The New Concepts in Diabetes demonstrates that the current world’s burden of diabetes is not on the account of type II diabetes but mostly on stress diabetes, which could account for about 90 percent of diabetic cases diagnosed during the last three decades. Accordingly, it is emphasized that most diabetic conditions, particularly the newly discovered ones, could be readily corrected if properly managed. The New Concepts in Diabetes constitutes the revolution of the last three decades in diabetes as stress diabetes is a potentially curable condition, while type II diabetes is an established chronic illness. The New Concepts in Diabetes illustrates that the current spread of stress diabetes is mostly due to accumulation of potential toxins in the colon, leading to a biological toxic stress in the body among disadvantaged, susceptible individuals. Proper elimination of the potential source of toxins from the colon could readily correct a stress diabetic condition, while administration of oral hypoglycemic pills to a stressed pancreas constitutes an insistence to flog a tired horse, turning a potential condition into an established chronic illness with consequent flare-ups of the diabetic phenomena all over the world. The value of the New Concepts in Diabetes lies in the true promising opportunity it gives for many patients with newly discovered diabetes that their diabetic condition could be successfully corrected with simple measures. Furthermore, diabetic patients who are already on medications could reduce or quit their pills, while patients with uncontrolled established diabetes could enjoy good control of their diabetic condition even with fewer doses of pills; at least, all of them can almost ensure avoidance of cardiovascular and foot complications resulting from long-term duration of dysglycemia. Most of the literature of the New Concepts in Diabetes has been peer-reviewed, accepted by international reviewers, and published in American medical journals. In this regard, the New Concepts in Diabetes can be accordingly considered as a recent revolution of knowledge in diabetes.