7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie Review
7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is a recently released eBook (also available in paperback) that promises to teach you how to reverse your type 2 diabetes symptoms. Find out if it actually works today in our review.
What is 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie?
7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is a downloadable eBook sold at TheICTM.org. That oddly-named website refers to “The International Council for Truth in Medicine”, which appears to be an online nutrition blog masquerading as an official medical organization.
This International Council of doctors claims to have reversed type 2 diabetes. If you follow their simple steps, then you can reverse your type 2 diabetes too.
Some of the other claims made by the ICTM include:
— Doctors at ICTM have “helped 17,542 type 2 diabetics end the need for prescription drugs, insulin injections and blood sugar monitoring.”
— The strategies you’ll read about in this online eBook are “twice as effective as the leading type 2 drug” when it comes to normalizing blood sugar levels, preventing blindness, and reducing neuropathy pain, among other symptoms of type 2 diabetes.
— Tens of thousands of people “in over 40 countries” have successfully used these strategies to cure their type 2 diabetes
Basically, you download the eBook, follow the guides and lessons inside the book, then watch your diabetes disappear in 21 days.
Does that sound too good to be true? Probably. Keep reading to discover how the Big Diabetes Lie works.
How Does 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie Work?
7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is a general guideline to reducing your diabetes symptoms. The 500+ page eBook contains dozens of different strategies to help you manage your diet, lose weight, and ultimately kick diabetes to the curb.
Some of the strategies discussed in the book include:
— How to lower your cholesterol 25 to 30% without the use of prescription drugs
— How to reduce your food cravings
— How the FDA has conspired with diabetes pharmaceutical companies to push natural diabetes cures from the market while promoting their own expensive diabetes medications
— Learn why “counting calories is completely unnecessary” when it comes to losing weight
— How to increase your glucose metabolism by 20 times
— How to lower your risk of dying from cancer by 67%
— How to normalize your blood pressure and blood sugar levels without the use of medication
— How to use natural foods to eliminate neuropathy pain using techniques that have worked in “81% of patients” according to a study at Loma Linda University in California
— Learn the 7 easy steps to perfect health, which is the “culmination of all the research, studies, data, and thousands of testimonials” collected by The International Council for Truth in Medicine
If you were looking for one instant “diabetes cure” in Big Diabetes Lie, then you’re not going to find it. If, however, you’re willing to read through a collection of tips and begin to implement those tips in your life, then 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie could be exactly what you need.
How to Buy 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie
7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is available exclusively online from www.theictm.org/big-diabetes-lie. That site offers a 60 day money back guarantee with all purchases. After making your purchase through the site, the eBook will be delivered directly to your email inbox.
You can also choose to receive 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie in paperback – for an extra price. If you choose that option, you’ll receive the printed book in the mail within 7 to 15 days. Meanwhile, all bonus eBooks will be delivered immediately to your email inbox.
Here’s how much you’ll pay for 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie:
— Digital eBook: $37
— Paperback Book: $54.39
All payments are processed through Clickbank. You can pay by any major credit card.
If you want to request a refund, you’ll need to reach The ICTM’s customer service at [email protected]
What is The International Council for Truth in Medicine?
One of the weirdest parts about 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie is the fact that it was created by an organization that calls itself “The ICTM”, or “The International Council for Truth in Medicine”.
Here’s what the official site says about the organization:
“Created and led by Max Sidorov, we are a group like minded doctors and health professionals who strive to bring you the latest scientific findings and newest health treatment methods in an easy to read and use format. The scientifically proven treatments we compile must work better, safer, and cost less than prescription drugs or injections traditionally prescribed by most doctors.”
That’s about all that the official website has to say about the supposedly international organization.
The picture at the top of TheICTM.org homepage shows a group of 5 doctors named Dr. Sakorikova, Dr. Valk, Dr. Shust, and Dr. Meto.
At TheICTM.org homepage, you’ll find a collection of blog posts that vaguely discuss problems like weight loss, asthma, diabetes, and depression. Many of the articles – like this one about the top 8 best superfoods – claim to be written by Max Sidorov.
Googling the ICTM reveals virtually no information about ICTM outside of TheICTM.org and the 7 Steps to Health + The Big Diabetes Lie official website.
Who is Max Sidorov?
According to TheICTM.org, Dr. Max Sidorov is the head of an international group of doctors that has a significant presence around the world.
Googling Max Sidorov, however, reveals absolutely no information about a doctor or any international non-profit organization.
Instead, all Google results for Max Sidorov come up with this guy, who became an internet sensation after helping launch a fundraiser to support a bus monitor who was bullied by teenage boys. Remember that video we all got mad about in 2012 where boys bullied some poor old female bus monitor? Max Sidorov was the Toronto man who first launched the fundraiser to support that woman.
The Dr. Max Sidorov behind The ICTM and the Max Sidorov behind that fundraiser appear to be two totally different people. However, if you visit the “Max in the news” section on TheICTM.org, you’ll find dozens of handpicked links that discuss the fundraising Max Sidorov and nothing about the Dr. Max Sidorov.
Based on this evidence, it seems like a less-than-honest organization called itself TheICTM.org hijacked some Good Samaritan’s name to make their cause seem more legitimate.
In fact, it also appears this group also hijacked the real Max’s image. The Photoshopped header for TheICTM.org displays a headshot of Max Sidorov (the fundraiser guy) over top of a doctor’s lab coat:
“Dr.” Sidorov is the second guy from the left. The picture used in that header is from Max’s official Twitter account, which can be seen here.
Did the Max Sidorov who launched the bus monitor fundraiser go to medical school and become a doctor within the past 3 years? Possibly. Did that guy suddenly decide to start an international organization of doctors whose singular goal is to sell a “cure” for type 2 diabetes in a $37 online eBook? Probably not.
Once again, it seems like an online eBook retailer has hijacked a Good Samaritan’s name to increase its brand presence.
Conclusion: Who Should Buy 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie
7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie appears to have stolen a man’s name and likeness in order to increase its brand presence online.
It also claims to offer a cure for type II diabetes.
Best of all, this information is available for you in a $37 eBook.
Unfortunately, 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie does not make any mention about scientific evidence or clinical results anywhere. So if you’re looking for a diabetes cure that actually works, then 7 Steps to Health and the Big Diabetes Lie probably isn’t it.