For Diabetics

Low Blood Sugar

Diabetes is an extremely difficult medical conditions to live with. It demands a healthy lifestyle, a disciplined diet, and exercise. Unfortunately, it often limits what one can eat, and therefore, what flavors and sensations you can enjoy… Until now!

With a single táami berry, diabetics can healthfully liberate their palates and enjoy sweet and satisfying flavors without the use of sugar or artificial sweeteners.

No more artificial sweeteners

Artificial sweeteners like Saccharin, Aspartame, Cyclamate and AcesulfameK are used world-wide as low-calorie sweeteners by patients affected by diseases linked to the consumption of sugar, e.g. diabetes, hyperlipemia, caries, obesity etc.  These sweeteners have side effects, however, such as bladder cancer, heart failure, brain tumors, psychological problems and mental disorders.

The táami berry contains a protein called Miraculin, that has the ability to make sour, bitter and acidic foods taste sweet. This protein has the potential to replace artificial sweeteners, acting as a completely natural, low-calorie sweetener. Studies have suggested that Miraculin does not trigger a demand for insulin in these patients whereas sucrose does.

This táami berry does not have any of the calories associated with sugar, or the detrimental side effects of artificial sweeteners. Furthermore, with just one of these miracle fruits, your palate will be sweet for up to two hour. This means you don’t need to sweeten each cup of coffee or tea. Miraculin has also been found to combat urges for sugar. Even if very few foods are eaten, the urge to consume sweets dissipates much faster than eating normal high-calorie sweets.

All diabetics are familiar with the dangers of high blood sugar: blindness, slowly healing wounds, dizziness, kidney complications, blackouts, and even heart attacks, coma, and death. This miracle fruit contains antioxidants and phyonutrients that, according to Medical News Today, help to keep blood sugar low, enhancing insulin’s effectiveness and ability to function. Sugar is not only harmful for diabetics, it is one of the leading causes of skin problems, obesity, and stress. According to the “Food Paper”, beyond dietary benefits, research has shown that consuming the táami berry, can improve insulin sensitivity amongst diabetic patients.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is one of the many item that with tastes significantly better with táami berry, than without. In 2007, according to the American Diabetes Association, researchers at the University of Arizona in Tuscan found Apple Cider Vinegar to be beneficial in helping to control blood glucose levels and to reduce nutritional deficiencies.

Data suggest that vinegar ingestion at bedtime may favorably impact waking glucose concentrations in type 2 diabetes. The antiglycemic effect of acetic acid, the active ingredient in vinegar, has been attributed to reduced starch digestion.

In 2008, Carol S. Johnston, Department of Nutrition, Arizona State University, Arizona, in the Journal of Medical Food states:

Vinegar ingestion at mealtime reduces postprandial glycemia and may benefit individuals with diabetes; hence, the medicinal use of vinegar has increased in recent years.

And in 2006, the Medscape General Medicine is quoted as saying:

Many recent scientific investigations have documented that vinegar ingestion reduces the glucose response to a carbohydrate load in healthy adults and in individuals with diabetes.

Unfortunately, Apple Cider Vinegar is not a very appetizing drink. The táami berry modifies the extremely sour and unpleasant taste of this beverage. After consuming a single serving of the táami berry, apple cider vinegar’s flavor takes on a much more agreeable flavor, similar to apple juice.


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