Prepare to be shocked… it’s exactly what we all suspected…
—-Important Message for Any Man Wondering Why He Can’t Lose Weight—-
Why “eat less and move more” is making us all fatter
Most people have heard it at least a dozen times…
To lose fat, you should “eat less and move more.”
But what if I told you that this was completely FALSE?
What if I told you that I have proof this makes us fatter?
What if I showed you how doing the opposite actually works to lose belly fat, raise testosterone, and increase the quality of men’s “rockiness”?
Here is the proof… with tens of thousands of men reporting back, and a shocking fat loss finding:
This fruit can regenerate pancreas beta cells
Damage to the pancreas and the Leydig cells and the thymus… is one of the central problems in diabetes.
This applies to “pre diabetics” just as much…
Men are familiar with how diabetes kills beta cells…
…but the other cells that diabetes kills are also very important — and this is why type 2 diabetics are so unhealthy and have so many male “rockiness” problems.
So let’s start with the pancreas…
Within the pancreas, beta cells produce insulin. And insulin plays a major role in controlling blood sugar.
The loss of pancreatic beta cells is one of the major reasons for diabetic symptoms.
Recently, a number of berries have shown promising results in diabetes experiments.
One study indicated that blueberries could help the pancreas regenerate critical beta cells.
If this is correct, it could have huge implications for diabetics.
These researchers conducted animal experiments at Michigan Technological University. Nutrition and Metabolism published the results.
The experiments involved two groups of male mice.
They fed both groups of mice a high-fat diet that reliably causes obesity and type 2 diabetes in mice.
They supplemented one of these groups of mice with blueberry powder.
“Mice received either a high-fat diet containing 60% fat or a modified high-fat diet supplemented with 4% freeze-dried whole blueberry powder.”
The experiment lasted for 14 weeks. The researchers tested blood sugar and insulin levels throughout the experiment.
At the end of the experiment, the researchers examined the health of the pancreas.
Blueberry powder supplementation improved blood sugar and insulin in mice fed a high-fat diet.
“The blueberry-supplemented diet significantly increased insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance.”
This is not a surprising result, as it has been shown in multiple previous experiments.
The real discovery here related to changes in pancreatic beta cells.
Blueberry supplementation protected insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells.
“Blueberry increased beta cell survival.”
This increased survival rate of pancreatic beta cells might slow or prevent the onset of diabetes.
Beta cells are produced in structures called islets.
Islets tend to grow and expand over time – so small islets are likely to be new islets.
Blueberry-supplemented mice had a large number of small – and likely new – islets.
This indicates that blueberries may help the pancreas to regenerate itself, protecting its ability to produce insulin.
This could be why blueberries improve blood sugar and insulin levels.
“Blueberry supplementation may increase beta cell neogenesis or regeneration, as shown by the increased number of small islets.”
Regeneration of the pancreas has been a long-term goal of diabetes researchers.
Not too long ago, many experts believed it was impossible.
If the indicators are correct, this study may lead to a treatment that can reverse diabetes.
“The most important finding was the observation of presence of small scattered islets in blueberry-treated obese mice, which may reflect a potential role of blueberry in regenerating pancreatic beta cells.”
The results are relevant to both type 2 diabetes and type 1 diabetes.
“Blueberry supplementation has the potential to protect and improve health conditions for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes patients.”
Blueberries are shown to improve blood sugar and insulin in mice and humans.
This new research indicates they might help fix the pancreas.
“Blueberry-supplemented diet can prevent obesity-induced insulin resistance by improving insulin sensitivity and protecting pancreatic beta cells.”
In the last few years, experiments have shown that a number of plants may help to regenerate the pancreas.
In addition to blueberries, these include bitter melon and garlic.
“A number of herbs have been reported to induce the neogenesis of islets from the pre-existing islet cells.”
Regenerating pancreatic beta cells could significantly improve the health of millions of people.
“The potentiality of blueberry in regenerating pancreatic beta cells will provide a new, promising, welcome option for the patients who have lost function [of those] cells.”
The scientist called for further investigation to verify the results.
“Further studies are needed to define the molecular mechanisms underlying blueberry-mediated protective effects in islets and potential beta cell regeneration.”
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health related problems.
—-Important Message for Prediabetic and Diabetic Men—-
Are these 5 foods giving men blood sugar problems?
For decades, the U.S. government has been telling men to eat these 5 foods…
And yet, real studies show these 5 foods CAUSE prediabetic and diabetic symptoms in men.
Could it be that Big Pharma has “captured” the U.S. government guidelines?
It seems that Big Pharma will do anything to keep annual profits high ($200 billion and climbing)…
So today, following government guidelines, we’re sicker than ever.
More than 29 million adults in the U.S. — over 10 percent of the population — currently have diabetes or prediabetes symptoms…
And most shockingly — the foods that Big Pharma recommends to prevent diabetes symptoms are actually making the symptoms WORSE.