It’s just our nature, that before embarking on any journey, its seems like the first question that pops into our minds is, “How long will the journey take?”
The first phase of any journey is deciding where it is you want to go.
Do you want a “quick fix” to control blood sugar, or would you like to improve the quality of health and reverse your diabetes?
If your desire is to improve the quality of health and reverse type 2 diabetes, you have no choice but to learn the principles that will allow you to restore the quality of health you have lost, because the medical establishment has little to offer. The primary role of a traditional medical doctor is to diagnose and treat disease with medical drugs, surgery and any other form of treatment that has been approved by the orthodox medical establishment.
Since it took decades to bring the quality of your health to the level it presently is, logic dictates that it will take work and time to reverse it. If you understand the science and pathology of diabetes, then, you will realize that you can’t reverse diabetes in 30 days or less! For example, it takes a minimum of 100-120 days to turn over your red blood cells and get rid of the damaged red blood cells, which have been glycated and damaged by the glucose molecules.
If we were to say that you could enjoy optimum health in a certain number of weeks, of course that wouldn’t be realistic.
There is no guarantee of specific results. Results can vary. Each individual determines for him or herself, the length of time for total reversal. The factors that make this determination is comprised of personal dedication, desire and the willingness to be consistent in following the program. When a person is diligent and consistent in following the program, it is possible to reverse type 2 diabetes within 6 months. Less diligence requires more time.
What matters most is to just begin, and to work at a pace that is most comfortable for you. Like a large pile of dirty dishes, the work gets done when you do it!
As a bonus, you’ll find that our program also prevents you from developing or experiencing heart disease, high blood pressure and obesity. In addition, it lessens the likelihood of cancers of the breast, prostate and colon, which are often linked to poor eating habits.