Don’t pay attention to what you’re being told about Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy by ‘Michael Dempsey’ because it is a scam! Read this review to the end to find out why I arrived at this verdict… and believe me when I say that I’m pretty sure of it!
Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy (aka Vedda Blood Sugar Protocol, Vedda Diet 2.0) claims to have the all-natural ‘secret’ for the complete reversal of Type 2 diabetes. This ‘secret’ is allegedly hidden in the diet of the Vedda tribe of Dambana village, Sri Lanka. But does this claim hold water? We shall see.
Backstory of Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy
Dempsey tells us a chilling story of how his wife Rachel suddenly collapsed during the wedding of their daughter Sophia, abruptly ending the ceremony. He goes as far as claiming that his daughter’s wedding dress ‘was smeared with blood from her mother’s head wound’ that she apparently sustained due to the collapse.
Dempsey goes on to narrate that he and his family rushed his wife to the hospital in an ambulance, where doctors diagnosed her with Diabetic Hyperosmolar coma and partial paralysis. Apparently not trusting the doctors enough to do their jobs, Dempsey took to research to find a ‘natural’ cure for his wife’s ailment.
Several weeks later, Dempsey and his wife met a 91-year-old ‘Lekmal’ while visiting the hospital for a routine checkup. This Lekmal introduced himself as a Vedda native, and informs Dempsey that ‘diabetes doesn’t even exist’ in their tribe ‘because of the food we eat.’
The excited Dempsey wasted no time in collecting Lekmal’s number, and three days later Lekmal sent him a ‘parcel’ containing ‘Vedda recipes.’ These recipes supposedly contain ingredients that have been scientifically proven to be beneficial to Type 2 diabetes sufferers. With this information, he contacted Sri Lanka’s University of Peradeniya, the university that first discovered the Vedda diabetes-proof diet. One ‘Chaminda Kulasekera’ picked up his call and long story short…Rachel’s diabetes got reversed, her paralysis disappeared, and Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy was born.
Now to the fun part. Why is Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy a scam?
1. Michael Dempsey Does NOT Exist!
Don’t be deceived by that man posing as Michael Dempsey in the video presentation. He is nothing but a paid actor! Now how do I know this? Read on.
Michael Dempsey claims to he’s a 51-year-old man living in Freeport, Maine with his wife and three children. He goes ahead to show us two photos of him with his wife and children. But there is just one problem. They are both stock photos!
- The photo of Michael with his wife was actually bought from Deposit Photos;
- The photos of Michael’s kids were bought from Dreamstime.com.
Granted, I was unable to find out who that man claiming to be Michael really is … but these two findings above should already tell you that something’s really off here. The scammer was smart enough to pick a stock photo of a guy that closely resembles the man in the video – I have gotta give him that – but now it has been exposed!
Please if you’ve seen the man in the video anywhere else or know his identity, please let me know.
2. Unverifiable Testimonials.
The man and the woman featured in the testimonials look too staged to be genuine, and they are impossible to verify. The microphone, the multiple-angle camera shots, etc. I prefer an amateurish video testimonial, as they prove to be more genuine most of the time instead of the professionally-edited ones featured in the Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy video.
3. Lies About The Vedda Research, Coconut Oil Benefits
Michael Dempsey was outright lying when he made the following claims about the research carried out by the University of Peradeniya:
- No Vedda person ‘had even heard of diabetes, or insulin.’
- There’s practically no diabetes among Vedda people
- The research report concluded that ‘there is a very low risk of these Veddas ever developing diabetes.’
- Some of the Vedda people involved in the research were in their 90s.
This is because in the actual research report (which you can read here), the researchers discovered that around 11.1% of the 99 Veddas tested are actually overweight and 2% obese. Even though 100% of those tested had normal blood sugar levels, this does NOT mean that they have a ‘very low risk’ for developing diabetes. In fact, the researchers noted that they expect a rise in the incidence of diabetes and coronary heart disease in the community due to urbanization. Mind you, this research was carried out in 2009 so things may not be the same anymore.
Again, Dempsey claims that one of the secrets to the Veddas’ diabetes miracle is coconut oil. He goes on to quote a few scientific studies (without providing references) to back up his claim, including the one done by Gavan Institute of Medical Research in Australia. The Gavan study indeed found that coconut oil consumption by mice reduced insulin resistance and does not cause fat accumulation as other high-calorie foods do. However, Dempsey failed to mention that the same study found that coconut oil causes fat accumulation in the liver – a very serious condition that can lead to everything from hepatitis to liver failure. Bottom line: Consuming coconut oil is not entirely safe for your body. Fish oil is far better.
Final Conclusion: DON’T BUY Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy. It is A SCAM!
Blacklisted Website: VeddaBloodSugarProtocol.com, VeddaBloodSugar.com
In all, Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy is nothing but a well-produced scam complete with paid actors, stock photos, stock videos, twisted scientific studies, and outright lies. Rest assured that nothing good will ever come out of it!
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Alternatives to Vedda Blood Sugar Remedy
Delicious – The Ultimate Diabetic Cookbook. This book by James Freeman contains 369 tasty, easy-to-prepare, diabetes-friendly food recipes for your maximum enjoyment. Also contains guidelines on what to eat to maintain your normal blood sugar levels. I highly recommend this cookbook so read my review for more information.
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