Can Insulin Resistance Truly Be Reversed?
Can insulin resistance truly be reversed? I eat a meal of 500 calories within my carb tolerance level. All is good. That's a new phrase to me. Did you figure out your own "carb tolerance level" and is it unique to each person? Thanks for all the replies. You guys are great. You obviously understand the confusion a newly diagnosed person experiences reading all the all-too-often conflicting advice online. 1. I would appreciate it if someone could explain in layman's terms how LCHF causes its own form of insulin resistance. From what I had read I thought it helped fight or even fix insulin resistance. Is it the opinion of many/most here that low carb is NOT the way to go? Is it type of carbs that matter instead of the number? I know for me, so far as my limited experience shows, real food carbs don't effect my blood sugar hardly at all... 2. My second question is regarding the "too much protein gets turned into fat" thing. If you'll bear with me I'll try to frame my question in a way that makes sense. The phenomenon of "physiological" insulin resistance (the good one) was explained thoroughly in the link I posted previously. Our bodies cannot turn protein directly into fat, but they Continue reading >>