EXPOSED: Your diabetes drug is killing you!
Diabetes is no longer a disease.
It’s a modern Gold Rush as drug companies, doctors and pharmacies rush to earn quick profits – and they don’t care who gets hurt in the process.
Just take a look at a new warning in MedPageToday, a medical website for doctors and other industry professionals.
It claims that maybe… just maybe… too many patients have been rushed too quickly onto a new class of medication called SGLT-2 inhibitors.
These drugs have frightening risks, and I mean nightmare stuff as they can cause parts of your body to ROT in PLACE.
NO ONE should be on these drugs.
Instead… they’re being pushed onto nearly EVERYONE!
And the new report exposes the ugly toll…
Why you should avoid SGLT-2 inhibitors for diabetes
You’ve heard about the risks here in House Calls. They’ve been published in the major medical journals.
This class of medication can:
- DOUBLE your risk of lower-limb amputations
- DOUBLE your risk of a deadly complication called diabetic ketoacidosis.
- CAUSE an especially nasty form of gangrene that strikes your privates
One drug in this class has been linked to weaker bone and bone breaks.
The FDA has even issued warnings over some of these risks, so none of this is hidden, secret, little-known or underplayed.
The risks are HUGE.
And they’re WELL-STUDIED.
Yet the new report finds doctors – no doubt egged on by their friendly drug company sales reps – are prescribing these drugs like there’s no tomorrow.
The headline on MedPageToday asks: “Are We Turning a Blind Eye to the Risks?”
Yet outrageously, that story says “all good things come with a price.”
But THAT’S been studied too…
“Good things” for drugs should mean “big benefits.” But there are no good things here… not at any price… because the studies show these meds AREN’T better than plain old metformin!
A 2016 review of more than 300 clinical trials on nine classes of diabetes drugs – including SGLT-2 inhibitors – found almost NONE were better than metformin, but nearly ALL had bigger risks.
So don’t assume a “newer” drug is a better one. And don’t let a doc rush you onto one without getting the full scoop on what it does and why.
Better yet… instead of working to figure out which drug is the “best” one… work to cut back on those meds or even eliminate them.
A natural approach to diabetes, including giving up processed foods and carbs and supplementing with natural therapies such as chromium and Indian barberry, can reduce your dependence on these meds.
In some cases – with the help and approval of your doctor – you can get off the drugs completely.
And THAT’S how you beat diabetes!