Diabetes Free Review By David Rault
Author: David Pearson
Diabetes Free is manufactured by an anonymous company- there is no information available on them. Can you say, RED FLAG? Under the “Contact Us” page of the website, they are simply listed as the email “email@example.com”. David Pearson himself apparently suffered from diabetes most of his life before discovering a miracle cure, but he has no identification available on the internet.
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Diabetes free is just another one of those ways to make you pay way more than the initial price – which was revealed to me I was buying it and was attacking by screen after screen of “additional features” once I placed the order to upgrade “this” and upgrade” that” which attempted to tack on more and more cost. Luckily, there is a NO THANKS button in blue that appears, albeit smaller than the red “BUY” button, that prevented me from making a huge mistake. There’s an important detail to notice in this barrage, however. If the product stood on it’s own and was 100% of what you needed, then there would be no need for you to upgrade anything else.
This is one red flag that is just “David Pearson” doing his best to make as much money as possible from this product.. The liver detox, not only sounded harsh but I checked on a site by Dr. Andrew Weil who is an MD and natural, alternative health doctor who seemed to indicate this liver detox that uses Epsom salts as being not a good idea. Weil suggests that liver could be more damaging than helpful. I noticed that other diabetes free reviews don’t seem to mention an negatives to his program. Suspicious.
Dr. Weil suggests ways to protect the liver from damage but says that claims that the liver is the “true cause of disease” should be viewed with skepticism. As for the shakes and all of the herbs, Dr. Weil’s site says that food, herbs and drugs can interact sometimes in unexpected ways and so these supplement recommendation should be personalized. That is my concern with this program. However, the program will aid a reader in changing their diet which will result in them feeling better, losing weight possibly, and that will impact the blood sugars.
- Will indeed improve your diet, and therefor alleviate symptoms of Diabetes
- All Natural Solution to diabates
- He rambles on in the video fro “6 minutes” that turns into an hour
- No information about what is in his products is revealed
- There is no real information on him as an author – therefor, he is probably using an alias
- There are complaints from people who have not received the full copy of the book even after purchasing it , myself included.
Overall Rating: 40/100 F
This ebook will probably help you in improving your diet, and if it doesn’t you can always get a refund. But frankly, there are better trusted Diabetes resources available on the internet, and most of them don’t require you watch a 60 minute long video of crap before you can purchase them. It seems any existing diabetes free reviews are scams. Now that I’ve given you the negative review, it’s time to suggest an alternative product. Try this Diabetes ebook instead. The fact of the matter is that there are better diabetes treatment programs out there. Just gotta look for them. Don’t trust Diabetes Free.