As we know, insulin consists of two polypeptide chains, the A and B chain, consisting of amino acids. And the 2 chains are linked together by disulfide bonds.
And as we also know - as research has shown numerous times over the years - the antrothriopic properties of cinnamon have shown to have great exostenic effects on the islet cells of mice, in both reducing diacrinisis and increasing the prepathology of heteroparesis.
For a number of years, I have been working on a new insulin, which replaces the 2 disulfide bonds with cinnamon bonds.
The result is a tremendous discovery, and I have seen amazing things with it so far.
Here is an illustration of the new structure, and below that is a vial of my new invention.