Lose Weight by Managing Insulin

Sometimes it can feel like all the exercise and healthy eating just does not want to make a difference.  The problem might have something to do with high insulin levels… It actually forms part of a vicious cycle, but the starting point is usually being overweight. Let me explain…   What is insulin resistance? When…

How to Treat Insulin Resistance

Insulin resistance is one of the fastest growing health problems – and people don’t know they have it.  Most people know that high insulin levels lead to diabetes, but what about insulin resistance?    What exactly is insulin resistance? In order to understand what insulin resistance is, we have to consider the root of the…

Manage Your Insulin for Better Weight Loss

Manage Your Insulin for Better Weight Loss

Weight-loss can be made much more difficult if your insulin is not managed properly. Too much fat interferes with your body’s ability to use insulin properly. This can lead to insulin resistance and type-2 diabetes. You can manage the production of insulin in your body by carefully watching your glucose intake. If you have too…

How insulin Resistance Makes You Fat

How insulin Resistance Makes You Fat

When the insulin levels in your body are too high, they might very well prevent you from losing weight. To understand exactly why high insulin levels can cause weight gain, we have to break it down: To start, what is glucose?  Put simply, glucose is sugar that provides energy to the body. The body is…

Metabolic Syndrome, Cholesterol, and Insulin

Metabolic Syndrome, Cholesterol, and Insulin

Common symptoms of metabolic syndrome would be a large belly, high cholesterol and fat deposits, high blood pressure, as well as high blood sugar levels. The problem is that in most cases your doctor would examine you and tell you to lose some weight. You might start eating more salad and less fast food, but…

Tell-Tale Signs of Insulin Resistance

Tell-Tale Signs of Insulin Resistance

There are various different symptoms that might be a sign of insulin resistance, so you should be on the lookout for things like: Type 2 diabetes and the body’s inability to use insulin in order to balance blood sugar levels. High blood pressure. High cholesterol levels. Heart disease. Being overweight or obese. Damage to organs…