Proof that eating MORE sugar can prolong your life
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This strange method gets men rockier than the Grand Canyon
Remember being a teenager and having no problem getting rocky?
In fact, sometimes you got rocky when you didn’t want to, LOL.
Well I miss that…now I’m not as rocky as I used to be…
Is it because I’m drinking a lot?
Am I stressed? Tired?
Is it my diet?
Turns out, it’s none of those…and I found something that can bring back the erections you remember from your younger days…
This is what happens to your heart when you don’t eat sugar
The keto-craze of the last decade shows no signs of abating.
It seems that no amount of research contradicting the idea that high-fat/low-carb diets are healthy will slow this deadly juggernaut.
Yes, sick people tend to have blood sugar spikes.
But no, sugar is NOT causing their problems.
A recent study added more evidence against the high-fat craze.
Healthy young men fed a high-fat, low-carb diet for one week showed all the signs of developing cardiovascular disease and impaired blood sugar management.
The human experiments were carried out at the University of British Columbia Okanagan, Kelowna, Canada. The results were published in the journal Nutrients.
Massive spikes in blood sugar after eating are a sure sign that something has gone wrong metabolically.
These blood sugar spikes are closely tied to type II diabetes and the development of cardiovascular disease.
“Postprandial hyperglycemia has been linked to elevated risk of cardiovascular disease.”
Endothelial damage is one of the precursors to cardiovascular disease.
The endothelium is the barrier which separates the blood vessels from the rest of the body.
”Endothelial dysfunction and damage may be one of the mechanisms through which cardiovascular disease occurs.”
The endothelial blood vessel barriers become damaged people with type II diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
These experiments were designed to look at the effect of the high-fat and low-carb diet on markers of endothelial damage. (And therefore the risk of cardiovascular disease.)
They tested markers of endothelial damage after a glucose challenge test.
“We determined whether acute glucose ingestion will increase markers of endothelial damage before and after a short term low-carb, high-fat diet.”
The researchers recruited nine healthy, lean young men.
The men drank 2.5 ounces of glucose sugar before having numerous markers of endothelial function and blood sugar management measured.
Then the men started the experimental high-fat diet.
Fat intake as a percentage of daily calories went from 37% up to 71%.
The men dropped their carbohydrate intake from 46% to 11% on average.
Protein intake remained similar on the experimental diet which lasted for one week.
Then the men carried out the oral glucose tolerance test again.
And again the researchers ran the same labs looking at endothelial health and blood sugar.
The high-fat diet impaired blood sugar management.
(Keto will not improve your metabolic issues.)
“One week of the high-fat diet caused a relative impairment in glucose homeostasis in young healthy males.”
The high-fat, low-carb diet led to significantly higher blood sugar levels 30, 60, and 120 minutes after the glucose challenge test.
This was compared with baseline when the men ate their normal, lower fat diet.
Fat impairs blood sugar management.
Endothelial function (cardiovascular disease risk) was assessed a number of different ways.
First, the researchers looked at the levels of proteins in the blood which indicate endothelial damage.
The high-fat diet increased levels of these alarming proteins — called CD31+/CD42b- EMP.
“After the high-fat diet, CD31+/CD42b- EMPs were elevated at 1 hour.”
Those protein tests indicate increased endothelial damage after the high-fat diet.
The researchers also looked at flow mediated dilation — a classic test of endothelial health.
The high-fat diet caused detrimental changes in flow mediated dilation — meaning an increase in cardiovascular disease risk.
“There was also a reduction in flow mediated dilation in the fasting state following the high-fat diet.”
The high-fat, low-carb diet causes harm to blood sugar management and increases the risk of endothelial dysfunction.
High-fat diets are not good for your cardiovascular system.
“Week of low carbohydrate high-fat feeding leads to a relative impairment and glucose homeostasis in healthy young adults and may predispose the endothelium to hyperglycemia induced damage.”
Men who eat sugar, BURN sugar — and here’s why that’s a GREAT thing
Do you know what eventually happens to men who only burn fat and not sugar?
Their metabolic rate plummets…and then come the side effects…
Diabetes, low testosterone, “rockiness” problems, obesity, more age-related diseases, even cancer…
So what men want is a sugar-burning metabolism…
Because a sugar-burning metabolism is the key to remaining healthy naturally, and feeling youthful, no matter how old you are.
In fact, men with sugar-burning metabolisms often experience these benefits:
- Less belly fat and more lean muscle mass
- Long-lasting and firm “rockiness” in virtually all men, no matter how long it’s been
- Restores sexual vigor and stamina, even in men who are on multiple medications
- Fixes blood sugar issues without medications
- Perfect for pre-diabetic men who want to regain their health, and diabetic men who are sick of suffering from the symptoms…
- …and much more…