How to Fight Insulin Resistance and Get Rid of Belly Fat

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It is a frightening statistic that over 50% of adults are overweight or obese. The problem with this is that being overweight severely increases the risk of developing other serious health problems. Obesity is strongly linked to the development of health problems like heart disease, stroke, Type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and even cancer. [Continue Reading]

Could I be Insulin Resistant?

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Many people suffer from insulin resistance without even knowing it.  Insulin resistance can often be tricky to spot in its early stages since it may take years before noticeable symptoms become visible. What Exactly is Insulin Resistance? In short, insulin resistance is a condition where the body cells become resistant to the effects of the [Continue Reading]

Does Insulin Resistance Cause Weight Gain?

Does Insulin Resistance Cause Weight Gain?

What is Insulin Resistance? Insulin resistance is a condition where insulin levels are constantly higher than normal, which can cause the body’s own sensitivity to the hormone to be reduced. Once this happens, it can be very challenging to reverse insulin resistance and its effects. This excess insulin in the blood stream may cause the [Continue Reading]

Insulin Resistance and Low Blood Sugar Levels

Insulin Resistance and Low Blood Sugar Levels

Insulin Resistance Insulin resistance can go hand-in-hand with many health issues, especially those related to fluctuating blood sugar levels. Insulin resistance is usually caused when blood sugar levels are not managed properly, but can become a vicious cycle as insulin resistance makes it very difficult to manage your blood sugar levels. When you suffer from [Continue Reading]

Insulin Resistance & Edema

Insulin Resistance & Edema

Insulin Resistance Insulin resistance is a medical condition where the cells do not absorb sufficient amounts of glucose from the bloodstream, which in turn leads to constant high blood sugar levels. Insulin resistance very often occurs with obesity, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. This package of health conditions is often referred to as “metabolic [Continue Reading]