BEN BIKMAN b | EXCESS INSULIN slows metabolic rate 3x heart disease
presents episode 947 | Dr Ben Bikman
Metabolic Health Podcast with Dr Dom D’Agnostino
Insulin climbs higher & higher over
time due to excess glucose…
-in some it stays high 10x
-may come down, but never 0
[in type 2 diabetes] So:
-insulin resistance at glucose
managing tissues &
-produce less effective insulin
Now glucose rises
Only at this late stage does
conventional clinical care notice!
“Let’s control your blood sugar”
Conventional clinical care would
NOT NOTICE PRECEDING HEALTH
PROBLEMS WERE CAUSED BY THIS
ALL CAUSED BY INSULIN RESISTANCE
hanging around for DECADES
-in non-human primate research:
-long term insulin resistance leads
to Insulin-DEPENDENT T2D
-due to Beta cell burn out
-likely people in 60s would have this
“But, even then, in human studies,
diet which improves insulin
sensitivity, as Beta cell mass
starts going down,
[not a bad thing!
they are back to normal]
Convention only sees glucose, so
-justifies pushing INSULIN HIGHER
-start to gain weight rapidly
-insulin SLOWS metabolic rate
-more & more insulin resistant
3 TIMES MORE LIKELY TO DIE
FROM HEART DISEASE
Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/bn1U2Spl0-k
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