Fibromyalgia has been a bit of a mystery for mainstream medicine…
There hasn’t been a quick way to diagnose the disease, and misdiagnoses happen often.
The problem is that fibromyalgia’s pain symptoms overlap with other conditions, making it extremely difficult to pin down.
But new research may just change all that…
Scientists have found a simple insulin resistance test that can accurately diagnose every last case of fibromyalgia.
And if insulin resistance causes fibromyalgia, it follows that getting your insulin under control is KEY to fighting back against the painful condition.
That groundbreaking discovery is the good news.
But what they want you to do about it is the bad news…
You guessed it; in typical mainstream fashion, you’re supposed to TAKE a DRUG drug for insulin resistance!
Needless to say, these kind of drugs—like rosiglitazone (Avandia) and pioglitazone (Actos)—offer up a slew of nasty side effects, including:
- Mild to moderate accumulation of fluid (edema) that can lead to heart failure;
- Increased risk of chest pain and heart attacks;
- Increased risk of bone fractures in women;
- Weight gain
- Increased risk of respiratory infections
- Back pain;
- Poor blood sugar regulation;
- And more.
Today, I want to show you there’s a BETTER WAY…
You can use this new knowledge as a weapon in your fight against fibromyalgia—without exposing yourself to drug risks!
You don’t need an insulin resistance drug
Your body produces insulin in response to an increase of blood sugar. The trouble is, the more often you eat carb and sugar-rich foods, the more insulin your body produces.
If you keep this up for weeks, months, and years… the insulin levels your body become out of sorts. And your risk of diabetes, obesity, heart disease—and, according to their recent discovery, fibromyalgia–all skyrocket up.
With that in mind, there are three simple steps you can take to REVERSE your insulin resistance.
- Eat like your ancestors
Your ancestors did not consume massive amounts of sugar. In fact, they rarely ate it at all. When they did, sugar came from berries and seasonal fruits.
Instead, they ate a diet primarily comprised of meat, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.
Of course, the less sugar you eat, the less you need insulin.
That’s why I recommend the Paleo Diet as the No. 1 weapon against insulin resistance and all the conditions that follow it.
Your body uses carbohydrates for energy first. That means sugar is a prime source since it’s readily available. When you exercise, your body doesn’t need to produce insulin to clear your blood sugar levels.
- Supplement with berberine
Berberine is my all-time favorite supplement when it comes to insulin resistance. You see, it helps your insulin work more effectively – meaning you need less of it to do the same job. This is exactly how your body is supposed to work!