Managing Diabetes In Traditional Medicine
How is diabetes managed? Traditionally, managing diabetes involves taking drugs.
The purpose of the drugs is to enable you to continue consuming the same foods that induced the diabetes in the first place. In other words, the purpose of managing diabetes is to allow you to remain a diabetic.
Prescription Medicine Without Lifestyle Change Is Risky
It also means that the diabetic drugs keep you diabetic because they are designed to help you manage, or eat sugar. But it is the sugar that made you diabetic in the first place, as our research discovered and our doctors warned against. Managing it means you could be setting yourself up for conditions such as a heart attack, liver failure, blindness, and even leg amputation, in the long term.
Why manage the condition when you can reverse it in less than 30 days, regardless of the stage?