Research shows that as many as 75% of overweight people
and 40% of normal-weight people suffer from a biological imbalance involving insulin.
If you can firmly grasp the concepts that:
1) excessive carbohydrates increases blood levels of insulin;
2) insulin is a fat storage hormone, that converts those carbohydrates into stored body fat;
3) the only way to control insulin is through controlling your carbohydrate diet,
then you can start to understand why your struggle started in the first place.
Many people produce so much insulin that their bodies are unable to absorb it all.
As a result they wind up with an excess of insulin in their bloodstream.
This imbalance leads to a cycle in which they experience overpowering cravings
for a carbohydrate diet such as breads, pastas, snack foods and cakes.
When they eat carbohydrates, the body releases even more insulin.
The result is constant hunger pangs intense
and recurrent cravings for excess carbohydrates, easy weight gain,
and difficulty losing weight.
Insulin’s job is to remove excess glucose from the bloodstream as fast as possible,
which simply means, these excess carbohydrates get stored in your body as fat.
It is now known that insulin also tells the body not to burn any stored fat.
So there is a compound effect from excess carbohydrates-carbohydrates get
converted to new fat, and the old fat doesn’t get metabolized ( burned).
We need to understand that decreasing our carbohydrate intake can do a lot of good.
Reducing carbohydrate intake reduces insulin levels.
Reducing insulin levels results in weight loss, more energy,
lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels and dramatically reduces the risk of
being inflicted with the debilitating disease called Alzheimer.
Research from as far back as 2005 has found that high glucose
and insulin causes Alzheimer.
The problem usually occurs only when synthetic (pharmaceutical) insulin
is injected directly into the bloodstream.
Insulin injections introduces too much insulin into your body
and causes all kinds of problems -
diabetes, Alzheimer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart attacks and obesity.
Insulin injections causes Type I diabetes.
If you never receive insulin injections you will never be diagnosed as having Type I diabetes.
Drugs to allegedly control higher blood pressure causes diabetes.
Millions are falsely diagnosed as having high blood pressure in order to create millions
of new diabetic patients each year.
Beta blocker drugs are needlessly prescribed to people
with natural variations in blood pressure.
Doctors and pharmaceuticals company have simply called a natural body function
as a disease in order to make money.
They falsely claim there is no cure in order to profit from you for life.
They falsely claim you have the disease of high blood pressure when in fact
your body is functioning normally –
low blood pressure is when you are calm and relaxed and higher blood pressure
when you are stressed, worried, scared or traumatized.
Blood pressure variations is natural.
When you get older your blood pressure naturally increases – it is not a disease.
Pharmaceutical companies and family physicians just call it a disease in order to make money.
Once they trick you into taking toxic high blood pressure drugs
they soon trick you into believing you have Type II diabetes.
Blood pressure drugs causes your blood sugar levels to fluctuate.
They block natural insulin (made by your body) from performing its function –
remove excess glucose (sugar) from the bloodstream.
You fall for their trap when they administer a blood glucose test.
Because of the blood pressure drugs your blood glucose will always be higher than normal.
Because of this effect your doctor now tells you that you have diabetes -
what they call a disease in which there are high levels of sugar in the blood.
Why is there high levels of sugar in your blood?
You are consuming way too much carbohydrates and you have been taking
high blood pressure drugs which were manufactured to block the absorption of sugar.
See the trap they set for you.
The cure to diabetes, Alzheimer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol,
heart attacks and obesity is reduce you carbohydrate intact
and DO NOT take beta blockers or insulin injections.
The secret to permanent weight loss is to encourage the body
to keep blood sugar levels low,
thereby suppressing the secretion of insulin (The Fat Storage Hormone)
and increasing the secretion of glucagon (The Fat Burning Hormone).
It is common knowledge in both the research and clinical worlds that a balanced diet
will essentially shut down an excessive production of insulin,
and allow glucagon full access to your vast store of energy.
Thus, permanent weight loss involves balancing your carbohydrate diet
by using the macronutrients called protein, fat, and carbohydrates (which includes fiber)
to stimulate the release of glucagon.
When you consume even a few carbohydrates, like a candy bar,
your blood insulin concentration is increased up to 10-fold within a few minutes.
In the textbook of Medical Physiology:
Page 977, it states that insulin levels will reach 10-25 times above normal
to get rid of excess glucose (sugar), and continues to stay elevated even 2-3 hours
after the carbohydrates are eaten.
Insulin’s job is to remove the resulting excess glucose from the bloodstream
as fast as possible, which simply means these excess carbohydrates get stored as fat.
High levels of insulin blocks glucagon from operating effectively within the body.
Glucagon’s primary function is to unlock stored body fat,
enabling the body to burn that stored fat, for energy.
If there is too much insulin in the body, glucagon is essentially blocked
from unlocking the fat,
and the body is denied its ability to use the fat banks it·s been saving.
Excess carbohydrate consumption locks the doors to stored fat!
This results in more and more fat accumulating in the body;
none of it ever being made available for conversion to muscle energy.
Insulin also causes the retention of sodium, which causes the retention of fluid,
which causes higher blood pressure (high and low blood pressure
are normal body functions – not a disease) and fluid retention,
which causes congestive heart failure.
What is the first thing doctors prescribe to their patients who they claim are diabetic?
What this means is that you family doctor is actually making you sicker
by increasing insulin levels.
They are making it increasingly harder for your body to lower your blood sugar levels
and burn off stored fat every time you take their ill advise
and inject artificially made insulin into your body.
Remember – when insulin levels are high, fewer calories are burned
and more calories are transformed to fat.
Conversely, when insulin levels are low, more calories are burned,
fewer calories turn into fat, and body weight tends to decrease.
Body fat can’t be burned when the body is busy converting
excess carbohydrates into more body fat.
Losing excess fat and controlling blood sugar levels is a matter of controlling insulin
and your carbohydrate diet.
By controlling insulin levels, you control blood sugar levels and the storage of fat.
The cure for diabetes, Alzheimer, high blood pressure, high cholesterol,
heart attacks and obesity is that simple.
Foods and Supplements That Naturally Lowers Blood Sugar Levels
Researchers have found that cinnamon reduces blood sugar levels naturally
when taken daily.
If you absolutely love cinnamon you can sprinkle the recommended six grams
of cinnamon on your food throughout the day to achieve the desired effect.
If you are not that big a fan of cinnamon there is another alternative…cinnamon capsules.
This gives you the recommended cinnamon dose all in one tidy capsule.
To help your body’s cells respond properly to insulin you can use Chromium.
There are studies that are finding that people with diabetes have lower Chromium levels
that people without the disease.
So how do you add Chromium to your diet?
Brewer’s yeast (used to make beer0 is a rich source of minerals — particularly chromium,
an essential trace mineral that helps the body maintain normal blood sugar levels;
selenium; protein; and the B-complex vitamins.
You can buy it at your local health food store in capsule or tablet form.
It has a slight bitter tatste and should not be confused with baker’s yeast,
nutritional yeast, or torula yeast; all those types of yeast are low in chromium.
Brewer’s yeast has been used for years as a nutritional supplement.
It controls blood sugar levels and insulin levels naturally.
Zinc: The mineral Zinc plays a huge role in your body’s production and storage of insulin.
It is now being brought to light that people with diabetes have a Zinc deficiency.
You can go about increasing the Zinc in your diet by either taking a supplement
or by eating foods that are high in Zinc.
This would include lamb, oysters, pecans, almonds, chicken and sardines.
Foods That Lowers Blood Pressure Naturally
Cutting out foods that are rapidly converted to sugar, such as pasta, bread,
potatoes, rice and cereal is key to lowering blood pressure.
Cutting out foods that are high in fructose (natural sugar),
including fruit like mangoes, raisins and grapes.
The following foods as part of an overall healthy lifestyle
to reduce hypertension and prevent it.
Leafy greens: These plants are easy to grow in your own yard and are high in
fiber and vitamin A, and low in sugars.
Recent research suggests that inorganic nitrates, found in these plants,
may relax the blood vessels, allowing blood to flow more freely.
Green peas: Green peas also contain plenty of fiber and vitamins.
Tomatoes: The chemical lycopene, responsible for tomato’s bright color, is a powerful antioxidant.
Sweet potatoes: Sweet potatoes contain fiber, vitamin A and antioxidants, as well.
Winter squash: Also high in fiber, beta carotene and vitamin A.
Berries: Recent study found that eating a cup of blueberries
or strawberries weekly lowers high blood pressure.
Apricots: Apricots are a good source of fiber and potassium,
which has been shown to reduce or prevent high blood pressure.
Bananas: Also high in potassium, bananas help remove excess sodium from the body.
Cantaloupe: High in potassium and beta carotene, cantaloupe is refreshing alone,
in fruit salads or blended in smoothies.
Incorporating these fruits and vegetables into your diet
will do more than just reduce your blood pressure.
Fruits and vegetables are low in calories, aiding in weight loss, and you’ll have more energy, as well.
Friday, September 16th, 2011