13 Things That Spike Insulin & Cause Insulin Resistance (Pre-diabetes)

13 Things That Spike Insulin & Cause Insulin Resistance (Pre-diabetes)

13 Things That Spike Insulin & Cause Insulin Resistance (Pre-diabetes)

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hi guys I’m back in this video we’re gonna talk about the 13 insulin triggers okay now as you may or may not know insulin is behind so many health problems and if you could just understand all the triggers and avoid these things you can be very very healthy so what I did is I out of this book I summarized all of the triggers to increasing insulin and just realize that we need normal insulin but we don’t need excessive amounts of insulin so when you have high levels of insulin it causes the receptor that it’s supposed to be received in to downgrade and become resistive and blocked so that’s called insulin resistance and then it sends a signal back to the pancreas increasing your insulin so you have a situation we have too much insulin yet it’s ineffective it’s not working okay okay so let’s start with number one sugar and I’m talking about all the sugars okay like dextrose high fructose corn syrup table sugar brown sugar raw sugar honey all the sugars number two refined grains in the form of breads pasta cereal crackers biscuits things like that number three frequency of eating every time you eat you trigger insulin so the more times you eat the worse it is that’s why we do in a minute fasting number four there’s an insulin scale that measures all the non carbohydrate things that can trigger insulin and lean proteins will trigger insulin more than fattier proteins so you don’t want to focus on lean low fat protein you want to get the whole fat in there as Nature has provided number five excessive protein too much protein can trigger insulin so the optimum amount is between three and six ounces if you’re a real big guy or you’re doing in a minute fasting you’re having less frequent meals then consume a little bit more but try not to go too much number six soy oil which most definitely is genetically modified and even corn soil and other oils as well but it’s sprayed with glyphosate okay this is an herbicide Roundup Ready part of the GMO thing so we want to avoid soy oil because that can trigger insulin resistance and then spike insulin trans fats that’s all the hydrogenated oils you want to avoid all that that can actually cause insulin resistance and increase insulin cortisol that’s the adrenal stress hormone and that includes all the medication that has cortisol in a synthetic version like prednisone shots cortisol creams things like that steroids number-9 diuretics so many people are on high blood pressure medication and this is they use a diuretic which gets rid of fluid but one of the side effects it causes insulin resistance which then increases your insulin causing more blood pressure okay number 10 statins it’s a cholesterol medication cause this and resistance increasing insulin thereby increasing cholesterol it’s crazy number 11 MSG monosodium glutamate another name for that would be modified food starch it’s in so many foods it’s in fast-food restaurants it’s in a lot of other restaurants so if the food tastes a bit too good suspect MSG and avoid it because it can increase insulin this is probably why you go to a Chinese restaurant and you eat and an hour later you’re starving why because the blood Sugar’s go down and now you’re hungry again okay you’re not satisfied number 12 and 13-hour mineral deficiencies and vitamin deficiencies can set you up for insulin resistance and thereby increase insulin so low potassium potassium deficiencies magnesium deficiencies low sodium or low salt diet can increase the risk of getting insulin resistance so this is one of the things that doctors recommend go in a low salt diet thereby creating higher insulin which then causes the retention of sodium it’s crazy okay zinc deficiency you need zinc to make insulin zinc is necessary to support the cells that make insulin the beta cells in fact the number one cell in the body that absorbs the most zinc is the cells that make insulin the beta cells so if you’re low in zinc it can set you up for diabetes he’s okay low chromium can do it high levels of calcium can cause incident resistance low b1 thiamine low vitamin D and low vitamin A all right so here you have it these are the things that can set you up for insulin resistance and increase insulin hey guys a lot of you already have my book some of you don’t but this new edition called the new body type guide is an upgrade for my last edition called the seven principles of fat burning it has a hundred and fifty six images three hundred seventy eight pages full glossary I talked about keto in a minute fasting the body types in detail I have a new stressed chapter I’m going to show you exactly what to eat any comprehensive FAQ I put a link down below check it out

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Dr. Berg talks about thirteen things that can increase insulin and insulin resistance.
TRIGGERS:
1. Sugar
2. Refined grains
3. Frequent eating
4. Lean low fat protein
5. Excess protein
6. Soy oil (GMO)
7. Tran fats (hydrogenated)
8. Cortisol
9. Diuretics
10. Statins
11. MSG (monosodium glutamate)(modified food starch)
12. Mineral and vitamin deficiencies
-potassium deficiencies
-magnesium deficiencies
-sodium deficiencies
-zinc deficiencies
-chromium deficiencies
-calcium excess
-vitamin B1 deficiencies
-vitamin D deficiencies
-vitamin A deficiencies

Insulin resistances comes from sustained high levels of insulin. Insulin resistances turns into diabetes eventually. When someone has insulin resistance, it is hard to test it because it could be sub-clinical and not show up for 10 years. Your blood sugars could be normal because the body is compensating and adapting.

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Dr. Berg, 52 years of age is a chiropractor who specializes in weight loss through nutritional and natural methods. His private practice is located in Alexandria, Virginia. His clients include senior officials in the U.S. government and the Justice Department, ambassadors, medical doctors, high-level executives of prominent corporations, scientists, engineers, professors, and other clients from all walks of life. He is the author of The New Body Type Guides, published by KB Publishing in January 2017. Dr. Berg trains chiropractors, physicians and allied healthcare practitioners in his methods, and to date he has trained over 2,500 healthcare professionals. He has been a past member of the Endocrinology Society, and has taught students as an adjunct professor at Howard University.

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