Blood Sugar Premier sounds too good to be true, does it not?
Many of the promotions for this natural supplement make it sound like the greatest treatment for diabetes to ever bless this earth--but let's be honest here--things sound a scammy.
Could Blood Sugar Premier be a scam?
Will this supplement actually work?
I had my suspicions upon coming across this products so I decided to dig a little deeper into things and in this review I'll be going over my findings.
Spoiler Alert: Blood Sugar Premier is NOT as good as they claim!
My guess is that you probably came across the video presentation for Blood Sugar Premier. You know, the one about some "2000-year-old Chinese... secret"…
The video presentation is very over-hyped and is sure to make anyone a bit suspicious of what is actually going on here. Overall it just sounds too good to be true… And you know what they say about things that sound too good to be true--they probably aren't true.
In the video the spokesman talks about how there have been new blood sugar secrets found in some ancient book called "the Old Testament of natural health", written by the father of Chinese medicine.
I've reviewed quite a few scammy supplements in my day and it seems that many of them use very similar sales pitches.
Usually they claim that some new "secret" has been discovered in some remote part of the world. Usually it is some method, secret ingredient, etc. that has been used for thousands of years in secret--which is similar to what is being said here.
In the video presentation we are shown a bunch of testimonials from people emailing the company expressing their thanks and gratitude… But of course there is absolutely no proof that these testimonials are real.
They could easily be fake…
And… Just as expected… We are told that this new "secret" discovery is trying to be covered up by the mainstream medical industry.
There have been plenty of supplements I have reviewed that have had promotions saying something along these lines. Usually they tell you that "big Pharma" is out to shut them down and that you need to watch the presentation until the end right now, and buy the product before it is gone forever, which is basically exactly what they are telling you in this video…
Now while I do agree that the big pharmaceutical companies often let greed get the best of them and have much more power than they should have, I don't believe that any large pharmaceutical company is actually trying to get this video presentation taken down--because I don't think it is any threat to them.
We are told in the presentation that the writer of this "lost book" in which Blood Sugar Premier has been formulated from went by the name of Shen Nong...
What is said is that this guy is the father of Chinese medicine-who tested over 350 different herbs for medicinal purposes, created acupuncture and even discovered tea--BUT what we are not told is that this guy actually might be a mythological Chinese deity in folk religion.
In other words… We don't even know if this guy actually existed!
He is often depicted with horns and such--which seems to be comparable to the mythological Greek gods.
That said, there are supposedly books that have been written by Shen Nong, many of which have been lost--and we are told that some of the lost information has now been found…
While I did find some information about some of the books he supposedly wrote being lost, such as 'Shen Nong Jin' and Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing'-- I found nothing about them being "found".
So ya--a lot of confusing, misleading, and unbacked information being fed to us in the video presentation.
But enough about that… Let's talk about whether or not the supplement actually works…
Blood Sugar Premier is a 100% natural blood-glucose lowering supplement that can supposedly reduce blood sugar levels so that you can live a healthier and more enjoyable life, without taking potentially harmful medication.
The supplement is manufactured by a company called Zenith Labs, which isn't exactly the most trustworthy company, but I will get more into that in a bit.
Overall I would not really recommend taking the supplement, although you could potentially see some positive results and there won't be any harmful side effects. There is some good to it, it's just not nearly as good as we are led to believe from the video presentation and ridiculous sales pitches that are floating around the Internet.
Below you can see the label from Blood Sugar Premier and its list of ingredients…
Now there are a lot of different ingredients there, but the top 3 ingredients that much of the focus of the video presentation is on include berberine, curcumin, and piperine (black pepper fruit extract).
And--we are told that this supplement contains "the perfect ratio of berberine, curcumin, and piperine"--which of course we were all expecting to be told based on the over-hyped sales pitch.
Berberine is an alkaloid that can be found in a variety of different herbs, including Chinese Goldthread, and has traditionally be used in Chinese medicine. It's uses include everything from helping with diabetes, to lowering cholesterol, to helping with weight loss and more.
A study published in 2016 in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine concluded berberine to be a "potent oral hypoglycemic agent". In the study patients with type 2 diabetes went through 8 weeks of treatment taking 300mg of berberine three times per day and showed decreases in blood glucose, cholesterol and more.
The mechanisms in which it is able to decrease blood glucose levels are still not completely clear, but some researchers believe it comes from berberine's ability to alter Bifidobacterium species, which are a species of gut bacteria that live inside us all.
Additionally, berberine has been shown to help break down fat deposits and prevent them from forming around the pancreas--which helps keep the pancreas functioning as it should and helping keep blood sugar down.
Curcumin is a compound found in the turmeric root, which is part of the ginger plant family.
Among its most well known benefits are that of it's anti-inflammatory effects--but it has also been shown to have some benefit at lowering blood glucose levels--although more human studies on this matter would be nice.
One interesting study published in Diabetes Care that I came across tested curcumin's treatment ability with pre-diabetics, aka people who would likely develop diabetes. In this study the pre-diabetics were separated into 2 groups, one group supplemented curcumin and the other took a placebo. The results were pretty darn good--after 9 months of treatment 16.4% of the placebo group developed diabetes while no one form the curcumin group did.
Piperine itself does have some anti-diabetic, and has been shown to mitigate obesity and type 2 diabetes in rates, but the main reason for it being in this supplement is its ability to increase the absorption of curcumin.
Curcumin isn't absorbed easily by the body and piperine is well known and proven to increase its absorption as well as the absorption of many other compounds.
The first thing that I want to point out is that the amount of curcumin included here is very small. It only contains 50mg of turmeric extract and who knows how good this extract actually is. Most turmeric supplements will say "95% standardized curcuminoids", but this makes no mention of such.
Also, the 50mg of berberine hydrochloride might not be nearly enough. The one study that I mentioned above (also talked about in the video presentation) where berberine was shown to have anti-diabetic effects--patients were given 300mg of berberine three times per day!--that's a heck of a lot more than 50mg!
Not only is the amount of science on this particular subject very limited and not all that well proven--but the science that is out there leads me to believe that the amount of the main ingredients in this supplement simply are not enough.
You might see some results, but this is without a doubt a disappointing find.
One of the big problems I have with this supplement is the fact that it is manufactured by a company called Zenith Labs, which doesn't exactly have the best reputation.
First off… They don't have much of any reputation at all, besides that of selling other scammy products like Hearing X3 and Vision 20.
Much of the information I have found out about this company doesn't really add up. For example, on their website (zenithlabs.com) they state their address as being…
...but when I did a Google search for this address I not find anything about any Zenith Labs.
The only company I could find at this address is called Corporate Disk Company who specializes in making CD's, DVD's, etc.--which obviously has nothing to do with supplements.
Strange isn't it?
I don't know about you, but if I am taking something like a supplement, that I am putting in my body--I want to be able to trust the company behind it. Unfortunately I cannot trust this company because they don't give much reason for me to trust them.
I think that Blood Sugar Premier is a pretty good example of another overhyped supplement that is not going to perform as well as we are led to believe.
There is definitely some potential here for it to decrease blood glucose levels and benefit your overall health, but from what I see I wouldn't keep my hopes up too much.
The sales pitch is ridiculously misleading, it contains fairly low doses of the main 3 ingredients, and Zenith Labs just doesn't seem like a very trustworthy company--pretty disappointing.
That said, if you are at your wits end and would like to give Blood Sugar Premier a try, you can purchase it on the official website here.
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Gluco Type 2 is a natural supplement that can supposedly reverse your type 2 diabetes in no time… But can it really? Or is it possible that Gluco Type 2 is just another scam that is going to be a waste of your money?
I know that there are a lot of people promoting this as the greatest supplement ever for diabetes, but you can’t always trust what you hear. Sure, it sounds great that “you can reverse your type II diabetes in less than 15 days”……and if this is actually true then that is great, but what if it isn’t true?
I have exposed many scam supplements before in the past and, honestly, this one seems to be very scammy, which is why I decided to dig a little deeper and write this review.
If you are thinking about possibly buying into this, you are definitely going to want to read this over first. I will be going over what exactly Gluco Type 2 is, whether or not the ingredients work, complaints and more.
But first let’s talk about the ridiculous video presentation and some of the red flags that probably made you suspicious of this all…
You probably came across the video which you can see a screenshot of above. The video presentation makes this supplement sound a little bit too good to be true. And we all know what they say about things that sound too good to be true…. They probably aren’t true!
And there are tons of red flags…
Red Flag #1 – “Big Pharma, Big Medicine, and even Big Governement have been keeping all of this hidden from you”
We are told that “big Pharma” has been stealing from us and that this is the biggest theft in the history of mankind…
We are also told that they have been bribing doctors to prescribe expensive medications that don’t actually make you better, but rather make you more sick so that they can further profit from you.
Now I know it is very true that the pharmaceutical industry has a somewhat “less than ethical” reputation at times, but the problem here is that they just want to make the pharmaceutical industry look bad and don’t really offer any proof to back up these claims.
And… I have heard similar claims with many scammy supplements I have reviewed in the past, such as with Diabetes Destroyer for example.
Red Flag #2 – The Real Cause of Your Type II Diabetes Has Nothing to Do With The Foods You Eat..
What the heck are they talking about here?
This is a really dumb statement and simply not true. Type II diabetes has a lot to do with what you eat and this is pretty well proven with science, even by plenty of independent studies that have not been funded by large pharmaceutical companies.
Red Flag #3 – Michael Bradford Doesn’t Exist
Michael Bradford is the spokesperson in the video. He claims that his wife had diabetes very bad and he was the one that finally figured out this “miracle” treatment.
He claims that the pharmaceutical industry hates him because he is actually trying to help people and that this means less money for them.
HOWEVER, this guy is completely fake. When I was doing my research I looked at the disclaimer and found that they state “Michael Bradford is a pen name”…
Red Flag #4 – Fake Testimonials
Also, on the checkout page they show you some testimonials from people who have supposedly been taking this supplement and getting really good results. HOWEVER, I did a reverse Google image search of one of these testimonials and found that the picture is actually a fake…
It’s a stock photo that anyone can purchase and use online as they wish.
More Red Flags
I’m not going to go over every single red flag but just know that there are plenty of more.
But anyways… Enough about the sales pitch that is full of lies in the misleading information. Let’s talk about the actual product. Does it work?
Let’s find out…
Gluco Type 2 is a 100% natural diabetes treatment supplement created by Phytage Labs, who is the company also behind Tinnitus 911 and Eagle Eye 911, which are natural supplements for tinnitus and vision that I am familiar with.
Overall the supplement really isn’t as bad as you would imagine based on the very scammy sales pitch, but it definitely isn’t as good as you are led to believe either. That said, it does have some potential to lower blood sugar levels and help with diabetes, naturally of course.
The supplement consists of 20 ingredients as you can see below. And don’t worry if you can’t read this, I know it is small print. I will be going over what you need to know below.
Well… I’m not going to go over every single ingredient, because there are a lot (20 in total), but it will go over some of the more main ingredients that you might not know about…
And there are also a lot of well known ingredients such as vitamin C, vitamin E, magnesium, biotin, zinc, manganese and more.
Potential? Yes… But….
So obviously this supplement does have potential. Many of the ingredients are claimed to have antidiabetic effects, and many of them have even been proven to have such effects in scientific studies.
HOWEVER, there is definitely a lack of evidence and another problem is that most of the ingredients are dosed pretty low. Most of the “unusual” ingredients are dosed at around 10 to 50 mg, which really isn’t all that much when you look at how much people were taking in the studies I found.
One of the good things is that there are not any side effects you have to worry about.
I’m sure there might be a few people that experience some minor adverse side effects, but generally speaking all of these natural ingredients shouldn’t pose any threat. That said, of course it is always recommended to consult with a doctor before taking supplements.
The cost depends on how many bottles you buy. The best price, the most bang for your buck, is the 4 bottle option in which you get each bottle at $49.95…
But is just 1 bottle enought?
This is a hard question to answer, but there’s a good chance it won’t be. As I’ve already went over, the studies on these ingredients are limited but many of the ones that are out there are often conducted for longer than one month.
It’s also worth mentioning that there is a 90 day moneyback guarantee…
What I Like
What I Don’t Like
I would not consider Gluco Type 2 a scam. When I first started looking into this supplement I was thinking it probably was because of the absolutely ridiculous video presentation, however it is not.
It definitely does have some potential to treat type 2 diabetes although it is not the miracle worker it is claimed to be.
Will it work for you? The best answer I can give for that is that “it could help”, but definitely is not guaranteed.
Anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Hopefully this gave you a better idea of what you are looking at here. If you do want to give this supplement to try you can purchase Gluco Type 2 on the official website here.
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Also, leave any comments or questions down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Is this Sugar Balance supplement a scam by David Pearson or can it really cure your type 2 diabetes in a matter of days?
The truth might hurt a little, because unfortunately this is not the miracle cure it is promoted as being. In this review I'm going to be exposing it for what it really is, which is something you probably don't want to buy.
There is a good chance you came across the ridiculously long video presentation for this supplement. You know, the one that went on for like 45 minutes and was probably painful to sit through? That one.
Well.. I guess I should say "those ones", because there seems to be several different video presentations promoting this.
The one I came across started off like this, saying that the mainstream medical establishment does not want you to see this…
You are told that thousands of lives are saved every time the video is shown, yet it is "constantly under attack" because the medical establishment does not want you to know the truth.
And of course the video might get taken down at any time, so they say. But really this is just a little bit of trickery being used to try to get you to act as soon as possible, meaning buy the supplement they are promoting right away.
This is also promoted as a miracle supplement. You are told that "your blood sugar will normalize permanently, just days from now"…
I'm sure you were suspicious of all these rather over-the-top claims. After all, you are reading my review now looking for additional information. So I'm guessing you are probably thinking it sounded a little bit scammy.
There are so many red flags in the promotional videos it is ridiculous. Some of them include the following…
So "David Pearson" is supposedly the guy that created this supplement. He claims to be an epidemiologist with 27 years of experience, and claims to have researched every treatment under the sun and has finally come across a natural way to balance your blood sugar in just days.
However... This guy is a complete FAKE. He is a FRAUD.
How do I know?
Well... Take a look at the disclaimer below. Now I don't know if you can read that because it is small writing, but it says that David Pearson is a pen name… Meaning that it is a fake name.
I didn't come across this disclaimer until I was on the checkout page.
So this supplement is being promoted by a fake doctor… That is just great.
You are told that this supplement has helped over 260,000 men and women achieve "perfectly balanced blood sugar levels". However, I seriously doubt that this is true.
If this were true then why wouldn't there be more information on it?
Oh… That's right… I forgot that the medical establishment is trying their hardest to keep this all a secret. Of course.
Yes, in the video presentation there are a lot of scientific studies referenced, which is good. HOWEVER, the way in which this information is presented is misleading to say the least.
The guy claims that fatty liver is the number one cause of type II diabetes. He acts as if this is some groundbreaking new discovery that no one wants you to know about. While it is true that there is becoming an increasing amount of research pointing to fatty liver being a cause, this is nothing that is being hidden from you.
And what is funny is that he claims the medical establishment is hiding this information from everyone, yet he references studies showing that fatty liver may be a cause of type II diabetes that were conducted by the medical establishment… Funny.
He acts as if it is THE cause and nothing else is, but this simply is not true.
"Fatty liver may play a role in the development of type II diabetes" according to Mayo Clinic. I think that quote sums it up pretty good.... it "may" play a role.
I'm not going to dive too much into detail here, but the main point I want to make is that this information is not being hidden from the public and the information he presents is in a very misleading way.
As you already know, this guy claims to be an enemy of the medical industry. He claims that they hate him because he is exposing the truth, which causes them to lose money.
Now I am a huge fan of natural treatments and I definitely understand why many people don't trust the medical establishment, however, you definitely cannot trust this guy either.
After all... David Pearson doesn't even exist as shown above.
But anyways… Enough talk about the misleading claims made and all of the lies told. Let's talk about the actual supplement and what it can do for you, if anything…
As you already know, Sugar Balance is a type II diabetes supplement that is 100% natural and can supposedly balance your blood sugar in a matter of days.
It is manufactured by a company named ProvenHealth, which I wouldn't trust and will talk more about in a bit, and sells for a high price of $69 per bottle.
Although it definitely does have some potential to help with type II diabetes, this is not something I would recommend buying and you will see why.
The ingredients in this supplement consist of 8 different herbs, these include…
Now in the video presentation he acts as if these are all "miracle cures" that have just been discovered, but as you can imagine the way he presents them is misleading.
Yes, if you do research on any of these ingredients you will find some evidence that suggests they can be beneficial when it comes to treating type II diabetes, but the evidence is limited.
Can these lower your blood glucose levels? Yes… But don't get too excited.
As if all the information I have presented thus far is not already enough, you also have to think about the company behind this supplement, which is ProvenHealth.
I couldn't really find any information on this company and this is a serious concern.
I don't know about you, but when I am taking a supplement that I am putting in my body, I want to be able to trust what is inside it.
All we know is that Sugar Balance is an "ultra-grade and pure supplement" and it has the perfect dose of each ingredient, or at least that is what you are told.
That said, we have absolutely no idea how much of each ingredient is in it. We are told that it consists of an 800 mg blend, but this does not tell us much.
I don't see any reason to trust this place and this is very worrisome because I have reviewed plenty of scams promoted in similar fashions in the past.
You are told that this supplement normally sells for $149 per bottle and that this is like nothing else on the market.
But of course they are so nice they are going to let us get a bottle for only $69.
However, this is a serious ripoff, or at least it has the potential to be.
As I already went over, we have no idea how good the ingredients in this supplement actually are. Of course they tell you that they are "ultra-grade and pure", but I doubt this.
This is a great example of another supplement that is promoted in such deceptive and misleading ways that people who buy into it are almost sure to be disappointed.
As mentioned, yes the ingredients included here definitely do have some potential, but this is certainly not something that you should expect to cure your type II diabetes in a few days, as you are told.
All in all I am definitely not going to be recommending Sugar Balance to my readers because I do not trust it.
There are much better options out there.
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review here and found it helpful. Please leave any comments or questions below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Diabetes Destroyer is supposedly some new natural miracle treatment for curing type II diabetes that was created by a guy named David Andrews. But is this natural solution really the miracle that you are told it is? Can this really cure your diabetes in just 11 days as is stated in the video presentation? Or is this all just a bunch of BS… Is it possible that Diabetes Destroyer is a scam that is just going to be a waste of your time and money?
Since you took the time to do a little extra research and are currently reading my review here, I am guessing that you are suspicious of the claims made about this product. You probably think it sounds too good to be true and is a good thing that you caught on to this… Because it is too good to be true.
In this review I’ll be exposing Diabetes Destroyer for what it really is, which is not nearly as good as you are told. This review will be one of the very few honest reviews that you see out there. Many of the other ones I have found while searching Google are just promoting the product and making it seem like the greatest thing ever, but they are just doing this to make money.
When you come across the website for Diabetes Destroyer (diabetesdestroyer.com, thebloodsugarsecret.com, and probably some others) you are instantly greeted with a video presentation by David Andrews, which one heck of a very long and very ridiculous video presentation that is sure to leave everyone who watches it at least a little suspicious that this is all a scam.
He starts off talking about some strange occurrence where 11,000 people’s pancreas kicked back on, their insulin resistance disappeared, and their blood sugar went back to normal… But of course “big Pharma” was trying to cover it all up. He claimed that there is some secret being hidden from the public that could be the cure to type II diabetes.
Apparently the doctors couldn’t say what was going on and “big Pharma” was doing all that they possibly could to keep this a secret. Fortunately, some guy named Dr. Taylor was trying to solve the mystery.
The Story of David Andrews
David Andrews claims to be a 51-year-old that is married and has two children. Apparently he had such a severe case of type II diabetes that the doctor told him he had to get his legs amputated. He then dove headfirst into research to try to find any solution so that this didn’t have to happen, which then led him to believe that the entire medical establishment is a bunch of crooks and is trying to keep a lot of very helpful information hidden from the public.
Then the video presentation really shifts over from “big bad Pharma” to all the deadly and life altering circumstances that could come your way from being a diabetic… Having your limbs amputated, heart attacks, strokes etc. Typical fear mongering at its finest.
And then right back to the “big bad Pharma” approach. He claims that pharmaceutical companies know darn well about all the risks that come from type II diabetes, but they just don’t care. All they want is your money. They don’t want to cure you from type II diabetes because they want to keep sucking your pockets dry.
The Cure to Type II Diabetes
In the video presentation he claims that he’s going to reveal some secret that he uses to “instantly” lower blood sugar after he eats something sweet by jumpstarting the pancreas.
Then he starts to talk about how there is this strange occurrence between people who have gastric bypass surgery and their type II diabetes going away overnight. This is supposedly what big Pharma is covering up and Dr. Taylor went out on a mission to find out what the reasoning is behind this.
According to David Andrews the fat deposits that our around the pancreas are the main cause of diabetes. The secret is to remove this fact, but the strange part is that gastric bypass surgery does not do this.
Right on que… Just as I expected… It isn’t the surgery that does this, it is some miracle meal plan that has just the right amount of fats, carbs, vitamins, minerals, etc. that destroy the fat deposits. This definitely is not the first time I’ve heard of some “miracle meal” that can cure all your deadly life-threatening conditions. Herpes Blitz Protocol and the Outback Vision Protocol are two other similar types of scams that I have reviewed, which come to mind.
But anyways… Dr. Taylor supposedly developed a meal plan based on this meal plan that gastric bypass surgery patients use. David claims that Dr. Taylor performed a clinical study with this meal plan and 100% of people with type II diabetes were cured by it.
But of course you can always trust what you hear…
There are so many different health products scams out there today that take the same “big bad Pharma” sales pitch. A lot of people do believe that the pharmaceutical industry is corrupt at least to some extent, and they play to this fear the best they can.
They lead you to believe that the entire pharmaceutical industry is up to no good and group the entire industry together under a negative light.
Half the darn video was talk about how the entire medical establishment is just out to get you.
Now I understand that some of what they tell you is true, such as higher-ups in the pharmaceutical industry being caught bribing doctors, but you have to realize this is not everyone. A lot of different pharmaceutical companies do a lot of good in save many lives… It is not all about controlling people in sucking every penny out of them possible.
And of course everything in this video presentation just sounds a little bit too good to be true. I mean seriously, think about it… Getting carried from type II diabetes in just 11 days with a natural solution?? You would think something this simple would be much more public knowledge.
Oh yeah… That’s right… I forgot big Pharma was covering it all up.
Another red flag is that there is no verifiable information on this “David Andrews” guy. He could easily be a fictitious character that was made up just for the purposes of promoting this scam, and this is actually what I think the case may be.
There is no information given that I am able to verify through research, and the creators of this scam likely carefully designed this way.
There is some truth to what you are told, but at the very least it is very misleading and the facts are blown out of proportion to guide you in a certain direction… Typical deceptive online marketing.
According to Healthline, after gastric bypass surgery the small intestine produces a molecule called GLUT-1, which helps the body use glucose. The reason this is significant is because in adults this does not normally happen. In the reason this likely happens after surgery is because the small intestine has to work harder to move food down, according to Dr Erini Nestoridi. This is because gastric bypass surgery decreases the size of the small intestine that your food travels through, thus increasing the workload of the small intestine that is active.
So it makes perfect sense that gastric bypass surgery patients, at least some of them, would be cured from their type II diabetes due to the body’s increased ability to use glucose.
That said… the information I found doing my own research is obviously contradictory to what you are told in the video presentation by David Andrews, who tells you that it is the special meal plan that gastric bypass surgery patients are on that is responsible for their cure diabetes. This is all a bunch of BS as far as I can see. I just haven’t been able to find any information that would prove this to be true, and if anyone is out there who has come across proof I would love to hear about it below this post in the comment section.
It it is also worth noting that the statistics David Andrews gives you are likely 100% made up. He claims that Dr. Taylor performed some study where you put diabetics on this new diet he created and saw a 100% success rate. However, I have not been able to find any information on this study either and a 100% success rate would be incredibly rare. Compare this to a long-term study mentioned on WebMD that tracked 400 people post surgery… There was only a 62% recovery rate here.
Are you ready for possibly the most mind-boggling part of this review?
Well here you go…
What you get when you purchase Diabetes Destroyer is an e-book that is just a commercial for the e-book… LOL… I kid you not. Literally you are basically buying the video presentation, about how David Andrews almost got his leg amputated and all that BS, in a written format. How crazy is that?
And if you think I am joking, just a look at some of these reviews I found on Amazon. Apparently this e-book was being sold on Amazon for a while and ended up getting a ton of nasty reviews…
So maybe there was a mistake… Maybe there was some sort of glitch and the book that was supposed to be sold, the real book, was instead replaced with an e-book of the commercial. Maybe we should just give them the benefit of the doubt and say it was all a mistake.
However, I also found the ebook on Free-Ebooks.net and it was the same thing… just an ebook of the commercial. So I really don’t know what to say here. Things are very strange and obviously no one wants to purchase this if they are just getting the ridiculous sales pitch commercial in written format.
What you are supposed to get is the miracle diet that Dr. Taylor came up with.
So anyways… Let’s say that there was just some mistake made and now you are able to actually purchase the real Diabetes Destroyer e-book, which would be the diet plan created by Dr. Taylor.
Even in this best case scenario you still are more than likely just going to get an e-book of diabetes friendly foods, which you probably already know. I have come across these sorts of health products hundreds of times before. They make you believe that they are some incredible natural cure, but provide you with some basic information that can easily be found for free online.
In conclusion, this is definitely not a product I would recommend if you have type II diabetes. While it may provide some good information, I am willing to bet that the information it does provide is easily obtainable for free online, and you probably already know it.
The people behind this product use the typical fear mongering sales pitch, trying to scare you with the whole “big bad Pharma” approach and all the serious conditions that can come from diabetes… And of course Diabetes Destroyer is the only answer out there.
Anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review and found it helpful. Please like and share this post to help spread the word so that others can avoid this scam as well. Also, leave any comments or questions down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂
Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy is supposedly some newly discovered cure for diabetes by Michael Dempsey. But is it really all that it is claimed to be or is this just a bunch of hype around a product that does not perform? Is Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy a scam you should be avoiding?
The truth is that, while this may not be a scam (depending on what your definition of a scam is), it is not nearly as amazing as it is said to be. I’m sure you picked up on that… Judging by the fact that you are reading my review now and probably wondering for yourself if this is a scam.
The marketing that is done for this product is absolutely ridiculous. It is massively overhyped and just all around misleading. This certainly is not the miracle that this “Michael Dempsey” guy claims it is.
As I said, the Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy is the creation of a man named “Michael Dempsey”, whose name I put in quotation marks because I’m hesitant to believe that this is actually his name. I have not been able to find any real proof that he is who he says he is, and judging from the amount of deception in the marketing material, it very well could be just another lie.
But anyways… If you land on the official website you will be greeted with a video presentation where he starts out talking about the story of his wife who had a severe case of type II diabetes. He claims that his wife Rachel was dying in the hospital room, with paralyzed arms and legs. Her blood sugar levels had put her in a diabetic coma, which was life-threatening.
This horrific day is apparently what led Michael to go on a life-changing journey to discover the secret to curing type II diabetes, which he supposedly found in the jungles of Sri Lanka.
He claims that this “tribal trick” has been used to help 37,838 people recover from type II diabetes and that this information isn’t going to be around for much longer because “big Pharma” is trying to shut it down… Of course he tells you that they do not want the information getting out because they want to keep on sucking the money out of diabetes patients.
How He Supposedly Came Accross This Secret
The story goes that Michael was in the hospital with his wife when he met a 91-year-old man named Lakmal, he was from the Vedda tribe of Sri Lanka. Michael told him about his wife’s situation, almost dying from type II diabetes, and the old man just smiled… Because of course this old man had the cure for diabetes.
They stayed in touch and Lakmal mailed him some old book of tribal recipes, which he then paid a medical researcher named Chamida to develop a cure based on. And of course now this cure is seven times more powerful than the original Vedda people’s diet and consists of simply eating normal foods.
I’m sure you are suspicious of the whole store that is being told here, as anyone should be. It just seems too good to be true, does it not?
Well… As I said… It is probably completely made up.. Fabricated.
There are a lot of red flags, one of which being that there is no proof this guy’s name is actually “Michael Dempsey”, in the fact that the pictures he shows of his family are completely fake, which I do have proof of.
At one point in the video presentation he shows a picture of what are supposed to be his two daughters and son. But as you can see, this is just a stock photo that was purchased online… These are not his kids.
And by the way, I ran a reverse Google image search to find that this photo was indeed a fake.
I feel like I have heard this story before, and for good reason. The reason I feel like this is because I pretty much have heard this story before. This is a rather typical sales page format that I have come across in multiple other very “scammy” health products, such as Diabetes60 System and Blood Pressure Protocol.
These sales pitches always start out with some tragic story about a loved one almost dying. And of course the reason they almost died was because of prescription medication, which doesn’t actually solve the problem… And of course “big Pharma” is actually out to get you and does not want to cure your problem because they want to cycle the money out of you. Then the sales page turns to some life-changing journey in which the author found some cure in some remote part of the world.
Those two other products I just mentioned above, which I have reviewed, literally follow the same exact format. Coincidence?… I think not.
Well the entire storyline is complete BS, but is anything you are told actually true?
Believe it or not, there is some truth to what he says, mostly when it comes to the scientific findings he talks about. The only problem here is that these scientific findings are twisted/turned for the sake of promoting this Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy. In other words, he is not giving you the full story, only presenting you with scientific findings that will help the products all better.
For example: it is true that coconut oil has been found to be good for cholesterol, or at least better than many other oils out there. According to Harvard Health, it is rich in lauric acid, which the body processes different from other saturated fats. This makes it slower to digest and less likely to be stored as fat, which is good news for diabetics.
There our studies out there showing that it can prevent obesity and insulin resistance, as well as lower blood glucose levels.
But what he doesn’t tell you is that there are downsides to coconut oil… Such as how the tests on coconut oil also showed a higher fat buildup and insulin resistance in the liver, which I learned on Healthline.
And this is just one example of some of the selective truths that were told during the video presentation. Overall it is definitely misleading way tells you.
One think I always like to do when researching and looking into products like this, is see what other people were saying about it. And I’m not talking about people that are promoting at… I’m talking about people who have actually bought this “remedy” and have tried it for themselves.
Fortunately, Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy is an e-book and it is available on Amazon. There are a decent number of reviews on it, and as expected most of them are negative. Below you can see just a snippet of some of the reviews from people who have actually bought this…
Pretty bad right? This is no surprise.
Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy is simply an e-book that provides well-known information on diabetes and gives you some natural “remedies” to help fix the problem. It is all presented as some “secret” new remedy that was just discovered, when in reality this is far from the truth.
As you can see from the reviews above, one person states that it “didn’t tell me anything new” and another person describes it as “common sense info”.
This is a common case of a crappy product that is marketed as some Holy Grail… That is magically going to cure your health condition. This is deceptive marketing at its finest.
While it is possible that you will see positive results from following this remedy, I still definitely do not recommend anyone purchase Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy. If you are someone that eats very unhealthy and has type II diabetes, then starts to fall this remedy and the recommended healthy eating… Then you probably will see positive results. But this definitely does not mean that is worth paying for. All this information can easily be found for free online.
Diet and exercise seem to be the best solution for type II diabetes. This is well proven in science in the good part is that the side effects to diet and exercise our nothing but positive… Unless of course you consider post exercise muscle fatigue as being a negative side effect.
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed this review and found it helpful. Please share this post to help spread the truth because I am sure there are a lot of people getting ripped off by this scam right now. Also, leave any comments or questions down below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can :-). If you have your own review for Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy I would also appreciate it if you left your opinion down below.
The Diabetes60 System it is advertised as being some “weird trick” that can reverse type II diabetes within weeks. But is it really this great? Or is Diabetes60 System a scam by Dr. Ryan Shelton that you should be avoiding?
The truth is that if you do follow the system, you will likely see improvements, however… This is really nothing all that special. It is not some new they found secret nor is it something that is going to work for absolutely everyone, as you are led to believe.
Much of what you are told is misleading and in this review I plan on clearing everything up. I will be going over a little bit about the sales pitch, this Dr. Ryan Shelton Guy, whether or not there is really scientific proof that this “trick” actually works, and ultimately whether or not I think this is a scam.
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Since you are reading this review I am guessing you probably came across the video presentation for Diabetes60 System. Why am I guessing this? Well… Because the video presentation is what makes this all seem like a scam. It just seems a little bit too good to be true, doesn’t not?
Above the video presentation this system is claimed to be based on a “doctor’s 1 weird 60-second body movement trick that reverses type II diabetes within weeks”. Of course this doctor that is mentioned is Dr. Ryan Shelton, who claims he will give you a second chance at life by helping you rid yourself of diabetes.
At the beginning he tells you that in the next couple of minutes he will be showing you this 60 second trick to curing your diabetes, but the video then goes on for over 40 agonizing minutes. And I can imagine many people never made it through the entire video.
You are told that this trick is all based around HIIT, or high intensity interval training that you can do for just a few minutes per day. This is something that really caught my attention. First it is said that this can be done for just 60 seconds per day and now he is saying that you can do this in a few minutes per day… What a bummer. Now this is going to take me a couple minutes each day?? Oh this is just getting to be too much for me (joke).
But anyways, he claims that this is “clinically proven in countless peer review medical journals” and that it works because HIIT exercise recruits more muscle fibers, depletes more glycogen, and increases post exercise insulin sensitivity more than normal workouts.
The video presentation takes the route of the pretty typical fear mongering sales pitch. It wasn’t nearly as bad as some of the health products I have reviewed, such as Blood Pressure Protocol and Memory Repair Protocol, but Dr. Ryan does talk about how it is a matter of time if you have type II diabetes that you will eventually succumb to hypertension, heart disease, stroke, nerve damage, blindness etc… if you continue to take prescription drugs. And of course his 100% natural treatment is the answer.
But I guess it was nice that he didn’t try to scare you away from the entire pharmaceutical industry… As many marketing campaigns do try to do. He even made it a point to mention how he was not going to do this in the video presentation.
Before starting my research into this I thought for sure that Dr. Ryan Shelton was going to be a made up fictitious character. I was guessing that this guy was more than likely a paid actor and not really a doctor at all. The reason for my assumptions are due to the many very scammy health products that I have reviewed on my site here.
However, to my surprise, I found out that this guy is actually a doctor. He is a N.A.B.N.E certified doctor at South Beach Skin Lab and works in the skincare industry reversing wrinkles and such.
But wait a minute… This guy reverses wrinkles?? I thought he cures diabetes??
This is the strange part. I could not find any information about him being involved in any diabetic research or anything related to diabetes. Everything I found had to do with him being a skincare doctor period.
I don’t know exactly what is going on here, and I don’t want to jump to conclusions, but it could be possible that this guy got paid to film the video presentation for Diabetes60 System and actually has nothing to do with it. But this is just a possibility.
First of all, let me make it clear that this is not a “trick”. The use of words like this are just marketing tactics to try to make this system sound more appealing and more like a breakthrough.
But Yes… It is proven to work. There are tons of studies showing that exercise is an effective treatment for type II diabetes. This is definitely no secret. After all… HIIT it is just a form of exercise.
HIIT is what Dr. Ryan says it is. It is when you exercise very intensely for short intervals of time followed by rest intervals.
HIIT vs Normal Exercise
There needs to be more research done on the effectiveness between the two, but there are some studies out there that show HIIT to be superior.
One study published in Diabetes Care talk to groups of people with diabetes and had one group perform continuous walking exercise while the other performed HIIT walking exercise for three minute intervals. Both groups did one hour of this type of exercise five times a week.
The results showed that the HIIT Walker group had improved much more than the continuous Walker group in physical fitness, body composition, and glycemic control.
Doing This 60 Seconds a Day WILL NOT WORK!
The video presentation for Diabetes60 System lead you to believe that you will be able to exercise for 60 seconds a day and will see type II diabetes just miraculously disappear. This is not true, or at least I can find no proof of it.
I cannot find any studies that show one short HIIT movement for 60 seconds being effective and I can’t imagine this actually being the truth. As explained in the study above, these people still exercised for in our long, it is just that they broke down the exercise into short high intensity interval training.
Now I am not saying that you have to exercise for one hour five days a week, but you definitely have to do more than 60 seconds per day.
You will get a eight week protocol that you are supposed to follow, which is nice because it helps you stay on track. And in addition to this you will also get a video collection that shows you how to perform all the 25 HIIT movements along with a recipe collection that includes over 500 diabetic-friendly recipes.
There is no doubt that the marketing used for Diabetes60 System it is misleading and somewhat “scammy”, which is probably why you are reading my review of it right now.
It is a good case of real scientific findings being blown up out of proportion and exaggerated to help sell a product that really isn’t all that special. I mean think about it… What you are getting here is a bunch of workout videos and recipes… All of which could easily be found online for free. But I guess it is nice that it is all packaged up in an easy to follow bundle so that you don’t have to go out and do the research.
Yes HIIT will work and has been proven to improve type II diabetes. That said… How much it works really depends on you. Not only does it depend on the intensity of your workouts, but it also depends on your current state of fitness. Those who are more out of shape will likely see more improvements faster, although not necessarily true.
I would not call Diabetes60 System a scam. I would just say that it could have been marketed in a more straightforward and truthful way. But other than that… I don’t have any problems with this. I just don’t get why they couldn’t have took a more honest approach to the marketing from the start. But I don’t know… I guess they wouldn’t be able to sell as many copies of the system that way. It is the “60 second trick”that lures a lot of people into this.
So anyways… If you do want to purchase Diabetes60 System you can do so on the official website here. Just know that this information can be found online for free pretty easily. As I said, the upside to buying this system would be that everything is packaged up for you and you don’t have to go out and do all the research on your own.
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