HEALTHY COFFEE OPTIONS http://amzn.to/2pPuybL Please like, subscribe, comment and share! SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/DrJohnKiel FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/medicinelife... TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LifestyleMedYou The authors objective was to assess whether the consumption of chlorogenic acid--rich coffee attenuates the effects of short-term fructose overfeeding, dietary conditions known to increase intrahepatocellular lipids (IHCLs), and blood triglyceride concentrations and to decrease hepatic insulin sensitivity in healthy humans. Obesity is associated with ectopic lipid deposition in hepatic and skeletal muscle cells. These ectopic lipid stores may result, at least in part, from excessive intakes of dietary fats and sugars and are thought to play a role in the pathogenesis of insulin resistance by generating intracellular lipid metabolites that interfere with insulin's actions Epidemiologic surveys have shown that high coffee consumption is associated with lower incidences of obesity and type 2 diabetes These beneficial effects of coffee are also observed with decaffeinated coffee, indicating that components in coffee, other than caffeine, play a role in these effects Of the known active compounds in coffee, polyphenols have been shown to protect against oxidative stress and reduce risks for cardiovascular disorders and diabetes. It has been observed that coffee polyphenols could downregulate lipogenic pathways and reduce liver fat accumulation mice, suggesting that coffee polyphenols may specifically prevent tissue diet-induced ectopic lipid deposition and insulin resistance. Chlorogenic acid, which is a polyphenol present in larger amounts in green coffee beans than in roasted coffee, has been reported to improve glucose homeostasis, prevent ectopic fat accumulation in high fat-fed rodents, and may be responsible for some of the metabolic effects of coffee In this study, they used the hypercaloric fructose overfeeding protocol, which has been shown to increase intrahepatocellular lipids and reduce insulin sensitivity in healthy subjects
Protein Over-consumption In Ketogenic Diets Explained
Protein over-consumption is one of the main issues discussed at the Ketogains Group everyday. People are always reading, hearing and/or misunderstanding that eating protein will cause gluconeogenesis and kick you out of ketosis. Tyler Cartwright splendidly refuted the claim that protein supply activates GNG in this post, I recommend you check it out. So, if protein consumption doesn’t massively increase gluconeogenesis, then two questions remain: Why doesn’t ketogains recommend you eat tons of protein? Why does protein over-consumption lower ketones? Ketogains Protein Recommendation Of these questions, the first is easier to answer. The reason we don’t advocate the consumption of tons of protein is because beyond a certain point -arguably somewhere between .8g and 1.2g per pound of lean mass(lbm)- there’s just no benefit. Protein also carries a couple of minor inconveniences: It tends to be expensive and it can cause indigestion. If there were no other reason not to over-consume protein, this would simply be enough. There is also a minor debate over whether or not protein over-consumption prolongs the adaptation phase (irrelevant if you are already adapted). Also some peopl
In this video Jimmy breaks down the 3 Common VA mistakes that he sees serving Veterans and Active Duty Military on a daily basis with all of their VA Home Financing needs.
The Top 10 Ketosis Mistakes And How To Prevent Them
What mistakes are you making when it comes to your health? I know I’ve been making plenty. That’s why I’m tracking my data in this recent ketosis experiment that I’m doing. What about you? Most people think that the ketogenic diet is just “low-carb” which leads them to make many mistakes that prevent them from not reaping all of the benefits of ketosis that they could. What benefits? How about an improved immune system, increased longevity, lower inflammation, effortless weight loss, decreased hunger, reduced risk for disease and more. Read on to know the top 10 ways that people make mistakes with ketosis and how you can prevent them. 1: Not tracking protein intake By far the biggest problem with a ketogenic diet is not tracking how much protein you are eating. The far majority of people are simply eating too much lean protein, which ends up kicking them out of ketosis. Protein can turn into carbs by a metabolic process called gluconeogenesis, meaning “making new carbs.” This then spikes insulin, and reduces ketone levels. Even though you are eating super low carb, this could make your body switch back and forth between energy systems, which will lead to high levels
diabetes blood sugar blood sugar levels high blood sugar levels high blood sugar levels symptoms بلڈ شوگر بڑھنے سے جسم پر کیا اثرات مرتب ہوتے ہیں؟ high blood sugar definition high glucose levels diabetes symptoms type 2 diabetes symptoms type 1 diabetes symptoms early symptoms of diabetes diabetes symptoms in men prediabetes symptoms gestational diabetes symptoms symptoms of diabetes type 2 in adults symptoms of diabetes in children diabetes causes diabetes definition diabetes wiki diabetes treatment diabetes signs diabetes wikipedia type 2 diabetes diabetes mellitus how to reduce blood sugar level what level of blood sugar is dangerous? high blood sugar levels random blood sugar level blood sugar levels after eating low blood sugar levels blood sugar symptoms printable blood sugar chart blood sugar levels after eating high blood sugar levels low blood sugar levels random blood sugar level what level of blood sugar is dangerous? how to reduce blood sugar level normal blood sugar levels for elderly understanding blood sugar levels high blood sugar levels chart high blood sugar levels symptoms high blood sugar treatment high blood sugar diet high blood sugar causes what happens when your blood sugar is too high? symptoms of high blood sugar in non diabetics what level of blood sugar is dangerous? symptoms of high blood sugar in non diabetics how to lower high blood sugar symptoms of low blood sugar what does it feel like when your blood sugar is too high? symptoms of low sugar high blood sugar levels chart blood sugar spike what to do high blood sugar numbers high blood sugar treatment symptoms of high blood sugar in non diabetics hyperglycemia what happens when your blood sugar is too high? high blood sugar levels chart low blood sugar high blood sugar causes high glucose levels high glucose levels symptoms high blood sugar levels chart high blood sugar treatment how to lower high blood sugar what level of blood sugar is dangerous? what happens when your blood sugar is too high? symptoms of high blood sugar in non diabetics high blood sugar causes . For more videos please subscribe Channel . حکمت ٹیوب hikmat tube /hikmattube ================================================= Please Subscribe Here:- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt0O... WEBSITE:- https://hikmattube.blogspot.com/ FaceBook:- https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?... Twitter :- https://twitter.com/hakimfaisal101 Google+ :- https://plus.google.com/1164418997918... Tumblr :- https://www.tumblr.com/blog/hikmattube VK.com :- https://new.vk.com/id374560490 Pinterest :- https://www.pinterest.com/hikmattube/... WordPress :- https://wordpress.com/view/hikmattube... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hikmat Tube. channel is about all general health related issues in Urdu / hindi, Urdu Totkay, Hindi totkay, Health News in Urdu, health tips, beauty tips & ghareloo totkay, Islamic Knowledge in Urdu.Cooking Recipes in Urdu. We also provide the information about vegetable benefits in urdu, sabzion ke faide, fruits benefits for health, phalon ke faide, We also discuss life issues like... How to live a happy and healthy life in urdu. We provide general information about your health for more information and treatments please contact your doctor. For more videos please subscribe https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt0O... ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Health Disclaimer: The information on this channel is designed for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care.
Will Low-carb Diets Cause Blood Sugar Levels To Drop?
Video of the Day If you're accustomed to eating a very high-carb diet and suddenly switch to a very low-carb diet, you could experience rather dramatic drops in your blood sugar during the first few days or weeks of your transition. This low blood sugar can cause notably uncomfortable side effects and intense cravings. Carbs and Blood Sugar Your body converts consumed carbohydrates into glucose, a type of sugar. When the glucose enters your bloodstream, it leads to an increase in your blood sugar level. The pancreas produces insulin in response to spikes in blood sugar, which helps your body store the sugar for energy. This insulin release subsides when your cells absorb the sugar and your levels stabilize. In a healthy body, the surge of blood sugar and insulin is relatively moderate and keeps you evenly motoring through your day. When you eat lots of carbohydrates, your body's blood sugar remains consistently high and your system constantly pumps out insulin. This chronic elevation of blood sugar and release of insulin causes inflammation, an increase in fat storage and an inability to burn stored fat. Chronically high blood sugar levels increase your risk of disease, including h
Not to be confused with Ketoacidosis. Ketosis is a metabolic state in which some of the body's energy supply comes from ketone bodies in the blood, in contrast to a state of glycolysis in which blood glucose provides energy. Ketosis is a result of metabolizing fat to provide energy. Ketosis is a nutritional process characterised by serum concentrations of ketone bodies over 0.5 mM, with low and stable levels of insulin and blood glucose. It ...
People with diabetes are more likely to also have high blood pressure or hypertension. High blood pressure can increase the risk of diabetes complications such as diabetic eye and kidney problems. Managing blood pressure will be a part of a person's overall diabetes care plan. Diabetes and high blood pressure complications Having diabetes increases your risk of developing high blood pressure and other cardiovascular problems, because diabetes adv ...
Added sugars, particularly fructose, in the US diet may be more strongly related to high blood pressure than salt Cutting processed foods from your diet may benefit high blood pressure not only because it reduces salt, but more likely because it reduces sugar Excess sugar in your diet increases blood pressure and heart rate and contributes to inflammation, insulin resistance and metabolic dysfunction By Dr. Mercola One out of every three US adult ...
The big misconception about fasting and starvation is that theyre the same thing. Although they might seem very similar, theyre actually distinctive metabolic states. Theres quite a significant difference between them. Theyre almost like day and night. The Difference Between Fasting and Starvation Fasting is the complete abstention from food in any shape or form. Usually, people still drink water and other non-caloric beverages . Its voluntary a ...
Ketotic hypoglycemia is a medical term used in two ways: (1) broadly, to refer to any circumstance in which low blood glucose is accompanied by ketosis, and (2) in a much more restrictive way to refer to recurrent episodes of hypoglycemic symptoms with ketosis and, often, vomiting, in young children. The first usage refers to a pair of metabolic states (hypoglycemia plus ketosis) that can have many causes, while the second usage refers to a speci ...
Tracking ketone levels is a large part of success on the ketogenic diet. It helps you know how far you are into ketosis and where we might need to make changes. But did you know that there’s an even better way to step it up a notch? The glucose ketone index is a simple calculation that allows you to find out how ketosis works best for you individually. Without it, you could be in full, high-level ketosis yet still not getting the full benefits. ...