"medical research and science have not yet discovered this process of mineral salts helping to drive glucose into or cells"
Vegetables are still critical. Leafy greens.... are needed in the diet, in part to provide mineral salts -- the right kind of sodium, which plays a role in binding to natural sugars. Medical research and science have not yet discovered this process of mineral salts helping to drive glucose into or cells more efficiently , with the least possible resistance, and yet it's vital, It explains why people love green smoothies so much and why snacking on celery or leafy greens alongside fruit is an ideal choice for regulating blood sugar.
Melon on its own is a fantastic choice. Diabetics are often told to stay away from melon when the reality is that all melons, including watermelons, make an incredible food for diabetics because they hold natural sodium combined with natural sugar.
Truth is that the liver's not hungry for fat calories. It's hungry for the right kind of sugar calories. It uses sugar to fuel itself to be able to produce bile to break down fat.
Your liver's most important requirements are oxygen, then water, then sugar, then mineral salts. Glucose --sugar--is the liver's fuel, along with precious vitamins minerals, antioxidants, and other nutrients that are delivered to the liver with the sugars from fruits and vegetables. The liver will only use nutrients that are surrounded by natural glucose and fructose. if some's on a diet with no sugar, no carbohydrates, no sweet potato, no squash, no fruit whatsoever, the liver will slowly starve and the person will age rapidly. That's because the liver requires sugar to identify and hold to the nutrients it needs to restore itself; it won't take them if they not attached to food --sugar--.. if the liver sees a nutrient come in that is not bonded to sugar, it won't draw in the nutrient; it will just let it roll by in the blood stream until it exists the organ. Natural sugar also keeps the liver cool ...'