Ketogenic Diet For Insulin Resistance

How Does the Ketogenic Diet Improve Insulin Resistance?

  • One hundred percent of carbohydrates will trigger insulin release. 
  • Cutting carbs to a ketogenic level of 25-50 grams a day will help lower insulin levels. 
  • Green leafy low-glycemic vegetables are healthy low calorie sources of carbohydrates. 

The safety and efficacy of a ketogenic diet is well established in helping to reduce cholesterol and heart disease risk and blood sugar and insulin fluctuations (1415) while a low fat diet may increase these health risks.

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