What is Diabetes Free?
Diabetes Free is a downloadable eBook sold by Clickbank. The eBook is featured on a website called DiabetesFree.org. When you visit that website, a lengthy video will begin to automatically play.
That video will drone on for about 10 minutes about how awesome it is to not have diabetes. It talks about how good it feels to look at a hot dog with a bun and realize you can eat it. It talks about how you can just look at a milkshake, decide you want to drink it, and then drink that milkshake.
And then it tells you that you can live the same way, free from diabetes, with the help of a new product called Diabetes Free.
Diabetes Free comes in the form of a $37 eBook. Like all Clickbank eBooks, it comes with a 60 day refund. You can buy the book, read it, and return it free of charge if you didn’t like it.
Once you skip past all the marketing hype, you get to the real lessons of the program: Diabetes Free is a health guidebook which explains certain dietary and exercise techniques you can use to relieve your diabetes symptoms.
Diabetes Free is manufactured by an anonymous company. The company doesn’t disclose any of its contact information on the official product website. Under the “Contact Us” page, it simply lists the email “firstname.lastname@example.org” and nothing else.
With a little bit of searching, however, you’ll learn that Diabetes Free was created by a guy named David Pearson. Pearson suffered from diabetes most of his life before discovering a miracle cure.
David Pearson claims he’s a doctor, although he doesn’t explain where he works or any other things that could be used to identify him. This has led many people to assume that he’s not a real doctor – or that David Pearson is simply an alias.
In any case, we know very little about the author of Diabetes Free.
How Does Diabetes Free Work?
One of the key concepts behind Diabetes Free is eliminating gluten from your life. Many diabetics have been able to cure their diabetes symptoms simply by living a gluten-free lifestyle.
Eliminating gluten can lead to a significant reduction in blood sugar levels (BSL).
Thus, one of the main goals of Diabetes Free is to identify foods and recipes that are free from any type of gluten. You can expect to give up any foods that contain rye, farina, wheat, semolina, barley, bulgur, and oats.
In addition to eliminating gluten from your diet, Diabetes Free recommends certain other diet and lifestyle changes. I won’t spoil all of the techniques here, but all techniques revolve around one central concept: getting the foods you eat to encourage the body’s natural production of insulin.
Before you developed diabetes, your body produced enough insulin to stay healthy. Curing diabetes is impossible. But with the help of the techniques in Diabetes Free, you may be able to boost your body’s natural insulin levels.
To do that, Diabetes Free recommends eliminating unsafe acids from your body. These acids can damage your pancreas and reduce its production…..