Activated Barley: A Must

Research conducted in Canada, the United States, and Australia has shown that barley can play a significant role in lowering blood cholesterol in hypercholesterolemic subjects. Other studies have shown that non-insulin dependent diabetics (Type II) had improved blood glucose levels as a result of including barley in their diet. It should be noted that barley rates an astoundingly low 27 on the glycemic index. That’s 22 percent less than skim milk! And yet which one is banned form the low carb no grain diets?

Historically, barley has been used for thousands of years. The Roman army marched on it. It was the primary staple of their diet. They picked up that trick from the Greek gladiators who trained on it and were known as “barley eaters.”

Unlike “regular” barley, the properties of activated barley include the following:

  • Like regular barley, it ranks incredibly low on the glycemic index.
  • It has all of the nutritional value of barley — high levels of tocotrienols and beta glucans.
  • It contains 1,000s of active enzymes.
  • It is an ultra-long-chain carbohydrate that takes up to 4 hours to break down in the digestive tract — thus providing a slow, sustained release of energy and insulin.
  • Because the release is so slow, it actually lowers the body’s insulin response.
  • It provides over 400% more energy per calorie than any other food calorie known. (Despite what the USDA may tell you, not all calories are created equal.)

Doc’s Thoughts:  This is one of the most innovative substance I have come across in a long time. As I mentioned many, many times, the more enzymes we can get into the system that are active, the healthier a person will be. This is one of THE best way of doing so.

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3 thoughts on “Activated Barley: A Must

  1. Sometimes we underestimate the power of what mother nature has provided. I never knew this about barley so thank you, for enlightening me. I nominated you for a Liebster Award. Look forward to reading your response if you choose to play 🙂

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