Stupidest Spam of the Week Diabetes Pinch

Diabetes is a huge problem in the Western world and to a lesser degree in the developing nations.

There are no real cures but there are various treatments that help to reduce the problem and alleviate the side effects of having a too high blood sugar level.

The best advice for anyone with diabetes type II is to exercise more, lose weight and have a healthy diet.

Scammers take advantage of the frustration and desperation felt by many with life changing diabetes, who struggle to get to the ideal weight and have a healthy diet.

A latest such scam message includes a fake video clip and the usual scammer language.

e.g. “Learn The secret Pinch Method” – but then claims 190,00 people already use it, so not such a secret really.

“There is no doubt the $370 billion diabetes industry does not want you to see this”. But diabetes treatment sales in the years to 2020 were only around $25 billion per year so the scammer’s figure is made up.

“Watch the video now before Big Pharma takes it down”. No. Just the usual dose of conspiracy theory.

Sadly, there is no magic pinch that resets your blood sugar instantly. The body’s blood sugar management system is very complex and a simple pinch will have no effect.

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  1. Cheryl says:

    Omg! I watched video waiting to hear how a pinch resets your blood sugar and of course another scam to some miracle ingredients you never heard of. Such a waste of time!

  2. barry says:

    You can worry too much about health and associated problems, the reality is you cannot live forever, just keep in mind the old saying ‘everything in moderation’ don’t eat like a pig and exercise. Pharmaceutical company’s make big money out of the hypochondria that is so manifest today .

  3. steve walker says:

    Tried it for 30 days with close monitoring of my blood sugar levels. Even though they said there would be some results within 10 days I had no measurable improvement in reducing my blood sugar levels. What I noticed before the ‘short’ = long video was the producer used every psychological argument to motivate people to use this product. I was surprised they did not suggest it was a cure for cancer.

  4. Patrick Reiter says:

    In trying to find a real review you have to filter threw dozens of faux reviews produced by the maker that promote the products amazing bullshit results.

  5. Tim says:

    This is just another attempt to get $$$$ by some wanna be millionaire and in NO WAY DOES
    A N Y T H I N G at all to affect blood sugar levels, table sugar levels or ANY other levels of anything

  6. Jennifer Celestre says:

    Glad I found this site. Listening to the pitch of the Pinch Method I wondered why my Doctor hadn’t recommended this solution…do you think I have toxic brain cells effecting my health?

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