You never know where the next great cure will come from. But for the most part, you CAN usually bet on one thing.
It won’t come from Big Pharma!
When’s the last BIG drug breakthrough that cured a major disease? Or even just improved your life?
All they’re after is new ways to earn more cheese off the back of you and your disease.
But as it turns out, the next big thing in blood sugar control… whether you have diabetes or are at risk for it… is ACTUAL CHEESE!
New research reveals how a slice of cheddar… a hunk of gouda… or maybe even some nice, ripe bleu… could make all the difference in the world when it comes to your blood sugar.
The dairy aisle cure for high blood sugar
When you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, you get an earful of the worst advice in the world from every direction. And unfortunately, that can include from your own doctors.
High on the list are the soul-sucking diet changes they want you to make.
They’ll tell you to quit most of the foods you love… INCLUDING delicious cheese. And insist you should switch to a joyless low-fat diet that’ll make you hate every meal and maybe even your life.
But it DOESN’T have to be that way.
Controlling blood sugar means cutting CARBS, not honest animal FATS. And the new study is a case-in-point for getting plenty of them – especially when it comes from the all-natural dairy fats in your favorite cheese.
In animal tests, nibbling cheese helped to control blood sugar and improve insulin response.
And here’s the important part: It didn’t matter if it was bland and tasteless low-fat cheese or the good stuff loaded with those delicious fats.
Either way, it helped to control blood sugar.
Putting FULL FAT cheese BACK on the menu
The researchers were stunned. They not only didn’t expect it, but they’re also struggling to explain it.
What’s more, when they looked into the research, they couldn’t find anything bad about full-fat cheese.
Eating cheese DOESN’T lead to heart disease.
And it DOESN’T lead to diabetes.
They’re calling on the health authorities to update their tired old diet advice to allow real cheese. But you can bet they’ll be in no rush to make those changes.
Maybe they never will. It’s like they just LOVE making you miserable!
But as the new study shows, you can go ahead and enjoy full-fat cheese, and not just because it may help control blood sugar.
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