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High insulin and 12 causes of insulin resistance

As you may or may not be aware, insulin is the cause of many health issues. If you could simply grasp all the triggers and steer clear of them, you might have a very healthy life.

High insulin and 12 causes of insulin resistance

Triggers of Insulin

What I did is out of I summarized all the triggers to increasing insulin and just realized that we need normal insulin but we don't need excessive amounts of insulin, we have a situation where we have too much insulin yet it's useless and not working, so let's get started. When you have excessive amounts of insulin, it causes the receptor that it's intended to be absorbed in degrading, become resistive, and block. We know this as insulin resistance.

1- Sugar

Sugar and I'm talking about all the sugars. All the sugars, such as dextrose, high fructose corn syrup, table sugar, brown sugar, raw sugar, and honey.

2- Refined grains

Refined grains in the form of bread, pasta cereal, crackers, biscuits, and things like that.

3- Frequent eating

Frequency of eating every time you eat your trigger, insulin, so the more times you eat, the worse it is that's why we do. Intermittent fasting.

4- Lean Proteins

Lean proteins will stimulate insulin more than fattier proteins, so you don't want to focus on lean low-fat proteins. Instead, you want to get whole fat in there as nature intended. There is an insulin scale that evaluates all the non-carbohydrate factors that might trigger insulin.

5- Excess protein

Excessive protein and too much protein can trigger insulin so the optimum amount is between three and six ounces if you're a really big guy or you're doing intermittent fasting you're having less frequent meals than consuming a little more but try not to go too much.

6- Soy oil (GMO)

Even corn soil and other oils are undoubtedly genetically engineered, as is soy oil, which is also treated with glyphosate. This is a herbicide Roundup Ready part of the GMO, thing so we want to avoid soy oil because that can trigger insulin resistance.

7- Tran fats (hydrogenated)

Then spike insulin trans fats, all the hydrogenated oils you want to avoid, which can cause insulin resistance.

8- Cortisol

Increase insulin cortisol, which is the adrenal stress hormone, and that includes all the cortisol medication in a synthetic version like prednisone shots cortisol creams things like steroids.

9- Diuretics

Diuretic so many people are on high blood pressure medication and this is they use a diuretic that gets rid of fluid but one of the sides effects it causes insulin resistance causing you to produce more insulin, which raises your blood pressure.

10- Statins

Statins are a cholesterol medication that causes insulin resistance, increasing insulin and thereby increasing cholesterol. It's crazy.

11- MSG (monosodium glutamate) - (modified food starch)

MSG, or monosodium glutamate, is also known as modified food starch. It is found in a variety of meals, fast-food restaurants, and other eateries. If a dish tastes a little too nice, make sure to check for MSG and steer clear of it because it might raise insulin levels and an hour later, you're starving why because the blood Sugar's go down and now you're hungry again you're not satisfied.

12- Mineral and vitamin deficiencies

Vitamin and mineral shortages can lead to insulin resistance, which will raise insulin levels, hence low potassium deficits can lead to insulin resistance. Low magnesium levels Low-salt or low-sodium diets can raise the risk of getting insulin resistance. This is one of the things that doctors recommend going on a low-salt diet thereby.

Creating higher insulin, which then causes the retention of sodium, is a crazy zinc deficiency. In reality, zinc is required to sustain the beta cells, which are the cells that produce insulin. What do you think of the article "is intermittent fasting good for diabetics?" I think it will be useful for you.

Beta cells, which produce insulin, are the cells in which the body absorbs the most zinc. Being low in zinc can lead to diabetes, much like being low in chromium might. Calcium toxicity might result in incident resistance. Low levels of vitamin D, vitamin A, and vitamin B1 thiamine can all lead to insulin resistance and an increase in insulin levels.

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My name is John Tolan, 36 years old affiliate marketer and blogger holding a Bachelor's degree in Nutrition from the Australian University of Science and Technology. My interests revolve around writing about health and nutrition topics.