THE DIABETES CONSPIRACY


INTRODUCTION

If you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes (or even prediabetes), chances are, your doctor would have recommended that you start on a drug regimen immediately.

Your doctor might have sold you on the idea that a drug regimen allows you to live a “normal” life where you won’t ever have to make any compromises, like changing your lifestyle, or going on a restrictive diet. 

You won’t ever have to hit the gym, and you can still eat whatever you want, as long as you’re on the prescribed medication.

What if you were told that there exists a multibillion dollar industry dedicated to making you a lifetime customer of such drugs? 

What if you knew that there’s an entire industry committed to keeping you diabetic instead of completely curing you, just so corporate fat cats can fleece your hard-earned money on a regular basis as you cling to the hope of living a normal life, free from the dreaded disease?

THE CONSPIRACY

Investors, stockbrokers, and fund managers all around the world are cashing in on what they’re calling the “enormous investment opportunity” in what is really a global epidemic.

If you’ve seen the news lately, you would have noticed how stocks in the healthcare industry have skyrocketed, thanks to news of healthcare reform. 

There’s a perfectly good reason for that: The wolves of Wall Street know they’re going to make a killing on the new legislation on healthcare.

Specifically, on the global diabetes epidemic that’s been going on for years now. If that’s not enough to get you hot under the collar, they you’re in for a rude awakening.

The sad truth is, numerous studies have proven that the most effective way to prevent prediabetes from progressing to type 2 diabetes (or even reverse it, in the cases of those already diagnosed with the disease) is through simple diet and lifestyle changes.

For example, back in 2006, a study conducted in Sweden found that obese patients with type 2 diabetes who were put on a ,low-carbohydrate diet for 22 months saw remarkable improvement.

They were able to lower their blood sugar levels without being put on a weight loss regimen, and those who were dependent on insulin ended up cutting their average daily dosage by half. Biochemistry professor Richard Feinman, PhD, said, “Many people are essentially cured of their (type2) diabetes by low-carbohydfrate diets, but that message is not getting out.”

Indeed such studies are often ignored because no one has ever championed the cause enough to bring to light the ugly truth about diabetes and the industry that’s making billions of dollars from the suffering of diabetes around the world.

Most doctors brush off such results as hogwash, believing that any drug-free solution would involve some form of restricted diets or lifestyle change that their patients will never follow through, so the easiest and “most effective” solution is to “cure” patients through diabetes drugs.

In fact, the American Diabetes Association (ADA), an organization that is largely supported by drug companies and food manufacturers, does not recommend such diets because according to its spokesman Nathaniel G. Clark, MD, “patients find them too restrictive.”

And it doesn’t help that Big Pharma, the drug companies making billions of dollars in revenue from the rampant diabetes epidemic, keep trotting out their armies of sales representatives to promote the latest miracle drugs to US physicians.

It is my hope that by the time you’re done with this book, you’re able to arm yourself with the knowledge that there is an alternative, drug-free solution for you if you’ve been diagnosed with diabetes. Check out this free presentation that details a groundbreaking technique that lowers your blood sugar levels and keeps them in check.

THE COST OF DIABETES

It should really come as no surprise that Wall Street is clamoring for a piece of the multibillion dollar pie. In 2009, the diabetes market in the US alone was worth $174 billion.

With oral drugs making up approximately 39% of the entire market. In fact, market analysts estimate that the demand for drugs, devices, and monitoring systems for diabetes will continue to grow, and the market will reach a value of over $55 billion in 2016. So, what are organizations like the ADA doing to put a stop to this travesty?

Well…….nothing, really.

As mentioned earlier, the ADA is largely supported by drug companies and food manufacturers. They stand to make millions of dollars in revenue just by selling its Seal of Approval to food manufacturers that sell food products that cause diabetes in the first place. The New York Times even revealed the minimum cost required to a qualify for the Seal: $500,000. 

Companies such as Cadbury and Kraft Foods pay millions to the ADA for the privilege of slapping the organization’s Seal of Approval onto their products, so that you and millions of others like you will unwittingly purchase foods that actually increase your risk of diabetes…..all because you believed the ADA endorsed such food as healthy choices.

And we haven’t even talked about the ADA’s connection with Big Pharma.

The ADA has been in bed with Big Pharma since 1940s. In fact, the organization was founded with gift from drug company Eli Lilly, and twice in the past ten years, its Executive Committee has been headed by former top executives of drug or medical equipment companies.

And thanks to its cosy relationship with the ADA, Big Pharma is able to sell $15 billion worth of diabetes drugs every year.

All things considered, should it be any surprise to anyone that the ADA might ot have your best interest in mind?

So, who can you trust, really?

The government?

Not when corporations are pulling the strings. For example, did you know that in 2009, more than $57,000,000 went into influencing elected representatives to downplay the harm that would be inflicted on the public’s health from consuming unhealthy food products? Guess who signed the checks? That’s right; fast food and soda lobbyists.

What about your doctor?

I wouldn’t bet on it, because doctors are in just as deep with Big Pharma. This may come as a shock to you, but many doctors are largely educated by Big Pharma’s representatives, particularly when it concerns new drugs that the industry plans to make a killing off of. What’s even more disturbing is the fact that more than half of residence programs that train US doctors accept financial support from Big Pharma in the form of payment for meals, housing, textbooks, and education, as revealed by The New York Times back in February, 2010.

Big Pharma’s influence doesn’t just end there. Big Pharma spends $16 billion each yeah year to influence doctors into recommending the various pharmaceutical products that will line the pockets of industry fat catds with billions of dollars of profit. And the scary thing is, virtually every doctor in the system would have had some kind of financial relationship with Big Pharma at some point in their career.

It wouldn’t be fair to pout all the blame on your doctor. Considering Big Pharma has been there from the start, steering their education toward reliance on drugs for pretty much every known disease imaginable, the real culprit you should really be mad at is Big Pharma.

Because these drug companies are the ones that have been lying straight on your face.

KILLER  DIABETES DRUG: ORINASE

Introduced by the Upjohn Company back in 1957, Orinase was a sugar-lowering sulfa drug that was hailed as a new wonder drug that could stop diabetes and even prevent the full blown onset of the disease in patients who showed no symptoms but had a mild form of it (i.e. prediabetes).

The sinister truth about Orinase is that the compny behind this “wonder drug” was actually creating its own disease, one that would allow it to sell products to an entirely new market.  Upjohn simply ran with the belief everyone had at the time that lowering blood sugar levels would also reduce the risk of developing diabetic complications.  The company claimed Orinase could prevent “hidden diabetes” turning into a more severe case of diabetes.

Of course, thanks to doctor recommendations, 800,000 patients in the US ended up being on Orinase by the end of the 1960s.  People hoping to avoid diabetes, were taking it on the assumption that the pill reduced their likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes and diabetic complications such as heart disease.  

Little did they know they were actually killing themselves.

In the largest diabetes study ever conducted, independent researchers discovered that 12.7% of diabetics on Orinase had died of heart disease.  This was in  comparison to a mere 5% who were given a placebo.  The
wonder drug” was actually causing more than TWICE  the heart disease deaths compared to doing nothing!

This was especially troubling when you consider the fact that by comparison, the number of patients who died despite being on insulin versus the number of people who managed their condition through diet alone were pretty much the same.  That means those who were on “traditional” diabetes medication (i.e. insulin) were far better off than those on Orinase, which proved that the “wonder drug” wasn’t as miraculous asUpjohn made it out to be.

The Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) recommended physicians to stop prescribing sulfonylurea drugs like Orinase to their patients, but the ADA actually rejected the FDA’s recommendation, stating that it didn’t see the need for anyone to abandon the use of such drugs. 

This coming from an organization claiming to be looking out for the best interest of diabetics, despite the resounding evidence against drugs like Orinase!

By 1975, the number of patients on Orinase skyrocketed to a whopping 1.5 million, even though it was estimated by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that close to 15,000 people were dying from the drug every single year.

The FDA then required manufacturers to include warning labels alerting patients to the dangers Orinase presented.  Yet, the requirement didn’t go into effect until a ridiculous 9 years later, in 1984.

Since its introduction into the market, it’s estimated that “tens of thousands of deaths” were caused by Orinase and other similar sulfonylureas.  Orinase is no longer in production, but a generic form of the drug is still being prescribed to this day. 

KILLER DIABETES DRUG: REZULIN

Created by Warner-Lambert, Rezulin was to be “the next big thing” in the diabetes market.  It was supposed to help patients reduce their intake of insulin by targeting insulin resistance in the muscle.  In January 1999, the FDA fast-tracked its approval, despite the fact that every diabetes drug it had ever approved turned out catastrophic. 

Sure enough, a few months after Rezulin was introduced to the public, serious problems came to light. 

Dozens who were prescribed the drug ended up being hospitalized with liver roblems, some even fatal.  The problem became so severe that Britain decided to ban the drug completely, but guess what the FDA did back stateside?

That’s right; it simply issued a warning to US physicians, and left it at that.

By March 1999, the number of patients suffering from liver failure attributed to the use of Rezulin reached 43, with the number of fatalities hitting 28.  Even though a high-ranking FDA official called Rezulin “one of the most dangerous drugs in America,” the drug remained on the market until March 2000, and only after it was implicated in 391 deaths.

Since its introduction right up till its ban in March 2000, Rezulin make $2 billion in sales for Warner-Lambert.

KILLER DIABETES DRUG: AVANDIA

There is a particular drug that’s still on the market today, called Avandia.  Introduced by GlaxoSmithKline, it’s one of the many glucose-lowering drugs that US physicians can choose to prescribe to patients.  Just like Rezulin, Avandia was fast-tracked onto the market, without conclusive evidence that it was effective or even safe to use, especially when compared to simple dieting and lifestyle modification.

There was, however, a shocking revelation about Avandia increasing the risk of heart attacks by 43%, as stated in a prominent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.  Not only that, but a whopping 64% of patients on the drug are at risk of dying from cardiovascular complications.  This means that patients who aren’t on the drug are TWICE as likely to avoid a cardiovascular-related death than those on the drug!

Here’s the shocking truth:

GlaxeSmithKline, the company that manufactures Avandia, knew the drug’s fatal “side effects” all along as far as 2003, thanks to its own study.  Yet the company hid its findings from the FDA and the public for years.  Avandia was still aggressively marketed to the public despite having caused as many as 83,000 heart attacks, with the company persuading doctors to recommend the drug to their patients, even going as far as threatening doctors who dared to publicly speak out against it.  

Which should come as no surprise, because right up till the public became aware of its dangers, Avandia made GlaxeSmithKline more than 43 billion in sales in 2006.

Despite severe restrictions on its sale, Avandia is still being prescribed by doctors even to this day.  If you’re on Avandia and you’re concerned about the various health risks it presents, you may want to consider the drug-free solution recommended in this free presentation.

DO YOU REALLY NEED A DIABETES DRUG?

While glucose-lowering medications may prove effective in lowering your blood sugar levels, they’re actually short term “band aid” solutions.  Such medications only keep your blood sugar at a certain range, but they don’t get to the root of the problem.

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder affecting more than just your blood sugar.  It affects your organ and hormonal system in the body.  Lowering your blood sugar to “acceptable levels” is akin to mopping up water from a leaky pipe, as opposed to fixing the pipe itself.

There are also hidden, serious dangers to glucose-lowering medications that you may  not be aware of.  Because these medications are meant to lower blood sugar quickly, you may end up triggering hypoglycemic (Low blood sugar) episodes, which in itself is extremely dangerous.

As mentioned earlier, these drugs won’t get to the root of the problem where diabetes is concerned.  They won’t help protect, repair, or regenerate beta cells, which are the very cells in your pancreas that produce insulin.  They won’t reduce the inflammation responsible for diabetic complications.

While you may need a diabetes drug depending on your situation, there is still one drug-free solution you can consider with the advice of your physician or healthcare provider.

Click here to check out the presentation  that details a groundbreaking, drug-free technique that does what no diabetes drug in history has ever done before: completely eradicate diabetes from the human body. 


There is a particular drug that’s still on the market today, called Avandia.  Introduced by GlaxoSmithKline, it’s one of the many glucose-lowering drugs that US physicians can choose to prescribe to patients.  Just like Rezulin, Avandia was fast-tracked onto the market, without conclusive evidence that it was effective or even safe to use, especially when compared to simple dieting and lifestyle modification.

There was, however, a shocking revelation about Avandia increasing the risk of heart attacks by 43%, as stated in a prominent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine.  Not only that, but a whopping 64% of patients on the drug are at risk of dying from cardiovascular complications.  This means that patients who aren’t on the drug are TWICE as likely to avoid a cardiovascular-related death than those on the drug!

Here’s the shocking truth:

GlaxeSmithKline, the company that manufactures Avandia, knew the drug’s fatal “side effects” all along as far as 2003, thanks to its own study.  Yet the company hid its findings from the FDA and the public for years.  Avandia was still aggressively marketed to the public despite having caused as many as 83,000 heart attacks, with the company persuading doctors to recommend the drug to their patients, even going as far as threatening doctors who dared to publicly speak out against it.  

Which should come as no surprise, because right up till the public became aware of its dangers, Avandia made GlaxeSmithKline more than 43 billion in sales in 2006.

Despite severe restrictions on its sale, Avandia is still being prescribed by doctors even to this day.  If you’re on Avandia and you’re concerned about the various health risks it presents, you may want to consider the drug-free solution recommended in this free presentation.

DO YOU REALLY NEED A DIABETES DRUG?

While glucose-lowering medications may prove effective in lowering your blood sugar levels, they’re actually short term “band aid” solutions.  Such medications only keep your blood sugar at a certain range, but they don’t get to the root of the problem.

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder affecting more than just your blood sugar.  It affects your organ and hormonal system in the body.  Lowering your blood sugar to “acceptable levels” is akin to mopping up water from a leaky pipe, as opposed to fixing the pipe itself.

There are also hidden, serious dangers to glucose-lowering medications that you may  not be aware of.  Because these medications are meant to lower blood sugar quickly, you may end up triggering hypoglycemic (Low blood sugar) episodes, which in itself is extremely dangerous.

As mentioned earlier, these drugs won’t get to the root of the problem where diabetes is concerned.  They won’t help protect, repair, or regenerate beta cells, which are the very cells in your pancreas that produce insulin.  They won’t reduce the inflammation responsible for diabetic complications.

While you may need a diabetes drug depending on your situation, there is still one drug-free solution you can consider with the advice of your physician or healthcare provider.

Click here to check out the presentation  that details a groundbreaking, drug-free technique that does what no diabetes drug in history has ever done before: completely eradicate diabetes from the human body.