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Diabetes Freedom

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-03)

It's commonly accepted by Diabetes Freedom Review the medical community that one of insulin's purposes is to store excess nutrients. When your body recognizes high blood sugar levels, insulin is released to store it as part of the chemical chain reactions that results in additional body fats. Insulin stores this excess sugar as glycogen which changes into saturated fat, weighing the entire system down. Other nutrients insulin stores include: Magnesium - Heightened insulin levels lowers magnesium amounts in the muscles, where it is needed to allow relaxation of the muscle fibers. Without it, more insulin is demanded to counteract the stiffness of the muscle fibers. The stiffness of muscle fibers on the cellular level causes circulation roadblocks, muscle constrictions, lower energy levels, and high blood pressure as more force is needed to circulate fluids. Sodium - high insulin levels cause sodium retention, fluid retention, and high blood pressure. Immediate medical problems with having high insulin levels in the body 24/7/365 include: Congestive Heart and Circulatory System Failure - Insulin level spikes, such as after a high-carbohydrate, low-fiber meal, stimulates the sympathetic (automatic functions) nervous system, straining the heart's nervous system. A heart attack is 2 to 3 times more likely after a high-carb meal, while a high 'correct fat' meal REDUCES the same risk. Blood Lipids (Cholesterol): To much insulin, due to insulin resistance, causes cells to proliferate. Cancer is uncontrolled cell proliferation. It also causes a host of other problems that age YOU and ME prematurely. In the end, the equation equals: The more insulin in the body, the faster the body ages. The first step in lower insulin levels is through changing your diet. The second step is to exercise (the benefits of exercise regarding insulin levels are so extensive that they need to be the subject of another article).