Author identity and qualifications0.0/10
Scientific basis of program0.0/10
Presentation of program0.0/10
- Author does NOT exist
- Fake testimonials with stock photos
- Similar to another scam
- Scientific basis is nonsensical, based on discredited research
Don’t waste your time and money trying 20/20 Protocol by ‘Dr. David Lewis’ because it is a scam! This program is made by the same scammers behind diabetes scam Sugar Balance and in this review, you’ll find out all you need to know about this program and why you should keep your distance from it!
Formerly known as Vision 20/20 Protocol, 20/20 Protocol was relaunched in August 2018. It claims to have the secret that will restore your sight to perfect 20/20 vision in ’21 days or less.’ According to Dr Lewis, all you have to do is to just drink some miracle ‘shake’ everyday and your sight will be restored in no time. It doesn’t matter what is causing your vision loss. Be it myopia, cataracts, macular degeneration … 20/20 Protocol’s shake cures it all.
Dr David Lewis describes himself as the ‘crooked optometry industry’s enemy number one’ because ‘over the past three years’ he has decided to bite the finger and ‘spit in the face’ of the industry that fed him ‘for over 40 years’ by bringing us this miracle cure. He also claims that the bad, bad optometry industry is after him because his 20/20 Protocol has ‘cut deeply into the profits of the dangerous LASIK industry’.
What To Expect With 20/20 Protocol
Inside this program, David Lewis promises to:
- ‘Reveal devastating and dangerous secrets the LASIK industry is terrified you’ll find out’
- ‘Reveal to you an astonishing and completely natural way you can get perfect 20/20 vision without glasses without surgeryand without doing anything more “strenuous” by blinking your eyes’
Dr Lewis claims that ‘110,000’ people all over the world ‘aged 12 to 93’ have used his program to reverse their bad vision. Well we’ll see about that but first:
Backstory of 20/20 Protocol
Dr Lewis tells us this sad story of how he was unable to see his newborn grandson because of his deteriorating eyesight. Turns out that he was suffering from macular degeneration … and his colleague told him that he would go completely blind in a few months. What followed next was a period of despair, depression and suicidal thoughts … but then he suddenly found the strength to tackle his eye problems by doing research for a cure. This supposedly led to him discovering that he had been lied to by the medical industry since medical school and he himself has transferred those same lies to his patients over the years.
Two months into his ‘research’, he then stumbled upon a ‘scientific breakthrough’ that explains the root cause of your vision deterioration. According to him, poor vision has nothing to do with your advanced age (he says it’s a ‘LIE’) or genetics.Instead, he claims that only three things cause your vision deterioration:
- Toxins infesting your eyes (tries to use cancer to justify this claim)
- Eye malnourishment (claims your eyes are lacking three nutrients which can be easily solved with supplementation. But he never tells us about these nutrients … you have to buy his program to find out)
- Ocular atrophy (says you’re not using your eyes as they are supposed to, since we spend most of our time staring at smartphone and computer screens instead of looking oh-so-far away into the horizon as our ancestors did)
So fast forward to three months after doing some eye exercises and testing it out on his equally visually-challenged daughter… and the good doc has stumbled upon a cure. Then after risking his ‘career’ by putting the ‘cure’ out to the public, he suddenly started receiving positive feedback on how his protocol has restored people’s vision in ‘8 to 21 days.’
OK. Now to the fun part. Why is 20/20 Protocol a scam?
1. Dr David Lewis Does NOT Exist!
Dr Lewis describes himself as a 63-year old former optometrist ‘with 37 years of experience treating every eye condition under the sun.’ Just like in Sugar Balance, Lewis claims he has been the optometry industry’s ‘enemy number one’ ever since he ‘stopped sucking the teat’ of what he calls ‘the abusive glasses and contacts companies’. Well don’t bother looking for his contacts and his office address because he is just a stock photo you can buy at iStock and Getty Images!
In the backstory, Lewis told us that he was unable to see his newborn grandson…but after he miraculously cured himself with 20/20 Protocol, he was able to see his cute grandson again. He then graciously shared a pic of his cute boy. Unfortunately, that cute baby is just another stock photo you can buy from iStock.
So it’s pretty safe to say that we are dealing with a ‘doctor’ that does NOT exist. Surprising.
2. Fake Testimonials With Stock Photos.
Just like in Sugar Balance, all the testimonials featured in 20/20 Protocol are stock photos:
- ‘Marla’ is just a stock photo you can buy from iStock;
- ‘Robert Stiller’ is just another stock photo you can buy from iStock;
- ‘Lisa Moser’ is a stock photo available for purchase at iStock and Adobe Stock;
- ‘Felice Raffaello’ is yet another iStock photo;
- ‘Miles Cuthbert’ is – you guessed it – yet another iStock photo.
So as you can see, fake, fake fake.
3. Similar to Known Scam Sugar Balance
If you compare the beginning of the video presentation of both 20/20 Protocol and Sugar Balance, you’ll quickly realize that they are both using the same script template. Of course, they had to change the majority of the script since both of the scams are targeting two unrelated health conditions, but it’s not hard to establish the connection. What’s more, both scams share the same website design, same voice actor, and got their stock photos from the same source (iStock).
Liiks like we have yet another scam empire in our hands but we’ll see…
4. Its Scientific Basis is Nonsensical, Based on Discredited Research
The fake Dr Lewis’ claim that poor eyesight does not have anything to do with age or genetics is absolutely and laughably wrong. I mean, where do I start debunking this nonsense? Fact remains that many eye conditions have genetic causes (myopia, astigmatism etc) and as you age, your vision normally deteriorates to a point and then, for most people, stabilizes. For a supposed optometrist with 37 years of experience, it’s just embarrassing that he doesn’t acknowledge this proven fact. Oh well…he’s just a stock photo after all…
Judging from the tone of the video presentation and the eye exercises being advocated in 20/20 Protocol, it looks like Dr Lewis derived those exercises from the Bates’ method. As everyone in the eyecare industry knows, the Bates’ method has since been discredited as ineffective and even dangerous to certain people practicing it.
So suffice to say that the 20/20 Protocol is a scam based on discredited, dangerous scientific research. Not good!
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY 20/20 Protocol. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: 2020Protocol.com
Just like its sister scam Sugar Balance, 20/20 Protocol is full of medical industry bashing and other egregious forms of scammy advertising. Also, don’t bother contacting the ‘support team’ of 20/20 Protocol for your money back because it’s a waste of time. The best thing to do is to file a credit card dispute with your bank or card provider.
Please understand that there’s absolutely nothing wrong with using glasses or LASIK to correct your vision. Don’t let the demonizing-of-LASIK tactic employed by this scammer scare you into not using these treatment options. A lot of patients are usually scared of LASIK, but as someone who’s currently wearing two intraocular lenses (IOLs) right now, believe me when I say that you have nothing to fear. LASIK is a perfectly safe procedure that will completely correct your vision with very fast recovery time and next to no reports of serious complications. Just meet your ophthalmologist to determine if you are qualified for the procedure and if all is OK, go ahead and do it. Don’t let scams like 20/20 Protocol discourage you!
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