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Run Tippy Run - Draw Me Healthy - Diabetes Health Series - Illustration by Ike Austin

Help kids draw their future without diabetes.

Our Goal:
1 - Drastically reduce kids dependency on diabetic drugs.
vegetables philosophy, indoors and out.


Why this book is so important: Since the introduction of High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) additives into the food supply over thirty years ago, *the increase of diabetics has kept pace in direct proportion. The diabetic market of new drug addicted customers has zoomed since *1975 to 2005, from two million to an alarming fifty million respectfully. The same conclusion can also be drawn about chemical hormones put in cow's milk-research shows a *direct link to chemical treated cows milk to an increase in juvenile (Type-1) diabetes. Since the introduction of these hormones into the milk supply, Type-1diabetes has exploded amongst our youth.

There is a pharmaceutical blitz to sell all kinds of diabetic drug paraphernalia to this "new drug-addicted market", but no similar media campaign has been launched to alarm the communities about how eating green vegetables will help avoid this store-bought-food related disease.

Why the time is right to share this info: Millions of children are contracting diabetes, some perhaps being mis-diagnosed. The prescription is always the same, animal insulin medication in the form of pills or direct injection. This medication will eventually degrade other vital organs of their body insuring a life long dependency to the pharmaceutical industry is guaranteed.

Options: It is possible to manage some forms of diabetes without taking any insulin injections at all. This is better for you in the long run. Exercise, eating lots of green leafy vegetables and water consumption seem to all play a part in reducing blood glucose levels and achieving a non-medical alternative. The sooner you get started, the better your chances.

The Purpose, Is Prevention: This series of Run Tippy Run - Draw Me Healthy publications, will attempt to introduce a green diet concept to young children. By illustrating a direct link to food and health, we induce kids to question their diet choices & food sources. We seek to call self-help behavior into action.

"Remember the DayStar"


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