[URGENT] New Diabetes Threat Found in Food

Dear Turapür Today Reader,

It’s no secret that your food choices directly impact your chances of diabetes.

Most of us already know that avoiding processed foods loaded with sugar and refined carbs is one of the easiest ways to hop off the diabetes train.

But according to University of Texas researchers, there’s one more type of food that you should be avoiding…

And believe it or not, it’s got no added sugar!

I’m talking about beef, and for years, we’ve been told to eat more of it and other protein-rich foods to help stop diabetes.

Now it looks like if you’re eating factory-farmed, nonorganic beef, you could be in grave danger of developing diabetes.

That’s because the terrible food given to conventionally raised cattle is more likely to contain dangerous proteins called prions, which are transmitted to humans through eating beef.

In a recent study, scientists discovered that most Type 2 diabetics have clumps of a certain prion called islet amyloid polypeptide, or IAPP, in their pancreas.

In the past, researchers assumed that these prion clumps were caused by diabetes. But Texas scientists think it could be the other way around — IAPP could be causing diabetes.

To prove their theory, they injected IAPP into the pancreases of healthy mice. After just a few short weeks, the mice had serious blood sugar problems and pancreas damage, both of which cause Type 2 diabetes.

This could easily explain how some fit, healthy eaters still end up with this devastating disease.

To make things worse, there’s no real way to destroy prions without cooking your steak until it’s nothing but a pile of ashes.

Fortunately, you can easily avoid prions (and diabetes) by switching to organic meats, which are farmed and processed under strict guidelines that significantly reduce prion exposure and increase the nutritional value of the meat.

This means that making the switch to organic beef could help you stay diabetes-free and even boost your health.

Do you have feedback you want to share? Click here to drop me a line.

Regards,

Jack Taylor
Department of Research, Turapür Products

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