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Chef Charles Mattocks Cooks Up Recipes For A New You

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Chef Mattocks visits The Wealthy Speaker Show with host Paul Lawrence Vann to share insight on healthy eating at its best!

His need to create meals that were tasty, nutritious and affordable led to his career as "The Poor Chef.” Appearances on The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Martha Stewart Show, CNN and The Dr. Oz Show gave him the opportunity to share what he had learned about feeding a family for less money. He became a sought-after guest on local and regional radio and television stations.

Then came devastating news. Charles Mattocks had type 2 diabetes. Reading all he could about the disease made him all too aware of how little he actually had known about diabetes. He was determined to save his life and knew he had to help others do the same.

The Diabetic You documentary, website and movement came out of that determination to educate and inspire people around the world. From nationwide appearances on radio and television, including CNN, to interviews with The Huffington Post, Diabetes Health and Forecast Diabetes and his blog on DoctorOz.com and more, the world is learning about Charles Mattocks' war against diabetes. He developed a diabetic-friendly, gluten-free treat called the Charles Bar that is in national distribution.

He is committed to providing free health testing for people from Orlando to Atlanta and beyond. His RV Testing Tour will appear at fairs, sporting events, malls and other venues. During a recent humanitarian trip to India, Mattocks helped test hundreds for diabetes.

A spokesperson for the American Diabetes Association, Chef Charles has been asked to write their next cookbook. A tireless advocate for diabetics everywhere, Charles Mattocks is determined to help stop the ravages of this deadly disease.

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