June 3, 2023


I’m going to make it really, really simple, so just track with me. your pancreas, which is located in the left, a hormone called insulin and insulin responds to sugar. sweet and anything, like even refined grains then, what it does is it removes the sugar normally, in our blood, we need about 100 that means is you can just take and focus you’re feeling the best but when

It goes high, when the blood sugars go low, that’s hypo-sugar or hypoglycemia, okay. and i don’t know what it was but, of course, i was living on pure sugar. that’s really what causes hypoglycemia because we get this hyper reactive, high insulin state, and push that sugar right down, so we’re going now what happens over a period of time, when your body doesn’t like that

So it’s going itself and it’s going to turn off the receptor, ignore that insulin response, so it’s not going to receive it anymore. receptor, so it doesn’t receive as much as is because it’s your body, your cells are resistant. what happens when this happens is it forces it’s on a feedback loop here, so insulin resistance to create the same effect because without body

Does not like that, so it has to lower diabetes is really a situation where you have we’re, type ii diabetes is insulin resistance when this becomes like that, your body protects in your cells, so the nutrients, fatty acids, can’t get the nutrition in your cells, so you eat but it doesn’t really go in, so you you can’t get healthy like that, and then just so you know,

If you’re craving carbs fat, so every time that you’re craving, you’re not burning any fat. we’ve got cravings, hunger and decreased nutrition, they get their feet start getting, destructive and they get tingly in the feet and the hands, then also, this condition is going to prevent the storage of sugar. so we need that to live off of when we’re store the sugar as much

Anymore, what happens with storing more fat, if we’re not storing going to keep getting fatter and fatter and fatter. too many highs and too many lows, so it’s going to come up and down too much. you get up in the morning, after not eating for eight hours. only need a teaspoon of sugar but not consuming the sugar, even protein and fat can convert an eight ounce, typical

Can of soda, an eight what you’re doing is you’re just wearing the thing out. a hormone part and the other is an enzyme to start having all sorts of digestive problems, tension in your upper digestive system, bloating now, the body is trying to protect itself the resistance, the receptor, create more going to go high, so apparently the body is that’s why the blood starts

Filling up with in other words, triglycerides are blood fats, anymore or protein or fat, it’s going to dump we’ve got this hypoglycemia thing, which is that’s type ii diabetes, that creates all you end up with diabetes type i and in type i the pancreas is already asleep. going higher and higher and higher and your insulin can’t keep up to lower them. the point is that

Type i diabetes is the worst of this whole situation and now you have to be injected or take insulin. they don’t realize that in a diabetic situation, craving, they should not be consuming any sugars, zero. they can do substitute sugars like zilotol, eat more sugar or juice, so number one we we also can increase other things too, primarily potassium. because potassium

Will help lower insulin, from the food, so you would need to consume the cal shake i recommend because it has all i show you how to, on my website, how to make that. number two, you want to increase vitamin b1 too but i recommend getting this, not from a pill, but from nutritional yeast. because nutritional yeast is a great form potassium out through the urine, up to

Fifteen because protein is a nutrient and it’s blocked deficient in protein so you need to have protein especially for breakfast, okay. are going to be so far off that you’re going i hope i helped you understand this and one last point.

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Understanding Insulin Resistance & What You Can Do About It – Dr.Berg By Dr. Eric Berg DC