One-half teaspoon per day of brewer’s yeast is being tested in a randomized, double-blind clinical trial.
In 1854, a case report was published in the preface of British Medical Journal suggesting Two to three tablespoons of brewer’s yeast every day can cure diabetes within six weeks. It took another hundred and fifty years before it was finally tested in a randomized, double-blind, controlled clinical trial. Researchers Investigation The effect of about half a teaspoon per day of brewer’s yeast for three months. what happened? Significant decrease in fasting blood sugar and hemoglobin A1c, as well as improvement in insulin sensitivity, as you can see below and at 0:33 in my video Friday Flashback: Brewer’s Yeast Benefits for Diabetes. What do these numbers mean?
Hemoglobin A1c is a measure of how high your blood sugar is over time. A value measured below 6 percent means you have normal blood sugars, between 6 and 6.5 percent means you have prediabetes, and anything above 6.5 percent means you have diabetes. You could have well-controlled diabetes or diabetes that is out of control, but a hemoglobin A1c greater than 6.5 percent is considered prediabetes.
In the study, the placebo group I started About 9 and stayed about 9, but the brewer’s yeast group dropped from 9 to 8. So, the placebo group stuck around 9 percent, but the yeast group fell to 8 percent. The yeast group was not treated, but within three months, they were able to achieve better diabetes control by eating just half a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast each day, which would cost about four cents a day!
How about half a teaspoon for just seven weeks? As you can see below and at 1:52 in my country videothe topics were again Given Half a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast a day. They started with an A1c level of 8. The placebo seemed to help a little, but the yeast helped more, with A1c levels dropping from 8 to 6.6 almost non-diabetic. It is amazing! How could it be? The pharmaceutical industry has been trying for decades to discover a so-called glucose tolerance factor in yeast, but no contributor would be happy with a remedy you can buy for just four cents a day.
we I know Everything in the yeast that causes the decline contains chromium. can you just Give Chromium supplements alone? No, rectal chromium administration does not appear to be particularly effective. Could a special fiber in yeast, beta-glucan, play a role?
Supplement with the amount of beta-glucan found in 2 to 3 teaspoons per day of brewer’s yeast. result In a slimmer waist and a drop in blood pressure within six weeks, as you can see below and at 2:47 in my country video. Study participants trim About an inch from the waist, although no significant changes were made to calories. The blood pressure was also significantly reduced, which is an effect as well I have seen With whole beer yeast. Only half a teaspoon of brewer’s yeast per day significantly reduced high blood pressure, which, by the way, mainly contributes to cardiovascular and kidney complications of diabetes.