Scams -- again!

By JoleneAL Latest Reply 2015-02-15 19:42:51 -0600
Started 2015-02-13 10:08:02 -0600


My gal friend was telling me about a commercial she heard on the radio for to "reverse diabetes."

Why are these people allwoed to get away with this?

Former Gov Huckabee has evidently lent his voice to this website, claiming he did the "program" and reversed his diabetes.

We all know that people can lose a lot of weight and get off all their medication, but still have to watch it.

/venting off!

3 replies

Just Joyce
Just Joyce 2015-02-15 19:42:51 -0600 Report

I agree with Haoleoboy that is what he said. this has been around for awhile. I don't pay any attention to anything that says reverse or cure diabetes but I just happened to be listening for something and sat through it.

haoleboy 2015-02-13 11:52:08 -0600 Report

He never says he used the program, just that it is similar to how he lost weight and lowered his blood sugar.
In the presentation, it is stated that "of course you will have to maintain this lifestyle" although that is only mentioned briefly.
It appears to be a low carb and exercise plan that also encourages "natural" supplements (cinnamon and such) that many type 2's have had success with. It's only $20 and for some it may be worthwhile.


Jibber Jabber
Jibber Jabber 2015-02-13 11:30:34 -0600 Report

The terms reverse your diabetes and cure your diabetes are NOT interchangeable…it has been my experience that the term reverse your diabetes is used to tell people how to get off meds and maintain normal glucose numbers..I do not view these efforts/advertisments/products as scams…many people have been able to get their glucose under control and go off meds…NOW people that claim they can cure diabetes I view completely differently. They deliberately give the impression that one can return to a non-diabetic state where they can eat like a non diabetic with no adverse affects on their blood glucose or health…