Well we’re going to find out if it’s
the truth or a lot of “PR” hype!
After many emails back and forth with Bill Sardi, (developer/partner of this Longevinex®
product), I’ve decided to give it a 90 day trial and see just what it could do for my diabetes.
(I’ll update this page as I have the results.)
Now if you think this is a cheap experiment…. It’s not!
All the vitamins and supplements for a 90 day supply ran $305.00 and his Longevinex®
ran about $115.00
Sardi made a ton of recommendations, and this is where the red flags/concerns come into play.
First he tells me to stop eating all breads/pasta/fruit sugars…. Well that just killed 90% of my diet!
Then he tells me to stop taking almost every one of my prescriptions!
▶ and about 4 others rx’s
▶ my daily aspirin
Well within three day my BSL’s (Blood Sugar Levels) went thru the roof!!! From being below 130 I was now hitting the mid to high 300’s!!!! Guess what, I’m back on all my prescriptions.
So, I fired off another email asking him for a timeline as to how long it will take to see an improvement? And what did I get!?
“Quote:Well, I can’t play doctor from afar.Unquote”
SAY WHAT??? “HE” was the one telling me to stop taking all my Rx meds!
He never did say anything as to how long it would take.
Now I heard him on the Coast-2-Coast Radio show and the more I thought about the storyline he was telling…. I had to go back and listen to it again.
YUP! To me it’s a made up PR-BS story.
What he was saying is: He had an 80 year old man that was taking Longevinex®
“For NO particular Reason” He was just taking it to encourage his wife to take it.
Yeah…. Right; The man bought twice as many pills/taking another pill
“For No Reason”?……Does this make sense?
But now the plot thickens — Now the man is a diabetic/has heart problem/eye problems. He goes in for his A1C lab test and the doctor comes in and tells him that he is no longer a diabetic… he’s CURED!!
Just looking at the diabetes part. Here’s my problem with this:
ANY diabetic that is watching his BSL’s (sugar Levels), has to check it at least once a day and most check it 3 times a day, so they know how much insulin to take.
Why didn’t he see that his BSL readings were all normal for weeks/months!? No diabetic would take a shot if his readings are normal; to do that they would have crashed and ended up in the hospital.
Now getting back to me and my test run; At the time of this writing I’m in week #5 and the only change I see is my BSL’s are running about 20 points higher.