Berberine has many important mechanisms. In the current series of talks we examine the management of Type 2 diabetes mellitus and how Berberine helps increase insulin secretion.
Dr. Robert Malone reviews the health benefits of the Chinese herb in his latest Substack article, Well Being: Berberine.
Metabolic Syndrome is the starting topic in the second in a series of lectures on the incredible Chinese herbal medicine, berberine. This episode of 'Long Story Short' comes to us from the February 8, 2023 FLCCC Weekly Webinar with Dr. Mobeen Syed (Dr. Been) and Dr. Paul Marik.
The herbal Chinese medicine has an amazing effect on insulin release, insulin resistance and improvement in liver-cell health.
Is Berberine Compatible with Red Yeast Rice, Aged Garlic and other Over-the-Counter Supplements Recommended for Cardiovascular Health?
Dr. Paul Marik says that berberine appears to be safe taken with other supplements, and that the side effects are very minimal and self-limiting. He says it is very safe. “Nature gave us this gift.”
Dr. Paul Marik says that berberine should be taken 2-3x a day (500mg/600mg per dose). Dr. Mobeen Syed adds that it doesn’t have to be combined with food, and notes that the times and dosages can be adjusted as needed.
Should I Take Berberine as a Preventative Medicine Even if I don’t have Diabetes and I’m not Overweight?
Dr. Paul Marik says that many individuals suffering from metabolic syndrome don’t know they have it, so he would recommend low dose berberine for most. Dr. Mobeen Syed adds his thoughts on the benefits of berberine.