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GTF Whole Food Chromium (90 Tab. Btl.) Chris Barr Recomends

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GTF Chromium, or Glucose Tolerance Factor Chromium, is the biologically active form of chromium in the body. Other than in the body, GTF chromium is found only in foods. There have been many attempts to isolate or synthesize GTF chromium; none have been successful. It has been proposed that GTF chromium is a complex of chromium, nicotinic acid and possibly the amino acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. GTF chromium works closely with insulin to facilitate the uptake of glucose into cells. In individuals with impaired glucose tolerance, such as those with diabetes, hypoglycemia and obesity, supplementation with GTF chromium, the bioactive form, is of paramount importance. The utilization of GTF chromium from True Active™ FoodState® is further enhanced by the inclusion of the mineral-rich foods rice bran, kelp and dulse.

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We have been privileged to know and work with Chris Barr and Robert Scott Bell, whose radio show is where you heard Chris Barr. Chris has been involved for over four decades in research with GTF Chromium and its relationship to diabetes. His passion is teaching others the truth about diabetes and the use of the proper whole food source Chromium. Robert Scott Bell’s passion is bringing to the airways folks like Chris Barr who will speak the truth on major health issues. Choose To Be Healthy is a sponsor of the Robert Scott Bell Radio Show.

Here is a direct quote from Chris Barr’s book on Chromium. “CAUTION: When one is already insulin-dependent it complicates things. GTF chromium increases the efficiency of insulin. In other words it reduces the need for insulin. Eventually it may eliminate the need for insulin altogether. Since GTF chromium increases the efficiency of insulin it is necessary for insulin dependent diabetics to monitor their blood sugar levels more carefully than usual. This is not because GTF chromium is a problem. It is because GTF Whole Food chromium is so efficient that it can cause insulin needs to be reduced.” Chris Barr suggests one tablet three times a day.

NATURALLY Speaking

Diabetes: A Family Matter or Adult Diabetes Rising Among U.S. Juveniles,

by Chris Barr , Health Educator

Diabetes is divided into two types. Type 1 is commonly referred to as juvenile diabetes. This type is the rarest form of diabetes. Type 2 is commonly referred to as adult onset (or “adult diabetes” for short) due to its appearance during adulthood.
A dramatic increase in the appearance of Type 2 adult onset diabetes in children is noted in a study published in this month’s edition of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. Adult diabetes in children before they even reach adulthood has been documented in much greater numbers through the last decade.
Only 100 years ago diabetes was predominantly a disease of old age. The average age for diabetes has continually diminished through the last 100 years and now is appearing in growing numbers in children.
Millions of children are also noted as having increased blood sugar levels that traditionally lead to diabetes in the same study noted above.
Greatest thing since sliced bread
It was 100 years ago that the Pure Food & Drug Act became law after a 25 year struggle to pass it. Less than 10 years later the United States Supreme Court ruled that refined, bleached flour was a violation of that act. The case was sent back to the lower court for disposition.
That case was then settled out of court between the United States Department of Agriculture and millers in Kansas City, Missouri. Shortly thereafter white, sliced bread appeared in the marketplace in spite of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling. What a WONDER!
The years following have seen a great and continual increase in diabetes and its near kin heart disease. Diabetics are much more prone to heart disease than non-diabetics.
It could be said that diabetes and heart disease are the greatest things since sliced bread in terms of dramatic increase!
Chromium
About 50 years later – also about 50 years ago – researchers at the U.S. government’s National Institutes of Health established the mineral chromium as an essential nutrient. It was established as essential for one very specific reason. Chromium was determined as necessary for blood sugar metabolism.
Chromium is referred to as a trace element because very little is needed. However, the very little needed is very much needed in a very, very big way. Requirements are measured in micrograms which is a measurement of one part per million.
Whole grains are normally a high source of chromium. Refining grains into white flour removes more than 90 per cent of that vitally essential nutrient chromium.
White flour is much more readily metabolized into sugar in the body. Sugar requires chromium to be efficiently metabolized but that vitally essential nutrient chromium is unavailable due to its removal.
Sugar cane is also a high source of chromium. Refining sugar cane into white sugar removes almost 100 per cent of that vitally essential nutrient chromium.
Chromium is passed readily from a pregnant mother to the baby developing within her. If less chromium is available then less chromium will be passed to that developing baby.
Convenience or craziness
Refining of whole grains and whole sugar were marketed as a convenience. It might be more honestly referred to as laziness.
Another rapidly increasing condition in this day is Alzheimer’s disease. It has recently been noted that the brain cells of those with Alzheimer’s utilize sugar poorly. It has even been proposed that Alzheimer’s may be Type 3 diabetes. The mainstream medical and scientific response to this has been to give diabetic drugs rather than restoration of long declining chromium levels.
Brain cells have a voracious appetite for sugar. Does that mean a voracious appetite for chromium which is largely gone long before old age sets in due to its being stripped out of the foods that once contained it?
More than 30 per cent of the average American reportedly comes from refined, white flour and refined, white sugar. The results are plain after several generations of this new development in experimental human diet with chromium almost completely removed for close to 100 years. The sins of the parents have been passed down to the third and fourth generation. Is it possible that the preponderance of Alzheimer’s in this modern day as adult diabetes also increases dramatically in children could be in part nature’s payback for generations of lazy convenience?
Modern mainstream media manipulates
‘Type 2 Diabetes Rising Among U.S. Adolescents’ was the bold headline of this week’s “news” story in the mainstream media. The article referred to “Type 2 diabetes” fourteen times. It only mentioned “adult onset diabetes” once near the very end of the article.
Type 2 diabetes has commonly been referred to in mainstream media reports as adult or adult onset with only brief mention of this being Type 2 diabetes.
You don’t suppose the shift is to downplay the continous decline in age of those with adult diabetes as diabetes continually increases in the population? This should be a stinging indictment of modern medicine’s AMA and American Diabetes Association failures.
A news item on Alzheimer’s and its relation to diabetes appeared shortly after the above story referencing children with “Type 2” ADULT diabetes. Interesting timing ..
GTF Chromium, or Glucose Tolerance Factor Chromium, is the biologically active form of chromium in the body. Other than in the body, GTF chromium is found only in foods. There have been many attempts to isolate or synthesize GTF chromium; none have been successful. It has been proposed that GTF chromium is a complex of chromium, nicotinic acid and possibly the amino acids glycine, cysteine and glutamic acid. GTF chromium works closely with insulin to facilitate the uptake of glucose into cells. In individuals with impaired glucose tolerance, such as those with diabetes, hypoglycemia and obesity, supplementation with GTF chromium, the bioactive form, is of paramount importance. The utilization of GTF chromium from True Active™ FoodState® is further enhanced by the inclusion of the mineral-rich foods rice bran, kelp and dulse.

 

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