New Tequila Sweetener To Help Diabetes

Posted under Diabetes, In the News, Obesity, Weight Loss On By Due Daniels

New Tequila Sweetener To Help Diabetes
New Tequila Sweetener To Help Diabetes

It does amaze me how every little thing that comes up people run to make a corny declaration that “this new thing” will help fight against a certain disease.


Nevertheless, for over 40 years people like Dr. Joel Wallach and other doctors and health researchers have been proclaiming from the mountain tops and from the valley’s, as a voice crying in the wilderness concerning how one should go about to reverse type II diabetes.


Even in the magazine, Men’s Health, they gave a straightforward plan to have type II diabetes reversed, basically through dieting better. No one airs these things, but a possibility through a new form of a sugar from a plant will…

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Nevertheless, the mainstream media does not buy into the things that work, for whatever their reasons are, and they continue to let millions of people suffer with a condition they do not have to suffer with.


Then once in a while somebody will come out with a new weight-loss fad or a new method of taking in sugar that will help diabetes. Well if you are a drinker and you like your tequila, the actual plant may help diabetes and weight loss, researchers are saying.


This was presented by the American Chemical Society (ACS) this week. You can view article here:


Agavins, derived from the agave plant that’s used to make tequila, were found in mouse studies to trigger insulin production and lower blood sugar, as well as help obese mice lose weight.


The science is, unlike other types of fructose, Agavins are fructans, which are long-chain fructoses that the body can’t use, so they are not absorbed into the bloodstream to raise blood sugar.


This is the part that will benefit diabetics. Also, although they have similarity in name, agavins are not to be confused with agave nectar or agave syrup, natural sweeteners that are increasingly popular sugar substitutes.


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Due Daniels @duedaniels

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