[Discovered!] The REAL Cause of Type 2 Diabetes
Despite all of the mainstream’s drugs and dietary advice, the number of people with type 2 diabetes keeps increasing.
That’s because most conventional treatments are only providing band-aid solutions.
I don’t want to patch problems—I want to make them disappear.
And when it comes to type 2 diabetes, scientists have made a shocking discovery that can help you do just that.
Here’s everything you need to know.
When most people hear about problems with their internal clocks—their circadian rhythm—they think about problems with sleep.
While sleep might be the most obvious clock-related problem, it’s just the tip of the iceberg of health problems caused when these clocks get out of sync.
You see, there are peripheral clocks all throughout your body that regulate metabolic functions. All of those clocks need to be in sync for your body to function like a well-oiled machine.
Previous animal studies have shown that a disruption in the circadian rhythm of cells in your pancreas disrupts the secretion of insulin and glucagon.
This was a strong indication that the disruption of the circadian clocks in pancreatic cells contributes to the development of type 2 diabetes.
Human studies also point to the same thing.
Disturbances in your body’s circadian rhythm, caused by things like working the night shift or changing time zones, can prevent the cells in the pancreas from functioning properly. These are the cells that help regulate blood sugar levels.
For this most recent study, researchers compared the pancreatic cells of people with type 2 diabetes to those without.
Sure enough, the pancreatic cells in the diabetics had disrupted circadian rhythms, which directly impacted the release of insulin and glucagon.
Just as importantly, the team found that using a compound to help reset those clocks seemed to hit the “reset button” on diabetes by boosting the secretion of insulin.
This circadian-clock-regulating compound is a flavonoid found in lemon peels called Nobiletin.
You can get this compound in various supplements.
But there’s another way to help regulate your body’s clocks that doesn’t involve any kind of drugs or supplements…
Spend more time in the sun!
Sunlight—especially early morning light—is essential for regulating your body’s internal clocks.
Add in more natural light, and take steps to cut out the artificial blue light at night, and you’ll be shocked at how much your body will benefit.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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