Using Nutrition to Prevent and Reverse Insulin Resistance

4 April 2015
An examination of prevention tactics for reverse insulin effects.

An examination of insulin resistance, a metabolic disorder in which the body has impaired ability to properly deal with dietary carbohydrates such as sugars. The author examines the increasing condition worldwide, especially in industrialized countries, due to a nutritional shift in diets and a predominance of foods that promote insulin production. A look at possible prevention tactics.
“Insulin resistance is associated with some of the most common diseases affecting modern societies including, hyperglycemia, glucose intolerance, Type 2 diabetes, hyperinsulinemia, dyslipidemia (including elevated TG and low LDL), hypertension, obesity, and coronary heart disease. People with insulin resistance are more prone to high blood pressure, impaired blood clotting, accumulation of excess fat in the blood, and atherosclerosis. “
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