Research presented at the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Dallas shows that tequila can help those with diabetes or who are overweight drop some pounds. Apparently, teq-teq-teqkilla (you can thank MIA for that) has some kind of magical unicorn sugar in it called “agavins” not to be confused with that so-called low glycemic shit with more sugar than honey, “agave syrup” which is basically, like a total scam–a Wholefoods conspiracy!
Here’s what you need to know about agavins, “A type of natural sugar called agavins come from the agave plant, which can be used to make tequila. These sugars (which are not the same as in the more commonly known agave syrup) are non-digestible and do not raise blood sugar, according to Mexican researchers.” Yes. Yes. Don’t want my blood sugar fluctuating, turning me into a monster.
“This puts agavins in a tremendous position for their consumption by obese and diabetic people. We believe agavins have a great potential as a light sweetener.” When the scientists gave the agavin to mice the results were interesting, “They discovered that the mice who consumed agavins ate less overall and had lower blood glucose levels.”
Sugar that will make you eat less. Tequila is just sugar that will make you eat less and get you drizzunk. Teq-teq-teqkilla will save us all. SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS! SHOTS!