12-Week A1C Crusher

Reset your body, reset diabetes.

The 12-Week A1C Program is designed to reduce your A1C level by at least 1%, give you flexibility with nutrition, provide a clearly defined fitness plan, give actionable insights towards insulin management, and develop a positive mental approach towards type 1 diabetes.

A better approach to type 1 diabetes.

An endocrinologist can only dedicate a few hours of the year towards helping you manage diabetes. A proven plan that reduces insulin resistance, adjusts to your lifestyle, and allows you to live free is a better way of approaching diabetes. The 12-Week A1C Crusher Program was built for type 1 diabetics who want to get control of their blood sugar and stop stressing over the ups and downs.

The A1C Crusher Program paves the way for you to:

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It's easy to get caught up in the mumbo-jumbo of nutrition, fitness, and diabetes management. Most sources overcomplicate type 1 diabetes. Super Diabetic keeps it simple. This program is based on four key pillars that are fundamental to managing type 1 diabetes effectively. Those pillars are Nutrition, Fitness, Insulin Management, and Mentality.

What are the four pillars?

Nutrition

Proper nutrition is important for type 1 diabetics, but it doesn’t need to be complicated. Soon, you’ll know how to calculate the exact amount of carbs, protein, and calories you need each day.

Fitness

If you really want to get complete control of diabetes, pair a top-notch nutritional strategy with a fitness plan designed to make you lean and strong.

Insulin Management

The goal is to take less insulin for more carbs. By the end of this program, you will have achieved that goal. We get there by reducing insulin resistance, which is the culprit of most issues a diabetic faces.

Mentality

A strong mentality and a positive approach towards diabetes are extremely important. When you learn to appreciate diabetes and its gifts, you become unstoppable.

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How does the program work?

This is a self-paced, 12-week program designed to reduce your A1C by at least 1%. We do this by tackling the four pillars of type 1 diabetes.

Those pillars are nutrition, fitness, insulin management, and mentality.

The two most important pillars are nutrition and fitness. Without those two working together, it becomes very difficult to control blood glucose. In this program, we define exactly how many carbs, proteins, and calories you need to eat each day, as well as a full-fledged premium fitness plan consisting of three phases over the course of three months.

Then, once the first two pillars are put in place, you’ll see your blood sugar begin to change. Over time, your insulin resistance will decrease, allowing you to take less insulin for more carbs. This calls for new insulin strategies.

Then, we close by going over the mental aspects of diabetes. By aligning our goals with our mindset, we can make living with type 1 diabetes a rewarding and positive experience.

Before/After the program.

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After:

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Meet your instructor.

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Hi! I’m Matthew (Matt), an entrepreneur and writer who’s been a type 1 diabetic for over seven years.

At first, I struggled with diabetes, averaging A1C levels above 8.0% for the first four years following my diagnosis. By 2018, I knew it was time to slow down and figure out how I could gain control.

My first job was to figure out a nutrition regimen that allowed me to eat what I wanted but still keep my blood sugar in control. The second step was pairing my nutrition with a fitness regimen that made me stronger and leaner, thus reducing insulin resistance while looking good at the same time. Then, it was time to monitor the results and carefully manage and adjust insulin intakes as my body changed. Finally, but not least, I needed to construct a better mental approach towards diabetes. I consider this the most important aspect above all. A positive mentality aligned with your goals is the key to success.

With these four critical pillars combined and working together, my experimentation led to the method I’ve laid out in the 12-Week A1C Crusher Program. Within three months, my A1C declined from 8.1% to 6.3% and has never gone back. I can honestly say that this program is one of the greatest experiments that I’ve ever stumbled across in my life. After three years of further testing and defining each pillar, the A1C Crusher is a powerful blueprint for long-term diabetes management.

My goal is to help as many type 1 diabetics as possible make the leap from bad or mediocre blood sugars to becoming as accurate and as strong as a superhero.

12-Week A1C Crusher

$79.99

One Payment
Lifetime Access to full program

What's included?

4 Main Program Modules

12-Week Nutrition Protocol

Three Month Fitness Plan

Training Guidelines

Advanced Macronutrient Calculations

Insulin Management Tips and Strategies

Mental Reinforcement Tips

Communication Access to Instructor

12-Week A1C Crusher

$79.99

One Payment
Lifetime Access to full program

What's included?

4 Main Program Modules

12-Week Nutrition Protocol

Three Month Fitness Plan

Training Guidelines

Advanced Macronutrient Calculations

Insulin Management Tips and Strategies

Mental Reinforcement Tips

Communication Access to Instructor

Frequently asked questions.

A 12-week, all-inclusive program designed by a type 1 diabetic, for type 1 diabetics. Its intention is to make it easier to manage blood glucose, become leaner and stronger, look good, feel good, eat healthier, live a great lifestyle, and become a Super Diabetic.

Anyone who wants to live a better life with type 1 diabetes, gain control over their blood sugar, reduce their A1C by at least 1%, take less insulin for more carbs, and become leaner and stronger.

Nope! Either will work just fine. Both methods are addressed in the program.

Not at all! Whatever technology you use will work with the program!

That’s fine! But ask yourself a few questions: Does this routine help me control my blood sugar? Am I able to stay lean with this routine, or am I adding fat (bulking)? Am I working out so much that I’m having to eat more calories/carbs?

This program is designed as a cut/recomposition routine. The problem with a routine that requires a surplus in calories is that we’re having to eat more carbs which goes against our goal in this program. Here, we want to reduce carbs and reset our bodies so that we can gain control. From there, we can start adding more carbs and calories to our day. Future programs will be coming out that are designed for lean bulking (calorie surplus without adding too much fat).

If you adhere to the nutritional and fitness guidelines, you should. I can’t guarantee that you will for sure, but the program is designed to help you lose weight in an effort to reduce insulin resistance.

Not currently. However, this may become a feature in the future.

The exercises are based on having gym equipment available. There is a section that provides simple at-home exercises though. These exercises will work to some effect, but for best results, I highly recommend joining a gym.

While the program is designed for type 1 diabetics specifically, the four pillars apply to all diabetics. In the future, we may be rolling out new products designed for other types of diabetes.

No! While the fitness regimen of the program might work best for those in the 20 years to 40-year-old demographic, the principles of the four pillars apply to all type 1 diabetics. If you find that the fitness program is too intense, feel free to reduce the weight and volume of each exercise. Listen to your body. Don’t overdo it. Parents, if you feel the strength training exercises aren’t appropriate for your child due to their age, I recommend using the cardio guidelines that I lay out in the program, but at a higher volume. You may find that the program doesn’t work as well, though.

My general recommendation is to eat at a maintenance level in calories and become more lenient with carbs. I’m developing other programs that will give you a guide for lean bulking, giving you a year-round plan for managing diabetes. Until those programs are released, stick with maintenance level calories or repeat the program.