The site Diabetes Reversal System has developed through many years of experience and thorough detailed medical research on the subject of type 2 diabetes. Through this intense research and consulting with medical specialists, many theories of how the disease is contracted have been thoroughly debunked. The advice on this site includes results from clinical studies. It's clear how type 2 diabetes enters the body and how to reverse it. All researchers who have added content are professionally minded and report only the most accurate and trustworthy data available.
The information provided on this website reflects first hand practice, research findings, and teaching materials aimed at reversing type 2 diabetes. It is informational only and is intended for use by anyone looking to reverse type 2 diabetes both with and without a diagnosis of diabetes. Since this disease is becoming more prevalent anyone interested in learning more about the disease can gain knowledge of how type 2 diabetes is contracted and how to develop an accurate plan to reverse type 2 diabetes. It does not constitute, nor is it a substitute for, personal medical advice. The contributors to this site have made every effort to provide information that is accurate and complete. The site owners may get compensated for referring visitors to 3rd party products and services through outbound links on this site. It’s not possible to be completely rid of Type II, however, you can balance it to a point whereby your readings show that it’s not there. And you may possibly reach a point that you become healthier than before getting Type II in the first place. The goal is NOT to be able to go back to the lifestyle that caused it in the first place…to recognize the pattern that caused it and not travel that journey ever again. The goal is to have it so well managed, that your own doctor might possibly say that meds are no longer recommended, like many thousands already have. The goal is to have more energy, not go hungry, and fight the root cause, thus reducing over reliance on expensive meds.