One Of The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Managing Type 2 Diabetes

If you have trouble managing your type 2 diabetes, it may not be your fault. It may be your doctor’s. 

An avalanche of new research has been released and many health professionals simply don’t have the time to stay up to date because of the pandemic. 

They’re just too busy and so they stick to old (or even outdated) treatments. Meanwhile, they ignore the biggest, most crucial mistake. 

Here are some signs that you too might be making this big mistake:


  • Feeling sluggish or fatigued without knowing why.
  • Frequent spikes in blood sugar levels.
  • Difficulty sticking to a healthy diet because of hunger.
  • Numbness or tingling in the hands or feet.
  • Blurry, “tired” vision.

If any of this sounds familiar, you might be in trouble without even knowing it. 

The good news is if you stop making this mistake (revealed in detail below), your health will improve. 

So please, block out some time and keep reading because this may be the most important thing you read all week.  

But first, let’s understand…

What Is The Real Root Cause Of Type 2 Diabetes?

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If you think that managing type 2 diabetes is just about eating less carbohydrates, you’re in for a surprise.

Because that’s actually only half the story. 

According to Dr. Jason Fung’s new groundbreaking book, “The Diabetes Code,” what causes type 2 diabetes is “too much sugar in the body, not just in the blood.” 

Once we understand this, the solution is so simple even a child can understand it.

First, we need to stop putting new, excess sugar in our bodies. The best way to do that is a special diet that’s tailored to us (based on our age, food preferences, height, weight, and allergies).

Secondly, we need to burn the remaining sugar in our body. That’s easy, because we have developed specific sequences of home exercises for all fitness levels, designed for people with Type II diabetes.

More on these simple solutions in a moment. 

First, let’s answer the most urgent question: What is the big mistake so many people make?

Despite what they may have told you…

Cutting off all “white” foods is a huge mistake!

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And it’s also the reason why so many people struggle when managing type 2 diabetes. 

The reason is simple. 

Foods like pasta, bread, and rice are staples in diets all around the world. Cutting them is very difficult because they’re everywhere.

In almost every case, this causes irritability, low energy, and hunger cravings – which soon causes “cheating.” 

So we’re back at square one, only more frustrated than ever. 

But that’s not all. Because even patients who stop eating “white foods” often find their blood sugar levels haven’t improved at all.

That’s because… when it comes to diabetes, it’s the TOTAL carbohydrate content of our meals that matters. 

Reducing specific food types just because they’re “white” won’t help. It’s a criminally simplistic approach.

The science is clear: Instead of cutting out carbs, we must eat them in moderation as part of a balanced diet. 

So what is the best way to manage Type II diabetes?

The best solution is a new, healthy lifestyle plan that does three simple things:

  1. Stops us from consuming excessive sugar (done through a special diet, made specifically for us)
  2. Helps us burn the sugar we already have in our body (done through a 5-15 minute home exercise sequence) and
  3. Is easy to stick to over the long term without making us feel frustrated, weak, or food deprived.

Managing your Type 2 Diabetes and losing weight can feel daunting if you don’t have this kind of special help and attention.

But it doesn’t have to be. 

Would you like to see what’s possible for you with an all-in-one diabetes management plan?

Click the big button below, answer a few routine questions, and find out how much your health could improve in 28 days.

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