Leading Diabetic Magazine Promotes NFI Protocol As 'Alternative Treatment' For T2 Diabetes

The advanced plant-based protocol was featured in the number 1 diabetic magazine for patients in Slovakia
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Leading diabetes magazine Diabetik has promoted an exclusively plant-based diet. (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

Leading diabetes magazine Diabetik has promoted an exclusively plant-based diet. (Photo: Adobe. Do not use without permission)

Leading diabetes magazine Diabetik has promoted the 'Natural Food Interaction' (NFI) protocol in its most recent edition.

The issue, which was published in the number one diabetic magazine for patients in Slovakia, promoted the protocol as a highly effective 'alternative treatment' to reverse type2 diabetes.

Natural Food Interaction Protocol

The NFI protocol is a whole-food, plant-based diet that goes one step further, by mixing and matching different plant foods in combinations that are tailored to an individual.

It was founded by David Hickman and Zuzana Plevova, who recently trialed it at a National Institute in Slovakia.

The pair have had impressive results with the diet in Europe, with a 96.5 percent type 2 diabetes remission rate in patients that have completed the protocol.

The First-Ever Patient To Try The Protocol

The magazine featured Peter, who was the first patient in Slovakia to try the protocol

After adopting the NFI protocol, Peter put his illness of almost 29 years into remission - and gave him his life back, losing nearly 30kg (66lb) and coming off his insulin and metformin medication.

A Breakthrough Year

NFI Founder Hickman told Plant Based News as part of an upcoming exclusive interview: "It's been a really positive year for us. After our trial at the National Institute in Slovakia, we have been invited to present results at numerous congresses and universities. 

"We now have exciting opportunities to offer more people the ability to access the NFI protocol."

You can find out more about the NFI protocol here