“Mealtime Hack” DESTROYS Diabetes?! (Must-Read)

If you have diabetes, you know the drill…  

Before you put anything into your mouth you have to check your blood sugar. 

In fact, it feels like you’re spending half of your life whipping out that glucose monitor to make sure your numbers aren’t too high or too low.  

It’s a reality that can be incredibly frustrating, especially around the holidays when all you want to do is indulge in delicious holiday meals and treats without a second thought.  

Well, friend, I have some good news. There’s a “mealtime hack” that,  according to new research, could be game-changing for anyone with diabetes! 

Researchers from the Intermountain Healthcare Heart Institute have found that intermittent fasting helps reduce inflammation – which is a well-known ‘trigger’ for diabetes. 

Intermittent fasting is when you eat all your meals within a 6-to-8-hour window each day. So instead of earing during the traditional breakfast, lunch, and dinner time frames… you eat during a specific ‘eating window.’ 

But intermittent fasting isn’t just some ‘fad’ diet.  

Studies have found that an intermittent fasting eating ‘lifestyle’ comes with all kinds of health benefits… including lower blood pressure and a healthy weight.   

And now, the scientists behind this latest study say intermittent fasting works so well against inflammation, that it helps your body just like a prescription diabetes medication… 

But, without any of the side effects that come with diabetes drugs!  

Over the course of six months, study authors examined how fasting can affect the body’s galectin-3 levels – which is a protein linked to bodily inflammatory responses.  

The higher your galectin-3 levels are, the better your body can control and regulate inflammation.  

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The study found that when folks ‘fasted’ they had much higher amounts of galectin-3 compared to folks who didn’t fast.  

But that’s not all fasting did… 

The researchers also noted that intermittent fasting led to lower rates of both HOMA-IR (insulin resistance) and MSS (metabolic syndrome).  

These findings are important because according to the study, these effects are very similar to SGLT-2 inhibitors, a type of drug used to lower high glucose levels primarily among type 2 diabetes patients. 

In other words, intermittent fasting can work just like one of the top diabetes drugs out there… but without the risk (and high-cost)! 

If you are thinking about trying intermittent fasting, it’s easier than you think – and you don’t have to cut out flavorful foods. 

For example, you could eat your first meal of the day at 11 a.m. and your ‘final’ meal (aka dinner) at 6 p.m. 

Both meals could easy have a quality source of protein (like salmon), a nutrient-rich vegetable (like spinach or kale), and a satisfying starch (like brown rice or a sweet potato). 

This will ensure you’re getting plenty of vitamins and minerals WITHOUT sacrificing taste… or overdoing it on the calories late in the day. 

Be sure to have a conversation with your doctor about intermitting fasting before trying it. 

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