Intermittent fasting replacing insulin in type 2 Diabetes.

Published 9 October 2018: BMJ Case Reports: S. Furmili et al. Summary of article: This case series documents three patients referred to the Intensive Dietary Management clinic in Toronto, Canada, for insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes. It demonstrates the effectiveness of therapeutic fasting to reverse their insulin resistance, resulting in cessation of insulin therapy while maintaining... Continue Reading →

Insulin Resistance

Insulin resistance means that the cells of the body do not fully respond to insulin that is released. The result is that glucose remains in the blood instead of being moved into the cells. Glucose is also not moved into the liver for storage. In the early stages of Type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces... Continue Reading →

World’s biggest killer: Hyperinsulinaemia.

In an excellent report about hyperinsulinaemia/Insulin resistance by Michael Joseph MSc the following valuable information become available; Full article: http://nutritionadvance.com/hyperinsulinemia.insulin.resistance. Hyperinsulinaemia refers to when the body is producing to much insulin to keep high blood sugar levels in check. Without adequate intervention chronic hyperinsulinaemia can lead to type 2 Diabetes. But hyperinsulinaemia is associated with... Continue Reading →

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