[Discovered!] The 6-Hour Diabetes Fix
Let’s be honest.
When most people hear about a cure for diabetes, they think, “yeah right.”
So I don’t blame you if you think that it’s a far-fetched possiblibilty… especially one that claims to work in just six hours.
But for the men who were able to stop taking their insulin, they went from skeptics to believers.
And if you follow this easy 6-hour fix… you could, too.
When it comes to intermittent fasting, the list of benefits just keeps growing.
There are two main ways to practice intermittent fasting:
- Restrict eating to a six-hour window (fasting for 18 hours a day)
- Eating five days a week (and fasting for two)
Either way, by limiting the amount fuel you’re feeding your body, you’re flipping a key metabolic switch that changes your body from fat-storing mode to fat-burning mode.
And while weight-loss might be the most obvious, visible benefit, it’s just the beginning.
Studies have shown that intermittent fasting can help improve brain function and neuroplasticity (which is the ability of your brain to change and adapt throughout your life).
It can help you fight stress and improve your memory.
It can help lower blood pressure.
It can even help you maintain muscle mass.
And like I mentioned earlier, it can cure diabetes.
In a small study, men with type 2 diabetes were able to stop taking their insulin as a result of intermittent fasting.
These men lost weight, improved their HbA1C levels, and yes, even reversed their dependence on insulin.
That’s especially impressive because these men were all over 40 years old, and had been dealing with diabetes for as long as 25 years.
I’ve been practicing intermittent fasting for years.
I personally prefer the 16:8 method (fasting for a 16-hour window and eating for 8). But you can start with a longer eating window, and gradually reduce it over time.
This way of life can be difficult at first, but it won’t take your body long to adjust.
The benefits are well worth it.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
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