Unfortunately, millions of diabetics have been deceived into thinking they will die unless they take Big Pharma’s drugs and/or injections, however, a recent huge study has shown that the real truth is a little different.
A team of researchers looked at 9 classes of diabetes drugs, including insulin, compared to a placebo. They reviewed over 300 clinical trials. The data covered almost 120,000 patients with type 2 diabetes. The results were absolutely stunning. There was absolutely no increase in survival rates for people who took the drugs. The drugs completely failed to prevent heart attacks or strokes! They also failed to reduce all-cause mortality in these patients.(1)
Since 2004, the FDA has approved more than 30 major diabetes drugs. Not one of these drugs has ever been proven to save a single life.(2) There is also NO proof they prevent heart attacks or complications like blindness or amputations. The problem is that these drugs do not treat diabetes; they only target blood sugar levels. High blood sugar levels are a sign of diabetes but they are not the disease.
Diabetes is a complicated subject. As such, our research and development efforts continue. In the meantime, we would like to offer some tips and insights you can consider adding to your current efforts. This information includes some excerpts from Dr. Allen Sears (a naturopathic research doctor for whom we have a lot of respect) and our comments as well.
The Better Answer
Get More Sun (Vitamin D3). Low vitamin D3 levels are attributable to insulin resistance, pre-diabetes and full-blown type 2 diabetes. One study found even a minor D3 deficiency can increase your risk of diabetes by 91%.(3) This is important because most people have a vitamin D deficiency. You can get more from exposing parts of your body you don’t normally to the sun and/or enjoying more Vitamin D3-rich foods. However, if you have diabetes, we recommend you take a supplement (3,000 – 6,000 IUs per day, depending on weight).
Instead of throwing away the drugs, far better is to learn how to manage diabetes – or even reverse it! There are natural ways to help stabilize blood sugar levels. Look for far more in our future protocol but for now here are some simple strategies:
Vanadium is a little-known Insulin Mineral. While it’s a crucial trace mineral, most people have never heard of it. It mimics the action of insulin and helps move glucose from the blood into the cells where it can be used as energy. One study found that blood sugar levels of diabetics taking vanadium supplements every day (500 mcg 2-3 times daily) dropped by 10%.(4) Just limit yourself to 3 mg (3,000 mcg) a day.
Berberine is a plant nutrient found in medicinal herbs like barberry and goldenseal). In the 1980’s, Chinese doctors found it helps normalize blood sugar levels as it works by decreasing insulin resistance. Recommended dosage is one 500 mg capsule 2-3 times a day (with food.)
- Palmer SC, Mavridis D, Nicolucci A, et al. “Comparison of Clinical Outcomes and Adverse Events Associated With Glucose-Lowering Drugs in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: A Meta-analysis.” JAMA. 2016;316(3):313-324.
- John Fauber, Elbert Chu and Coulter Jones, “Benefits of Diabetes Drugs Dubious.” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 21, 2014.
- Huang Y., Li X., Wang M., et al. “Lipoprotein lipase links vitamin D, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes: a cross-sectional epidemiological study.” Cardiovasc Diabetol. 2013; 12:17.
- Wallach, Joel D. and Lan, Ma. “Rare Earths: Forbidden Cures.” Bonita, CA: Double Happiness Publishing, 1994, pp 411-12.