Thanks for the second part of this lecture.
I will comment on the first part. I think this man who was suppose to be an intelligent professional person was totally insane with his eating habits of junk food. That screws up my funny bone right there as to his lecturing humor. I just can't comprehend such insanity--taking back to the store $260 some odd dollars worth of junk food. Myself, I have never liked sweets even tho I am diabetic and have never eaten many.
I think his turn-around HAD to be radical. It doesn't matter how one got there. (Exhausted adrenals?) the concept of getting one's complex carbohydrates from green leafy and colored vegetables is a no-brainer. Proteins from nuts and seeds and wild salmon or omega 3 eggs. EVOO which is the best for anybody, anyway. I wouldn't mind having a breakfast as he described. My diet comes pretty close, anyway, except I like my rye bread with a sandwich and do eat some butter (not margerine) on my toast in the morning with my oatmeal.
It will be interesting to see the second part. I got on his website and see he sort of personalizes his diabetes turn-around program for people.