PAUL MASON g: | Insulin, keeping blood sugar LOW; Killed by same sugar attacking beta cells
presents episode 1113 | Dr Paul Mason
Low Carb Down Under podcast
GTT sometimes we see an elevated 1 hour test and normal
2 hour test… [glucose greater than 11 is considered diabetes…
-this test should be used with other standard diabetes tests
Over time, insulin rises to compensate for resistance…
-then, glucose rises as well
-when insulin reaches peak…called pancreatic burn out
When sugar attaches to protein: glycation
-advanced glycosulated end products
SAME PROCESS IN PANCREAS CELLS
that make insulin
“the very sugar that insulin tries to control
is now killing the source of that insulin”
-this process, if early, can be partly reversed
-measured by C-peptide…takes several months
Actual clinic patients…here: normal insulin sensitivity-
blood sugar & insulin are low; then glucose low; insulin HIGH
At Standard Clinic: ‘nothing to worry about!!’
Now: higher glucose
but INSULIN SKY HIGH
Final Stage: DIABETES
Glucose sky high, but
Insulin not too high
pancreas is damaged!
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