Last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 12:09 am
Don’t pay attention to what you’re being told about 11 Day Diabetes Fix by ‘Eric Anderson’ because it is a scam! Please pay attention to this review, as it will reveal all the facts about this atrocity of a program. So sit back, grab your reading glasses (if you use one), and start reading!
Created in December 2015, 11 Day Diabetes Fix claims to have the ultimate cure for Type 2 Diabetes. According to Eric, his program works in 3 ways:
- “Tricks” your body into thinking it ALREADY exercised, instantly dropping weight without moving a muscle
- Automatically reverses ALL the damage and inflammation that caused your diabetes to begin with
- All these WITHOUT any need for diets, exercise, drugs, or surgeries.
Eric promises that his program will reverse your Type 2 Diabetes in just 11 days. Well we’ll see about that.
Basis of 11 Day Diabetes Fix
11 Day Diabetes Fix is based on the belief that Type 2 Diabetes is an autoimmune disease, NOT just a metabolic one. Type 2 Diabetes, Eric says, ‘is NOT caused by obesity, poor diet or blood sugar problems.’ Rather, it is caused by a ‘completely CURABLE infection’ of your immune system aka inflammation.
Eric goes on to say that his program is all about a compound called Oligomeric Proanthocyanidins (OPC). This compound is a natural nutrient in ‘a wide variety of plants’ like cocoa … and it has been found to ‘radically’ reduce inflammation and boost immunity. OPC does this by activating AMPK (5′ AMP-activated kinase) – an enzyme that ‘DETERIORATES fat and transports glucose’ hence making you lose weight. Metformin, the drug of choice for Type 2 Diabetes, also works by activating AMPK. But according to Eric, OPC is 200 times more potent than Metformin … and you can get loads of this compound by consuming chocolate. Eric used research from several reputed scientific journals to back up his claims.
So far, all I’ve said in this review are positive things, which makes you to wonder why I call 11 Day Diabetes Fix a scam, right? Well here is why:
1. Eric Anderson Does NOT Exist!
Eric Anderson calls himself a former Type 2 diabetes sufferer. However, that’s not possible because he is just a stock photo you can buy at 123RF.com!
This finding absolutely invalidates the back story of 11 Day Diabetes Fix (collapsed near his father’s hospital death-bed, sister Julia and her OPCs-enhanced ‘drink’, blah blah blah). It also tears to shreds the legitimacy of this product regardless of the scientific facts it quoted on its pitch page. So don’t fall for it, as it is a common practice of scammers to authenticate their scam products with scientific research findings that is available online for free. Remember that I stated this on my homepage.
2. Unverifiable Testimonials.
The testimonials on 11 Day Diabetes Fix are literally faceless and impossible to verify. Look closely though, and you’ll notice that the avatars used on those testimonials belong to Facebook. Isn’t that strange that all the ‘Facebook’ testimonials on 11 Day Diabetes Fix have no photos?
3. 11 Day Diabetes Fix May Cause Alzheimer’s Disease
11 Day Diabetes Fix is all about using OPCs, a compound 200 times stronger than Metformin, to activate the enzyme AMPK. This enzyme will then make you eat less leading to weight loss and reversal of Type 2 Diabetes. However, the scammer decided not to tell you that overactivation of AMPK is one of the major causes of Alzheimer’s disease!
Scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have shed light on one of the major toxic mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease…
The findings, reported in the April 10, 2013 issue of the journal Neuron, show that brain damage in Alzheimer’s disease is linked to the overactivation of an enzyme called AMPK. When the scientists blocked this enzyme in mouse models of the disease, neurons were protected from loss of synapses–neuron-to-neuron connection points–typical of the early phase of Alzheimer’s disease…
In addition to having implications for Alzheimer’s drug discovery, [lead researcher] Polleux noted the findings suggest the need for further safety studies on an existing drug, metformin. Metformin, a popular treatment for Type 2 Diabetes, causes AMPK activation.
Remember, OPCs are 200 times more potent than Metformin in AMPK activation. Now if Alzheimer’s disease researchers are questioning the safety of the weaker Metformin…
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY 11 Day Diabetes Fix. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: 11DayDiabetesFix.net
Aside from the major scam evidence listed above, 11 Day Diabetes Fix has all the characteristics of a classic scam. First, the ‘Big Pharma’ is allegedly hiding the cure for diabetes just to make you buy more drugs and make them richer than ever. Then there is the pop-up page blocking you from leaving. And finally, there is this pricing thing: First, it is $67. Try to leave, and you are offered the product for $27.
Be sure to stay away from this garbage product, as it will not even work in the first place. A Contra Health Scam reader who alerted me to this product reported that using 11 Day Diabetes Fix increased – rather than decreased – her blood sugar level.
This product is marketed by Software Projects. So if you made the mistake of buying 11 Day Diabetes Fix, you can ask for a refund directly from Software Projects here.
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