Based upon your answers, it looks like...

You suffer from Blood Sugar Trigger #10

 The Meal Scheduling Trigger

I've analyzed your answers to the Blood Sugar Trigger Quiz and I've isolated what I believe to be your Blood Sugar Trigger.

Now what comes next could be a big eye opener for you....

You see, most people never consider this trigger when they're thinking about how to keep their blood sugar levels under control.


"I was diagnosed as having diabetes type 2 over five years ago. Understanding my blood sugar trigger and following your advice has allowed me to now live a perfectly healthy life. I have regular checkups (blood and urine tests) with my GP and I still have completely normal blood sugar levels and my weight is OK."

And they don't realize how much this one trigger dramatically damages their health...

Now in your case, based on everything you've told me...

It looks like you suffer from Blood Sugar Trigger #10, which is what I call ...

The Meal Scheduling Trigger

Because Blood Sugar Trigger #10 folks really struggle with balancing their blood sugar, you'll want to read this special report right now.

Pay particular attention to my 2 specific solutions to deal with your Meal Scheduling Trigger - which is especially important for people like you.

Let me share with you a little more about what that means.

Here's how it works...

Your body is highly complex, and you need a lot of energy to keep your systems running properly.

Even something as simple as blinking takes energy, so it's important that you keep your energy levels consistent.

Now, energy is closely tied to glucose intake, which means that as a diabetic you need to understand how the timing of your meals affects your body.

The energy you use comes from two sources of glucose: the free glucose in your system and the glucose that's stored in reserve tanks like your liver.

When you eat, the glucose from your food supplies energy to your body.

When you're not eating and your body requires energy, it calls upon the reserves.

This is what's known as "glucose metabolism."

But when you're diabetic, your glucose metabolism doesn't work properly.

Your body doesn't get enough glucose between meals, which sends you into hypoglycemia.

Now there's good news and bad news ...

The bad news is this...

When you suffer from Blood Sugar Trigger #10 and you don't do anything about it, you can end up with a real problem on your hands.

Here's why...

As a diabetic, your glucose reserves are much lower than non-diabetics, which means you don't have access to enough glucose between meals.

If you don't get enough nutrition during meals, you can wind up in a hypoglycemia.

Worse, if you're skipping meals outright, you can experience a lethal hypoglycemic attack.

These attacks can strike without warning.

Within seconds, your blood glucose levels crash to dangerous levels.

You can't think or act clearly - and you can even slip into a coma.

There have been many documented cases where diabetics suffered an attack like this while driving, killing passengers and other motorists.

It's a terrifying possibility.

So that's the bad news...

Here's the good news ...

Unlike some blood sugar triggers

Yours is something that you can actually DO something about...

There are a couple of simple steps you can take to avoid your trigger and these simple steps can help you protect your future health.


"I can have a reading of 59 when I am not taking insulin or glucophage.  I am very happy with these results. Thanks for taking the time to explain to me why my blood sugar spikes when it does and give practical advice on what to do about it. keep up the good work.  I’m sure normalizing my blood sugars is a great health benefit for me. "

The first step is to be proactive about managing the timing of your meals.

I know it's not always possible to eat at EXACTLY the same time every day, but you CAN make sure that you're not skipping meals altogether.

This is especially true of breakfast...

Which is a CRUCIAL meal.

That’s because  your body is fasts all night. And When you wake up, your energy reserves are extremely low.

So if you can't eat breakfast at home, drink a smoothie during your commute, or grab an apple or a  small bag of nuts. Something along those lines.

Whatever works for you - just make sure you eat.

The real key here is keeping your eating patterns regular.

Spreading out your meals and eating at consistent times each day will even out your readings.

And ALWAYS have a small carb-based snack with you, just in case you get tied up and miss your normal mealtime.

This can be a small box of raisins, a small bag of pretzels, or some other snack that'll help you get your blood sugar back up.

The point here is to keep your blood sugar from dropping to dangerous levels.

Also, get familiar with the glycemic index, and use it to choose healthy options that will provide sustained energy.


"I began following your advice on balancing my blood sugar, and positive results were noticed immediately. During the first week, my daily insulin intake had been reduced from 140 total units to 45 units, and BG readings were better than they had even been, averaging under 100 throughout the day."

And over time, you'll find yourself...

Wanting to take a few more steps each day...

Eating more of your favorite foods...

Suffering from fewer food cravings...

Able to play and work longer...

Whilst having more fun and laughing a lot more!

Wouldn't it be great to start your day with a bounce in your step and hope in your heart?

How would that change your life?


"I was diagnosed with type II diabetes.  BG levels ranged between 250 and 300.  This was quite a shock as there was no previous history of diabetes within my family. They placed me on the traditional high carbohydrate, low fat diet, with carbohydrates averaging 250 grams each day.  I was not willing to accept this way of life, and I began searching the internet for information and answers.  I was lucky and found your information about my blood sugar trigger. I can never thank you enough for giving me a new life and the ability to control my diabetes without needles or medication."

Well, I've seen time and time again. people's lives transformed by taking a little action, addressing their Blood Sugar Trigger and taking a blood sugar balancer.

However most people don't have access to anything like this...

Now the problem is that most people don't have access to anything like this that can help balance their blood sugar levels.

I know this first hand...

When my Mother in law was around, she was always struggling with her blood sugar levels.

One day her energy was up, the next day she would plummet into despair. I felt helpless watching her go through this. it seemed like there was no solution.

I spent months looking for a good blood sugar balancer that met all of these guidelines.

I read even the most difficult of scientific studies.

I spoke with top doctors from around the world.

I was willing to spend any amount of my money to help my Angel.

And yet, I couldn't find anything on the market that measured up. None of the blood sugar balancers worked. Now at the time, I didn't understand why they didn't work...

But as I raced against the clock, I was determined to find a solution. My angel was worth it. Because The love that she showed me, drove me to keep trying to find a solution.

But ultimately, time ran out... and I lost my sweet angel. In those dark days after she passed away, I was left to wonder, "What can I do to honor my mother in law's legacy?"

And how can I help others who have my same story?

You see, along the way, I ran into person after person who had my same story. They also struggled to find a solution... and they also failed.

Which brings me to the reason why I'm telling you all of this today.

After 3 years hard work I came up with a solution...

For the last three years since my mother in law left me I've been hard at work with my team and we've been developing something that's never existed before...

Here's how you can join the "You End Type2 Diabetes" Group today...

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Then fill in your information...


And because your results show that you're such an ideal candidate...

I want to extend an additional courtesy that the public doesn't have access to a special presentation of the "5 Steps to End Type 2 Diabetes in 90 days" that is good only for members of our "You End Type 2 Diabetes"Group.

Next steps...

First, ask yourself WHY you might want to fix Your blood sugar trigger #1 . Think about it, YOUR reasons are the best reasons.

Then imagine what it will be like when you finally have your blood sugar under control. What does it feel like?

Then ask yourself WHY this is important to You.


"I would like to report to you the great success I have had with my Type II diabetes, due primarily to your advice. I never dreamed I would be able to eat so little, and be satisfied."

Let me wrap this up by asking you a question...

First, let me tell you what you're looking at here. According to the New York Times, the average life expectancy of an American right now is around 78 years of age.

However, on 6 January 2015 the Journal of the American Medical Association published a paper showing people with diabetes who did not manage their blood sugar balance live 11-13 years less than the national average. I've highlighted the danger years in red on the grid.

The good news is that another study in the same issue showed that keeping your blood sugar balanced and within the normal range can add back years.

So my question to you is this...

How many more X's are you going to fill in the boxes of your life... and how many more will you lose before you decide to take control, keep your blood sugar within the normal range and start living the life you deserve?

I suspect that you have already hit that wall yourself, where you're saying enough is enough, and now is the time.

Could now be the time to "take control" of your blood sugar and your life? Imagine being vibrant, full of energy, feeling great, able to work and play as you wish, living life to the fullest again. This could be your chance.


"this is truly the solution to blood sugar balancing, and is the best thing next to a solution as a treatment for this destructive disease. It helped me in both a huge reduction in the number of hypoglycemic and hyperglycemic episodes and a dramatic decrease in the overall insulin dose, while also normalizing blood sugar readings. In fact, my hemoglobin A1C numbers are consistently in the low end of the normal range (from 4.4 to 5.2, with the normal range from 4.2 to 6.5). "

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