Diabetes – DBM Protocol



  • ·         Pancreas Beta cells targeted and killed by antibodies created by immune system
  • ·         Genetic predisposition
  • o   Genetic regions closely linked such as coeliac disease
  • ·         Triggers:
  • o   Viral infection
  • o   Vaccines
  • o   Low levels of vitamin D
  • o   Cow’s milk
  • o   Increased insulin demand
  • ·         Poor Diet
  • o   Excessive dietary fructose
  • o   High carbohydrate diet (i.e. carbs that are NON-Fibre)
  • ·         Lack of exercise
  • ·         Other health factors as indicated below


  • ·         Age 45 or older                          
  • ·         Overweight or obese
  • ·         Family history of diabetes        
  • ·         Hypertension
  • ·         Physical inactivity                     
  • ·         Depression
  • ·         History of gestational diabetes
  • ·         Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease
  • ·         HDL-C levels under 35mg/dL    
  • ·         Fasting triglycerides over 250 mg/dL
  • ·         Treatment with atypical antipsychotics, glucocorticoids   
  • ·         Obstructive sleep apnea and chronic sleep deprivation
  • ·         Certain health conditions associated with insulin resistance        


  • Those that are physically inactive
    Having a parent, brother, or sister with diabetes
    Having a family background that is African American, Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian American, Hispanic/Latino, or Pacific Islander
    Giving birth to a baby weighing more than 9 pounds or being diagnosed with gestational diabetes
    Having high blood pressure 140/90 mmHg or above or being treated for high blood pressure
    Having an HDL, or good, cholesterol level below 35 mg/dL or a triglyceride level above 250 mg/dL
    Having polycystic ovary syndrome, also called PCOS
    Having IFG or IGT on previous testing
    Having a condition called acanthosis nigricans, characterized by a dark, velvety rash around the neck or armpits
    Having a history of cardiovascular disease disease affecting the heart and blood vessels 


  • Poor diet
  • o   Linked to obesity / being overweight
  • o   Poor selection of fats in diet
  • o   Bad eating habits
  •      –   Unhealthy foods
  •      –   Not eating a balanced breakfast
  •      –   Snacking on the wrong foods between meals
  • Other Lifestyle, genetic and familial factors


  • Diet – WFPB Diet
  • Probiotics
  • Sun Exposure – Natural Vitamin D
  • Herbal Teas – green tea
  • Exercise
  • Adequate sleep
  • Manage stress levels
  • Normalise body weight
  • Incorporate intermittent fasting
  • Optimise gut health
  • Avoid Certain Foods
  • Natural Cleansing Program
  • Immune boosting
  • Hydration
  • IMMUNOClean™


  • Follow our Whole Food Plant-Based Diet – call DBM Physician / Practitioner for more guidance if needed.
  • Daily Nutrition
  • Use our Eat To Live 15-Day Program and download the recipes
  • Probiotics
  • Hydration


  • Foods To Remove From Your Diet 


  • Follow the 5 Track Plan  – BUT first consult your DBM Physician
  • IMMUNOClean™ – Oral protocols
  • Health imbalances are very Patient Specific – it could be any of the above protocols – please consult with your DBM Physician
  • This is a simplified version of our program. 
  • A stronger intervention might be required – contact your DBM Physician