Is there an incentive for doctors to lie about diabetes?

There are several conspiracies floating around the Internet that basically revolve around this idea that doctors typically lie to their patients about diabetes. Sadly, there's a little bit of truth to some of these conspiracy theories.

Generally speaking, doctors can earn additional revenue every time they prescribe a prescription drug. So if you're somebody who's suffering from diabetes, it can sometimes make sense for a doctor to tell you that there is no real way to manage your diabetes, especially if we're talking about type II diabetes, short of taking a prescription drug. If you don't know any better, you'll agree with the doctor's assessment, and before you know it, you'll be taking a prescription drug to help you manage your diabetic symptoms.

But what if there were a way to completely reverse type II diabetes within 30 days? Do you think that this is something that your doctor would necessarily have an incentive to tell you about? You see, with proper diet and exercise, many medical studies have proven that type II diabetes can be completely reversed.

Now, let's be clear about something. Not every doctor hides this fact from patients. However, far too many doctors sometimes make the decision to assume that a patient will not have the desire or interest in leading a healthier lifestyle, and as a result, the doctor simply assumes that prescribing a pill is the best outcome for that patient.

At this point, you may be confused, and wondering whether or not you should trust the advice and counsel of your doctor. Generally speaking, doctors are extremely trustworthy and ultimately have your best interest in mind. However, there can sometimes be an incentive for doctors to omit sharing with you certain techniques and strategies that can help you reverse the symptoms of your diabetes.

Sometimes these omissions occur because the doctor believes that you're incapable of modifying your diet, or leading a healthier lifestyle. However, no doctor should ever assume anything about a patient's motivation or desire. So if you're somebody who would rather deal with your diabetes in a way that's more holistic and healthy, don't be afraid to ask your doctor to tell you more about some of the other techniques that are available to help reverse your diabetes.

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