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TED NAIMAN f | REFINED FATS raise triglycerides 4x over 12 hours

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presents episode 1053 | Dr Ted Naiman
Maria Emmerich podcast

Type 2 diabetic: drink gallon of heavy cream…
-12 hours later will have high blood sugar!
-fat slowly, passively goes into fat cells
-enlarges them slightly
-more insulin resistant
-insulin goes up to restrain fat from blood
-sugar goes up too due to no place for
that energy to go
Carbs raise insulin immediately, then down
Fat raises basal insulin level:
-now fatter & more insulin resistant

If had triglyceride monitor…
-would see it spike up 4x over time
-if you are over fat already
“I have seen this in the clinic!”
If had monitor for
-free fatty acids; insulin; triglycerides, etc.
“You would realize: next morning:
I am way worse off metabolically!”

Imagine: eat 100# butter…
-tomorrow: every fat cell FULL
-all cells will refuse glucose
-triglycerides higher [fat cells refuse fat] -muscles full of fat so won’t take glucose
-all cells in energy refusal mode, so
-blood sugar way higher
-insulin higher trying to get fuels out of blood
That is how fat makes you fatter &
more insulin resistant
But: slow process–12 hours later

But: slow process–12 hours later
confusing to type 2 diabetics
“I never eat carbs, but my fasting sugar
is 150!
It is LITERALLY the grams of fat you
ate the day before”

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