Except I won't blame my information sources because I'm prepared to accept the risks. JBI and others are worried about the sort who would blindly do something they read on the internet without thinking twice about the risks involved.
You didn't seek qualified advice. You've been dismissing qualified advice about diabetes this entire time.
Nor have you absolved your sources: you blatantly started this thread by asking "is this a scam?"
That's you, right there, dangling potential blame. You can pretend otherwise, but that's pointless: No one will believe you.
You're also not thinking twice about the risks, because you clearly don't even understand them
. You've openly declared what's effectively a belief in magic when it comes to evaluating all this diabetic quackery.
Meanwhile, you only seem to be worried about the tangential and elusive: aging.
If the device doesn't work, you're just fooling yourself when you think you're addressing that, even under your own terms!
You're also risking devastating and much easier to define ills: Blindness
. The literal loss of limbs
. Cardiovascular damage. Sores and blisters that never heal. Utterly debilitating diabetic neuropathy. Nephropathy, etc...
Which of these risks have you discussed? You know, other than being concerned about definitively fingering yet another infinitely proposed culprit of that that hodge-podge of interrelated biological phenomena we only call "aging"? (which, as I said, if this device doesn't work, you're clearly not helping either)