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In this, the most popular Weight Loss time of the whole year, it might be beneficial to discuss some of the newer concepts in Weight Management that have a proven track record of being both safe and beneficial. One of these is called Intermittent Fasting. This is a concept wherein you short-term fast several times a week. This provides several benefits but the most important is its ability to help regulate and lower the production of a hormone called insulin.
Insulin’s primary function is to remove blood sugar and store it as fat. For many individuals who are overweight and most all who are obese their insulin levels are elevated almost 24 hours a day. Because of this it is not only difficult for these people to lose weight but it’s almost impossible for them to get at the fat stores of the body and utilize that fat for energy.
There are several patterns of intermittent fasting that have proven to be beneficial. The first one is a 32 to 36 hour fast 2 to 3 times a week. While very effective, this can be impractical for many people according to their lifestyle and schedules. We have found that a 24 hour fast done four or five times a week, can be equally beneficial and be much easier to manage. If you are embarking on a Weight Loss program this season or any time, consider trying intermittent fasting. This may accelerate your Weight Loss while also jump-starting your metabolism.
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The low-fat diet craze was very popular several decades ago. Fortunately, it has fallen out of favor because it has proven to be one of the most dangerous ways to manage weight. A low-fat, low calorie diet causes fatigue, lack of energy, and often can disturb sleep patterns. Furthermore, a low-fat diet can create a deficiency of several key essential nutrients, without which your body chemistry is compromised.
It is unfortunate that so many medical professionals as well as dietitians continue to preach the super low-calorie low-fat diet way to lose weight. By doing so they are setting their clients and patients up for ultimate and repeated failures. Ideally, 30% of your total caloric intake should come from fat. This fat has many benefits while dieting as it can assist in giving you a feeling of fullness for much longer, thereby reducing the need to eat and overeat often. We suggest that the very first thing that you do if you are preparing to embark on a weight loss program is to consider taking our weight management evaluation.
This evaluation is available to you at no charge by simply going to our research website HERE. This way we will be able to get an idea of how your body handles food and help you to design a program that will produce the maximum results with a minimal amount of time.
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Those of us in alternative health have long known that type II diabetes is the result of excess overstimulated insulin production. Educating diabetics to this fact has been a long struggle and an uphill battle simply because mainstream medicine and the American Dietetic Association has clung desperately to the fact that it’s all about calories in and calories out when it comes to weight management.
Jason Fung is a medical doctor residing in Canada. His two books the first of which was the Obesity Code and the second the Diabetes Code, is waking up mainstream medicine to the fact that we have been treating Type II Diabetics in completely the wrong manner for decades. These books are heavily referenced with clinical studies backing up his position. That position is quite simple, namely that insulin is the problem in most cases of obesity as well is Type II Diabetes. By controlling insulin levels the body is forced to burn fat for fuel instead of continuously storing it. In the case of Type II Diabetes he has demonstrated that blood sugar levels will come into normal levels as soon as insulin levels are reduced and controlled. If you are overweight and especially if you are type II diabetic his books may save your life.
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One of the many pieces of information that dietitians constantly get wrong is about alcohol. They constantly tell people that alcohol is a carbohydrate... it is not! Alcohol is an alcohol and in a category by itself. So does that mean that if I’m following a low carb program I can have a drink? Well yes and maybe not. It all depends on how you use it. Discover the facts about alcohol and diet.
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Every New Year hundreds of thousands if not millions of people take up the gauntlet once again to try to lose weight. In fact, weight loss has become a natural obsession all year long.
Why is this? Why is it that we lose weight only to regain it back and oftentimes even more? This year your first weight loss goal should be to not only succeed but permanently keep dangerous weight off without permanent dieting. How can we do this? The first step is to create a desire or find a desire to reach a healthier body weight. The next step would be to use that desire to create motivation to follow through. Once you have this mindset in place, the next step would be to find a weight management program that will work best for you. You can order your Weight Loss Support Kit from Phoenix Nutritionals today to help you get started on this journey.
Not all of us will lose weight in the same way, the same speed, or with the same diet program. You can hedge your bet and make the process much easier by identifying how your body manages various foods before you start your program. Our research center has developed an easy Weight Loss Management Survey that can identify not only how your body handles various foods, but also the best weight management program for your success.
When deciding to lose weight it is a good idea to arm yourself with as many beneficial tools as possible. One of the most important is understanding how your body metabolizes various foods. By identifying this it will enable you to follow the best program for success in the shortest possible time. There are several metabolic types but the two most common are either calories sensitivity or carbohydrate intolerance. Since these are virtually opposite, it is very important to know which category your body chemistry follows. You can discover this by going to our website and taking our Weight Loss Management Survey. The information it reveals will allow us to recommend the best program for your body.
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The question of exactly what are net carbs often confuse dieters. Which carbs do not have to be counted on a low carbohydrate diet plan? The concept of sugar alcohols is misleading, mostly by food industry marketers. Discover the facts about these and other artificial sweeteners in this podcast.
I first began my work with alternative medicine and nutrition in the arena of type II diabetes, hypoglycemia, and other insulin related disorders such as obesity. Over the years medicine has come a long way in their approach to these disorders. So much so that finally medicine is now acknowledging that these conditions are not disorders of excess blood sugar but rather disorders of excess insulin production. This is been the foundation of my work for the past 30+ years. I have gone from ridicule to tolerance and finally to acceptance.
For decades we have been approaching these conditions from the wrong end. If we focus our attention and efforts on controlling insulin production these conditions especially type II diabetes, can often be brought completely under control. The body produces insulin in response to sugar forming foods, which eventually convert to glucose or blood sugar. As the glucose rises in the blood, insulin is secreted from the pancreas to mobilize it and store it for later use. Over time this excess insulin production can lead to what we call receptor cell burnout. This is when the insulin receptor sites become desensitized in response to the constant elevation of insulin bombarding the cell. This condition is called insulin resistance. The more insulin resistance the higher the blood sugar levels will rise.
We can approach management of the situation in several ways. First and foremost dietary changes, which must include a drastic reduction in carbohydrates or sugar forming foods. This will naturally lower blood glucose levels and subsequently reduce insulin production. As insulin levels fall the receptor sites, over time, will begin to increase their sensitivity once again and will facilitate glucose transport with less insulin rather than more. The next step would be to introduce key nutrients that have been shown to help spare or modulate glucose as well as directly lower insulin levels. Key minerals would include chromium as well as vanadium. Herbal or plant extracts have also proven to be very beneficial. These would include cinnamon extract, bilberry, and others.
It is now believed that there are specific genes that are responsible for these disorders, especially type II diabetes. Once these are isolated it may be possible to alter them and make type II diabetes a disease of the past. In the meantime however, the best way to control blood sugar disorders is by addressing insulin levels. Medical scientists are now finally looking at the benefit of such things as intermediate fasting for controlling insulin production. #Diabetes #Keto #Type2Diabetes