The Dr. Chalmers Show Season #3, episode 6 - Critical information on Erythritol artificial sweetener. There is mixed information out in the marketplace. Look at the sources, ask questions, and always check out data when looking at your health and wellness. Go to Pillarsofwellness.com for additional wellness information. This shows that a diet high in fat and protein and low in sugar with added 5% erythritol water showed a decrease in body fat, lowered white fat, reduced inflammation, improved glucose tolerance, and a host of other beneficial blood changes. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti...
Consumption of erythritol is heart and blood vessel protective. Reducing rigidity, fibrosis, and increasing dilation of extremities and capillaries.
This shows the PPP or the pentose phosphate pathway. This pathway is from the metabolism of glucose and it doesn't really do good things. It feeds cancer and a host of other inflammatory, weight-gaining issues. The thing is that through this pathway, your body naturally turns sugar into erythritol.
The artificial sweetener erythritol and cardiovascular event risk https://www.nature.com/articles/s4159...
Dr. Chalmers Show - Erythritol Podcast.mp3
00:00 - Intro
02:26 - Talks about Sugar Diet
05:01 - Talks about Type 2 Diabetes
08:22 - Talks about diabetic rats' erythritol treatment for 21 days
10:22 - Talks about Mitochondria
12:27 - Talks about Nitric oxide dilates blood vessels.
14:07- Talks about Erythritol
15:46 - Talks about Long term controlled clinical studies
18:27- Talks about exceptions
20:32- Talks about plasma erythritol
21:29 - Talks about artificial sweeteners
25:01 - Talks about Erythritol is characterized by both a zero calorie or non-nutritive sweetener
31:33 - Outro
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