Dip a Stick is a simple test for early diabetes detection

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Revolutionary product provides highly accurate readings and is inexpensive, painless and easy to use.

Allie Beatty knows all too well that early detection of diabetes can significantly reduce the risk of additional complications.

“My diabetes was not diagnosed until I was an adult and I paid the price,” says Beatty. “I had 29 years of complications that included a coma, strokes, partial blindness, and kidney failure.

“There are over 8 million people in the US who have diabetes and don’t know. I want to do something for those people, enabling them to get medical help before it’s too late.”


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Beatty has reinvented Dip a Stick, a simple test for diabetes. The user just dips the stick into a cup of urine and the color coding on the dipstick indicates the level of glucose. There’s no need for a blood sample or a doctor visit.

Dip a Stick provides an accurate way to detect signs of diabetes and is inexpensive, painless and easy to use.

“Regular urine checks with Dip a Stick will help identify signs of diabetes,” Beatty says. “It’s important that you discuss the results with a healthcare provider. My experiences in life have given me the opportunity to develop a way for others to live a healthy life with early diabetes detection.”

Beatty needs some help, however, in marketing this new product. The budget for manufacturing, shipping and publicizing Dip a Stick is about $40,000. In order to generate this capital, she has launched an Indiegogo campaign, which can be viewed at www.indiegogo.com/projects/dip-a-stick-for-diabetes–2

Donations of any amount are welcome. For a $20 contribution, backers will receive a package of Dip a Stick dipsticks. These are available in the US only and shipping is free.

Beatty, an active diabetes advocate, also has a free newsletter, Allie’s Voice About Diabetes, which can be accessed at www.alliesvoice.com. The newsletter, available through e-mail subscription, reports on cutting-edge diabetes research and includes product reviews as well as videos on relevant topics.

“According to healthcare providers, early detection and proper management of diabetes is instrumental to living a healthy life,” says Beatty. “It’s preventative medicine. This type of campaign to raise awareness of diabetes was not around in 1985 when I was diagnosed.

“Using Dip a Stick to detect diabetes is as important as wearing a seat belt to reduce injury in a car accident. Nobody plans to have a car accident but most people wear a seat belt. Wouldn’t you want to protect yourself and your family from diabetes with the diabetes detection of Dip a Stick?”

For additional information, visit www.indiegogo.com/projects/dip-a-stick-for-diabetes–2; the Dip a Stick website, www.dipastick.com; or the Dip a Stick Facebook page, www.facebook.com/alliesvoice

Beatty can be reached directly at AlliesVoice@aol.com

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Allie Beatty
Allie Beatty

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Company Name: Your Welcome Body, Inc.
Contact Person: Allie Beatty
Email: AlliesVoice@aol.com
Phone: 888-527-0509
City: Port Jefferson
State: NY
Country: United States
Website: http://www.dipastick.com