Frequently Asked Questions

What is Diabetes?

Diabetes Mellitus, commonly known as just Diabetes, is a condition where your body is unable to convert the excess sugar in your body into fats, resulting in an unhealthy rise in blood sugar levels that can lead to heart disease, liver and renal failure.

Is there more than just one type of Diabetes?

Yes. Diabetes Mellitus can be of two types. Type 1, which is a fatal and irreversible condition, is caused by the inability of the pancreatic cells to secrete the hormone called insulin, which is responsible for managing blood sugar levels in the body. Type 2 Diabetes, on the other hand, is a totally reversible condition which occurs when the body grows resistant to insulin produced in the body, causing excess blood glucose to build up rather than be converted into fats.

What is Type 2 Diabetes?

Type 2 Diabetes is a medical condition where a person’s body grows resistant to insulin, the hormone responsible for converting excess blood sugar into fats, causing blood glucose to build up and rise, which can ultimately result in the collapse of vital body organs and even death.

How can Type 2 Diabetes be reversed?

Since Type 2 Diabetes is the result of the body’s inability to use up insulin to convert excess blood glucose into fats, in order to reverse and cure Type 2 Diabetes, all you must do is restore the body’s insulin sensitivity. This is perfectly achievable through a well-researched cure program that involves special diet, exercise and therapy.

What if I just decide to manage my Type 2 Diabetes?

While that’s exactly the method most doctors will recommend, merely managing Type 2 Diabetes and leaving it uncured can lead to further health complications, such as progress into the more harmful Type 1 Diabetes, blindness, heart disease, organ failure, sudden coma and so much more.

Can you cure my Type 2 Diabetes?

The answer is yes. However, we do not offer to cure Type 2 Diabetes for you. Rather, we help you through a program that helps you eliminate the root cause behind your diabetes: insulin resistance. Once your body’s insulin sensitivity is restored, your body and pancreas regain normal function, and you are cured of Type 2 Diabetes. This is how to reverse Type 2 Diabetes.

How do I enroll into your cure program?

It’s easy. Just head to our Order page and choose from one of the cure packages we offer. We have a complete money back guarantee if we fail to educate you on how to reverse Type 2 Diabetes through our program.

Cure Program

The cure program devised by Discover Diabetes Self Cure is the result of extensive research and intelligent collaboration amongst western and eastern physicians, a naturopath, a practitioner in traditional Chinese medicine and an ex-diabetic, who is now himself a diabetes cure expert. Our program is available in two parts:

  • The Journey: How I Cheated Death and Cured My Diabetes in 21 Days: A book by our founder, Ernest Quansah.
  • Our famous Insulin Sensitivity Restoration Program, which uses controlled diets, adequate exercise and conventional therapy to restore you body’s ability to use insulin, a hormone secreted by your pancreas that allows your body to convert excess blood sugar into fats.

Plus, if you enroll in our program today, you will also receive a huge number of freebies, each of which is a treasure in healthy living and medicine:

  1. How to live a disease-free life.
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  3. How to regain your lean muscles, which have been weakened by diabetes.
  4. A completely free diet chart for diabetics, as devised by our founder Ernest Quansah.

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