Elevated Insulin, NOT Cholesterol Is the Single Greatest Marker of CVD Risk

Elevated levels of fasting insulin is the single greatest marker to assess a person’s cardiovascular and diabetic risk factors. This has been consistently demonstrated in the medical literature going back more than 20 years. Elevated levels of insulin are found among those with heart disease, congestive heart failure, insulin resistance, diabetes, high blood pressure, and

What Your Excessive Appetite is Telling You: Getting Off the Blood Sugar Roller Coaster

If you get hungry every 2-3 hours after eating a meal, you are not nourishing yourself properly. Frequent hunger and increased appetite is strongly indicative of de-regulated blood sugar  (glucose) levels. Stabilizing your glucose levels is one of the fundamentally most important things you need to do to secure stable metabolism, efficient energy production and