Insulin Resistance


  1. Insulin resistance occurs when excess glucose in the blood reduces the ability of the cells to absorb and use blood sugar for energy.
  2. Insulin resistance is caused by too much glucose and too much insulin.
  3. You can have a normal blood sugar and still be insulin resistant.
  4. Insulin resistance can be reversed by anyone willing to make deliberate lifestyle changes involving eating low-carb and exercising daily.

For the answers, and for much more detail about insulin resistance, please see our article, Insulin Resistance.

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