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Weird Olive REVERSES Diabetes

Managing your diabetes can be more aggravating than the disease itself.  

You can’t eat your favorite foods… you’re constantly pricking your finger… and you’re stuck taking fistfuls of pills every day 

But that’s not even the worst part… 

You see, those mainstream drugs are actually setting you up for some MAJOR health risks – from kidney and liver damage to amputations, upset stomach, bloating, and fatigue. 

It’s a nightmare. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way… 

Incredible new research reveals that a weird olive REVERSES diabetes without the risks! 

And it’s tasty, too! 

A recent study, from the University of Malakand in Pakistan, shows that a weird-looking East Asian fruit helps treat type 2 diabetes by significantly reducing blood sugar. 

It’s called the autumn olive (or Japanese silverberry) and it’s been used for centuries in Asian folk medicine.  

And modern science has figured out why… the autumn olive is loaded with blood sugar-lowering antioxidants 

For this latest study, the researchers found that autumn olive extract was effective in lowering two enzymes used to turn carbohydrates into sugar. 

These enzymes are called alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase. 

And some of the most popular anti-diabetic Big Pharma drugs inhibit these enzymes, too. But they come with a whole host of side effects. 

Autumn olive, on the other hand, lowers blood sugar levels by preventing carbohydrate digestion naturally and risk-free.  

Researchers then observed that autumn olive significantly decreased blood sugar levels in diabetic rats… after ONLY 21 days!  

And the reduction began in only 5 days.  

What’s more? Autumn olive extract was proven to: 

  • Reduce LDL cholesterol. 
  • Increase HDL cholesterol. 
  • Balance fat levels. 
  • Improve kidney and liver function. 

All of which are secondary symptoms of diabetes. 

So, if you or a loved one is struggling with diabetes, autumn olive could be your saving grace! 

While supplements and extracts are not yet on the market while more research is being conducted, you can order autumn olive seeds or a sprouted plant to grow your very own supply – perfect for smoothies, teas, and tinctures.