Did you know that one well-known diabetes drug was linked to a 43 percent chance of heart attach according to a study in the New England Journal of Medicine? Forty three percent chance of heart attack. That’s almost half. How does it make you feel knowing that every time you take your pill to positively effect your type 2 diabetes that you are giving yourself a 50/50 chance of rushing to the emergency room? No one mentioned that to me when I was diagnosed – maybe it was in the very small print on the box.
There are some other awful side-effects of diabetes medication: hepatitis, liver problems, acidosis leading to death within hours, heart attacks, stroke, increased risk of cancer, weakened immune system, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, heart failure, and more.
And to reiterate – that’s just taking your medication.
Some doctors who know this don’t prescribe the medication — but they prescribe major and drastic changes to your “lifestyle.” Well, I don’t know about you, but my lifestyle wasn’t that bad in the first place.
So, I have to ask myself:
Are my only choices:
1) Endangering my life with medication and
2) Making myself miserable with “lifestyle” changes?
Here’s the answer: No.
Let me continue by asking you this: What’s it worth to you to be able to not have to throw money in the fire with prescriptions and diabetes supplies and not have to worry about dying of some random medication side effect? I don’t know about you, but to me, that’s worth a whole lot.
What if I told you that in 21 days you could be off your medication, eating what you wanted, and have your blood sugar under control?
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