Finally push the “Stop” button on Type 2 Diabetes and drastically improve Type 1 –starting right now!
Let’s face it. If you’re reading this, then you’re probably already up to your eyeballs with diabetes information.
With thousands of books, articles, and online programs out there, there’s no shortage of information…just a shortage of good information.
Keep reading, because I’m going to cut out the fat and give you the only diabetes information you’ll ever need!
You think I’m going to tell you that diabetes is part of some giant conspiracy concocted in a dimly-lit backroom with “big pharma”, the FDA, and your doctor all sitting at the table.
Let me tell you, I’ve seen those crazy books and online programs for sale myself. If there’s anyone who should be investigated, it’s the nuts that sell a product just to tell you how gullible you are!
While there’s definitely some shady stuff going on with diabetes treatments, let’s start with some…
Now that we’ve got that out of the way we can start getting to the good stuff: why you have diabetes and how you can get rid of it!
Well guess what? Dropping a few pounds isn’t going to hurt (it’s actually very helpful)…but it’s no cure! Research shows that the foods you eat make or break diabetes, but calories and pounds aren’t all they’re cracked up to be!
Based on the last decade of research, it’s clear that type 2 diabetes is a 100% curable condition. The reason that most people are stuck with diabetes for their whole lives is that they rely on nasty drugs, way-off diets, and impossible to follow exercise programs!
Unfortunately, the ADA doesn’t seem interested in putting together a diet-based cure for diabetes. That’s why they allow foods like high fructose corn syrup, Snickers bars …and even lard!
Believe it or not, but when you stick your finger with a glucometer and you get a blood sugar reading of let’s say 250, it’s NOT because you have diabetes!
That’s right: plenty of people without diabetes walk around with high blood sugar all the time. How can this be?
It’s the inflammation that makes your cells ignore insulin (also known as insulin resistance).