NEVER Get Type 2 Diabetes?! (EASY!)
Mainstream medicine is all about the bottom line.
And for Big Pharma, the best way to make money is to sell you one drug for this issue, a second drug for that one… and then a third drug for the side effect caused by the previous drug.
You get the picture.
But nature tends to be a one-stop-shop.
And one particular nutrient that can help you prevent cancer and heart disease can also reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes.
More great news about my favorite vitamin… vitamin D!
It can help reduce your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Before I get into the details of the study, let me first give you a short lesson on insulin and insulin sensitivity.
When you eat sugar or carbs, your pancreas releases insulin. Insulin works like a key to unlock the “door” of your cells so that the glucose can get into the cell and give it energy.
Over time, those insulin keys can stop working. In technical terms, this is called becoming insulin resistant.
With nowhere else to go, the glucose stays in your blood, leading to the elevated blood sugar levels that define diabetes.
Enter vitamin D.
In a study published in the European Journal of Endocrinology, researchers gave 5,000IU of vitamin D or a placebo to people who were at risk for diabetes or who had been diagnosed but weren’t yet taking medication.
After six months, a measurement of insulin sensitivity (technically called the M-value) increased by an average of 23% in the vitamin D group.
This means that supplementing with vitamin D can increase insulin sensitivity in people at risk for diabetes—or in those who have been recently diagnosed.
In other words, it can make sure those insulin keys continue working so that glucose can get into your cells.
This study falls right in line with other studies showing that having low levels of vitamin D increases your risk of developing diabetes.
I hope by now you’ve taken my advice and had your blood levels checked so you know exactly where you stand.
If they’re low, spend more time in the sun, eat more vitamin-D-rich foods, and if necessary, take a vitamin D supplement.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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