Shocking Jungle Secret for Healthy Blood Sugar Stuns Scientists

On Sat, May 25, 2019, 5:20 AM John Shein – Flat Abs For Life <john@flat-abs-for-life.org> wrote:

“Just drink this and your blood sugar problems will go away”…said the jungle medicine man.

It was a bizarre tea made from the rotten fruit of a jungle tree.

It was supposed to work wonders for keeping your blood sugar healthy, but HOW?

Then scientists finally analyzed it … and discovered the medicine man was on to something big.

Human clinical studies – the gold standard of medical research – prove it.

In this FREE presentation, you’ll learn how to utilize this bizarre blood sugar secret to1-6

support healthy blood sugar…

get rid of maddening cravings…

melt away your fatigue…

and finally — finally — lose those extra pounds.

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This shocking discovery has the potential to turn big medicine on its head and end your blood sugar frustrations once and for all.

Without drugs.
Without deprivation.
And even without strenuous exercise.

Your friend,
John Shein
Co-creator of the Belly Fat Furnace
& Belly Melt For Women Program

Get all the details here.

 


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2 Xu Haibing. Action of Helping Lower Blood Glucose Level – Clinical Test. Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing Hospital. June 13, 2008. Unpublished study.
3 Judy WV, Hari SP, Stogsdill WW, Judy JS, Naguib YM, Passwater R. Antidiabetic activity of a standardized extract (Glucosol) from Lagerstroemia speciosa leaves in type II diabetics a dose-dependence study. J Ethnopharmacol. Jul 2003;87(1):115-117.
4 De Tommasi, N., De Simone, F., Cirino, G., Cicala, C., & Pizza, C. (1991). Hypoglycemic effects of sesquiterpene glycosides and polyhydroxylated triterpenoids of Eriobotrya japonica. Planta medica, 57(05), 414-416.
5 Miura, T., Itoh, Y., Kaneko, T., Ueda, N., Ishida, T., Fukushima, M., … & Seino, Y. (2004). Corosolic acid induces GLUT4 translocation in genetically type 2 diabetic mice. Biological and pharmaceutical bulletin, 27(7), 1103-1105.
6 Hattori, K., Sukenobu, N., Sasaki, T., Takasuga, S., Hayashi, T., Kasai, R., … & Hazeki, O. (2003). Activation of insulin receptors by lagerstroemin. Journal of pharmacological sciences, 93(1), 69-73.

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