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Coconut-Cinnamon Oats Hi, it’s David Andrews again… If you’re looking for a breakfast that will help keep your blood sugar levels stable and help improve your insulin sensitivity at the same time, look no further than to this cinnamon-coconut oat recipe. Cinnamon is an excellent spice that helps to slow the release of carbohydrates in the bloodstream and boost insulin sensitivity at the same time. Couple this with coconut, which helps to control blood glucose even more due to the healthy fats it contains, and you have an excellent way to start your day. Coconut-Cinnamon OatsIngredients:¼ cup raw oatsSprinkle of cinnamon1 tbsp. stevia2 tbsp. dried, unsweetened coconut flakes1 cup skim milk¼ cup low-fat plain Greek yogurt½ banana, sliced Directions:Mix oats with ¾ cup skim milk in a small saucepan. Cook over medium heat until oats are done. In a small bowl, stir together Greek yogurt, remaining milk, stevia, and cinnamon. Once oatmeal is finished, stir in the yogurt mixture. Top with unsweetened coconut flakes and half a sliced banana. Serve immediately. To health and healing,David Andrews P.S. How do you add cinnamon to your breakfast meal? Hit ‘reply’ and share your recipes with me. Today’s Affirmation: Today is going to be a great day. I’m excited about what’s all around me and am ready to take full advantage of everything that comes my way. *This is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional.You should always consult with a healthcare professional before starting any diet, exercise, or supplementation program, before taking any medication, or if you have or suspect you might have a health problem.
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An idea for reverse diabetes
“I reversed my diabetes by starving myself”
They say bad news come in threes.
But for 59-year-old Richard Doughty, it took a family bereavement, high blood pressure, an unavoidable job change, and being diagnosed with diabetes to break the camel's back.
Good thing his diabetes mild enough to be controlled through diet alone.
And for him, this involves eating just 800 calories a day (a man's recommended intake is 2,500) - and only 200 of those come from REAL food.
He also drinks over 3 liters of water a day.
This theory from Newcastle University, is based on the fact that diabetes is often caused by fat clogging up the liver and pancreas.
So the less fat he accumulates in his pancreas the better.
Now we may not encourage going on a starvation diet to rid yourself of diabetes.
Nor would we advise drinking 3 liters of water a day when you're perfect