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Excess fat promotes for increased insulin that, in turn, promotes for even more fat..

Insulin resistance is a common feature in patients who are obese or who have metabolic syndrome or type 2 diabetes. Insulin-resistant patients require higher than normal amounts of insulin to maintain normal blood glucose concentrations. The development of insulin resistance is complex, and many of its mechanisms are poorly understood. However, a common denominator in …

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Intermittent Fasting Strategy – 16/8 Strategy

Hoda Kotb explains how she’s doing intermittent fasting- 16/8 routine. What exactly is 16/8 intermittent fasting? Intermittent fasting (IF) itself is simply eating within a certain daily window of time and fasting outside of that window. There are several different types of intermittent fasting but the16/8 method is typically the most common. Those who partake …

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Using Anaerobic Exercise to Reduce Insulin Resistance by Reducing Visceral Fat

If you want to reduce visceral fat, don’t exercise at a constant pace. Interval training will benefit you whether you’re trying to get fit or lose weight, and whether you’re a weekend warrior or a high-performance professional athlete. Interval walking is one of the most convenient exercises. It doesn’t require any special equipment and can …

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Intermittent Fasting Approach

Hoda Kotb explains how she’s doing intermittent fasting Hoda Kotb explains to Kathie Lee Gifford that after realizing she gained some weight, she’s been intermittently fasting. Hoda says she’s down 2 pounds and that right now she feels “really energized

Visceral Fat and Diabetes – How to Lose Visceral Fat?

Subcutaneous fat that lurks beneath the skin as “love handles” or padding on the thighs, buttocks or upper arms may be cosmetically challenging, but it is otherwise harmless. However, the deeper belly fat — the visceral fat that accumulates around abdominal organs — is metabolically active and has been strongly linked to a host of …

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