The #1 Food You MUST Avoid to FIGHT Diabetes (hint: it’s NOT sugar!)
If you listen to mainstream medicine, I’m sure you’ve only heard that you need to avoid sugar if you have diabetes or are pre-diabetic. But what if I told that mindset totally misses the mark and ignores perhaps a MORE important food that increases your risk?
According to Dr. Ray Peat, PhD, “Diabetes is just one of the “terminal” diseases that can be caused by the polyunsaturated vegetable oils.” 
What does he mean by polyunsaturated oils? He’s speaking to any oils that have a large percentage of polyunsaturated fats, like:
Trans fats (artificially created)
These oils are VERY new to the food supply and were not a part of the diet until about 100 years ago. However, they are mainstream in almost every restaurant and processed food across America because they are incredibly cheap.
So what’s so bad about these fats? Polyunsaturated fats:
Have a direct correlation to the increase of heart disease
Interfere with thyroid gland function– impairing the metabolic rate
Block hormone secretion
Can contribute to high cholesterol
Damage all systems of the body if in excess: hormone system, immune system & oxidative damage
Interfere with digestion
Decrease energy production
Block protein digestion in the stomach 
Peat continues that “coconut oil, in diabetes as in other degenerative diseases, is highly protective.” Yet another reason to ditch the polyunsaturated oils in your pantry, and opt for real (saturated) fats like butter, ghee, coconut oil, and natural animal fats!
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