1 Cup Protects the Pancreas…Lower Blood Sugar
Welcome. Millions of people worldwide are suffering with high glucose in their blood right now. Poor diet, stress, even genetic issues. And that high sugar could be coming from insulin resistance, diabetes as well as diabetes.
But if these conditions persist, this can lead to many serious issues, like cardiovascular problems, clogging within the arteries, problems within the kidneys, as well as the eyes, as well as many other organs. We can’t afford to leave these problems alone.
But there is a simple tea that I’m going to share with you in just a second that can really do wonders for you. How do I know? Because all the research is out there. And guess what? It can work for you too. And getting water in our body is critical because it affects every cell, tissue and gland.
And what you might not know is that teas are the second most consumed beverage in the world. About 78% of tea is produced worldwide and is black. 20% is green, which is consumed mostly in Asian countries, and about 2% is oolong.
And when we think of teas, we believe that matcha tea or green tea, is one of the healthiest things for our bodies. And yes, it is. It’s got majorly strong antioxidants and it could do wonderful things for us.
But the new research shows that black tea, this tea that is in all households throughout the world, can reduce sugar glucose levels. And the data confirms that it’s the polyphenols that lower the glycemic response that’s responsible for lowering the rates of diabetes.
But what’s quite exciting is that this not only helps lower glucose in your blood, but this helps protect the pancreas. That’s where insulin is being secreted from. This has major antioxidants and it works as a major anti inflammatory.
And one of the major studies that was involved with 50 countries throughout the world, they noticed that those countries that consumed the greatest amount of black tea was Ireland, followed by the United Kingdom, Turkey and Russia.
And the US rank close to the bottom of the list of black tea drinking countries. So the research shows that this will decrease insulin resistance, increase insulin sensitivity, this will help protect the pancreas, this will help balance out glucose insulin levels.
This can prevent prediabetes diabetes, as well as help those who are diabetic. It’s best to drink your black tea with or after your meals. So the research says give it a go. Black tea could do wonderful things for the health and wealth of your body.
Those strong polyphenols and antioxidants can really make a huge difference, hopefully preventing a lot of conditions that can lead to metabolic syndrome. If this can do wonders to keep your sugar levels down, this may be a miracle for your health. Hope you enjoyed this video.
Please share it with your friends and family. Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Allen Mandel.