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Haidut On Insulin Sensitivity / Insulin Resistance

Discussion in 'haidut' started by Elchapchapchapo, Feb 27, 2017.

  1. Elchapchapchapo

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    Insulin resistance is caused by elevated fatty acids (FFA)
     
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    Free fatty acids (FFA) as the cause of insulin resistance
    Free fatty acids (FFA) as the cause of insulin resistance

     
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    Losing excess body fat is the main factor in reversing insulin resistance. The FFA's come from one's own fat tissue.
     
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    People who are obese and have insulin sensitivity have a problem with oxidating glucose, due to damage in the Krebs cycle. The damage itself is done by polyunsaturated fats (omega-6 and omega-3) damaging the mitochondria. Their cells only perform glycolysis, which is what cancer cells do as well. In order to recover a diabetic person back to health, you need something that kickstarts the full Krebs Cycle all over again and limits glycolysis. Niacinamide / Nicotinamide (a type of vitamin B3) is one such substance (aspirin is another). It helps the mitochondria recover. There have been cases where Type I diabetes has been reversed by niacinamide. I can't find the exact study, but here are some pointers.

    Effect of nicotinamide on newly diagnosed type 1 diabetic children. - PubMed - NCBI

    A randomized trial of nicotinamide and vitamin E in children with recent onset type 1 diabetes (IMDIAB IX). - PubMed - NCBI

    -From Haidut on Reddit: What does cancer eat? Sugar, mostly. • r/science
     
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    Pregnenolone For Obesity And Insulin Resistance
    Pregnenolone For Obesity And Insulin Resistance

     
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    What would you suggest as primary mechanisms for doing this? Referring to excess body fat.
     
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    My insulin is at 17. Is the something to be concerned about?
     
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    but how does one lose fat or improve insulin sensitivity on a peat diet because we're constantly told to block lipolysis with niacinamide, aspirin etc.
    it only works if you have zero fat to start with which most of us dont
     
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    *try very low fat diet (if you think you should follow "Peat Diet")

    I personally would prefer to 1) restrict calories 2) eat twice a day 3) eat once a day 4) fast

    Trying to burn sugar from wake up to sleep in unnatural for me.
     
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    That is ridiculously high. What's your BMI?
     
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    Sprint 20meters 5-7 times, full speed. 3 minutes rest.

    Trains the CP-ATP without any or minimal lactate/glycogen sacrificing. It's drastically increases metabolism, androgen, insulin sensitivity, leptin sensitivity, lowers cortisol
     
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    I'm loving the sound of this. Reminds me of my old days of trying to get "shredded".
     
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    Yupp. Most people will get all the benefits they want by just loosing excess fat
     
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    Some what of a thread necro.

    But what about the fact that plenty of "skinny" people have Type 2 DB as well?

    I think it all comes back to Dr. Peat being right again about PUFA. You can have a lot of PUFA damage going on even if you're skinny. And be eating too low carb etc.

    You have to lose weight the correct way (High carb, low PUFA). If one does that, THEN, I can see this point being correct.

    Everything needs to be held in context. Weight loss alone doesn't fix a metabolism.
     
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    I have been getting very sleepy after meals and a high heart rate. I wonder if it's because I have been taking lots of b-vitamins, which reduce fat oxidation, but because my cells are not processing glucose well either, the sugar just remains in the bloodstream, causing all kinds of bad symptoms. is this a reasonable theory?
     
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