Why is diabetes control STILL being mismanaged?

Despite BILLIONS of dollars spent on pharmaceutical research, diabetes rates continue to rise.

Plus, there are MORE THAN 70 diabetes drugs being prescribed in the U.S. alone — NONE that address the root causes or stops the progression of the disease.

What we’re doing now must change, because it isn’t working. With the right education and action, it’s ABSOLUTELY possible to change and save the lives of those on a path toward diabetes.

Register below for The Diabetes Summit 2018:

Since 1998, your host of The Diabetes Summit 2018, Dr. Brian Mowll, has helped thousands of people with diabetes, pre-diabetes and metabolic syndrome.

During this summit he’ll share his functional medicine and personalized, lifestyle-based approach to help you regain control of blood sugar, heal complications and health problems, and reverse the course of diabetes.

Another huge concern for us is possibly millions of people do have diabetes but don’t know it. So they think they are healthy and take no action!

If you’re struggling with metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes, join us to learn about:

Root causes of diabetes and blood sugar problems
Blood sugar and your brain, gut, immune system, heart, hormones and weight
Natural solutions to underlying imbalances
Emerging research on environmental toxins, EMFs and other factors
How to protect your heart, kidneys, eyes, brain and sexual function
And more!

The Diabetes Summit 2018 is online and free from April 23-30, 2018!

I’ll see you online at this educational event!

But only if you register here: http://kevin-johnston.com/RegisterDiabetesSummit

Your friend and mentor,

P.S. It’s true, every purchase made helps us continue to reach people struggling to live healthier lives. I thank you in advance for your support. Please purchase the Summit recordings for use anytime.

 The Diabetes Summit

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