Don’t waste your time and money trying Halki Diabetes Remedy by ‘Eric Whitfield’ because it is a scam! In this detailed review, you’ll find out all you need to know about this product, who created it, and why you should not bother spending your money or precious time trying it for your type 2 diabetes. So sit back, grab your reading glasses (if you use one) and let’s begin!
Table of Contents
- Backstory of Halki Diabetes Remedy
- Science Behind Halki Diabetes Remedy
- Halki Diabetes Remedy Ingredients
- 1. Eric Whitfield Does NOT Exist!
- 2. ‘Cathy’ Does NOT Exist! (Stolen Photo)
- 3. Fake Testimonials with Stolen Photos
- 4. Dishonestly Misrepresents Scientific Research to Sell Scam
- Alternatives to Halki Diabetes Remedy
Halki Diabetes Remedy has been around since at least February 2018. It claims to have ‘the 60-second habit’ that will instantly reverse your type 2 diabetes. According to Whitfield, his wife Cathy used this same ‘habit’ to reverse her diabetes and lose 56 pounds of fat in just 3 weeks. And she was able to achieve this without changing her diet, doing any exercise, or taking diabetic medications. All she had to do was to do the 60-second ritual twice a day using ingredients you can easily pick up from your local grocery store.
On top of that, Whitfield claims that he has discovered ‘the real cause of type 2 diabetes’ which the ‘diabetes industry’ has been maliciously hiding from you in order to keep selling you dangerous drugs. He says that type 2 diabetes has nothing to do with your diet, exercise, age, or even genetics – but it has to do with a certain ‘little-known but highly dangerous toxin’ that is ‘found in every corner of the earth.’ But thanks to the 60-second habit only known to ‘the inhabitants of a small, barely populated Aegean island’, we now can flush out this toxin and reverse our diabetes in no time.
Whitfield claims that his Halki Diabetes Remedy is suitable for everyone regardless of your age, gender, and severity of your diabetes. He claims that his program has already helped ‘33,405 people’ to reverse their diabetes in just 3 weeks.
Alright let’s briefly go through the backstory, shall we?
Backstory of Halki Diabetes Remedy
The man in the video calling himself Whitfield tells us this familiar sob story of how his 48-year-old wife Cathy almost fell into a diabetic coma despite being on the diabetic drug Metformin for 5 years. In fact, Whitfield claims that the doctor specifically told them that she is only 30 minutes away from falling into the coma. Interesting.
Whitfield blames it all on Metformin, claiming that the drug turned his wife’s life into a living nightmare’. On top of that, Cathy developed unhealthy cravings for sugary and starchy foods. It didn’t take long for her to develop high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, obesity, as well as symptoms of diabetic nerve damage. Of course, she tried everything under the sun to reverse this situation: Diets, exercise, you name it – but nothing worked. In fact, she ended up adding even more weight. This understandably put a strain on their intimacy and plunged her into depression…
Anyway, shortly after the diabetic coma scare, Whitfield was desperate to help his wife. So he embarked on a mission to find a cure. After ‘weeks’ of scouring the internet, visiting libraries, reading through ‘hundreds of dusty old medical journals,’ visiting universities, speaking to doctors…
He found ‘nothing new.’ Just the usual ‘eat less, exercise more’ stuff, he says.
He then posted on several forums and received a reply from one ‘Kevin’, a dude who really hates the diabetes industry and was fired from his lucrative pharma job after ‘voicing out his concerns.’ It was this Kevin who revealed to him ‘the 3 closely guarded and biggest LIES of the diabetes industry’, which are:
Lie #1. Lowering blood sugar will reverse diabetes
Lie #2. Exercise helps reverse diabetes
Lie #3: Carbohydrates are your enemy
Meanwhile, he accidentally found out that his wife was contemplating suicide…
Anyway long story short: Whitfield incidentally met a Greek man from Halki island called Alexander Doukas. He noticed that this guy and his friends are all diabetes free despite being in their mid-fifties. He called Alex aside and told him about his wife’s situation. Alex scribbled his family recipe for him. Whitfield took it home and with the help of a ‘medical researcher’ named Amanda Feerson, he came up with a series of miracle food dressings all made with ‘American’ foodstuff. And Cathy got cured. Now he wants you to buy it as Halki Diabetes Remedy.
Before we talk about the reasons why this program is a scam, let’s talk a little about the so-called science behind it, shall we?
Science Behind Halki Diabetes Remedy
Whitfield claims that on ‘researching’ the food ingredients Alexander gave him, he discovered a study that reported that the root cause of insulin resistance is a toxin named ‘Particulate matter aka PM2.5.’ According to him, PM2.5 is a ‘complex mixture’ of ‘toxic metals’ from industries that are ‘invisible’ and are inhaled as air droplets.
Whitfield goes on to make the following claims:
- A study conducted two years ago by the American Diabetes Association on 3080 participants with an average age of 56 linked long-term exposure to PM2.5 to increased insulin resistance. In addition, they also noted abnormally higher cases of hypertension, stroke, myocardial infarction, and increased medication intake in the participants.
- Another study by Dr. Timothy O’Toole and his team published in the National Institute of Environmental Health Science found that insulin resistance was significantly reduced in mice with low exposure to PM2.5.
- A 2018 study published in Lancet Planetary Health by researchers from Washington University School of Medicine and St Luke Healthcare System, found that PM2.5 exposure is directly linked to ‘an increased risk of diabetes globally.’ Not only that, but the scientists also concluded that in 2017, ‘all 3.2 MILLION cases of new diabetes were due to dangerous air pollution.’
This finding, Whitfield continues, is the reason why he claims that your diabetes isn’t caused by your diet, age, or genetics. It’s all about air pollution which, by the way, you can’t escape from. But don’t fret, he assures, because he now has the perfect recipes from the tiny Greek island of Halki to the rescue.
So what are those Halki recipes made from?
Halki Diabetes Remedy Ingredients
Ironically, Whitfield admits that Greece’s pollution level is ‘one of the highest in the world’ and even ‘far higher than the US’. Despite that, however, he claims that the Greeks still have ‘one of the lowest levels of diabetes.’ That’s funny because the US is ranked higher than Greece in the diabetes prevalence record. So if Greece is far more polluted than the US and pollution is the root cause of diabetes, then why this glaring contradiction? Oh wait … it’s in the foods the Greeks consume!
Anyway, here are the miracle food ingredients the Greeks use to avoid diabetes:
- Kohlrabi plant (supposedly contains two antioxidants that help rid the lungs of inhaled pollutants and detoxify the body)
- Marjoram spice (supposedly contains beta-carotene)
- Broccoli sprouts
- ‘A range of Greek fruits, vegetables, herbs, berries, seeds, and other completely natural ingredients…’
OK I’ve had enough. Now on to what you’ve been waiting for: The reasons why Halki Diabetes Remedy is a scam!
1. Eric Whitfield Does NOT Exist!
The man calling himself Eric Whitfield in the video presentation calls himself a 53-year-old ‘iron worker’ who lives with his wife Cathy in Owego, New York. He also gave us additional info about himself:
- He has two children and three grandchildren
- He participated in the cleanup after 9/11. Specifically, he was supposedly part of the crew that cleaned up the World Trade Center.
Other than the above, Whitfield is not found anywhere on social media so his potential customers can at least interact with him. However, I’m pretty sure that the man in the video isn’t Whitfield, but a paid actor hired to read a script.
Now why do I think so, you ask? Here’s why!
2. ‘Cathy’ Does NOT Exist! (Stolen Photo)
As you already know, Whitfield told us that Halki Diabetes Remedy is the reason why Cathy reversed her severe diabetes and became as healthy and fit as the time they first met. He even went ahead to provide a before-after photo of his ‘wife’ as proof. Unfortunately for him, that photo doesn’t belong to his wife, but to a woman named Kristin W. In addition, this photo has been on the web since at least November 2015 … more than two years before Halki Diabetes Remedy was launched. On top of that, the woman didn’t even say anything about having type 2 diabetes. Instead, she said that she merely lost weight by walking and tracking her food intake.
Of course, this is not the first time I’m seeing this kind of deception. I saw the same thing on the now-defunct scams Flat Belly Overnight, Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy and a host of others. This finding alone rubbishes all the claims of Halki Diabetes Remedy reversing Cathy’s diabetes. Since we now know for certain via irrefutable evidence that Cathy does not exist, this also proves that the man claiming to be her husband is just an actor…and Halki Diabetes Remedy did NOT reverse her type 2 diabetes!
3. Fake Testimonials with Stolen Photos
All the testimonials featured in Halki Diabetes Remedy are stolen photos of people who never even said anything about having diabetes in the first place. For example,
- ‘John Prince’ from Concord, CA is actually a man from Pennsylvania named Blake;
- The photo of the black lady actually belongs to a woman named Valerie.
Do you see something here? The scammers behind Halki Diabetes Remedy literally stole their testimonials from another weight loss program called HealthyWage. This program claims to pay you to lose weight but I haven’t reviewed it yet. Wait for my review before signing up there though…
4. Dishonestly Misrepresents Scientific Research to Sell Scam
As you know already, the fake Whitfield claims that PM2.5 pollution is the ‘root cause’ of diabetes, not genetics, diet, or hormonal imbalance. He then referenced a Washington State University research proving not only the former but that PM2.5 pollution also caused all the 3.2 million new cases of diabetes recorded in 2017.
Well to start with, Whitfield is being dishonest. First, he claims that air pollution is the root cause of diabetes. Then he correctly quotes scientific research that stated that air pollution is a RISK FACTOR for developing diabetes. However, that something is a risk factor for a disease does NOT mean that the said risk factor is the ‘root cause’ of the disease. For example, age is a risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease. But that does NOT mean that age is the ‘root cause’ of Alzheimer’s disease. Now, do you see the problem with his claim?
Concerning the 3.2 million diabetes cases claim, Whitfield lied about that too. First of all, the data was from 2016, not 2017. Secondly, the research article he referenced didn’t say anything about those cases being the only new cases of diabetes recorded in 2017. Thirdly, the number is an estimate, not an actual absolute – the latter being the kind of data you need to make such a claim that Whitfield made in order to sell you his Halki Diabetes scam.
In order to scare you even further, Whitfield showed us a graph purportedly showing us how insanely high the PM2.5 pollution has increased in our atmosphere. Unfortunately for him, the graph is merely talking about CO2 levels, NOT PM2.5 levels!
PM2.5 (particulate matter 2.5) by definition is a combination of very small, almost invisible solid particles with liquid droplets. CO2 is just a gas. So why is Mr. Whitfield now telling us that CO2 is the same as PM2.5 by showing us this graph? To make matters worse, the actual PM2.5 graph shows a DECLINE, not an increase!
Let me end it here.
FINAL CONCLUSION: DON’T BUY Halki Diabetes Remedy. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: research.halkidiabetesremedy.org
Clickbank is the retailer of this program. So if you’ve made the mistake of buying this product, ask for your money back by contacting them directly for your refund.
Alternatives to Halki Diabetes Remedy
Rather than wasting your money on this Halki scam, here are legit alternatives you can try instead:
1. Delicious: The Ultimate Diabetes Cookbook.
This is a book full of tasty, diabetes-friendly recipes that is suitable for the whole family. It is designed to help diabetics enjoy a variety of tasty dishes instead of eating the same bland, boring foods just because they have no options. The cookbook covers everything from breakfast to dessert (369 recipes in total), as well as tips on how to eat properly as a diabetic. And it costs ONLY $12.95! Get the book now or read my review for more details.
2. Nerve Renew.
This is a supplement designed towards dealing with the symptoms associated with neuropathy. Now since diabetes is a major cause of neuropathy, I think Nerve Renew is one of the best supplements you can use to deal with it if you don’t want to resort to mainstream drugs. Get the supplement now or read my review for more details.
Please bear in mind that these products will NOT cure your diabetes, but will help you reverse its symptoms and keep you healthy. They are also cheap and you can easily get your money back should it not work for you. They honor their refund policy, unlike Halki Diabetes Remedy.
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