Reverse Insulin Resistance

Resensitizing Insulin: Being Less Resistant to your Own Insulin

Dr Lieberman
Insulin resistance is not genetic. Insulin resistance is not permanent. Resensitizing insulin, or reversing insulin resistance takes effort, but is it doable, and it may only take 3 days to do it.
Forget breakfast as currently you know it. Most people eat dessert for breakfast. Forget sweetened coffee. Forget any diet soft drink at all, forget consuming any artificial sweetener, and forget anything that contains the excitotoxin called MSG (a "flavor enhancer").
Once your doctors want you to treat your insulin resistance with insulin injections, they have gone into short term crisis care. Insulin treatment for type II diabetes (T2D) shows they don't know what else they can do to get your blood sugar down. The problem is your insulin is also too high, but they are giving you more insulin on top of that in an attempt to bring your blood glucose down. Does this make sense to you so far? Of course not! This is crisis care. It is meant for an emergency.

How to guarantee insulin resistance for the rest of your life

Your blood glucose is high because you are resistant to insulin from extended times where your insulin was too high. Treatment with more insulin (except for an emergency) is an insane long-term treatment plan; where insulin treatments are given over the course of many weeks, months, or years. Insulin injections for T2D (Type II Diabetes) treatment is a guarantee that you will remain insulin resistant for the rest of your life.
If your T2D is that bad, you have to bring down your insulin levels by water fasting until your blood sugar levels normalize, and then continuing on a modified fast for 3 days. Insulin resistance will never resolve by treating it with more insulin. You need to reverse insulin resistance.
Just like it takes 3 days to get over sugar cravings, it also takes 3 days to make a dent in your insulin resistance. You just have to make the commitment for 3 days.
You will only drink a mixture of water, lemon, apple cider vinegar and a tiny amount of maple syrup on an hourly basis. Just a sip every hour. You can drink plain water in between your sips of your cocktail, but your only food during the fast is your lemon/ACV/maple syrup drink every hour. Just a few sips should be enough.
Of course you would be monitoring your blood glucose during this modified, 3 day fast. If it is still riding too high, cut the maple syrup by half or sip less of your cocktail and drink more plain water. If you see you blood sugar dipping too low, you need more, maybe even twice as much as you were sipping, but don't add more maple syrup. Monitoring your blood glucose is necessary during your fast.
You probably want to just mix everything in a large container, like a liter or a liter and a half. Put the juice of a half lemon in purified water or spring water, add about 1-2 Tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and about a half teaspoon of pure maple syrup, not artificial maple syrup. Carry it wherever you go. Every hour you will take a sip or a few sips. Monitor, monitor, monitor.
You might get a really tired feeling, that's OK, just get the rest you need. You might feel an extreme desire to eat something sweet. That's the sugar cravings that were created by eating sugar in the first place. Stay on course.

Reversing Type II Diabetes Helps with Metabolic Syndrome

High blood pressure, high abdominal fat and overweightcholesterol issues and insulin resistance are the hallmarks of metabolic syndrome. These are also related to stroke, heart attack, COPD and congestive heart failure, muscle loss (sarcopenia) as you get older, autoimmune diseases, depression, bipolar, and the list keeps going.
Good luck if you think you can manage this all on your own. Of course, it would be easier and faster if you would let me find the many possible things that your body needs to be stronger/better/healthier. Compared to when you try to do it all by yourself, we have a much better chance of improvement when we do this together.
In support of your health,
Barry J. Lieberman, D.C., A.C.N.
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 - 310-282-8882
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