DeWayne McCulley survived a near-death, diabetic coma with a blood glucose level of 1337 (more than 1200 points above normal); and, lived to tell about it. He credits his recovery to God, his mother, and his daughter Cynthia.
DeWayne used his 30 years of experience in engineering and biochemistry to beat his diabetes and help other diabetics as a volunteer of a diabetic support group for the American Diabetes Association.
With support and encouragement from several churches, his mother, and his daughter, DeWayne wrote the top-selling diabetes book, Death to Diabetes.
The book explains his diabetes experience, the root causes of diabetes, and how to beat the disease — based on his 6-stage model, the 5 “super” foods, the 5 “dead” foods/chemicals (to avoid), the 7 wellness factors, and research from more than 200 clinical studies.
DeWayne is an engineering graduate of Pennsylvania State University, worked for Hughes Aircraft and Xerox Corp. for 30 years, and was a math tutor volunteer for the Urban League for more than 15 years.
DeWayne grew up in a small town in Western Pennsylvania, where he was blessed with strong parents and great teachers, who gave him the hope and the vision to eventually help others.