In this episode 4 we discuss why the rate at which you absorb sugar may affect obesity, diabetes and general metabolic health here is the 2 papers: Effects of small intestinal glucose on glycaemia, insulinaemia and incretin
What D the Numbers Mean on the Blood Ketone Test Results?
A new study describes how a nutrient-sensing pathway closely related to insulin controls the ability of the liver to metabolise fat and levels of triglycerides in the blood. One common feature of metabolic problems like insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes is impaired triglyceride production. This can lead to increased liver fat buildup and raise risks for non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) or worsen cardiovascular health.
The ketogenic diet is very effective at achieving 2 common aims of diabetes control: lowering blood glucose levels and reducing weight.
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