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Insulin Resistance

Doctors refer the metabolic abnormality that causes escalating levels of insulin as insulin resistance which increases the risk of many medical conditions.

  • Reduce Carbs to Lower Triglycerides

    Excess Carbohydrates Cause Elevated Triglycerides Overweight patients commonly have elevations of their small LDL cholesterol and triglycerides as well as…

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  • What to Do About a Family History of Diabetes, High Blood Pressure or Heart Attacks

    What Does A Family History of Diabetes, High Blood Pressure or Heart Attacks Really Mean? I’ve spoken with many patients…

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  • Excess Abdominal Fat

    If it does, don’t think you’re alone. Many Americans are dealing with the same thing. Patients complain about it to…

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  • Does Your Abdomen Stick Out Too Far?

    Many Americans are dealing with the same thing. Patients complain about it to me all the time. What you may…

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  • Soda is as Dangerous as Cigarettes

    Soda is Dangerous In a recently published study  in the November 2010 issue of Diabetes Care, Dr Vasanti S Malik (Harvard…

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  • Low Carbohydrate Treats For Halloween

    Poisoning Our Children’s Future The diabetes epidemic is growing so rapidly that presently 1 of every 10 adults in the U.S. has…

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  • Carbohydrate Reduction and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

    Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common hormone disorder among women of reproductive age.  PCOS affects…

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  • Headaches and Lightheadedness

    Headaches, A Common Malady A common problem many people experience from time-to-time is a headache. We can still function through…

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  • How to Put Your Diabetes In Remission

    Introduction As we have all heard, more and more Americans are becoming obese which in turn is leading to increasing…

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  • Carbs Force Your Fat Cells To Grow

    Insulin 101 Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas in response to the presence of blood sugar (glucose) that…

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