1 FRUIT…Reduce Insulin Resistance & Promote Gut Health

Look how beautiful this apple is. And if you’re not eating apples, you may want to think again after this video. Yes, it’s extremely high in fiber, has vitamin C, and it has powerful antioxidants in the skin, the pectin. But that fiber slows digestion from the stomach into the small intestine.

1 FRUIT...Reduce Insulin Resistance & Promote Gut Health

This has a low glycemic index, a low glycemic load. That means this is going to absorb the sugars in your body slowly. It’s not going to put stress on the pancreas, it’s not going to cause insulin resistance. It’s going to help insulin resistance. It’s going to make you more insulin sensitive. You see, you need to take this a step further.

You just can’t look at the sugar. By the way, yes, it has sucrose, it has glucose, and it has fructose. But remember that when you have fructose with the whole fiber, with the enzymes, with the vitamins and minerals, it’s healthy for you.

If you’re getting fructose from boxed cereals and candies, high fructose corn syrup, that’s unhealthy for you. And yes, it puts a tremendous burden upon our liver, and that can lead to a fatty liver. But to take it a step further, the pectin in here is a prebiotic, prebiotics feed probiotics.

Probiotics are in your gut, and your gut works directly with your brain and your immune system. And if you want to stay healthy, you need to have a clean, strong microbiome. And that’s what apples can do for you. And the truth of the matter is that the American Diabetic Association recommends that diabetics, prediabetics people are insulin resistant to eat apples.

And there’s a few powerful antioxidants in those apples, like cursitin, that slows down carb digestion, helping to prevent blood sugar spikes, chlorogenic acid, which helps the body use sugar more efficiently, and fluorozin, which potentially slows down sugar absorption and lowers blood sugar levels. And here’s the bottom line. You want to eat apples whole. You want the fiber.

The fiber is like the magic inside your body. It helps support normal blood sugar levels. It helps feed the probiotics because it is a prebiotic depictant. And you want to try to avoid apple juice, because having the juice is different than having it in the whole state, the fiber and the antioxidants, the enzymes, as well as vitamins and minerals because of the refined process.

Yes, of course, you want to limit your portions. You don’t want to eat six or seven apples, just like you don’t want to eat six or seven of any type of fruit. You want to spread it out over the course of a day.

That will help sustain normal blood sugar levels, and that will help you tremendously when it comes to your craving, where you’re not going to crave excessive sugars, excessive foods, because that fiber will give you the sense of satiety. Few things I want to say about myself regarding apples, it’s made a huge change in my life. Yes, I used to eat lots of healthy carbs.

Quinoa carbs, kale carbs, spinach carbs. But carbs are carbs. Remember, carbs don’t have the fiber, not the live enzymes or the antioxidants. They’re going to assimilate digest differently in our body as a result of too much carbs. Once we store it as glycogen, the excess gets converted into fat.

And not only that, increase cholesterol, the bad cholesterol, the low density lipid proteins, as well as high triglycerides. Yes, all of it was high until I started to switch to more fruits. Cutting out those excessive refined carbs.

These apples, I never miss a day. It’s done wonders for my body when it comes to blood pressure, when it comes to cholesterol, triglycerides, as well as the way I feel lots of energy. My microbiome is so much stronger. I’m much more regular. I’m not constipated.

It’s different. And you will experience it once you start supplementing apples in your diet. So I hope you found this video helpful. And remember, eat your apples because your body will love you. Please share this video with your friends and family.

Leave your comments below. And most important, make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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