[WARNING] FDA signs off on DANGEROUS diabetes drug
A major drug company has got a diabetes drug that’s so dangerous… the instructions almost BEG you not to take it.
Not at first, anyway.
It says it SHOULDN’T be “first-line” treatment for the disease.
When you consider how bad many of the “first-line” treatments are, that’s saying something.
But instead of taking the financial hit you might expect after relegating the drug to “second-line” status… company shares just jumped.
And you’re not gonna believe why.
They took a BAD idea… made it even WORSE…
And they’re spreading it as WIDELY as possible.
Don’t worry, there IS a “first-line” treatment that’s so good… so safe… and so effective…
You’ll NEVER need to consider a drug like this one.
All you gotta do is ignore just about EVERYTHING they’ve been telling you!
The TRUE risks of this dangerous diabetes drug
In a normal world, a drug THIS dangerous would be DOOMED to low sales, as patients would avoid it in droves.
Instead, it’s getting a major new push that could earn its maker BILLIONS.
See, semaglutide (a.k.a. Ozempic) has been ONLY available via injection. And that alone is a natural brake on the sales.
Not everyone wants to jab themselves every time they need a dose.
But the FDA just approved a pill form of it.
So instead, patients are going to EAT this thing up – literally.
The main reason it’s not a first-line treatment is a link to possible thyroid tumors, based on animal studies.
It’s also been linked to pancreatitis… diabetic retinopathy complications… acute kidney injury… and more.
This is the kind of drug patients need to stay far, far away from.
So, I’m going to turn back the clock to a time when you could control blood sugar… WITHOUT having to stare in a mirror while you fondle your throat to check for tumors.
Start with these natural therapies:
- Gymnema sylvestre, and
But don’t stop there.
The best way to REVERSE diabetes if you have it… and even CURE it completely… is to keep the sugar out of your system.
If there’s no sugar in the blood… there’s no disease, period.
You gotta restrict sweets and most of the other carbs, too.
For the occasional treat – hey, we all need it – limit yourself to a little raw honey and/or real maple syrup along with some cinnamon, and use only unrefined flour (and even then, in very limited amounts).
You won’t make anyone rich off of this plan, which is why you never hear BOO about it.
But you WILL get healthy… and stay that way.
In Your Corner,
Dr. Allan Spreen