Intermittent fasting

James LiddellArticles, Diabetes, Fasting, Food Management, Lifestyle and Natural Medicine, Obesity & Weight LossLeave a Comment

Are you struggling with excess weight and showing signs of insulin and leptin resistance and/or is your fasting blood sugar above 5.5 often? If you answer yes to these questions, you should reconsider what you eat and when you eat as well. Research reveals that a vast majority of Americans eat all day long. Most consume the majority of their … Read More

Resistant carbs can assist you in losing weight

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Resistant starch functions kind of like soluble fibre. It can improve insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar levels, reduced appetite and has various benefits for digestion. Four Different types of resistant starch Type 1: grains, seeds and legumes as it resists digestion because it is bound within the fibrous cell walls. Type 2: raw potatoes and green (unripe) bananas. Type 3: … Read More

How leaky gut affects your body

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What is a leaky GUT? Leaky gut develops due to gaps between the cells (enterocytes) that make up the membrane lining of your intestinal wall. The tiny gaps allow substances such as undigested food, bacteria and metabolic waste that should be confined to your digestive tract, to escape into your bloodstream. Once the integrity of your intestinal lining is compromised, … Read More

Dietary and lifestyle changes to lower flatulence

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When you have lot of flatulence, look for other abnormal symptoms like:- Fatigue Skin rashes, acne or hives Signs of allergies, like rashes Constipation or diarrhoea Blood in your urine or stool Pain around your lymph nodes, including in your groin, throat or armpits Changes in your body temperature, weight, sleep and menstrual cycle The Worst Foods for Flatulence Beans … Read More

The Truth About Fats & Oils

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  Better with butter and crazy about coconuts One cannot say that saturated fats are bad and that unsaturated fats are good. It is a question of balance. When chemicals derived from the one group are classified as pro-inflammatory and exceed their limits we set off inflammation. As a result, we need more of the anti-inflammatory chemicals (DHA & EPA) … Read More