Did you know that insulin is your body’s primary way for transporting nutrients?
It is a powerful chemical that our bodies create naturally in response to eating carbs, fat and protein.
Insulin is produced in the pancreas and when functioning properly, can produce some very desirable benefits, such as:
-Healthy metabolism to keep up with your kids
-Consistent energy and sleep patterns
-Increased testosterone and libido levels
-More fat-burning potential
When the insulin is NOT functioning properly, however, it can have an alarming impact on your body’s ability to do all of the above.
If you’ve been trying to get rid of the fat that “sticks” to your midsection, arms or thighs no matter what you do, it could be a sign of insulin resistance.
ENTER==>> The deadly cycle of insulin resistance
Let me explain…
The hormone insulin helps control the amount of sugar (glucose) in the blood.
With insulin resistance, the body's cells don't respond normally to insulin.
Glucose can't enter the cells as easily, so it builds up in the blood.
With no-where to place the excess in sugar, your body stores it as fat.
This is the early stage of type II diabetes.
You see, over-production of insulin is something that happens over the course of time.
Months and sometimes, years of unrealized insulin-resistance.
So what are some early indicators of insulin resistance?
-Increased fatty storage around the midsection, thighs and arms
-Loss of appetite
-Inconsistent sleep patterns
-Low energy levels
The Good news is that Insulin resistance can be reversed naturally by taking a few, specific steps.
The Bad News….
Insulin resistance is only one part of the fat storage cycle.
Cortisol is the stress hormone and is triggered as a direct result from stress caused by insulin resistance and can be the very reason that your fat seems to be sticking to you…
Check out this new, breakthrough strategy on the next page to learn about (and fix) the fat storage cycle.
To Your Health and Fitness,
PS. Tomorrow, I am going to share a weird trick you can take to naturally reverse high cortisol, so stay tuned.