When it comes to your body, standard medicine separates it into pieces, and treats each one with often unnecessary surgeries and drugs.
Have a blood sugar problem? Right, diabetes it is, and here’s a drug that works in your pancreas.
This works for them. They make billions from this kind of “sick care.”
But that isn’t working for us. We’re now discovering that supposedly safe drugs are wreaking havoc on our bodies. Tylenol warps your brain. Antibiotics cause food allergies. Antidepressants may cause autism.
And the host of new diabetes and blood sugar drugs? Who knows what these things are going to do to people over the next 20 years.
The good news that Big Pharma doesn’t want you to know is that there’s a nutrient that you already know has tremendous benefits for your heart and brain. It’s even anti-aging, but can also increase insulin sensitivity (improve insulin function) and lower blood sugar — naturally.
Did you ever notice that drugs are constantly found to have more side effects and dangers, whereas nutrients are always being found to have more benefits?
Resveratrol is a prime example.
A new study looked into curing insulin resistance in diabetic animals. Researchers injected the animals with resveratrol and indeed reversed the condition and significantly improved insulin sensitivity. Resveratrol even restored insulin signaling in other tissues like muscles and the liver. Not helped. Restored.
Resveratrol also repairs free radical damage to pancreatic tissue.
Blueberries, grapes, and pistachios have resveratrol, and you can eat as much as you want. But with supplementation of a nutrient, it’s important to know how much and what to take.
First thing to remember with resveratrol is that there are three, not two forms. There’s trans, cis and dihydro-resveratrol. All have health-enhancing properties, but the most studied and powerful for insulin function is the trans form.
Inexpensive resveratrol supplements will be in the cis-form. Even trans-resveratrol will turn into cis if stored improperly. This is why high-quality trans-resveratrol supplements cost a bit more.
Second, you want to take a high enough dose that it will have a positive effect on your whole body. That means not falling for the cheap 500 mg “resveratrol” pills and instead opting for at least 40 mg of pure trans-resveratrol each day.
via: INFORMATION NIGERIA