Is this Sugar Balance supplement a scam by David Pearson or can it really cure your type 2 diabetes in a matter of days?
The truth might hurt a little, because unfortunately this is not the miracle cure it is promoted as being. In this review I'm going to be exposing it for what it really is, which is something you probably don't want to buy.
There is a good chance you came across the ridiculously long video presentation for this supplement. You know, the one that went on for like 45 minutes and was probably painful to sit through? That one.
Well.. I guess I should say "those ones", because there seems to be several different video presentations promoting this.
The one I came across started off like this, saying that the mainstream medical establishment does not want you to see this…
You are told that thousands of lives are saved every time the video is shown, yet it is "constantly under attack" because the medical establishment does not want you to know the truth.
And of course the video might get taken down at any time, so they say. But really this is just a little bit of trickery being used to try to get you to act as soon as possible, meaning buy the supplement they are promoting right away.
This is also promoted as a miracle supplement. You are told that "your blood sugar will normalize permanently, just days from now"…
I'm sure you were suspicious of all these rather over-the-top claims. After all, you are reading my review now looking for additional information. So I'm guessing you are probably thinking it sounded a little bit scammy.
Lots of Red Flags - Sign of a Scam?
There are so many red flags in the promotional videos it is ridiculous. Some of them include the following…
1. David Pearson is a FAKE
So "David Pearson" is supposedly the guy that created this supplement. He claims to be an epidemiologist with 27 years of experience, and claims to have researched every treatment under the sun and has finally come across a natural way to balance your blood sugar in just days.
However... This guy is a complete FAKE. He is a FRAUD.
How do I know?
Well... Take a look at the disclaimer below. Now I don't know if you can read that because it is small writing, but it says that David Pearson is a pen name… Meaning that it is a fake name.
I didn't come across this disclaimer until I was on the checkout page.
So this supplement is being promoted by a fake doctor… That is just great.
2. Lots of unverified claims
You are told that this supplement has helped over 260,000 men and women achieve "perfectly balanced blood sugar levels". However, I seriously doubt that this is true.
If this were true then why wouldn't there be more information on it?
Oh… That's right… I forgot that the medical establishment is trying their hardest to keep this all a secret. Of course.
3. All the information is "scientifically verified" and true
Yes, in the video presentation there are a lot of scientific studies referenced, which is good. HOWEVER, the way in which this information is presented is misleading to say the least.
The guy claims that fatty liver is the number one cause of type II diabetes. He acts as if this is some groundbreaking new discovery that no one wants you to know about. While it is true that there is becoming an increasing amount of research pointing to fatty liver being a cause, this is nothing that is being hidden from you.
And what is funny is that he claims the medical establishment is hiding this information from everyone, yet he references studies showing that fatty liver may be a cause of type II diabetes that were conducted by the medical establishment… Funny.
He acts as if it is THE cause and nothing else is, but this simply is not true.
"Fatty liver may play a role in the development of type II diabetes" according to Mayo Clinic. I think that quote sums it up pretty good.... it "may" play a role.
I'm not going to dive too much into detail here, but the main point I want to make is that this information is not being hidden from the public and the information he presents is in a very misleading way.
4. The fight against the medical industry
As you already know, this guy claims to be an enemy of the medical industry. He claims that they hate him because he is exposing the truth, which causes them to lose money.
Now I am a huge fan of natural treatments and I definitely understand why many people don't trust the medical establishment, however, you definitely cannot trust this guy either.
After all... David Pearson doesn't even exist as shown above.
But anyways… Enough talk about the misleading claims made and all of the lies told. Let's talk about the actual supplement and what it can do for you, if anything…
Sugar Balance Supplement Review
- Name: Sugar Balance
- Type: Type 2 diabetes supplement
- Manufacturer: ProvenHealth
- Price: $69/bottle
- Recommended?: No, although it has some potential
As you already know, Sugar Balance is a type II diabetes supplement that is 100% natural and can supposedly balance your blood sugar in a matter of days.
It is manufactured by a company named ProvenHealth, which I wouldn't trust and will talk more about in a bit, and sells for a high price of $69 per bottle.
Although it definitely does have some potential to help with type II diabetes, this is not something I would recommend buying and you will see why.
The ingredients in this supplement consist of 8 different herbs, these include…
- Licorice Root Extract
- Astragalus Root Extract
- Wild Yam Root Extract
- Solomon's Seal Extract
- Mulberry Leaf
- Lycium Chinese Fruit Extract
- Balloon Flower Root Extract
Now in the video presentation he acts as if these are all "miracle cures" that have just been discovered, but as you can imagine the way he presents them is misleading.
Yes, if you do research on any of these ingredients you will find some evidence that suggests they can be beneficial when it comes to treating type II diabetes, but the evidence is limited.
Can these lower your blood glucose levels? Yes… But don't get too excited.
Potential to Help? Yes... But I Don't Know If I'd Trust This
As if all the information I have presented thus far is not already enough, you also have to think about the company behind this supplement, which is ProvenHealth.
I couldn't really find any information on this company and this is a serious concern.
I don't know about you, but when I am taking a supplement that I am putting in my body, I want to be able to trust what is inside it.
All we know is that Sugar Balance is an "ultra-grade and pure supplement" and it has the perfect dose of each ingredient, or at least that is what you are told.
That said, we have absolutely no idea how much of each ingredient is in it. We are told that it consists of an 800 mg blend, but this does not tell us much.
Can You Trust ProvenHealth?
I don't see any reason to trust this place and this is very worrisome because I have reviewed plenty of scams promoted in similar fashions in the past.
It Costs a Heck of a Lot
You are told that this supplement normally sells for $149 per bottle and that this is like nothing else on the market.
But of course they are so nice they are going to let us get a bottle for only $69.
However, this is a serious ripoff, or at least it has the potential to be.
As I already went over, we have no idea how good the ingredients in this supplement actually are. Of course they tell you that they are "ultra-grade and pure", but I doubt this.
Conclusion - Scam or Good Supplement?
This is a great example of another supplement that is promoted in such deceptive and misleading ways that people who buy into it are almost sure to be disappointed.
As mentioned, yes the ingredients included here definitely do have some potential, but this is certainly not something that you should expect to cure your type II diabetes in a few days, as you are told.
All in all I am definitely not going to be recommending Sugar Balance to my readers because I do not trust it.
There are much better options out there.
But anyways… I hope you enjoyed my review here and found it helpful. Please leave any comments or questions below and I'll get back to you as soon as I can 🙂