The Insulin-Resistance Diet by Cheryle R. HartConquer insulin resistance. Reduce cravings. Eat your favorite foods. And lose weight!
If you have tried every diet and are still struggling with your weight, the real culprit may be insulin resistance. When you have more glucose than your body needs, your body responds by producing more insulin to stabilize your blood sugar level and store the excess glucose as fat. In The Insulin-Resistance Diet, Cheryle R. Hart and Mary Kay Grossman show you how to control insulin resistance and lose weight without sacrificing all of your favorite foods.
Overcome insulin resistance and lose weight with:
The exclusive Link-and-Balance Eating Method, which balances carbs with the right amount of protein at the right time for maximum weight loss
Self-tests to determine your insulin resistance and check your progress with linking and balancing
Real-world strategies for eating at home and out on the town
Easy-to-make, tasty recipes and livable meal plans
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People with insulin resistance should seek out foods that contain plenty The key is to limit these foods and replace them with more healthful.
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Colin Cash has been writing social commentary and fitness-related articles for websites and blogs since He is the CIO of a small government agency and a dedicated weightlifter with extensive study of nutrition, supplementation and training protocols. Produced in response to an increase in blood sugar, insulin is a hormone that allows glucose to enter cells and is used as energy, or stored in the liver, muscle or fat cells. High-glycemic carbohydrates like sugars and starches cause the body to produce higher levels of insulin. Sustained high levels of insulin in the body can result in cells becoming insulin resistant, which over time can contribute to obesity, stroke and diabetes. Foods such as white flour, white rice and degermed cornmeal made from refined grains have high glycemic values and increase insulin production.
Finding out you have type 2 diabetes can be overwhelming to say the least. Your diet suddenly becomes even more important, as you closely track and learn to what to eat to control your blood sugar. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body becomes more resistant to the insulin naturally produced and released by the pancreas. Turner says type 2 diabetes management depends on whether the diagnosis is made early or late in the disease process. In that case, we need to have insulin from the beginning in order to gain control of their blood sugars. There are three parts to type 2 diabetes management: dietary changes, an activity plan and medication.