In a study
reported in the journal Diabetes Care, researchers
that by the year 2034, the number of Americans with diabetes
will nearly DOUBLE...
...from 24 million
to 44 million people. (an 83% increase)
At the same time,
the Census Bureau estimates only about a 23% increase in US
population by 2034.
So why on earth would diabetes double if the total number of
people isn't going to change that much?
If the risk is
rising that much, the most important question is what you can
you do to make sure it doesn't happen to you?
I mean, you
don't want to go blind or die or have any arms or legs cut off
by any one of the thousands of knife-wielding Dr Frankensteins
diabetes epidemic is no mystery.
In fact, it makes
a lot of sense.
goes hand in hand with a physical condition called "Syndrome X"
(aka insulin resistance) which currently affects between 65 and
70 million people in the US alone.
Syndrome X is, and why it is a major driving factor behind the
drastic increase in type II diabetes:
and the creation of diabetes
(insulin resistance) is when your body produces insulin but
doesn't use it properly. Insulin is a hormone secreted by the
pancreas that tells your cells to take in glucose so it can be
used for energy.
healthy, your food is broken down into glucose, which is
absorbed into the bloodstream and travels throughout your body.
When your blood glucose level rises after eating, the pancreas
releases insulin to alert your cells to take in and use the
So far so good...
But when someone
is insulin resistant, their cells don't respond like they should
to insulin -- they "lock the door" and won't let the glucose in.
As a result, their body needs MORE insulin to help glucose enter
The pancreas gets
stressed, desperately trying to keep up with this increased
demand for insulin, but eventually it can fail. Then excess
glucose builds up in your bloodstream, and voila -- you can
develop type II diabetes.
of Syndrome X (insulin resistance)
Many people with
Syndrome X end up developing these medical problems:
* High blood
* Elevated LDL (bad cholesterol) and triglycerides
* Coronary artery disease
* Heart attack
is mainly due to eating LOTS of refined carbohydrates (sugars,
white flour, white rice and all products made with them - there
are thousands of them). Your poor pancreas eventually can't
handle the daily onslaught of such high glycemic foods.
There is evidence
that it can be partly genetic as well.
another cause known mostly just in the research community
because it hasn't been widely publicized and/or reported on
A deficiency in
Omega-3 essential fatty acids.
acids (EPA and DHA) are found in every part of your body.
They're a MAJOR part of your cell membranes where they help
control many metabolic functions -- including the production and
release of insulin.
Plus, EPA and DHA
are fundamental building blocks of virtually every organ and
organ system, and play a crucial role in healthy physiological
So to be low in
such important nutrients can have drastic consequences from head
That's why insulin
resistant people are also candidates for the other conditions I
mentioned above -- every single bodily system and process can be
affected by an Omega-3 deficiency.
In addition, your
body depends on having the appropriate balance of Omega-6 to
Omega-3 fatty acids (experts say between 3:1 and 5:1 is best).
Having too much of one or the other leads to inflammation,
sickness and disease.
typical diet of convenient processed foods grain-fed meat and
vegetable oils are high in Omega-6 fatty acids. As a
result, an estimated 6 out of 10 Americans
have WAY too much Omega-6 and are seriously low in Omega-3.
Mountains of lab
tests have been performed that show when animals are fed a diet
high in Omega-6 oils, they become insulin resistant and obese.
But when the
animals were given Omega-3 supplements, their metabolism became
normal -- even when they continued to eat lots of Omega-6 fats.
results have been seen in humans. Australian researcher Leonard
A. Storlien has found that people whose muscle cells have low
levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and high levels of Omega-6 are far
more likely to be insulin resistant and obese.
And he also
noticed the more unbalanced the Omega-6 to 3 ratio was, the
heavier the people were.
That means if you
have a spare tire or muffin top, you are very likely high in
Omega-6s and too low in Omega-3s.
What you can
To avoid being a
Syndrome X statistic and face a future of, among other things,
type II diabetes, it's essential to ensure that your body has
the Omega-3 fatty acids it desperately needs. Literally your
health from head to toe depends on it.
The good news is
that's easy to do -- it involves just 2 simple steps:
1- Increase your intake of Omega-3 rich foods and decrease the
Omega-6 foods you eat
Taste No Pain health system can make this a snap for you.
can learn more about it and get it here.
The Great Taste No
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avoid with all the Omega 6s in them.
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2- Replenish your Omega-3 supply with pharmaceutical-grade fish
A medical-grade, Omega-3 fish oil supplement like VitalMega-3
can help you satisfy this vital need.
Just 2 capsules a
day gives you a whopping 2,000 mg of the purest, medical grade
fish oil LOADED with EPA and DHA (the necessary Omega-3 fatty
acids). A whole lot more than you'll find in grocery stores, and most
health food stores. I personally take 5 a day.
Feel for yourself
what a difference a proper ratio of Omega-3 fatty acids can make in YOUR health. You'll feel it
Avoid Syndrome X.
Follow this advice and be among the strong, healthy people who
just read the grim statistics instead of being one of
To your health,
PS: Geraldine is off all medication and her 2 friends are
controlling their diabetes:
A few years ago I had my gallbladder removed and was also
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