Fat Storing Hormone Resistance Basics Mini-Course
Healthy Keto® combined with intermittent fasting supports healthy weight, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. You may be wondering why the ketogenic diet, particularly, is so successful in lowering the risk of these common lifestyle diseases.
This course explains how the keto diet and intermittent fasting work together to balance blood sugar and insulin levels and how this will improve your health.
Insulin—also known as the “fat-storing hormone”—is a critical metabolic hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels and energy metabolism.
Every time your blood contains too much sugar, insulin will signal your fat cells to store this unused fuel as fat. This is why too much sugar causes weight gain.
High amounts of carbs and sugar over long periods cause your cells to become less reactive to insulin, leading to resistance.
Insulin resistance causes metabolic issues, dysfunctional energy production, hormonal imbalances, and, unsurprisingly, health issues.
This course is for you if you suffer from any of these symptoms:
- Inability to lose weight and belly fat
- High blood pressure
- High cholesterol
- Need for frequent meals and snacks
- Excessive urination at night
- Feeling tired but not satisfied after meals
- Skin conditions like acne or cystic acne
- Polycystic ovary syndrome/disease
You will understand the role of diet in insulin resistance and why sugars, carbs, artificial sweeteners, and monosodium glutamate are the wrong choices for your health.
This course teaches you the most important steps to take to correct insulin resistance. You may be surprised to learn about the role of healthy fats in weight loss and why snacking is one of the worst factors contributing to insulin resistance.
You will understand the surprising role of protein in insulin resistance, how much protein to add to your meals, and what foods not to combine with protein.
Nutrients play a crucial role in supporting a healthy metabolism. Understanding which nutrients are beneficial for insulin functioning helps you to take control of your health.
You’ll also learn why balancing insulin and blood sugar levels lowers cholesterol, boosts weight loss, and supports healthy blood pressure.
Intermittent fasting cuts down the frequency of meals, not the number of calories.
No matter what is on your plate, each time you eat, your body releases insulin. Intermittent fasting is one of the best tools to achieve healthy insulin levels. It lets your body burn fat for energy and helps you lose weight faster.
Are you ready to understand how to reach your health goals, lose weight and have plenty of energy? Get started now!