What is Insulin Resistance and Pre-Diabetes and type 2 diabetes?

What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

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What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

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What Is Insulin Resistance And Pre-Diabetes And Type 2 Diabetes?

What is insulin? What is insulin resistance? What is metabolic syndrome? What is pre-diabetes, prediabetes? What does it mean to be insulin resistant? How does insulin work? Why does blood sugar get high? What is high blood sugar? Blood glucose explained. Joan O'Keefe, Registered Dietitian and Chief Medical Officer of CardioTabs, www.cardiotabs.com, explains what insulin is and why so many people get type 2 diabetes. Thin people can get diabetes too and Joan explains how.

Joan O'Keefe, RD goes explains what insulin resistance means, how it begins and how to combat the issue. Being insulin resistant is the step before becoming diabetic. Combating these issues is very important and begins with starting your day off right and continuing the trend throughout the afternoon and evening: with a good diet. According to Joan, starting the day off right helps to avoid spiking and crashing throughout the day.

Diabetes is a disease where there is too much sugar in the blood. It gets into the arterioles and essentially rots them from the inside out. Having a high blood sugar for a long period of time is dangerous to the arteries in the vital organs of the body. Insulin is important because it brings the blood sugar back down. Joan breaks down the importance of insulin through "Sammy the mouse" who works too hard to keep insulin levels down. It is important for us to help Sammy out and watch what we eat so that Sammy doesn't have to work so hard.

A protein and two colors every morning, noon, and night can help avoid the spiking and crashing early in the day and will give "Sammy the mouse" a rest. Starting the day off right will help you maintain a healthy level of insulin throughout the day.

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What is Insulin Resistance and Pre-Diabetes and type 2 diabetes?

What is insulin? What is insulin resistance? What is metabolic syndrome? What is pre-diabetes, prediabetes? What does it mean to be insulin resistant? How does insulin work? Why does blood sugar get high? What is high blood sugar? Blood glucose explained. Joan O'Keefe, Registered Dietitian and Chief Medical Officer of CardioTabs, www.cardiotabs.com, explains what insulin is and why so many people get type 2 diabetes. Thin people can get diabetes too and Joan explains how.

Joan O'Keefe, RD goes explains what insulin resistance means, how it begins and how to combat the issue. Being insulin resistant is the step before becoming diabetic. Combating these issues is very important and begins with starting your day off right and continuing the trend throughout the afternoon and evening: with a good diet. According to Joan, starting the day off right helps to avoid spiking and crashing throughout the day.

Diabetes is a disease where there is too much sugar in the blood. It gets into the arterioles and essentially rots them from the inside out. Having a high blood sugar for a long period of time is dangerous to the arteries in the vital organs of the body. Insulin is important because it brings the blood sugar back down. Joan breaks down the importance of insulin through "Sammy the mouse" who works too hard to keep insulin levels down. It is important for us to help Sammy out and watch what we eat so that Sammy doesn't have to work so hard.

A protein and two colors every morning, noon, and night can help avoid the spiking and crashing early in the day and will give "Sammy the mouse" a rest. Starting the day off right will help you maintain a healthy level of insulin throughout the day.

For more information on how to become a happier, healthier visit http://cardiotabs.com/

28 thoughts on “What is Insulin Resistance and Pre-Diabetes and type 2 diabetes?

  1. Great Vid..!! I Understand Crearly Now,Bout Insulin Resistance… Now My
    Question Is If Im Insulin Resistance, Will I Have A Hard Time Losing FAT In
    The Morning On A Empty Stomach????? Im Trying Really To Lose FAT & Im Bout
    30lbs Over My Weight. ..

  2. In 1921, a team of Canadian doctors studied and patented a product called
    “insulin” nothing but Paulescu’s Pancreine. Later it turned out that the
    Canadian scientists were aware of Paulescu’s research. The fact is that in
    1921, James B. Collip was the first to demonstrate that pancreatic extract
    is effective in the treatment of diabetes in humans. For the discovery of
    insulin, the Canadian team was rewarded with the Nobel Prize in 1923…
    Another case of Romanian invention stolen by others…

  3. when u say “the carb” is the combination of saccharide + fiber together.
    what activates insulin is this saccharide part of “total carb”, so like
    seaweeds, are usually high in carb, but mostly it is fiber so they won’t
    activate insulin a lot. so when u see the word “carb”, it is important to
    know that “amount of the actual saccharide in it”. BTW, protein won’t spike
    the insulin. and fats too.

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  5. Insulin resistance can actually be caused by medical conditions such as
    polycystic ovarian syndrome and not just by people doing the ‘wrong thing’

  6. New research implicates fat because it blocks insulin getting glycogen into
    the cells. You didn’t see rice eating Asians getting diabetes. Fat makes
    you fat not carbs.

    1. A that’s a misconception when people assume that a high fat diet isn’t a
      vegan diet,. On the other hand you can consume coconut oil,. Flaxseed oil,.
      Olive oil,. And all the other oils,. For protein you can replace it with a
      vegan protein powder,. Panda who said that fat causes cancer,. It prevents
      cancer if it’s do e right,. New researchers indicate that tumors grow on
      glucose and they can’t progress or grow it’s ketone bodies,. Most of these
      vegans they manipulate the studies and twist things around to their
      benefits,. Most of these studies suggest but they don’t have a study that’s
      proven some,thing for a fact,. Just a bunch of suggested manipulate with
      studies,. Look up doctor mercola,. Dr wallach,. Read grain brain,. Don’t
      get me wrong but some vegans can be annoying sometimes,. But I agree with
      most of these vegans who say that the way we eat meat nowadays is wrong not
      eating meat itself

    2. +Potato Strong Spoken like a true vegan. Listen bud, I have been hearing a
      lot of this but haven’t seen any empirical evidence. It makes sense to me
      that something like triglycerides or ldl might block the cell receptors.
      And I want to believe that. But I just haven’t seen any research to support
      it.The problem, as I see it, isn’t the amount of glucose or insulin. The
      problem is getting the insulin to work with the receptors so that the
      glucose can supply the cells. I suspect we agree on this.

    3. Nice ad hominem attack. That’s exactly what i’m saying the insulin doesn’t
      work due to the receptors – it’s not the amount of glucose/insulin in a
      sense (other than the blood sugar going high because the insulin receptors
      are not accepting glucose). Check out the sources at this link if you are
      truly interested in changing your deeply held beliefs which is not easy for
      most of us
      http://nutritionfacts.org/video/diabetes-as-a-disease-of-fat-toxicity/

    4. +Potato Strong Nice ad hominem attack? Not sure where that came from. If
      it’s a response to my vegan comment, that was a compliment. As for your
      link, thanks. It was encouraging. Though I am not seeing a lot of empirical
      research for this position, it makes sense. So now, what to do about it?
      Your ideas? I have heard of the idea of jolting this cell issue with a
      relatively brief starvation diet 600-800 kcal/day). I can give you the
      link, if you’d like. But again, I’d like to know why this should work. I
      think it has something to do with reducing fat on and in the liver. The
      question – will such a starvation diet do this in the prescribed 8 weeks?
      I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I would rather have the truth
      than drift around with some false sense of being right.

  7. all i think about is why me :'( im only 52kgs and i have pcos, insulin
    resistance, hypoglycemia, hypothyroid . i don’t even know if i will ever be
    able to make a baby :'(

    1. Well, waking up in the middle of the night to change diapers and bottle
      feed isn’t as exciting as it sounds. Dealing with children who hit puberty
      and start to realize that most of what they’ve been taught are lies is not
      much fun to deal with either. Perhaps, using the money that would have
      been spent on children for annual vacations in Palau is not the worst fate
      for a person.

    2. +joetjoeb333
      How am I an idiot, by pointing out that their are sacrifices and drawbacks
      to having children? I was simply pointing out that there are benefits of
      not having children. Heaven forbid we try to see the glass half full
      instead of half empty.

  8. This is incorrect. The boost in mood comes from when the sugar is cleared
    from the blood and used as fuel for the cells. Excess fat in the diet
    prevents insulin from effectively clearing sugar from the bloodstream.

    “Sammy” leaving because he is tired of running on the treadmill is BS too.
    She is referring to type 1 diabetes where the pancreas no longer produces
    insulin. This is not caused by eating too many simple carbohydrates as she
    suggests. 

  9. actually the insulin resistance comes before the fat gain around the belly,
    not the other way around, insulin resistance is when the cells do not want
    the glucose for whatever reason(or your recovering from a low calorie diet
    will make you insulin resistant too) and the insulin keeps pumping out due
    to the sugars in the blood triggoring it, all the while the cells are
    crying for energy so what is a body to do?well get fat, getting fat in a
    environment of hyperglycemia (even tho temporary) and high insulin levels
    trying to counter the sugar, why? fat cells take up the sugar create fat
    release it so the cells have fuel when they are unable to handle glucose.
    fat cells also release hormones making muscle cells and other organs to use
    fat exclusively, for fuel, leaving what carbs the body can handle for the
    brain. why would cells not want glucose if they are starving? glucose is
    like gasoline you cannot handle it without adequate nutirents and enzymes
    and chemicals like lipid rafts and cholesterol sulfate, and minerals. fat
    is like a wood log, pretty benign in its affect on the body, but sugar is
    good for starting the fire of burning fat, sugar is like fire, acid, in the
    body, it destroys everything it touches unless it is buffered and has a
    properly lubricated and functioning combustion engine, your body. exercise
    is touted as a treatment for insulin resistance, the trouble is it forces
    the body to take up glucose which damages the cells even further resulting
    in poor exercise tolerance, poor response training and poor training
    affect.and increase in free radical damages as well. for me dealing with
    this condition has been a burdensome trail, but I can see the light at the
    end of the tunnel finally.(after 35 years)

    1. +TheRosa63 what do you do to heal your decrease your insulin resistance and
      increases insulin sensitivity?

    2. well not sure I did vitad3 for a long while then quit because I was having
      problems mimicing low blood sugar, so now I just eat alot of fruit veggies
      whole grains, (dont crave the usual fair like before) still fat tho even
      tho my energy levels have increased more sustainbly, I still cant run, I
      walk alot but thenmy legs really hurt, but I figure since I feel like
      walking I will walk, did some hiking during vacation, doing more longer
      walks, but the increase in stamina is increasing slowly. I am trying to
      watch my diet as much as I can. not sure if it will helpmy weight but maybe
      everything else? slow longexecise is supposed to be good for obese insulin
      resistant people, the vitad3 seems to have gotten me on track to where i
      dont need to eat as often or in he middle of the night.

  10. If you have pcos but are not overweight, can a diet help you? also, what
    sources of proteine would you suggest? An egg for breakfast? Quail eggs
    (how many)? Is soy also good for proteine?

  11. nice and helpful hope you make a lot of discuses about insulin so just have
    question is there relationship between insulin and immune system 

  12. Hey there! Have you studied – the Curesal Rapid Diabetes Reversal program
    (should be on GOOGLE – have a look)? Ive heard some great things about it
    and my cousin got cool results in lower glucose levels from it. 

  13. Holla! Have you ever tried – the Curesal Rapid Diabetes Reversal program
    (just GOOGLE it)? Ive heard some exciting things about it and my cousin got
    magnificent results in glucometer readings from it.

    1. +Alan Armstrong Alright there! Have you tried the Hamilton
      Diabetes Reversal Protocol? (just google it) I have heard some super
      things about the results in lowering Blood sugars and my sister got cool
      Glucose measurementsafter trying it.

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