Archives by Tag 'Insulin resistance'

Salt

Refined Salt Salt, also known as table salt, or rock salt, is a mineral that is composed primarily of sodium chloride. As we all know sodium is crucial for maintaining the health of every cell in the human system. The main function of salt in our body: Permeates the fluid between cells Main component of [...]

Refined Flour

Facts about white flour: When it comes to refined  flour, it doesn’t contain all the beneficial nutrients that nature originally put into them. The bran, the fiber, and most of the vitamins and minerals have been stripped away, leaving a bland, white, longer-lasting and shelf-stable product. Research shows white flour has only 20 percent of [...]

Obesity

Our body needs a certain amount of body fat for storing energy, heat insulation, shock absorption, and other functions. Obesity is defined by an excess amount body fat. The normal amount of body fat is between 25%-30% in women and 18%-23% in men when it exceeds this limit, it is considered obese. Body mass index [...]

Diabetes

As Dr Ray Strand states “You don’t just wake up one morning and have diabetes. It is a progression of events that occurs over years, if not decades. 90% of our diabetics today, start by developing insulin resistance, which eventually leads to prediabetes and then to full-blown diabetes”. Majority of people who have insulin resistance will eventually [...]

Early signs of insulin resistance

Early signs of insulin resistance Elevated Blood Pressure Low HDL or good cholesterol High Triglyceride Level. Expanding Waist Size