TYPE II DIABETES

Type II Diabetes is preventable, treatable, and reversible. It’s also growing like a wildfire.

If you or someone you know is suffering with Type II diabetes, then you know the great fears that accompany the diagnosis: Will I lose my eyesight? Will I damage my kidneys? Will I lose a toe, foot, or leg? 

The medications doctors prescribe to diabetics are numerous: Metformin, Sulfonylureas, Meglitinides, Thiazolidinediones, DPP-4 inhibitors, GLP-1 receptor agonists, SGLT2 inhibitors, and, of course, Insulin.

Your doctor has likely told you that the keys to preventing, or, if it is too late, living with Type II Diabetes are exercise and healthy eating, but what does that mean? How long do you exercise? What type of exercise? What if you can’t exercise? What foods should you eat? Which foods should you avoid? How much should you eat? Should you do intermittent fasting? Keto? Paleo? 

We can help! We can teach you how to exercise in such a way that your body uses stored fat as fuel, and we can teach you how to eat in such a way that your body uses stored fat as food. If you can’t exercise, we can still help you! The end result is that you are thinner, healthier, and OFF OF YOUR DIABETES MEDICATION! 

We see Type II Diabetics reverse their disease and astonish their doctors regularly. Rethink the idea that you are going to be sick the rest of your life. Come in for a pressure-free consultation to learn more!

Testimonials:

“I got off of Metformin within one year of being on the program.” – Jane S.

“In 2017 I was taking four medications for diabetes; now I only take one, and I need only half the dose I was on. I will be off all diabetes medications within 6 months.” – Kevin K.

“I have been on the program for 2 weeks, and I am seeing numbers I haven’t seen in a decade. My blood sugar was easily 130 in the mornings. Yesterday it was 106, and it keeps dropping.” – Mark L.

“I’m a Type II diabetic. On my 12thday into the program, my doctor advised I stop taking all three of the medicines I have been prescribed.” – Jamie S.