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The Cortisol Insulin Connection

By Dr. Eric Berg DC
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The information that follows is Medical Advice for Education Purposes Only

The adrenal gland is a catabolic hormone, breaking down protein into amino acids. Too much cortisol sends these amino acids to the liver to be converted into carbohydrates instead of being absorbed by the muscles. Gluco Neo Genesis is the creation of new sugar in the liver from the adrenal, leading to diabetic and insulin resistance issues. Additional sugar in the body can only lead to these health conditions, so your cortisol should be regulated back to normal levels for your blood sugar and cholesterol to lower down. There are also cases of people taking in Prednisone to cure an autoimmune or another medical condition, who also end up having diabetes. Thus, if you’ve noticed your belly gaining more fat, it’s not the fat that you’re consuming; it’s due to high levels of cortisol and insulin.

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