BEN BIKMAN g; | BEN BIKMAN e; | 1 WEEK STUDY: high carb diet…raises insulin 2x
presents episode 1103 | Dr Ben Bikman
PHC UK podcast
High glucose is a minor contributor, if at all, to IR…
-it is high insulin that is the MAJOR CULPRIT
-raising insulin levels is killing our patients
Since hyperinsulinemia is base CAUSE, then
LOWER INSULIN is the
-do that with food
These are macronutrient proportions eaten around the world…
-graph is direct reproduction of data
FAT DOES NOT INCREASE INSULIN
-the type of carbs matters…but they do raise insulin
-low FAT diets:
-low CARB diets do NOT
Study: participants over eat carbs 7 days [fasted glucose level]…
-in global diet: 70% calories are from CARBS
-Insulin level at end of 1 week: 2.5x HIGHER
“This is IR–normal glucose and rising insulin”
When eat these macros, corresponding blood molecule…
-fat: triglycerides; protein: amino acids; carbs: glucose
T2D [prolonged IR] which molecule is body struggling with?
-complex, but it is GLUCOSE that we obsess over
[we eat most of this!]
Original Youtube: https://youtu.be/KIk-uyGWnmY?si=kpqeg7_XiZQz34k_
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