Last updated on January 17th, 2020 at 03:07 am
Don’t waste your money buying ‘Diabetes Destroyer’ by David Andrews because it is a scam! In fact, this long-standing scam went as far as insulting the medical profession by passing off doctors as idiots who know nothing about how to cure Type 2 Diabetes.
Created in December 2014, Diabetes Destroyer (link to website) claims to contain information about ways and methods you can use to ‘jumpstart your pancreas’ to start producing insulin which, in turn, will reverse your Type 2 diabetes. But one thing this so-called wonder eBook missed is that Type 2 diabetes is NOT caused by lack of insulin, but the body’s inability to recognize and use insulin!
In order to prove that Diabetes Destroyer is a scam, I have to go back to the basics and that is: Who is David Andrews? The answer is: A GHOST. He does NOT exist!
Don’t be deceived by that lame ‘I’m 51, I have a wife and 2 children, and I’m the head chef at a 5-star restaurant near Washington D.C.’ description put up on the website. What exactly is the name of the ‘5-star restaurant’? You can’t even find his photo on his website (believe me, that photo on the book cover is NOT him, and the background photo of the website is clearly a stock image.) How come he is not brave enough to put his face where his mouth (and money) is? Do a simple Google search for the guy, and you will not find a single social media profile of the guy who is ‘positively’ changing the lives of Type 2 diabetes patients. Even if he were real, ask yourself this question: Does a chef know how to better manage diabetes than a doctor or dietitian? (Mind you, dietitians are specialist medical doctors.)
The one thing that I particularly loathe so much about this scam is the way it psychologically attacked the prospective buyers (all of whom are above 40 years old) with the sole purpose of scaring them into buying the eBook. ‘We have to amputate your legs. Today.’ What a way of beginning a presentation video. And it gets worse from there.
After telling a sob story of how his doctor gave him a year to live if he does not allow him to amputate his legs and how his wife and daughter started crying for the legs to be saved, Andrews goes on to give a list of demoralizing statistics of what diabetes can lead to (Alzheimer’s, dementia, heart attack, cancer, etc) before lambasting doctors for prescribing drugs that ‘only manage the symptoms… while ignoring the real cause of the disease.’ There is even a section in the book called, ‘What Your Doctor Doesn’t Know About Your Type 2 Diabetes and Pre-Diabetes.’ Like, seriously?
This stupid eBook claims to base on the research of Dr Roy Taylor from University of Newcastle, UK, who indeed discovered that Type 2 diabetes can be reversed. However, for that to happen, you must change your lifestyle (no smoking/alcohol, no junk food, lose weight, etc) … and they is a lot of information about how to achieve all these, which is available free of charge online. As far as I’m concerned, the Diabetes Destroyer contains information stolen from online sources, hence nothing new to change anything concerning what we already know about the disease.
Returning to the psychological assault, Andrews tries to convince you to buy his book because if you don’t, ‘until the day you die, you’ll be a burden on your friends and family.’ He then asks, ‘How long until your foot won’t stop tingling, and then goes completely numb? How long until the doctor tells you they have to cut it off?’
Finally, when you decide you’ve had enough mental torture and want to leave, an annoying pop-up springs out and prevents you from leaving. Then you are offered a $10 discount, three ‘premium’ programs ‘for free’, as well as a warning not to share the page because it is ‘available by invite only.’ Utter nonsense. Check back again and again, and the same ‘invite only’ page will keep popping up offering you the same thing. Anybody who is confident that his health product is indeed the real thing will NEVER prevent you from leaving his website. Please have that in mind.
Stay away from this crap guys, it is a scam! Type 2 diabetes can indeed be reversed, but not by using Diabetes Destroyer! Just keep eating right, live an active, healthy life without smoking and alcohol, follow your doctor’s recommendations and you’ll be fine. Don’t allow scammers like this to play mind-games on you! Be strong and courageous in this fight, as diabetes is not a death sentence.
Final Recommendation: DON’T BUY Diabetes Destroyer!
Again, if you have used Diabetes Destroyer, I would like to hear from you. Did it work or not? Also don’t forget to share this review to those who need to see it, so that they too will be warned!