Millions of people struggle with maintaining healthy blood sugar and are often diagnosed with diabetes at an early age. Statistics tell us that 65% of people with diabetes die of a heart attack or stroke. The numbers are startling, and most doctors tell their patients that losing weight, reducing stress, and eating healthy are the only ways to manage blood sugar.
When this doesn’t work, many people have no choice but to take prescription drugs and supplements to keep blood sugar under control. Unfortunately, these approaches aren’t without their side effects…
Some of today’s most widely-prescribed drugs for Type 2 diabetes include sulfonylureas, alpha-glucosidase inhibitors and meglitinides which can have side effects including low blood sugar, upset stomach, and even weight gain - all the things that doctors are trying to prevent in the first place.
People who take them notice significant changes to their appetite and overall sense of well-being. Here’s what people have been saying about side effects using prescription drugs1:
“I find that with Byetta I get extreme indigestion during the evening after I have injected myself and eaten my evening meal. This is really chest-tearing and needs multiple doses of Gaviscon to relieve it. The other thing that I have been affected with since starting Byetta is severe constipation” ~ Davejc
“My GP has recently changed my meds from metformin to sitagliptiin (januvia) as metformin just did not agree with my stomach at all even the slow release one. I am currently on day 5 of using Januvia and the side effects I have are: Dizziness, Shivering, Cold sweats, Stomach cramps on lower right side, and Nausea” ~ jimmehr
After many years of research and testing, doctors are saying they’ve found an alternative way to normalize blood sugar.
Some are even suggesting this is the next big breakthrough because so many people have been relying on the modern medical and pharmaceutical industry that only treats the symptoms, not the cause.
And since many people concerned about their health worry about high medical bills and how their family would survive if they had a heart attack or stroke, it’s even more important to explore alternatives.
This “hack” addresses some of the causes of blood sugar imbalances, not just the symptoms. It only involves a simple morning habit that virtually anyone can do in only a few minutes a day. Learn more about this scientifically-proven approach here.