Does improved Insulin Efficiency help prevent disease?

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You bet it does! Insulin efficiency is fundamentally important to everyone and means using the very least amount of insulin possible to get the job done. We can all be more efficient. When you have a good level of insulin efficiency, you lower your risk for a wide range of health issues. When your insulin efficiency is not optimized, you can get what’s known as insulin resistance. Insulin resistance has been linked to:

  • Weight gain
  • Cancer
  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Stroke
  • Kidney disease
  • Dementia
  • Diminished quality of life

How can something as simple as poor insulin efficiency lead to such a wide range of conditions? It’s primarily a cascade effect. For example, one reason for weight gain in those with low insulin efficiency comes from a direct cause of too much insulin causing increased fat storage.

However, weight gain is also indirectly caused when high levels of insulin in the blood block hormonal signals to your brain telling you that you don’t need to eat anymore. When these signals are blocked your brain also mistakenly tells you that you need to conserve energy by doing less. As a result, you get hungry for food even when you’ve already eaten and feel fatigued.

By understanding how to best implement the specific fitness regimen and improvements to your nutrition and sleep, you can achieve better insulin efficiency. This will lead to improvements in every area of your health, which is why Olumia Life is designed specifically with insulin efficiency improvement in mind.

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