Does Insulin Make Me Fat?

Posted by: Beena Q (November 30, 2011)

Weight gain is a common side effect for people who take insulin — a hormone that regulates the absorption of sugar (glucose) by cells. However, controlling your weight is not only possible but also an important part of your overall diabetes management plan.

Dr. Kota J. Reddy, Cardiologist and author of his best selling book, Eat This Lose That!  has helped over hundreds of people lose weight permanently, help reverse diabetes and has helped many patients stop taking medication, for good!  Dr, Reddy says, “When you frequently eat foods that increase the release of insulin, especially foods high in sugar and starch, more fats are being stored and you gain weight constantly until you become obese.”

When I get diabetes, am I doomed? NO!

Can it be stopped and to some extent reverse the complications? YES!

How? Diet and Exercise improves the cell wall, increases insulin sensitivity and induces weight loss.

The body is a survivor. If you cut or break a bone, it will heal. You just have to give your body time to heal.

If you stop eating sugar, starch, saturated fat, salt and caffeine now, you’re giving your body time to prevent and reverse diabetes and heart disease.

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