PROVEN: How to stop diabetes before it starts
It's like barreling down the highway in an out-of-control, flaming semi.
If you've got prediabetes, you're rapidly hurtling toward a devastating and, in many cases, deadly disease.
But new research reveals an effective way to slam on the breaks, put out the fire, and get yourself turned around.
And you're not going to believe how easy it is!
It's not the approach most docs use. They usually give diabetes meds to patients who don't actually have diabetes, claiming it's the best way to prevent the disease in those most at risk.
It's the worst of both worlds: You don't actually HAVE diabetes, but once you're struggling with the side effects of those meds, you'll FEEL like you have it.
And the new report exposes the ugly truth about that approach.
It works, but not for long. The best you can say is that it delays the disease... but it doesn't prevent it.
Instead, the study backs another, simpler way to stop diabetes in its tracks -- and it's the very same approach I use with my own patients here at the Stengler Center for Integrative Medicine.
The key isn't in a pill bottle.
It's on your dinner plate and in your walking shoes.
Eat a little better... and walk a little more... and you'll have your best shot at stopping prediabetes from turning into the real deal.
I know that sounds too simple.
But I can tell you from experience, it really IS that simple.
It's so effective that if you have prediabetes and make these two basic changes, your risk of developing diabetes will drop by 41 percent.
Meds can't make that claim.
They'll cut your risk by 36 percent, which sounds like they might be almost as good.
But they're really not.
The study finds that the effects of lifestyle changes last. The effects of meds, on the other hand, often don't. And if you quit taking them -- which should be the goal, since no one wants to be on any drug forever -- the effects wear off in just four months.
That's why basic lifestyle changes are so powerful. Those effects DON'T wear off.
The new study finds that even seven years later, those changes will keep your risk of diabetes down by at least 28 percent.
That's good. But let me make this even better.
Lifestyle changes are great, and we could all use better food and a little more movement, but there's one "hidden" risk factor for diabetes that neither of those changes will fix.
That's exposure to toxins -- from chemicals in your food to metals in your water and even some of the meds you might be taking.
Chase those toxins out of your body, and your risk will drop rapidly -- and if you already have the disease, those same detox steps will actually REVERSE it.
Learn more about it -- or try it yourself risk free -- right here.