My jaw hit the floor.
Six months ago one of my diabetes researcher partners came to me with the results of a study out of the UK.
These genius doctors were looking at the effects of various diets on things such as blood sugar levels, weight gain, and diabetes.
You wouldn’t believe what they found.
Prior to understanding the results of this new study it had always been a mystery as to why some diabetes patients seemed to be getting worse while others would get better.
Some seemingly “healthy” diets were actually making type two diabetes worse, while other diets that you might associate with being unhealthy actually seemed to be quite effective at lowering blood sugar and managing type two diabetes.
But when I saw this new study out of the UK, everything clicked.
I was shocked that the answer was so simple.
When it comes to diabetes, you probably already know that there is a LOT of different and confusing information out there.
Some people say to exercise more, others focus on weight loss, and yet others still look to treat diabetes with medications.
While it’s true that any one of these things can be helpful in managing some of the effects of diabetes, none of them focus on the root cause of diabetes, and so none of them are likely to achieve any serious lasting success.
What we realized was that in order to help people to beat their diabetes, we needed a program consisting of two things.
The first thing was that the program needed to be effective.
That much should be obvious.
After all if the program wasn’t effective, we were never going to help anyone.
Surprisingly, coming up with an effective program was not that difficult once we understood the missing link to diabetes that was uncovered in the study from the UK.
(Don’t worry, we’ll cover that in just a minute!)
The more challenging part of the program was the second part, which was figuring out how to make this program brutally simple to follow.
By making the program incredibly easy to follow, we were able to ensure that the maximum number of people could see results.
Since this program was designed for people with type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes, and it had two important components (being effective AND being simple) we called it Type2Diet.
Now in just a moment we’re going to explain exactly how the program works, but first we want to share a couple testimonials from some of our happy customers:
All I can say is… wow. The program is so easy to follow, I feel amazing, and my blood sugar is consistently going down. I wish I would have found this ten years ago, but I’m just grateful that I found it when I did.
I’ve had diabetes since my early 20s and have been on medications for years. I had tried a number of different diets and supplements, and nothing really gave me the results I had hoped for. When I found out about this program I knew I had to try it. It seemed too easy, and honestly, it is easy! I’m losing weight and my blood sugar keeps going down. Best of all, I feel amazing.
Now, just so we are clear, this program has nothing to do with:
Our program is 100% all-natural, and simply takes advantage of the latest science in order to help your body to heal itself.
With all that said, lets get back to that study from the UK.
Remember earlier when I mentioned that we had studied a bunch of different diets, and been a bit confused because some “healthy” diets actually seemed to make diabetes worse, whereas some unhealthy diets looked like they were actually improving diabetes?
Well as it turns out, the answer to that question was quite straightforward.
What this study out of the UK found was that diabetes didn’t have much to do with how “healthy” your diet was, and instead had everything to do with how many carbs your diet had.
In case you aren’t too familiar with carbs, they are one of the three main macronutrients (fat and protein being the other two).
When you eat carbs, your body immediately breaks them down into sugar (or “glucose” if you want to get scientific).
The more carbs your diet contains, the more sugar you’ll have in your body.
This explains why some “healthy” diets tended to actually have a negative impact on diabetes.
Even if a person was eating plenty of vegetables, avoiding processed foods, and staying away from things like soda and candy, they could still be eating way too many carbs.
On the flip side another person might be eating a lot of junk food, but as long as they weren’t eating a lot of carbs, blood sugar levels (and diabetes) could actually improve.
This also explains why some people who are relatively fit can still experience high blood sugar, while some people who might be overweight or even obese can have normal blood sugar levels.
The things that we associate with health don’t always add up when we talk about diabetes.
To understand what a monumental revelation this was, you need to realize that for decades diabetes was always considered incurable.
It was something to be “managed” but never actually cured.
And when you look at who benefits from all this misinformation, it’s clear why it took so long for this research to finally see the light of day.
A single person with diabetes has average healthcare costs of $8,700… EVERY SINGLE YEAR!
Some of that is paid by insurance, and some is paid by the person themselves.
Regardless of who pays for it, Big Pharma is the one who benefits.
Even more disturbing is that Big Pharma invests a lot of money in the fast food industry.
These companies spend billions of dollars figuring out how to get you to want to eat more, so you buy more food, and when it gets you sick, you can buy their drugs.
Now we aren’t here to criticize these companies or get into some wonky conspiracy theories, but it is important that you understand what is going on behind the scenes so that you know why you may not have heard about programs to actually treat diabetes.
There is a lot of money at work trying to keep this information hidden away.
After all a single patient with diabetes could literally be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars to Big Pharma over the course of their lifetime, and that industry is in no hurry to give that away.
But back to the program.
As we discussed before, we needed to come up with a two-part system for consistently producing excellent results.
The first part was that the program had to be effective.
Based on the research coming out of the UK we knew that if we could help people to reduce the number of carbs in their diets, we could effectively help them beat diabetes.
Now if that’s all there was to it, we might send you a recipe book and wish you good luck.
But the story doesn’t end there.
You see the problem with low carb diets is that carbs are everywhere.
It isn’t just foods like pizza and pasta that you have to watch out for.
Carbs are also in many fruits and vegetables, and rice and beans.
Carbs are so prevalent that avoiding them can feel like walking through a bunch of landmines.
And this is precisely why we knew that if we were going to help as many people as we possibly could, we would need our program to have a second part.
We would need it to be simple.
And I don’t just mean simple, I mean reeeaaalllllyyy simple.
Like 2 + 2 = 4 simple.
Because the truth is that making any kind of change is hard.
And if something is hard AND complicated, it’s unlikely that you’ll stick with it for long.
Which is why we knew that we had to make this program as easy as possible.
So how did we do it?
We knew that the secret to diabetes remission was in eating less carbs, but we also knew that eating a low-carb diet is insanely difficult.
It seems like a bit of a paradox, but the solution is so simple it’ll make you laugh.
Introducing the Type2Diet Meal Replacement Shake:
Figuring out what to eat is difficult.
Drinking a shake is easy.
We created an all-natural low-carb shake designed to replace a full meal.
Each shake has 27g of protein, 21g of healthy fats, and just 2g of net carbs.
By contrast a piece of bread has an average of 25g of carbs.
A single plate of pasta could have over 100g of carbs.
By replacing a normal meal with a shake, you can literally cut out 99% of the carbs you would have eaten!
The best part? Each shake is incredibly filling and super delicious.
But that’s not all.
On top of everything we just mentioned, each shake also contains 20% of your daily values of all 25 essential vitamins and minerals.
We also added some all natural supplements like gymnema extract, bitter melon, and alpha-lipoic acid, all of which have been studied clinically to help support healthy blood sugar levels.
And on top of that we also threw in a handful of adaptogenic mushrooms like Lion’s Mane, Cordyceps, and Reishi, to give your immune system a boost and keep for feeling great.
It took a team of doctors, food scientists, and nutrition experts to come up with this formula.
And the results speak for themselves.
We’ve been so blessed to receive thank you letters from so many of our amazing customers.
Here is one that really touched my heart:
I really don’t know how to thank you guys enough. My mother died of diabetes, and me and my sister were both diagnosed with it in our 20s. As far as I knew, it was just something you had to live with. It wasn’t until I got really sick that I started researching more about possible cures. The thought of not being there for my kids graduation, or seeing my daughter walk down the aisle terrified me. When I found Type2Diet I figured I had to give it a shot, if not for myself then for my family. The results have been everything I could have asked for and more. I’ve lost 33lbs, my blood sugar is back into a healthy range, and I feel like I got my life back. After my sister saw the incredible success I was having she gave it a try, and lo-and-behold she’s on the path to beating her diabetes as well. The program is just so simple. I drink one shake every day for lunch, and another shake in the afternoon as a snack. I still eat a normal breakfast and a normal dinner, although I do try to stick to less carb-heavy options. The results have been just incredible. You guys are a blessing for me and my entire family. Thank you.
Two shakes a day! That’s it!
She replaces lunch with a shake, and an afternoon snack with a second shake.
It’s that simple.
Some people like to replace breakfast or dinner with their shakes.
The choice is yours.
By simply replacing 1 or 2 meals a day with 1 or 2 shakes, you can reduce your carbohydrate intake significantly, and be well on your way to putting diabetes into remission.
I hope you learned something from this.
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We look forward to hearing your success story.