1 Carb Can Save Your Life…Prevent Clogged Arteries
Welcome. May I ask you one thing? Please try to listen to this complete video, because this could be life changing for you, your loved ones and your family. Cardiovascular disease, heart attack, strokes are number one on the list here in the United States. More people are dying.
That should not be because of a poor diet. And today I want to explain the importance of one carb that we call fiber. And that fiber can help save your life and keep you healthy for a long, long time. And there are two different types of fiber soluble and insoluble.
Both are important for health digestion and preventing many, many diseases. Soluble fiber attracts water and turns to gel during digestion. This slows digestion down soluble fibers found in Opran, barley, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, peas, fruits and many vegetables.
It is also found in psyllium. And soluble fiber will lower the risk of heart disease and stroke. And your insoluble fiber is found in food such as wheatbrand, vegetables and whole grains. It adds bulk to the stool and helps the food pass more quickly through your colon.
But don’t worry, because when we think of carbs, we think of calories. But fiber is not going to give you any calories. The insoluble fiber works like a broom. It sweeps through the intestines to make you more regular. Desiruble fiber is going to feed your probiotics.
Because guess what? The soluble fiber are the prebiotics. And a healthy gut means a strong immune system. A healthy gut means a healthy brain. A healthy gut means healthy organs. Your metabolic rate is going to function better.
Your balance of your hormones is going to equal out into homeostasis. You’re going to become healthier and live a happier life. And that soluble fiber is not only good for your gut, but it will slow the absorption rate of glucose into the cells. It puts less stress on the pancreas.
It prevents the spiking of that insulin, that hormone that’s known to put on weight, to increase fat in your body, to clog arteries and to affect many other hormones. And the cycle fiber lowers cholesterol by binding to it in the small intestine.
Once inside that small intestine, the fiber attaches to the cholesterol particles, preventing them from entering the bloodstream and traveling to other parts of the body. Now, our liver produces 80% of our cholesterol. And cholesterol is healthy for our body.
It affects every cell of our body. It affects our brain, it affects our organs, it affects our hormones. But what if we have too much cholesterol? We then start getting these fatty deposits to start to become laid in those arteries. And if those arteries to the heart are affected, we call that a heart attack.
And if too much fatty cholesterol builds up in the artery going to the brain, we call that a stroke. And there are hundreds of PubMed studies out there that tell us that that important carb, that fiber, what it can do for the health and wealth of our bodies.
Please share this video with your friends and family. Leave your comments below because there will be many. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.
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