Does insulin resistance increase the risk of disease?

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Absolutely. When you have insulin resistance, your body is not functioning properly. Insulin resistance refers to when it takes higher levels of insulin than it should to transfer energy (glucose) into the cells of your body. It’s important to note that insulin resistance is not diabetes, though it can lead to it. We all, however, can benefit from lower insulin levels.

A domino effect of problems can result from insulin resistance, starting with weight gain and a lack of energy and ending with severe health problems.

The medical evidence linking insulin resistance and an increased risk of disease is overwhelming. It’s a fact. Insulin resistance can lead to:

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

If you want to avoid an increased risk for these health problems, you need to become insulin efficient not resistant. Insulin efficiency means using the least amount of insulin possible to get the job done.

It takes more than a magic pill to gain insulin efficiency. Your health isn’t a pie in the sky; it’s a simple set of specific directions for your diet, workouts and even rest.

Taking advantage of the easy, comprehensive tools of Olumia Life will help you improve your disease resistance while improving your insulin efficiency.

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