How many Pills do Diabetic have to take before they are better?
Hey, everybody, Dr. Jonathan Spages here. I want to do a quick video about the math behind being a diabetic. Now, I put a lot of quick videos together just to give you a different approach about reversing diabetes.
I’ve been doing it for over ten years. Thousands of patients literally walk my office full blown diabetic walk out non diabetic. 1s It’s pretty routine because of the approach I take. And it’s a very proven system that I know what to do to get results, but it is not traditional. I’m not going to say, hey, take a ton of medication and watch your diet, okay?
This is going to be a much more detailed involved with how to actually reverse your diabetes. There’s a link to a webinar below that you could see about my approach and how I’ve been successful and what it would take to work with me one on one. I want to talk about the math of being a diabetic, which is actually pretty interesting because most people don’t actually do the math on really what their condition looks like.
So most people on day one, when they become a diabetic, they don’t really know why they are a diabetic. Maybe they think it’s genetic or their diet was bad or stress or what have you, and there’s truth to that. However, let’s look at the methodology of what the treatment is. So when you get diagnosed on day one, the typical treatment in the United States is that, hey, you need to take a medication for the rest your life, right? The doctor comes out, they have their script pad, and they’re sitting there, and they give you your first medication. And for most people, it’s crazy because it’s a life sentence. That means for the rest of your life, you have to be taking medications for the rest of your life. 1s
What is crazy about that for me is that, listen, if you cut yourself after a couple of weeks, you should heal, okay, depending on how bad the cut is, right? So your body is always healing. But why, all of a sudden, can’t your body heal a metabolism? Why do you have to be confined to a medication for the rest of your life, 1s especially with this condition? There are some conditions that, yes, something is broken, you have to be at some sort of medication. But why? When it comes down to these chronic conditions like diabetes or blood pressure, cholesterol, that it’s a life sentence, meaning that there’s nothing that could be done.
Well, obviously it’s not true, because I have hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of testimonials of people who have literally had these conditions and after a short period of time have been able to lessen all their medication or get completely off it due to the fact that we take a different approach. So let’s look at the math here, right? Let’s say you went to a normal position and they recommended taking one medication a day, okay? So I’m going to be writing this down. I’ll show you what I’m writing. So if you take one pill 2s a day, right?
2s So if you say one pill a day, right, that’s one pill times 365 is 365 pills. Okay? So you basically have 365 attempts to getting better. Okay? Now, all right, maybe take some time to kick in, play along. Okay? So here we go. Now, let’s say you do this for ten years. You do it for ten years, times one pill a day, 300, that’s 3650 pills. So this is my logic, and you probably know I’m from New Jersey, so my sarcasm kicks in. If 3650 pills didn’t work, I don’t think at 4000 you get some award. Like, for instance, like you go to your doctor who cares about you, who wants to see you get well and say, hey, Doc, I got to the 4000. Mark, I did it right. I got all those pills in. I know I need to just get the 4000. And once I get the 4000, the condition is done, I’m good. It’s kind of like a treatment, like for a broken arm. Hey, once I do the cast for a few weeks, I take the cast off, we do another X ray, the arm’s healed, but that’s not the case. For people with blood pressure or diabetes or cholesterol, that’s not the case. It’s actually just the opposite.
Usually they give you more medication. So instead of taking one pill a day, you’re taking two or three or who knows? I mean, I have patients sometimes that take up to 18 pills a day. 18 pills a day. I’m going to let you know that you don’t have to be a doctor to realize that that’s probably not good for the liver. There’s got to be some sort of side effects to that. 18 pills a day. And listen, here’s the deal. If 18 pills get you healthy and well, and you are a vibrant pitcher of health and you’re a ton of energy and your metabolism is great and your organs are working perfectly, then I’d say be worth it. But if you’re taking 18 pills a day and you’re not getting better, then I think probably a different approach has to happen. Something different.
You have to look at it a different way. So in the webinar that I have attached on this particular video, you’ll have a different viewpoint to actually helping diabetes, reverse diabetes, right? So I want you to look at that webinar, maybe for you or a loved one, and really see that there’s a different way to actually approach diabetes and actually really get results. So I’ll tell you, this is not the way to get results. If you’re taking this many pills and you’re not seeing an improvement, then obviously you have to look at a different direction. And I approach it a whole different way. It’s not meant for everybody, but you have to be invited to be a patient of mine. But it’s something that has been proven.
It works, and I’ve done it thousands and thousands of times. All right. So anyway, thanks for watching the video. I appreciate anybody who would want yourself to get better or even know somebody who wants to get better from diabetes and conditions like that. Please send this video to them. She’s share this with them so I can help them, and they will have a different approach and a different outcome in their health and their life. All right, so thank you very much for watching. I’m Dr. Jonathan. I’m going to be signing off.
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