The scientists studied 11 people with diabetes and compared them to a control group. Using sophisticated testing including MRI Imaging, they measured their blood sugar and insulin responses, cholesterol levels and fat in the pancreas and liver before and after diet changes. They did this at weeks 1,4 and 8.
What they found was nothing short of incredible. The fat deposits in the pancreas and liver went away. Blood sugars normalized after just a week, triglycerides dropped by half in one week, and reduced 10-fold after just 8 weeks. The test subjects became more insulin sensitive and all evidence of diabetes was gone. In just 8 weeks!
The food industry and the pharmaceutical giants are laughing at us – all the way to the bank!
The World Health Organization calls diabetes a “slow motion castastrophe”. From an estimated 30 million people living with it in 1985, to 171 million in 2,000, a minimum of 366 million people will have been diagnosed with diabetes by 2030.
All you have to do is watch TV or your computer for an hour or so and you’ll see that the majority of ads and commercials are for either processed food, fast food or pharmaceutical drugs. It should come as no surprise that many pharmaceutical giants have a stake in food production companies. They work with the food industry to ensure that we eat chemical-laded, processed food that eventually makes us sick, and leads us to taking their overpriced drugs.
United Healthcare estimates that over the next decade the U.S. alone will spend $3.4 TRILLION in costs related to diabetes. In an excellent expose, The Huffington Post said “The Toxic Triad of Big Farming, Big Food and Big Pharma profits from creating a nation of sick and fat citizens.”
“Right now we’re having a diabetes epidemic,” said American Diabetes Association President for health and education Geralyn Spollett, an associate nursing Professor at Yale University’s Diabetes Center.
Bottom line: Take charge of your health today. Eat lots of fresh fruits and vegetables and high fiber foods … get out and get some exercise …avoid sugar … take a good multivitamin and some insulin balancing nutrients like alpha lipoic acid … and see your healthcare provider for regular checkups and monitor your blood sugar and keep your weight down.
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