Guilt-free Cake? (Diabetics MUST Read)
You’ve heard the saying, “Have your cake and eat it, too.”
If you’re diabetic or prediabetic, that’s all that is… a saying.
Because eating cake, pizza, and cookies, and everything else that makes you happy – is a big no-no.
Well if you’re trying to stave off diabetes, I’ve got great news for you today.
Scientists have found a way for you to have your cake…
Yes, and eat it too.
Researchers wanted to find out if restricting when you eat could have an impact on blood sugar.
To test this, men at risk for type 2 diabetes limited when they ate for one week. The men ate for a nine-hour period during the day, either from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or from noon to 9 p.m.
But here’s the key part – during that time period, they ate anything they wanted to.
After just one week of restricting their eating window, the men experienced improved glucose control.
That’s right… their glucose control improved without making a single change to their diet.
That’s because they restricting eating to a time of day that their bodies were better able to deal with the nutrient load. Doing this also gives your body more of a break at night.
The researchers called this time restricted eating, but it’s really just another word for intermittent fasting—which is when you limit your eating to a specific window in the day.
And while this particular study focused on a limited 9-hour window, even doing a 12-hour window would be beneficial.
It’s something I do multiple times a week.
This study showed that better glucose control is just another in an ever–growing list of benefits associated with intermittent fasting.
Others include lower insulin levels and reduced insulin resistance, increased energy, weight loss, reduced inflammation, lower blood pressure, and possibly even helping prevent cancer!
That’s a LOT of benefits for a way of eating (and a way of life) that essentially allows you to have your cake and eat it too! (As long as it’s during a certain time of day, of course.)
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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