- Jul 20, 2016
Yeah, I guess it still holds in principle but the studies said something along the lines "FFA damage the ability to synthesize glycogen so sugar floats around, and not so much inability of cells to burn glucose". It's the organism's inability to store extra glucose in the liver. Pointing us once again back to the liver as central in insulin resistance and diabetes type II.
Insulin resistance is caused by elevated fatty acids (FFA)