A compound named Glucose Tolerance Factor (GTF) is comparable to a dockworker. GTF “dockworkers” move the glucose “load” from the insulin “truck” to the insulin receptor site “loading dock” and into the cell for onsite production of ATP (energy). If there are not enough dockworkers (GTF Chromium) at the loading dock (insulin receptor site), then work slows and becomes ineffecient. The absence of GTF chromium “dockworkers” may result in a traffic jam of insulin “trucks” filled with “glucose” “blood sugar”. This results in what is called “high blood sugar” of which the chronic state is called diabetes.
Author: Gregory Ciola
Gregory Ciola began his publishing career in the year 2000 when he released a ground breaking book on the dangers of genetic engineering. The book’s title was, “GMOs – Beware of the Coming Food Apocalypse!”. Gregory Ciola was one of the first biotech whistle blowers in the natural food industry to alert the public to what was happening to a majority of our foods. Ciola also began publishing a hard-hitting national newsletter in 2001 called “CRUSADOR” that was renamed in 2015 to “The Investigator’s Report”. He is best known for his in-depth interviews with well known book authors and leading health experts.