What are eight and a half years of your life worth?
Sorry. Don’t mean to scare you. But that’s a serious question.
Research shows that diabetes can shorten your life span by 8 and a half years. That’s more than 10 percent of the average person’s life. So, let me ask it this way: What is 10 percent of your life worth?
Now, before you answer that, let’s think about this: You can easily drop $100 for dinner at a moderately fancy restaurant. You might spend a couple of thousand dollars on two weeks vacation.
One hundred bucks for a night out.
Two thousand bucks for a modest vacation.
Eight and a half years? That’s got to be worth tens of thousands of dollars!
If you have diabetes, or are pre-diabetic, or are at risk for developing diabetes, it’s time to decide right now what you would pay to keep those 8.5 years. More importantly, it’s time to decide, right now, the quality of life you want to live for the next 10, 20, 30, 40 years or more.
Doesn’t $499 seem like a bargain when you think about it that way? How about $99 a week for five weeks? That’s what you are looking at with T360 diet.
The T360 diet plan isn’t like most other diets on the market. We use the science of ketosis to produce rapid, dramatic weight loss and an accompanying drop in blood sugar. Ketosis is a metabolic state that predisposes your body into burning fat like you’ve probably never burned fat before.
You won’t be losing water weight. You won’t be losing muscle. You will be losing fat. You may look down and think your scale is stuck in reverse. You might need to buy some new, slimmer sizes. But that’s a good thing.
Because you won’t be tired all the time.
Because you won’t be as moody.
Because you won’t be in danger of losing your eyesight.
Because you won’t be facing an increased risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke.
When you look at this way, $499 is the bargain of a lifetime.