Episode #56 – Insulin Resistance, Ketosis and Chronic Disease with Dr Ben Bikman

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, Episode #56 – Insulin Resistance, Ketosis and Chronic Disease with Dr Ben Bikman

, Episode #56 – Insulin Resistance, Ketosis and Chronic Disease with Dr Ben BikmanIn This Episode:

  • Are you overlooking this HUGE threat to your health? 
  • Why the heck should you care about insulin resistance? One VERY good reason.
  • Are we digging our own graves with our daily habits?
  • How much water is too much? Meet the culprit and the cure. 
  • The must-know key to longevity – for you and your pet.
  • Fasting can skyrocket your keto game into a whole new level.
  • When should you eat your largest meal of the day? (It’s not what Mom says.) 
  • Name four pillars of an insulin friendly diet. We’ll check your answers!

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If you’re wondering whether diabetes and insulin resistance are actually the same, you’re in for a huge surprise!  Dr. Bikman reveals the difference between the two and breaks down the chronic diseases insulin resistance may cause to the body. Get your lifestyle in check and jumpstart on the journey to a healthier you by minding what you eat and when you eat them. A bonus treat is waiting for you – a preview of the 4 pillars of an insulin friendly diet and where you can get them, so hurry!

“Insulin resistance, the most common health disorder, is a result of our lifestyle. The way we eat or live will either hurt us or help us.”

-Dr. Ben Bikman

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