Could your blood sugar test become a thing of the past?

What Your Doctor Can’t Tell You About Diabetes

The amount of research into diabetes right now is astronomical.

Breakthroughs are happening every day.

Your doctor has virtually no chance of keeping up with any of them.


Surprisingly it’s because scientists in universities and research facilities are releasing their discoveries results too quickly.

There Are Too Many Breakthroughs for Most Doctors to Keep Up With.

They include new ways to ease back on your diet, your exercise program and eliminate the risk of heart attack, kidney disease, and blindness.

Diabetes costs almost $200 billion a year.1 That’s why it’s not surprising there’s so much work done in this area.

Overworked doctors don’t have time for the latest research

And as a result, the government is bankrolling research to the tune of $1.044 billion a year.2 And that doesn’t include the massive investment from private drug companies, hoping to discover the next miracle cure.

It’s exciting times for people with diabetes.

However, if you’re waiting for your doctor to give the latest scoop on these outcomes, then you’re in for a rude shock.

Your Doctor Probably Knows Nothing About These Advances.

They’re so busy seeing patients they often can’t find a minute to look at any of the research.

And with thousands of research projects on the go in the USA, you can see why they’ve got almost no chance.

It can take years for doctors to learn about these breakthroughs and offer them to patients. In the meantime, they’re sticking with their old-school treatments. It’s all they know.

That’s why you should do your research.

Your best bet is to go straight to the diabetes specialists to find out more.

There are plenty of them, and the information on their websites is excellent.

To learn more about the latest diabetes treatments…

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