I have had diabetes for over 9 years now and am sick and tired of taking the same meds day after day so when I found out about Diabazole I had to give it a shot. Perhaps this is the answer I was looking for all these years. I have taken numerous supplements for numerous other reasons but have never really considered a supplement for my diabetes. I review supplements regularly as I am always trying something new and what better way to share my experience that have it read by others interested in the same product.
I first found out this product online as I was looking for natural alternatives to standard diabetes meds. Though they don’t claim they actually cure anything or that they should be taken instead of regular medication they certainly make it look like it is possible though. Either way, looks like a promising supplement and I am more than ready to give anything a try right now just as long as it gives me results.
Well, they aren’t very forthcoming with information. Actually, aside from a quick intro with the numerous benefits they offer with their supplement and a list of ingredients there isn’t much more as far as information goes. I was actually quite surprised by how little I found out about the product.
- The list of benefits from taking this supplement:
- Maintain healthy blood pressure levels and glucose levels
- Strengthen cardiovascular functions
- Promote healthy metabolism
- And of course they don’t miss to mention that they offer 100% satisfaction and that the supplement is 100% natural.
From that point on they just started discussing the ingredients and that was that as far as actually product information.
Well, initially they simply discuss the ingredients in a more broad paragraph form where they note the first two ingredients being Turmeric and Berberine. They discuss some of their benefits such as being antioxidants and are very helpful in supporting the body’s natural inflammatory response. They are also known to help reduce oxidation of LDL cholesterol and are even boasted by the official website as protectors of the DNA from damage which can be caused by the toxins found in the environment. Detoxification of the liver is promoted and of course, when combined with the third ingredient, Piperine, the supplement is supposed to do wonders.
Piperine is known for reducing inflammation and helping lower blood glucose levels while increasing sensitivity to insulin. It also helps lower cholesterol and supports a healthy cardiovascular system. In general, numerous benefits which are supposed to impress but the more I see the more I am convinced that this may be a scam.
This is all interesting and honestly sounds great but I think that their benefits are a bit of an overstatement. I have researched each ingredient, and though each has proven to be somewhat effective they certainly do not cover all of the benefits listed by the official Diabazole website.
Once you pass over the comparison sheet, which I have always thought to be rather annoyed at times because you don’t really gain much information aside from their benefits which I can easily provide in a list below if necessary rather than having to do a crazy comparison of the benefits of the product.
List of Ingredients
I am actually not impressed by the way they presented their product. I had hoped that there is an ingredients list or perhaps more information about the dosage of the formula. Either way here are the ingredients.
- Turmeric – This is actually an ingredient that I have seen in other ingredients quite often. The official website claims that it is an antioxidant and helps with the negative effects of free radicals and reduces resistance to insulin.
- My Research: Actually, there is no actual information confirming any of these claims as per WebMD. The ingredient has been tested for up to 8 months and although it does not pose any serious health risks there are possible side effects such as diarrhea, dizziness, nausea, and upset stomach.
- Berberine – This is actually the one ingredient that may make this supplement worth trying. The official website claims it helps manage cholesterol levels and enhances overall intestinal health. It also improves glucose development in the liver.
- My Research: I have actually discovered that this ingredient is actually quite effective as per WebMD. In studies it has shown that it can reduce blood sugar levels slightly in individuals with diabetes. These results were shown with 500 mg taken 2 times daily for 3 months. WebMD also states that it could be as effective as metforminor and rosiglitazone when taken for up to 3 months. The same great results go for high cholesterol. Studies show it was reduced when taken 2 times a day of 500 mg for up to 30 days. It helps reduce LDL or bad cholesterol and triglyceride levels. There are no known side effects but be sure you are on the safe side and do not take it with regular medication or at least be prepared for your blood sugar levels to drop drastically.
- Piperine – Also known as black and white pepper this ingredient is common on our dinner tables. Surely you didn’t know that it was included as an ingredient in supplements as well. The official website claims that it helps improve the harmful effects of diabetes and even helps cases of colon cancer.
- My Research: Unfortunately there is not information actually confirming any of these claims, actually noting that actually even mentions them as being possibilities.
.I was actually impressed that even one of the ingredients has shown to be somewhat beneficial. Unfortunately this one ingredient does not have the abilities to actually cover the numerous benefits listed by the official website. There is simply not enough information to actually back the claims and benefits the makers of Diabazole actually want you do believe.
Terms and Prices of Diabazole
This product is not available for sale anywhere but the official website. Unfortunately, the only way that you can purchase it is through their Free Trial option which is what has proven to be the biggest scam on the market today.
It is easy to fall for this. You see in big letters free trial and figure that you have nothing to lose. You provide your information and are sent off to the billing page where you see how much money you are saving by paying only $4.95 for shipping and handling and getting a 30 day supply of the supplement. You see no other information, at least not immediately visible, but you are in a hurry and want to get your new supplement as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, once you order a 14 day trial starts. You do get a 30 day supply several days later but your $4.95 actually go as far as 14 days and after that you are charged the full price of $89.36 which is far more than one would expect for such a supplement. That’s not all folks! You are also automatically signed up for their membership program where you are given a “discounted” price and sent a new supply every month and of course, billed $89.36 plus shipping and handling for it.
Regardless of this warning if you are still eager to try the supplement try and exit the website. Then you will be offered a special promotional price if you stay on the website and order. Instead of paying $4.95 initially you will pay $1.95 for the shipping.
Reviews, Comments, and Feedback
I have searched high and low to find genuine reviews, comments, and feedback on this product. It seems that not only the positive reviews that look more like sales pitches rather than honest reviews, but even the negative ones are part of some sort of marketing scheme.
What I found was that most of the complaints had to do with their Free Trial scam offer as well as the product not being as effective as they had claimed. I think that if they had kept things realistic as to the results from Diabazole they may have had less of these comments. I do think that due to the one ingredient it may be effective but it’s simply not logical to order unless you want to get pulled into their auto ship program.
My Experience. Did I Order?
Well, I have to admit, I did not order Diabazole. I couldn’t bring myself to do it and get suckered into yet another membership program. The last one I lost so much money and don’t even get me started on the nerves. I prefer to steer clear. This combined with the lack of information, shady marketing tactics, and in general the negative reviews I found online has led me to believe that there must be something better out there for me.
All in all? I did not order Diabazole. It is simply not something I am willing to take risk on.