1, 2, or 3? Diabetes Summit SHOCKING answer!
Earlier today I asked a question –
Which one of these three mainstream methods is critical to reversing diabetes?
- Prescription pills
- Insulin injections
- Strict dieting
Do you have your answer?
NONE of them.
Sorry for the trick question—but it’s the truth.
Here are some more frightening facts regarding these popular mainstream treatments…
- Research published in Diabetes Care shows the most prescribed pill for diabetes comes with huge, but rarely reported risk—it makes it harder for your body to absorb critical nutrients. For example, researchers found vitamin B-12 deficiency DOUBLED in patients taking metformin over patients not taking this popular prescription.
- Obesity and chronic blood sugar rates have RISEN since the advent of fat-free, bland diets. In fact, research shows that meals like steak and eggs can actually provide vital nutrients to help battle insulin resistance and…
- There are far healthier ways to affect your body’s insulin levels than constant injections. In fact, simple nutrients, sleep methods, and small lifestyle changes can have a BIG impact.
That’s right—by most scientific standards (the standards which any respectable physician or scientist would expect), many of these mainstream treatments don’t hold their weight.
Which is tragic, because this misinformation can lead to more cases of prolonged metabolic disease.
With this summit, I want to help people avoid these pitfall and conquer diabetes for good.
Just 2 days from now—Sunday, May 6th at 3 pm Eastern time—I’m going live with the Diabetes Reversal Summit.
This will be your opportunity to discover solutions to help you not only manage, but reverse diabetes. Including…
- One simple vitamin CRITICAL your healthy insulin response
- The EASIEST change you can make right now to have the BIGGEST impact on overcoming diabetes
- The one SMOKING GUN behind metabolic syndrome few physicians ever talk about
- And so much more.
These safe, natural tactics can help you confidently reverse diabetes.
Thank you for reserving your seat—and don’t forget, we go live on Sunday at exactly 3 pm Eastern time. I, for one, can’t wait.
Fred Pescatore, M.D.