Most doctors and health authorities claim that type 2 diabetes is irreversible. It’s a disease you’re saddled with for life – along with a daily drug habit. Wrong! Type 2 diabetes is a form of carbohydrate intolerance and thousands have learned how to put this condition into permanent remission. Find out more.
In excess of 1 in 10 adults over the age of 25 in industrialised countries are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.
Most are put on one or more drugs by their doctors - and they’re often told there is no chance that their condition can be reversed. It’s a condition, they are led to believe, they must cope with for the rest of their lives.
But millions are being misled. The reality is that most of these people could be cured completely - without drugs. That’s especially if the condition, which is a form of carbohydrate intolerance, is caught early enough.
This has now been demonstrated through published clinical trials, but more importantly, through the experience of thousands of people who’ve taken their health into their own hands. That’s something many drug companies and health authorities would prefer you didn’t know.
Disclaimer: The information provided in this campaign is not a substitute for medical advice. If you suffer from any health condition, please seek the support and guidance of a suitably qualified and experienced health professional.
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