Is Vitamin A The Key To Beating Diabetes?

Ten percent of Americans suffer from Type 2 diabetes. It is the seventh leading cause of death and there is no cure.

A study at Weill Cornell Medical College looked at mice who were not getting enough vitamin A. Scientists found a lack of this nutrient caused the death of pancreatic beta cells. Beta cells produce insulin, which regulates sugar.

Diabetes, of course, is a disease that keeps the body from creating enough insulin.

So what is the connection to vitamin A? 

Researchers do not yet know, because this is a new discovery.

"How the removal of vitamin A causes the death of the beta cells that make insulin in the pancreas is an important question we want to answer. These beta cells in the pancreas are exquisitely sensitive to the dietary removal of vitamin A. No one has found that before." - Weill Cornell Medical College 

Just Carrots contains 420 percent of your daily need for vitamin A. It's a quick and easy way to get this essential nutrient.

P.S. Just Carrots is made from one hundred percent natural carrot juice, with only the fiber removed.

It takes 25 pounds of raw carrots to make one pound of Just Carrots powder. The powder mixed with water is equivalent to 4.5 oz of freshly squeezed juice. 

A single serving of Just Carrots contains 43 calories.

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