Episode #58 – Are You Insulin Resistant? -The Fix Blood Sugar Webinar.
Episode #58: Are You Insulin Resistant? -The Fix Blood Sugar Webinar with Dr. Scott Saunders M.D. and Joe Barton.[4:00] There are at least 3 diagnosis that are Diabetes.
1.Pituitary gland problem or Diabetes Insipidus, has bland urine.
2.When the pancreas is the problem, it’s Diabetes Mellitus, or Sugar Diabetes. The urine is sweet.
(5:40) Type 2, Diabetes Mellitus is the Diabetes where we make too much. The cells are full of sugar and get toxic. Now called Type 2 Diabetes.
[6:45]Type 1, you don’t make any insulin. You have to inject insulin
[7:30] How do you know the difference when you test? If you know the insulin levels then..
-High insulin levels and high blood sugar = you know you have type 2
-Low insulin levels (or zero) and high blood sugar= you know you have type 1.
[9:15] If you want to avoid kidney failure & heart disease, alzheimer’s disease, neuropathy, amputations of your feet, you need to know if you have high insulin.
[10:35]. Hemoglobin A1C is 5.2, blood sugar is normal, and insulin is high, it’s Type 2 Diabetes.It’s insulin resistance.
[11:24] Low insulin, low HA1C & Sugar normal range is 70-90 in the US, or 4-5 if you’re outside of the U.S. These numbers mean you don’t have an issue.
[12:05] Insulin causes the side-effects or the problems or complications of diabetes. It’s not the sugar! if you have insulin resistance, that’s what blocks your nerves rom getting enough energy/sugar.
[13:15] Ideal fasting insulin should be between 3-6
[13:25] Do I have Diabetes? Many that have insulin resistance that have normal blood sugar would do well on the Diabetes Solution Kit. It can be found at www.bartonwebinar.com . With Type 2, it’s not a line, it’s a continuum.
[17:20] optimal HA1C is right around 5, when your average blood sugar is under 100.
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