Living with diabetes isn’t easy. In fact, I can safely say that it is one of the most draining things in the world. Constantly measuring your blood sugar, watching what you eat, being careful every single day – it really gets to you after a while.
I’ve suffered from it for a few years now, and although not as serious as it could be, it’s still pretty bad. I’ve hated this disease ever since I was diagnosed because all it does is make life less fun. At least, that’s what it’s done for me.
I spent a long time feeling sorry for myself. If I’m honest, it was easier living in self-pity. I didn’t have to do much to help myself and used the disease as an excuse all the time. Then one day my friends staged an intervention.
They sat me down and said that I was missing out on life. That I could overcome the disease, become a better and happier person. They even brought along what they said was the solution. They told me that it held the key to my disease, and said that I should read it.
Of course, I was skeptical at first, but once I read through all the material in the product, I came away with a new understanding of my disease and how to treat it. It was surprising just how easy to do everything taught in the Big Diabetes Lie is, and in no time at all, I was following their advice.
There were so many things in the program that spoke to me, like finding out that even the method of cooking food could make such a huge difference! It has completely changed my perspective on my cooking habits. I also loved the recipes in one of the bonuses, especially the brownies that were totally diabetic-friendly – my kids devoured them too.
I started slowly changing my lifestyle as well, but soon the extra energy I was getting from eating right inspired me to start going to the gym. Nowadays I actually hit the gym three times a week and do cardio on the other days. I even took up soccer, and do that every other weekend. All this, without the breathlessness I used to feel just by walking.
That was about half a year ago. I can tell you that I am now diabetes-free, and living a full, happy life once more. I used to have a paunch, and now I’m actually starting to develop abs. It really is amazing what ‘The Diabetes Loophole’ has done for me.
I can’t thank Reed enough – and I’m sure that if you give it a try, it could do the same for you.