Blood sugars are controlled by the hormone insulin. Insulin responds to the food we eat. More starches and sugar causes a big insulin release. However, over time the body can loose its sensitivity to insulin and start becoming insulin resistant. This is the first stage of the development of type 2 diabetes. Intermittent fasting is one of the tools I use to help improve insulin sensitivity in diabetics who have a hard time controlling their blood sugar. It is a great strategy to reduce insulin exposure and improve insulin sensitivity.
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