1. Feel like a kid again with a glass of THIS

    There’s something about this change of season.

    Maybe it’s the memories of “back to school”… or maybe it’s just the cooler temperatures… but when fall hits, you get that ol’ pep in your step.

    But if you’ve got diabetes, you may find it hard to put one foot in front of the other as your blood sugar levels rise and fall, bob and weave, and send you on a wild goose chase of those “optimal” numbers.

    Don’t despair – because there’s a way to turn back the clock on your blood sugar woes. And it’ll make you feel like a kid again.

    In more ways than one!

    In a study published in the Journal of Dairy Science, researchers found that drinking milk with breakfast can slash blood sugar levels.

    And that’s true even if you pour it all over a bowl of sugar-bomb cereal (though I wouldn’t recommend it).

    Here’s the kicker: Milk’s ability to NEUTRALIZE and REVERSE the sugar spikes that come with diabetes lasted for hours.

    In the study, the participants saw the effects of milk past lunchtime!

    Now, this was just plain ol’ milk from a cow, just like what you grew up drinking – not one of those special “milks” that they squeeze out of plants.

    But the researchers did find that adding some protein to the milk helped KEEP the blood sugar levels low even longer.

    They bulked up the protein content by adding whey -- but why eat protein powder when you can fry up some organic bacon and eggs?

    A high-protein breakfast can help offset an occasional bowl of cereal, but I’ve found that cutting out carbs (especially processed ones) entirely by going Paleo is enough to turn back time and get the powerful metabolism you once had in your youth.

    In fact, you might see your diabetes DISAPPEAR entirely – which means you’ll be able to STOP the drugs, STOP the finger pricks, STOP the doctor visits, and (much to your relief) STOP all of the nagging from your doc and your spouse!

    If you don’t like drinking milk plain, you can pour it liberally into your coffee (or tea, like the Brits do).

    Just don’t use this as an excuse to indulge in a milkshake!

  2. Blood sugar woes may put you in the crosshairs for cancer

    If you or someone you love has experienced diabetes firsthand, you know how it can rob you of your eyesight... set your nerves on fire... and even make you lose a foot.

    And the longer you live with the disease, the more likely it is that some pretty ghastly complications could follow suit -- from blindness to neuropathy and amputation.

    That's not even the worst of it, though, because according to a new meta-analysis, diabetes is also a ticking time bomb that sets you up for one of the deadliest killers around.


    And ladies, that's especially true for you.

    When researchers pooled data from nearly 50 studies on the link between diabetes and cancer, they found that folks with diabetes were significantly more likely to develop cancer than non-diabetics.

    Not just one kind of cancer, either… but ANY kind.

    Now, that doesn't prove that diabetes CAUSES cancer -- just that the two diseases are linked.

    That comes as no surprise to me, as previous studies have shown that sugar can feed cancerous cells, causing them to grow like gangbusters.

    And there's even evidence to suggest that elevated blood sugar can lead to the kind of DNA damage that causes cancerous cells to form in the first place.

    Sounds like a smoking gun to me!

    Of course, sugar can fuel cancer whether you're a guy or a gal -- but interestingly, the study found that women with diabetes were more vulnerable to cancer than men with diabetes.

    Diabetic women were 27 percent more likely than non-diabetic women to develop cancer, whereas diabetic men were 19 percent more likely than non-diabetic men to do the same.

    And diabetic women had a greater additional risk of leukemia… as well as cancers of the stomach, mouth, and kidney… than diabetic men.

    In fact, the only type of cancer that struck diabetic men more often than diabetic women was liver cancer.

    Now, the study didn't uncover the reason for the gender difference.

    But we know that, docs generally catch diabetes in men at a younger age than in women -- which is why women go undiagnosed for two years longer on average.

    And given that women tend to live longer than men, they're likely to clock more total years living with diabetes, making cancer all the more possible.

    But no matter which side of the gender divide you find yourself on, you don't just want to CONTROL diabetes to protect yourself from cancer.

    You want to REVERSE it!

    The simplest way to put diabetes in the rearview mirror is to go Paleo -- because the "caveman" diet eliminates the sugars and processed foods that spike your blood sugar (and fuel cancer) in favor of protein and produce that hold it steady.

    Staying active... keeping your weight in check... and upping your intake of vitamin D can also help reverse diabetes and slash your risk of cancer, too.

  3. Reduce diabetes risk with berries

    The forbidden way to beat diabetes We're about 10 days away from the official start of autumn -- which means that you'll soon be swapping short sleeves for sweaters and flip-flops for boots. And as the bounty at the farmers market turns from peaches to pumpkins... and cherries to apples... it's time to say goodbye to those special summer flavors...
  4. New twist on ancient treatment ERASES diabetes pain

    Here’s the problem with diabetes: It’s never just one disease. Diabetes comes with lots of complications: heart problems… vision loss… poor circulation… and even diabetic neuropathy. And that last one can absolutely take over your life. If you’re suffering from neuropathy, a type of diabetes-related nerve damage, you know all too well how the pain, burning, and tingling -- especially...
  5. Why you should sleep in the darkest room possible

    You buy the plushest pillowtop mattress... set the thermostat to the perfect temp… and maybe even pop in some earplugs. When it comes to creating the ideal environment for a good night's sleep, you don't want to cut any corners -- because if things aren't "just so," you could toss and turn all night long. Yet while some of us...
  6. Diabetic? Don't toss out the eggs

    When you've got diabetes, the most important meal of the day can be the hardest one to figure out. You know that the grains and sugars in typical breakfast foods -- from cereal to doughnuts and pancakes -- will spike your blood sugar and set you up for a crash later on. And you may be equally afraid to eat...
  7. This 'forbidden food' is back on the menu

    When you've got to let out yet another notch in your belt, it can feel like you're losing the "battle of the bulge." As you age, those sneaky extra pounds really like to park themselves around your middle! And unfortunately, excess belly fat isn't just a drag when you're getting dressed in the morning -- it also ups your odds...
  8. This fake sugar isn't such a sweet deal

    If you're watching your waistline, swapping sugar for artificial sweeteners sounds like the deal of the century. All of the sweetness... none of the calories! And because it's supposedly made from actual sugar... and it even cooks and bakes like the real thing... sucralose (a.k.a. Splenda) may sound like the next best thing to actually eating sugar. That's not just...
  9. The Indian secret to dodging diabetes

    If you’ve been reading my eTips for a while, you know that I'm keen on discovering new healing ingredients from all over the world. Whether it's ashwadangha from India... or Garcinia cambogia from Indonesia... many of the names of the exotic discoveries I've shared with you are downright tongue-twisters. The one I want to tell you about today is no...
  10. Clear cataracts by lowering blood sugar

    The surgery-free secret to clearing cataracts -- FOR GOOD Q: Is there a natural way to remove cataracts without surgery? GR: Sometimes, as we age, we get used to holding the newspaper a mile away... whipping out pocket flashlights to read restaurant bills... and wearing sunglasses so dark that we look like "senior" members of the Secret Service. What I...

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