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5 Steps For Weight Loss When You Are Insulin Resistant

A waist measurement larger than 101 cm for men and larger than 88 cm for women is a major risk factor for insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is when your body doesn’t react to insulin correctly, and your pancreas has to produce more insulin in order to keep your blood sugar levels stable. Insulin resistance can lead to various other health issues like the metabolic syndrome, pre-diabetes and type 2-diabetes. Here are 5 steps for losing weight and manage your insulin resistance… Step 1: High Insulin Levels and Weight In order to manage insulin resistance and your weight, you need to first understand how it works. In almost all cases, people with insulin resistance are overweight, and this weight is usually carried around the midsection. Losing weight can help improve insulin resistance, and even reverse it completely. However, weight loss can often be difficult with insulin resistance, as the higher levels of insulin in the body means that more fat is being stored. This can often make it feel as if you are swimming upstream. Step 2: Reducing Your Insulin Levels In order to make weight-loss a bit easier, it is best to start by lowering your insulin levels. Since more insulin Continue reading >>

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