If you want to have a strong voice in helping others cure diabetes, the best way you can do so is to cure your own diabetes or pre-diabetes using natural methods and then share this experience with others. Your friends, co-workers, family members, etc will really pay attention to what you have to say if you can prove to them that what you say actually works. They will see how healthy and happy you are and how you no longer have to take diabetes medication. This more than anything else will inspire them.
Do you have a stubborn spouse, parent, child, friend who refused to believe that diabetes is curable? Don't tell them, show them! You can also offer them this information which is based on very solid scientific data. It is also the most comprehensive source of information for curing diabetes naturally that I have seen to date.
So, how do you first cure your own diabetes? The key to doing this is to have the right information. You need information like I linked above because if you skip even one essential step, you may not be able to fully cure your diabetes. Of course, every healthy step you take is worthwhile but to really cure your diabetes completely, you need to make sure you are not skipping anything important.
Next, you want to make sure you get your blood tested at least every 3-6 months so you can PROVE to yourself, your doctor, and to everyone else that you actually are curing your diabetes. The main test you want to use is not just a simple finger prick because that just tests the glucose level in your blood at that precise moment. The glucose in one's blood varies widely and can be dramatically different just a few minutes later. Therefore, testing blood sugar this way doesn't really prove anything. What you need to be more concerned about is the average level of glucose in your blood across several months. If your glucose readings remain in the normal range across a long period of time, i.e. remain low on average, this can be interpreted to mean you cured your diabetes.
The best blood test to use is called called the "glycated hemoglobin test" and it is something you have to get your doctor to order - it cannot be done at home. The "glycated hemoglobin test" is usually referred to using short hand, like the "A1C" or the "HbA1C test."
What is the glycated hemoglobin test? What is the A1C test?
Glycated hemoglobin is hemoglobin that sugar has attached to because there is an excess of sugar in your blood. The red blood cells in your body live on average about 4 months. If your blood glucose is elevated all the time, the glycated hemoglobin will build up in the your blood because it takes so long for red blood cells to replace themselves. While it is normal to have a low level of glycated hemoglobin, diabetics and others with insulin resistance (pre-diabetics) will have higher than normal levels. The exact cut-off for what is considered "normal" varies somewhat but anything over 6.5 is definitely in the diabetes range. Some say anything over 6 is diabetes. Other say this is "pre-diabetes." I personally don't think it much matters what you call it as long as you can get it down below 6 and keep it there! Most non-diabetics will produce a A1C reading of 5 point something.
Remember, there is no cure using modern medical techniques, so to cure diabetes, the only option is to use methods. I say this from personal experience. Bringing down your own blood sugar and keeping it down using natural methods (explained in a very detailed way in the link I provide above) is the best way to convince others that they too can cure their own diabetes! It tells them it is indeed possible to do so.