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Diabetes: understanding insulin resistance

October 14, 2019


I’m glad you wanted to learn more about insulin
Resistance. I’m here to provide you with a clear simple
understanding of this devastating complication of diabetes which so negatively affects your
health. At Insulite laboratories we believe knowledge
is power. Therefore understanding insulin resistance is the first important step in your quest to transform
your health. While many of us understand that diabetes is
caused by the reduction or complete stoppage of insulin to the pancreas, what most of us did not know is that while our pancreas is producing less
insulin, or even while you were receiving insulin by
injections, Pills, patches, or pumps, insulin resistance is causing your cells to
become more and more resistant to processing the insulin that they do receive. This lack of sensitivity in your cells to
insulin is what can dramatically accelerate the complications of your diabetes. How do you develop insulin resistance? Well, you develop insulin resistance either through
genetic and or lifestyle factors. In general, are modern life styles provide
too little exercise. Sitting at work in front of the computer
and at home in front of the TV and we eat huge volumes of carbohydrates and sugars. For many of us its bagels for breakfast, pizza for lunch, the pasta for dinner, have become the norm. Our genetic predisposition combined with unhealthy
lifestyle factors conspire to make our cells insensitive to
insulin and the results can be devastating. What does insulin resistance look like? Well here you see a normal cell with all the
insulin receptors functioning properly, and over here You see an insulin resistance cell where many
of its insulin receptors have become insensitive to insulin. When your cells can no longer effectively
receive insulin they cannot carry out the duties necessary
to keep you healthy. Insulin resistance not only compromises
the function of your cells, as you see here, when you do not have enough sensitive receptor
sights for insulin to attach to it not only increases the amount of free-floating
insulin your bloodstream but also the amount of glucose. Ultimately, the compromise cell function and
imbalances of insulin and glucose in your bloodstream can bring about the devastating complications
of diabetes including excess weight gain, fatigue, sexual dysfunction cardiovascular disease, blindness, and even amputation. So now that you have a fundamental understanding
of insulin resistance are you ready to limit the impact or even
reverse the effects of these devastating complications? If you are, Then click “how to reverse insulin resistance” where you will learn the steps you need to take.

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14 Comments

  • Reply dogmelon July 17, 2009 at 4:31 am

    Im Scott Malkinson I have diabetes.

  • Reply jesseka77 August 26, 2009 at 4:08 am

    That's funny in a way because I have a diabetic son, and one of the first questions that I asked his Doctor after we got home with our first bottle of insulin and read every word on the paper that came in the box (that told me that this was synthetic) why were we using something that was synthetic, and after three years I never got an answer from him. It's sad to me that with this illness that I always get better answers off of the internet instead of the Doctors Thanks for that comment !

  • Reply Dj Julian September 26, 2009 at 3:58 pm

    hi…i have a question my friend has diabetes and his neck is black….what does that mean

  • Reply Dj Julian October 6, 2009 at 8:47 pm

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  • Reply ouivalerie March 20, 2010 at 9:21 pm

    How exactly do bagels, pizza, and noodles cause insulin resistance? I thought it was hydrogenated fats, and cheese and peanut butter, cream…and hard to digest food like meat and old nuts, and drinking while eating watering down stomach acids, that clogged up people. Carbs are so easy to digest, they would seem to be only guilty of excess sugar overload and lack of minerals and feeding the millions of fungus parasites…. Don't bad fats fit in here someplace in the explanation?

  • Reply joe bama April 21, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    thiazides are turning millions into diabetics

  • Reply Anthony Starfield June 9, 2010 at 8:59 pm

    Gledalac1979, have you tried giving up ALL sugar, corn syrup and high glycemic carbohydrates? And doing aerobic exercise on a regular basis?

    That would be much better for you than taking drugs, continuing to eat sugary foods and sitting on the couch.

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  • Reply Carmine212 May 8, 2011 at 3:02 am

    Can insulin resistance cause severe leg cramps and spasms?

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  • Reply Forsaken thrtyfor August 5, 2012 at 7:43 am

    Can't belive this video didn't mention how diabetes affects the BRAIN.

  • Reply L zio January 3, 2013 at 6:50 am

    Synthetic insulin is cheaper to make. It is cheaper for you. It works exactly the same though.

  • Reply Sourabh Jain February 14, 2013 at 4:45 am

    This video might help you in finding the answers you are looking for. Watch it until the end.
    "Sugar: The Bitter Truth"

    ~Sourabh

  • Reply Walid Teksa October 9, 2014 at 9:54 am

    Oh hello! Have you considered the Hamilton Diabetes Reversal Protocol? (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now) I have heard some super things about the results in lowering Blood sugars and my cooworker got great Glucose measurementsafter trying it. 

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