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Is a Potential Diabetes Solution on the Horizon?

By Diabetes Health Page Team | Articles

Apr 25

With over million people diagnosed with diabetes in the Philippines, this country is one of the world’s emerging diabetes hotspots. This disease is also known as “the silent killer” as it can cause numerous health problems and conditions. Blindness, kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, and amputation are just some of them.

Hundreds of researchers have tackled the issue of diabetes for ages. One that outstands the others is the 82-year old Filipino Dr. Jaime Dy-Liasco. He is a doctor of Metabolic Medicine who has come up with a potential treatment of diabetes which supposedly shows positive effects in a very short period of time.

He came to a striking discovery. According to him, the true reason why people develop diabetes is not the consumption of sweets as many people believe, but a mineral deficiency. Also, he believes that there is a 3-ingredient combination that can bring about the needed results.

His treatment does not only require 3 ingredients but it is very easy to prepare.

The Potential Solution For Diabetes

Here’s the natural remedy that according to Dy-Liasco has the ability to treat diabetes.


  • 2 raw eggs
  • 12 pieces of native chili peppers (siling labuyo)
  • ½ a tsp. of sea salt


First, chop the chili peppers and grind them. Then, beat the eggs and mix them with the ground chili peppers. Finally, add the salt and drink the mixture.

Who Is Jaime E. Dy-Liacco

A doctor of Metabolic Medicine who was listed as one of 14 brightest doctor in the Philippines by the BRAVO FILIPINO magazine. He has a degree from the CMM in Kansas, USA. Dy-Liasco is a member of ACAM (the American College for Advancement in Medicine, and of the Board of Trustees in PC AM (Phillippine College for the Advancement in Medicine). The goal of PC AM is to spread the news in the field of natural healing, so he is holding 7-day long missions across the country.

Source: Central Readers