The Secret to Diabetes is Hidden in its Definition

Published January 11, 2021 343 Views

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If you have diabetes, you need to see this video!

0:00 The secret to diabetes is hidden in the definition
1:02 What controls insulin?
1:48 Compensatory hyperinsulinemia
5:02 Diabetes and high-carb diets
8:14 Key takeaways
8:31 Need keto consulting? Call this number!

In this video, we're going to talk about diabetes. The secret to diabetes is actually hidden in the definition.

If you have diabetes and you've done some research on it, you may be completely confused. If you looked up the definition of diabetes, you would see that it says that diabetes is hyperglycemia (high blood sugar). I'm going to clear this up in this video.

Why is diabetes so dangerous? Well, high blood sugar affects the blood vessels (both small and large) throughout your body. Diabetes most commonly causes issues in the retinas, kidneys, nervous system, and cardiovascular system.

High blood sugar is caused by a lack of insulin. What controls insulin? The pancreas controls your insulin.

Insulin goes through the blood and connects to certain receptors to lower your blood sugar.

What creates low insulin levels? It can either be a lower production of insulin or the lack of ability to receive insulin. The insulin receptors can become blocked or resistant to insulin.

The first compensatory hyperinsulinemia is when the cells begin to resist insulin, and the pancreas compensates by creating more insulin. This causes dysfunction beta cells in your pancreas, which lowers your insulin far too much. Then, your blood sugar levels become out of control.

The issue is consuming sugar and carbohydrates. To promote healthy blood sugar levels, you have to eliminate carbs and sugars in your diet.

In summary, carbohydrates and sugars are at the center of diabetes. Even whole grains, starchy vegetables, and "natural" sugars can cause adverse effects and contribute to diabetes.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped clear up the cause of diabetes. I'll see you in the next video.