Any armchair mechanic knows the secret to fixing just about anything. It’s a trick that works at least 80 percent of the time.
Bang on it twice. And if that doesn’t do the trick, unplug it… count to 15… and plug it back in again.
Hey, it works!
Well, my friend, it turns out your body has something in common with TVs, toaster ovens, and computers. And it’s especially true when it comes to diabetes.
You can do the equivalent of resetting some of the most critical cells in your body for regulating blood sugar.
Yes, friend, you can REBOOT your beta cells!
Beat diabetes with a beta cell reset
You probably know the basics already.
The beta cells in your pancreas are like a fire station.
When you eat sugar or any other carb, glucose levels in the blood jump.
There’s your fire.
The beta cells get the alarm and crank out insulin to help your body to burn up the sugar for energy or store it for later.
But when you have too MUCH glucose too often, your body stops responding effectively to insulin. Your beta cells might start to make more, at first. But eventually, they burn out.
And that’s how you get type 2 diabetes.
Now, new animal research reveals a natural therapy that can act like a couple of bangs on the side of the pancreas… and maybe unplugging and plugging those beta cells.
When rats with the rodent equivalent of diabetes were given all-natural ginkgo biloba, those beta cells basically came back to life… and they began cranking out insulin again.
It wasn’t just a little bump in production, either.
They reached almost NORMAL levels!
Naturally restore insulin-producing cells
The ginkgo also increased antioxidant levels. That, in turn, led to lower levels of oxidative stress, especially in the pancreas… the home of those critical beta cells.
Obviously, we’d like to see some human studies to verify it works precisely the same way in us.
But ginkgo is safe, inexpensive, and easy to get, so you can give it a shot yourself. Just check with your doc first to make sure it doesn’t interfere with anything you might be taking. He can also help you figure out what dose you should try.
But don’t stop there.
There are OTHER proven natural ways to restore your beta cells.
Vitamin D, for example, can help stimulate the creation of new beta cells, providing essential reinforcements to your struggling pancreas.
Plus, the neurotransmitter GABA can protect beta cells and help your body to grow new ones. And the best part? Your own body can make its OWN GABA.
Just boost your levels of glutamate-rich foods such as nuts (especially almonds), lentils, bananas, broccoli, spinach, and citrus.
So why not go ahead and give your body the old Armchair Mechanic reboot? What have you got to lose… well, EXCEPT diabetes, of course.