3-86850-887-1


Company Information:

Jutta Schütz (Writer, journalist, psychologist, teacher) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge. For more information on the author and her books see the publishers: tredition Hamburg, BoD Norderstedt. Contact: (


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Low Carb stabilizes blood glucose values even without weight loss
© by Jutta Schütz
Is the treatment of type 2 diabetic patients perhaps unwanted?
Diabetic patients aren’t enlightened enough by their doctors!
Sweden's Jorgen Nielsen documented in studies that a low carbohydrate diet (Low Carb) stabilized the blood sugar levels in type 2 diabetic patients even without weight loss.

Again and again type 2 diabetics hear from their doctors that the disease is not curable. This statement is only true for type 1 diabetes.
Nowadays there are a lot of studies worldwide (eg, the German Institute of Human Nutrition in Potsdam DIfE), proving that it’s not the fat, but to many carbohydrates that damage the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas.
Unfortunately, diabetics seldom hear that a long-term insulin therapy (Diabetes Type 2) may increase the risk of colorectal cancer or lead to cardiovascular diseases.
Don’t the doctors have time any more for an intensive conversation or is it just because of their convenience?
The diabetic's disease is a billion dollar business - for doctors, pharmaceutical industry, but also for the business of the food industry and related companies who unfortunately plunge now even on low carb.
Many diabetics trainings and continuing medical education in Germany are paid by the pharmaceutical industry - so "non-drug measures" seem to be “non-existing”, they are simply ignored because of the profit.
Unfortunately, the drug investigator and diabetes expert: Prof. Dr. med Peter Sawicki - head of the independent Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (examines and tests medicines and therapies on their cost and effectiveness) must go now. He stopped some drugs - to the annoyance of the pharmaceutical industry.

Low Carb is quite simple to practice. It takes no medications and no special products to buy - you simply reduce the carbohydrates in your daily meals.
If type two-diabetics do without bread (and everything baked with flour - even pasta), potatoes, rice (starchy) and of course without sugar, the sugar levels reduce after only 3 weeks.
Of course, the doctor will not be thrilled at the beginning, but diabetic patients are not discouraged and may even contradict their doctor if it serves their health. The blood test will confirm this!
If diabetics (type 2) already take drugs they have to control their blood sugar levels often during this time and probably reduce the drugs slowly with their doctor.
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The book: All of a sudden: Diabetes

© 2010 author: Jutta Schütz, English by Jens Petersen
Publisher: tredition GmbH, 2nd revised edition
Printed in Germany, ISBN: 978-3-86850-887-1

Company information:
Jutta Schütz (writer / author, journalist, psychologist, teacher) writes books that inspire, motivate and provide special insider knowledge. For more information on the author and her books have a look at the publishing houses: tredition BoD Norderstedt and Hamburg.