A Quick Quiz
Which of the following statements about Type 2 Diabetes do you believe to be correct?
■ Type 2 Diabetes is incurable and irreversible, but researchers are closing in on a cure soon.
■ Type 1 “childhood Diabetes” Diabetes is a purely genetic problem. There's nothing you can do about it except take your insulin injections and hope for a new research breakthrough.
■ Prediabetes, or insulin resistance, is a common blood sugar abnormality you can live with, and is considered “normal” so long as your glucose levels are controlled with medications.
■ Diabetes is no big deal. By closely monitoring your blood sugar and following your doctor's orders, you can enjoy a normal life and escape the horrific complications of Diabetes like nerve damage, eventual blindness and loss of limbs through amputation - not to mention heart attack, stroke and Alzheimer's disease.
Not only are all of these statements false, the misinformation is also extremely dangerous if you have Diabetes or are on your way to developing it.
Now, I realize you've probably heard each of these pronouncements from numerous respected sources such as your doctor, the American Diabetes Association (or ADA), the pharmaceutical industry, and the mainstream media. But every one of these popular untruths about Diabetes is dead wrong. I'll show you clinical research that disputes them all in my new book, Life Without Diabetes.
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This book will also introduce you to actual patients who are living proof that modern medicine’s false statements about (and treatment of) Diabetes are expensive, complicated, risky and designed for failure.