People who have Type 2 diabetes may get worn out if they try to read all that is written about the disease. The greater point however remains, diabetes is dangerous. Diabetes and seniors can be fatal.
I Urge You To Stick With Me In This Article
There are two separate points but both a really important. Make sure you stick it out to the end.
I don’t have diabetes
I received an email from a sender who thinks I do. I decided to read through the sales pitch. It included going to linked sites, all formatted to sell me an ebook on how to be cured.
The idea of being cured of a dangerous disease grabbed my interest. I thought I would look a little further.
What Is It?
If you have diabetes you know this, if you don’t have it, here is a crash course.
When you have too much sugar in your system, you will come to a point that your body cannot process it all. Cells become resistant to insulin.
The pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to overcome the resistance. The result is sugar not being processed in the cells to be used as energy. If not processed properly, it turns to fat and stored. You gain weight.
If you continue to consume sugar, the situation gets worse and you get fatter. When you get to a certain point, the insulin needed to process sugar is so insufficient that medicines are needed to process the excess sugar.
For those who reduce sugar, control their diet, exercise, and lose weight, the symptoms of diabetes are lessened. Not always, but it often changes things.
That is the premise of the email I received and the program they were attempting to sell me.
The different forms of diabetes
- Type 2 diabetes is the condition that affects the way the body processes blood sugar.
- Type 1 diabetes is the condition when the pancreas produces no, or very little, insulin.
- Prediabetes is the condition when blood sugar is high but not yet high enough to be Type 2.
- Gestational diabetes is a condition of high blood sugar in pregnant women.
Where does this take us?
The first link in the email took me a sales page with a video designed to scare anyone with diabetes.
It cited 115 million Americans have prediabetes or diabetes. That is a third of the United States population. I began to wonder. The sales page continues with the horrible effects of the disease.
After reading most of his stuff I began to look else where for supporting information.
It has been said about the internet, that once you start following links, it soon resembles chasing ‘what-ever’ down a rabbit trail.
I know people who have Type 2 diabetes as well as some who have had juvenile onset diabetes. I would not wish it on anyone.
I continued to read
I learned that maybe there is something to the claims made in the email.
I am skeptical of a lot of stuff I see and read on the internet. Take this article you’re reading now. If I make a claim and back it up with a few facts, you will probably consider what I say.
If I cite certain proofs to the facts, you will probably believe them. But what if I just made it all up. What if I polished up the presentation to the point that it looked professional. What if I cited experts, university studies. What if it was all fake.
I am guessing I could persuade many that it’s true.
Most of us are, for the most part, trusting. We do not expect to be scammed, lied to, or cheated out of our cash. But it happens.
I Continued To Read About Type 2 Diabetes
I read about David Andrews who has the Cinderella type miracle story. He has the disease. He went on a quest to be cured naturally. He was successful so he wrote a book to tell others how he did it.
His video and sales letter are the basis of the email I received.
It sells online. It is an ebook delivered via the internet. It seems to be popular.
Here’s why I think that.
I Googled Diabetes Destroyer. That’s the name of David Andrews program.What I found was an entire page of articles praising the book. The articles appeared to be unbiased ‘reviews’ done by bloggers.
I often think of bloggers as the modern day investigative reporter. Such a idea would be nice but in the case of Diabetes Destroyer, the bloggers are merely marketers selling the program.
If you are unaware, there is a marketing outlet for online digital products called ClickBank. Many entrepreneurs will offer their products via the online giant. It’s similar to Amazon selling books. Customers buy from ClickBank and ClickBank makes a percentage on each sale.
Other marketers, known as affiliates, can advertise ClickBank products and collect a commission if one of their customers buy. It is all a part of the online industry.
It is actually a good business. The products must contain a money back guarantee. ClickBank is rigid on the requirement.
With that in mind
When I Googled Diabetes Destroyer, the page of articles were nothing less than disguised ads for the program. They called them reviews yet pitched the program. The articles all had a handy link to ClickBank just in case you wanted to buy.
Guess who gets the commission? Yes, the one who wrote that article. As a form of disclosure, I sell products from ClickBank. I can place a link here in this article. If you click the link and buy the program, I’ll get a small commission.
I Googled the word ‘diabetes’
The first four entries were ads. I didn’t look at them all, but it is clear that drug makers are selling their treatment choices on Google.
After that you see what various experts, like the Mayo Clinic, have to say. There are some really good, quick reads about the disease in the section, ‘People Also Ask’. This is great easy reading if you are looking for answers about diabetes. Click the link.
What about David Andrews
I went back to following his story. I went to a favorite but underused site. Quora.
Quora is cool. You can type in a question and find answers from others. People can have a lot to say. You’ll get and answer to your question. The assumption is, you are not the first to ask. The results are amazing. See it here.
When it came to Diabetes Destroyer, I found I was not alone in my thinking. The answers were frank.
Many believe that David Andrews is pitching a book for money. Others thought the opposite. He is sharing knowledge to help those with the disease.
Some of the answers said they bought the book. For the price and a sixty day guarantee, there was little to lose. If you have Type 2 diabetes, perhaps there is value in knowing about the program.
I am still suspicious
I noticed a couple of times, when an answer to the question also provided a link to the book. I can not help but wonder how legit the answer is. Is the writer an affiliate trying to make more sales?
What’s the answer?
Is the email I received legit? Is there a more natural way to treat and perhaps end diabetes?
The email worked. I, with no real interest, read the thing. Now we need to know if the program works.
Type 2 diabetes remains just as horrible as it did before I did my research.
Here is what I think
There are several things a diabetic can do to aid in their affliction. It involves hard work, dedication and support.
I have not read David Andrews book but it includes a diet plan, exercise and change in lifestyle. For him, and in the reports of others, the program apparently works. It just won’t be easy.
There are three tracks to take.
- Continue to follow the regime of medications, shots or whatever your doctor has prescribed.
- Study the causes of diabetes, research the various diets. Create a meal plan and work to reduce blood sugar as you follow your doctor’s orders. As you find success, your doctor will reduce the medicines you are prescribed.
- Find programs like Diabetes Destroyer, implement the plan and work towards a longer healthy life.
None of these choices are easy. They require something special from you. In the case of number one, it will be the knowledge that things will not get better.
Number two comes with the understanding that you must vet each source of information to be certain you are not being misled. Once that is done, you will need to regulate each step.
You need be sure you are doing it properly. Diet and exercise are the main focus. Support and your doctor’s blessing are vital.
The third choice has the heavy lifting already done. The plan is in place and only requires your commitment to follow it. It won’t be easy. You will need to have your doctor in the loop to monitor your progress. The support of others around you is important.
Special diets, food plans, eating schedules, and exercise programs, all need the understanding and support of family and friends.
Type 2 diabetes is horrible. It does not go away because you take medicine. The medicine only keeps you functioning. Without it, you would likely die.
The Need For Change
It became clear in my research, that a change in lifestyle is needed to get back to good health.
Does Diabetes destroyer work? I don’t know. What I do know is, to do nothing is the worst decision anyone can make.
As mentioned earlier, I am an affiliate of ClickBank. I have placed a clickable ad in the right side of this page if you would like to have a look. At the very least, you will know what David Andrews learned.
I also had a look at some things on YouTube. There is a lot there about diabetes. This short video is about six years old but seems to be timeless. There a many more available. If I can be blunt, I didn’t watch them. Some are over an hour in length. I don’t have the patience.
Here Is An Encouraging Video For Those With Diabetes
Here is the book the Dr published that has had so much success
You Have Choices
Diabetes is dangerous. If you are a senior, and the chance are, if you’re reading this, you are, diabetes can and likely will, be fatal. I have vivid memories of sitting with a dear lady in her final hours as diabetes took her life
Take action. The choices here are very affordable. Do something.
As always, if you have questions or comments, drop them in the comments below. Let’s have a conversation. —Robert