Diabetics, you've been lied to.

The mainstream wants you to believe that you've got no choice but to spend the rest of your life on dangerous drugs to "manage" your condition.


There's another way, and I'll tell you all about it in a moment.

But first, let's look at the latest bad news for anyone who was duped into taking Avandia--because a new study confirms just about all of the horrific risks you've been hearing about.

Researchers examined data on 810,000 users of either Avandia or Actos who took part in one of 16 clinical trials, and found that Avandia users faced a 16 percent higher risk of heart attack, a 23 percent rise in the odds of congestive heart failure, and a 14 percent increase in death when compared to those who took Actos.

The researchers behind the study in BMJ called it a "modest but statistically significant increase" in heart risk... but if it's "modest," there's a reason for that.

It's the Actos.

It's not a safe drug... it's merely safer than Avandia, and even that's debatable.

Studies have found the Actos users may face heart risks of their own--while women who take it also face a higher risk of bone fractures.

And some researchers have even linked it to a rise in bladder cancer risk.

But you don't have to switch from one bad drug to another--because there's another option on the table... and that's no drugs at all.

Ready to get started? All you need to do is forget everything you've heard from the mainstream, including the American Diabetes Association.

The ADA has been pushing the same high-carb diet that caused your disease in the first place--and if you follow it, your diabetes will only get worse... and you'll end up taking even MORE of the dangerous drugs you're trying to avoid.

But if you're ready to commit to a low-carb, sugar-free lifestyle, you could have your diabetes so well managed that you might even forget you have it.

Many people who try it find they need fewer drugs--and plenty have reached the point where they no longer need drugs or insulin at all.

In addition to ditching the carbs, work in some steady daily movement and be sure to get the nutrients that can help control your blood sugar the right way-- including cinnamon and chromium.

The ADA wants you to pick a new drug--but all you really need is a better lifestyle.

Give it a shot.